Posts Tagged ‘spatial design’

Space Suite for the Kameha Grand Zurich Hotel by Michael Najjar, Zurich – Switzerland

March 2nd, 2016

Interstellar images captured by the Hubble Space Telescope appear on both ceiling and carpeted floors, while a bed – or ‘sleeping module’ – hovers weightlessly in the corner, seemingly unaffected by the pull of gravity.

Diaoye Niunan Restaurant by Golucci International Design, Beijing – China

December 24th, 2015



Guests at this restaurant sit on floating platforms among fog covered walkways.

The Noodle Rack by Lukstudio, Changsha – China

October 6th, 2015

As one proceeds towards the halo surrounding the grid structure, the interior layers start revealing themselves. Firstly, the original wall is stripped down to its structural blocks to resonate with the rustic metal grid.

Walter Knoll stand at Orgatec 2014 by Ippolito Fleitz Group, Cologne – Germany

February 14th, 2015

An exhibition stand about changing work environments.

Fiet interactive light sculpture by toer

April 30th, 2013

Fiet is an interactive sculpture that visualizes the emotional impact of movement. The object is built out of hundreds of cones which emphasize the motion of the surface.

Olivetti Showroom by Carlo Scarpa, Venice

April 16th, 2013

Featured prominently in the space is Scarpa’s strong marble staircase toward the back of the showroom. Individual stone slabs are supported by brass rods and form the stair leading up to the second level and balconies. The stairs appear to float weightlessly, and allow views through the room.

LEGO PMD office by Rosan Bosch Studio, Billund – Denmark

October 22nd, 2012

Wall papers with giant blades of grass, tables with built-in bonsai gardens and a slide connecting two floors. LEGO’s development department has a new working environment with an emphasis on fun, playfulness and creativity, where the physical design lets grown-ups enter a child’s fantasy world.

Chris Chase hair saloon by Established, New York

September 8th, 2012

Art nouveau references were combined with starkly modern materials and spatial design to bring the glamour of another era into a new concept.

Duvetica shop by Tadao Ando Architect & Associates, Milan

May 11th, 2012

This is a project to create a flag shop for the down-jacket brand Duvetica and a showroom for franchise brands within the ground and basement levels of an old building situated within the Montenapole one fashion district of the historic city of Milan.

Giallo shoe store by Luigi Rosselli Architects, Melbourne

December 2nd, 2011

One of six stores we designed for this brand, this is the result of a Brand Spatial Design we developed for Giallo shoe retailer (Giallo means yellow). The design had to appeal to a younger working market and had to convey the dynamism and “wings at your feet” that the brand would offer.