Posts Tagged ‘steel bars’

Longxiaobao restaurant in Sun Moon Light Center by Lukstudio, Shanghai – China

November 20th, 2017

The new restaurant in the Sun Moon Light Center reflects its other Shanghai location with an abstract interpretation of a noodle rack: a dynamic grid of steel bars that defines its ethereal presence.

Starch boutique by Burau, Beirut – Lebanon

May 29th, 2017

Comprising of a simple construction of five steel bars, x-shaped at either end and connected horizontally, this specific object has been abundantly duplicated to construct an installation, entitled unbounded, that fully transposes its original purpose. No less than 91 steel modules have been pre-assembled and allow endless configurations.

Insanis store by ANGATU, São Paulo – Brazil

September 5th, 2016

The steel bars used to make clothes rack, caps exhibitors were used in raw form, revealing the essence of the material, striking urban character.

Kanban Table by Andrea Ponti

January 18th, 2016



Andrea Ponti’s concrete Kanban table is based on Hong Kong’s architecture

Mit Mat Mama Store by Román Izquierdo Bouldstridge, Barcelona – Spain

January 14th, 2016



Clothes hang from wooden ladders in Mit Mat Mama store by Román Izquierdo Bouldstridge

Asa Store by 3Gatti, Shanghai – China

November 4th, 2015



3Gatti founder taps into his subconscious to design Shanghai’s Asa store

Vibra Chair by Raiko Valladares & Jose A Villa

August 18th, 2015



Havana duo aims to revitalise Cuban design with elasticated Vibra chairs

The Fabulous Frozen Factory by Jakob Gomez, San Pedro Garza Garcia – Mexico

September 26th, 2013

The Fabulous Frozen Factory, located in San Pedro Garza Garcia, Mexico is a new concept in the city that creates ice cream in cryogenic ways. The interior concept was based in a big ice cream machine inside a warehouse where the costumer can be part of the spectacle of the preparation experience.

Imli Street restaurant by B3 Designers, London

June 21st, 2013

The use of materials in their natural, distressed state like the blackened steel bars, rustic oak timber table tops and the exposed cabling and industrial light fittings all show age and rawness of the style, evoking openness; what one would expect from a street scene, eating Indian street food.