Posts Tagged ‘steel’

Shadows in the Windows by Ponti Design Studio

March 18th, 2017

The seat projects its contour and its shadows over the window, and it represents what is behind the window. Eight seats, eight shadows in eight windows. The eight seats share the same design concept: a square window frame, the contour of a chair, clean lines, steel and ABS.

The Proscenium by INRE Studio, Ho Chi Minh – Vietnam

March 14th, 2017

The Proscenium is a small dessert restaurant located in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City. The project is the renovation of the ground floor of a former residential building that was built as part of a large block redevelopment completed in the 1990’s.

TRAYER Stools by SSTEEL

March 5th, 2017

TRAYER Stools are designed with respect to the 3 keywords of simplicity, smart and stylish. With the straight line of steel body structure and in contrast with the curves of seating and backrest, and stainless steel footrest, you will see that simplicity always works.

Studio Four23 office, London – UK

March 5th, 2017

he Clerkenwell-based communication studio refurbished a former metal workshop to meet their office’s requirements, while remaining sympathetic to the original qualities of the building. It was important that the space was flexible, providing facilities for each member of the team as well as catering for the various events that take place there.

B-No7 store by CuldeSac, Moscow – Russia

February 25th, 2017

Materials such as steel, brass, velvet or natural stones such as onyx are present in a space that has been configured through different stagings. In addition, through the itinerary, it is possible to find elements such as cordoned areas, that –in the same way that happens in large museums- emulate the presence of important art treasures.

Silvering collection by Verreum

February 6th, 2017

Silvering is the chemical process of coating glass with a reflective substance. Prague based brand Verreum aims to re-invent this technique from scratch through new technologies and various experimental approaches.

Rail chairs by Alpestudio

January 15th, 2017

The Rail chair can be painted or chromed, the multicolor version of Rail is nice and versatile and can be used in different environments, both indoor and outdoor. The steel version is very elegant and can have both single or double upholstered seat.

Public Library of Constitucion by Sebastian Irarrazaval, Constitucion – Chile

December 5th, 2016

Thin wooden planks create a louvered system that covers the sky lit pitched roofs, filtering and controlling direct light so as not to disturb the readers inside. Custom made furniture serves multi-purpose functions, offering various seating arrangements, tables, and shelving in one fixture.

Springfield Butchers store by Xtra Shiny, Adelaide – Australia

October 5th, 2016

Featuring quarry face sandstone, reclaimed spotted gum, vintage Polish industrial lighting and black leather — the aesthetic is a tip of the hat to the agricultural heart of the industry.

POP-UP Table Lamp by SSTEEL

September 29th, 2016

The concept and name POP-UP inspired by the art of three dimensional paper craft known well all over the world mixed up with the very simply normal form and shape of traditional night table lamp that we all get used to.

Rude Health Café by NOW, London – UK

September 21st, 2016

The calm interior space is fashioned from grey washed oak timbers, concrete render and calacatta marble with intense highlights of bright blue coated steel furniture.

Foil kinetic installation by Layer, London – UK

September 20th, 2016

Tiny triangles of stainless steel cover the structure, which was created with support from Braun and takes inspiration from the German manufacturer’s electric razors.

Avast office by VRTIŠKA • ŽÁK, Prague – Czech Republic

September 8th, 2016

These are semi-open offices, which are on each floor decorated in different materials such as wood, steel, cement board (CETRIS), expanded, or cork.

Museum for International Center of Photography by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Manhattan – New York

August 30th, 2016

The International Center of Photography (ICP) is a leading institution dedicated to photography and visual culture. It formerly was housed in a two-storey space in Midtown Manhattan. Its new home is located at the base of a residential building in the Lower East Side – a formerly rundown district that has gentrified in recent decades.

BMW museum by Crossboundaries, Beijing – China

August 29th, 2016

These banners can be lowered to double as projection screens. Pieces of red fabric have also been suspended from the ceiling and arranged to look like typical Chinese architectural gates. These welcome visitors into the main exhibition space.

Woods Bagot studio, Melbourne – Australia

August 29th, 2016

This resulted in a large area of tiered timber seating being installed in the middle of the floor plan. Running alongside the stairs, the amphitheatre-like area provides an informal assembly space.

PERSONAL POINT Store by A3 Vision, Shengyang – China

August 24th, 2016

The thin-lines framed house, iron handing rods and large partitions of show window, and the whole wall boards of locker room, constitute the balance and conflict between dots, lines and faces through different volumetric relationships.

Golden Harvest Citywalk cinema by ARTTA Concept Studio, Hong Kong

August 10th, 2016

ARTTA Concept Studio have used the public corridor that runs through the centre and combined it with the surrounding public space with a sculptured ceiling, by using an organic form and a dynamic design to create a pattern that flows throughout to unify the same space and creating a smooth orientation for the customers.

Hoogan et Beaufort restaurant by APPAREIL architecture, Montreal – Canada

July 31st, 2016

Raw materials such as steel, wood and concrete, were selected to complement with the spirit of the place. The style is simple, but warm, and signed by Kim Pariseau, Founding Architect of APPAREIL architecture.

Folding Tea light holder by Pilsoo Han for Soft paper studio

July 13th, 2016

The ‘Folding Tea light holder’ by korean designer Pilsoo Han, is made from a thin layer of flexible steel. The DIY template allows one to simply fold and construct the simple silhouette into a functional product through the use of small protruding tabs.