Posts Tagged ‘stone slabs’

The Culinary Village by Lukstudio, Zhejiang – China

September 6th, 2017

The main display area is organized as a series of white huts, each presenting an ideal kitchen: minimalistic white, total black, rustic country and modern American. Lukstudio has placed these volumes carefully, carving out strategic openings to create a visual dialogue with one’s movement.

Milu Hotel by studioDO, Florence – Italy

October 20th, 2016

No details were left unconsidered at the Milu Hotel. Bold, colorful Missoni pillows complement white linens on the beds. Gubi seats give you a place to rest for a moment. Venetian gold, Murano glass, and Italian black marble pay homage to that luxe, classical Italian design.

Yingliang Stone Archive by Atelier Alter, Beijing – China

June 17th, 2016

We combine steel and stone construction in perforation, suspension and inclination to represent the authenticity of stone in a new way. Stone becomes the subject but also the background of the show.

Jing Restaurant by Antonio Eraso, Singapore

June 9th, 2015

Jing is a contemporary Chinese restaurant located in One Fullerton building at the gate of downtown Singapore, surrounded by iconic Singaporean landmarks: The Merlion, Esplanade Theaters, Singapore Flyer and the soon-to-open Sands Integrated Resort set on Marina Bay’s backdrop (home of the F1 Singapore GP street race circuit); an impressive location to enjoy the ever-changing scenery of this city.

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.

Ole grocery store by rkd retail/iQ, Shen Zhen

December 15th, 2011

With a simple and sophisticated collection of color and materials to support the upscale positioning of the brand, this grocer is so clean and visually appealing that it feels more like a high-end department store. Exposed ceilings covered with plastic laminates are punctuated with light features on internally illuminated acrylic.