Posts Tagged ‘stone’

Dongpo Kitchen by CallisonRTKL, Los Angeles – California

March 7th, 2017

An eclectic mix of furniture further contributes to a relaxed ambience, and abstract Chinese paintings behind the bar as well as a fixture comprised of large paintbrushes dangling from the ceiling serve as unique references to Dongpo’s life and work.

7132 Hotel guest rooms by Morphosis, Vals – Switzerland

February 20th, 2017

The designs were heavily influenced by the surrounding terrain. In the stone-themed rooms, the grey walls and floors are wrapped in local stone, which varies in colour, cut and texture. Oak panels in the wood-themed rooms were made of trees harvested from the nearby Graubünden forests.

Visionary Clubhouse by PAL Design, Hong Kong

February 12th, 2017

A central theme of the design here is specifically about creating a natural and harmonious environment. Tailored timber and natural stone in their various shapes and hues echo the overall calm but warm atmosphere, in a zen-like but contemporary setting.

“W8” side tables by Alain Gilles for Ligne Roset

February 4th, 2017

Envisioned to go by a sofa as a side table, or by a bed as a bedside table, W8 — pronounced “weight” — calls on the idea of firmness, reassuring it through its stone base. Its highly-graphic appearance showcases a contrast between lightness and heaviness: the delicate cage-like structure supports the base while the heavy pietra serena stone equilibrates the overall piece.

Storri Luxury Vinyl collection by Parterre

January 22nd, 2017

A gathering of design inspiration from stories untold, the patterns within Storri embrace cultural values from diverse environments. Both original designs, the two new introductory designs, combined, offer 11 color options. Balancing out the collection with a wood and stone look, designs Kennett and Madal draw from the cultural experiences and the stories that go unheard.

FEMI Stories branding by Lange & Lange

January 20th, 2017

Femi Pleasure will now be called Femi Stories and feature a new logo that speaks to the message behind the brand.

School Jean-Monnet by Dietrich | Untertrifaller Architects and CDA Architectes, Broons – France

January 6th, 2017

16 classrooms and 9 theme specific rooms as well as an entertaining area for after school activities provide spaces for 600 students. The building itself is constructed with concrete and wood elements. The facade of the main floor is covered with the famous local stone, the two upper floors impress with a wood facade.

Dropbox office by Gensler, Sydney – Australia

January 4th, 2017

A number of integrated graphic elements add character to the design, including an inlaid metal ‘welcome mat’ sign embedded in the stone floor of the front entry which is unique to this Dropbox address. Elsewhere, images of Bondi Beach taken by local photographer Aquabumps, form large murals on walls and on the ping pong table, adding a distinctive Sydney flavour.

Novoceram Grands Millésimes booth at Cersaie 2016, Bologna – Italy

November 28th, 2016

Novoceram Grands Millésimes booth at Cersaie 2016, Bologna – Italy

Passiontree Velvet cafe / dessert bar by StudioMKZ, Sydney – Australia

November 10th, 2016

Diffused halo lighting around the aqua green geometric art deco style motifs was created to provide a heavenly-like ambience to the space. In stark contrast, polished brass seating accentuated the outer boundary.

Apple Regent Street store by Foster + Partners, London – UK

October 24th, 2016

The walls and staircases are made from sandblasted stone, while the balustrade – seemingly carved in to the wall – has a smooth, curved, and honed finish that is pleasant to touch.

O Mercado restaurant – food court by GAC3000, Lisbon – Portugal

October 23rd, 2016

In the center of the space it has been at a kiosk for fresh produce such as salads, juices or fruit. The palette of materials used for the study includes natural stones for flooring, marble, oak wood, bricks and hydraulic tiles that help to create the informal atmosphere of urban markets.

Le Jian Specialist Clinic by United Design Practice, Bejing – China

October 8th, 2016

The tone and manner of the space is expressed using a more neutral, sublter palette so as to create a relaxing space that is comfortable and meditative. The use of stone as a consistent element through the space is enriched by the diagonal cuts and the differential surface treatments.

Syunkato Soba restaurant by DESIGN & CREATIVE ASSOCIATES, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

September 15th, 2016

For the interior decoration, high quality materials were used unprocessed as much as possible to maximize the expression of the textures, strength and crudeness of the materials in the finishes.

Rising Balance candleholder by Laura Bin

July 29th, 2016

The Rising Balance candleholder inspires the dynamic between two great elements: earth and fire. While your tea light burns and becomes lighter, the circular stone follows the movement downwards. While in transition, the two elements remain in constant equilibrium.

Soho China office & showroom by Aim Architecture, Shanghai – China

July 12th, 2016

The lounge features soft furnishings in slate grey, mustard yellow and rust orange, sat upon custom-designed carpets with a geometric print. A strip of blonde wood meeting tables separates the lounge area’s sofas from an exhibition space along the opposite wall.

Hakuunsou hotel by Makoto Yamaguchi Design, Yugawara – Japan

June 29th, 2016

Minimal down lighting illuminates just the restaurant tables, but keeps the focus of the space on the gorgeous Kumiko panel, and the views to the forest and river outside.

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.

Marmo_2.0 exhibition by Raffaello Galiotto, Milan – Italy

May 13th, 2016

The cutting edge use of technology – which can be considered a kind of digital scalpel – opens up new doors and marks a turning point compared to thousands of years of marble working tradition.

TIPICS Restaurant & Coffe Shop by estudi{H}ac, Xativa – Spain

May 13th, 2016

The dining restaurant and privé area is part of a space with a subtle decoration woodwork and painting on the walls, combined with the special selection of furniture that blend natural wood oak tables and chairs with black color in different parts of other décor.