Posts Tagged ‘storage’

Tconsolle console by Gloria Colleoni for Formabilio

November 23rd, 2014

Tconsolle is a console entirely made of wood that can contain, hide or show. The colorful touch allows this piece of furniture to match different interior decors. Tconsolle renovates with style the idea of storage furniture.

Lino modular storage unit by Stefano Visconti for Formabilio

November 17th, 2014

Lino is the first modular storage unit that complement your existing home furnishings and hide your mess with style! Fully customizable with its basic elements of MDF, roomy and colorful, Lino has a clean design that makes it perfectly fitting in every room of the house.

Inshopnia Coffee & Retail by NAN Architects, Vigo – Spain

October 29th, 2014

The main element of this project is a central structure that evokes a traditional house, looking for this element effect surprise, while we serve to differentiate the uses of a subtle and smoothly.

Mag Rack Table Series by ZONE ARCHITKTEN

October 28th, 2014

The Mag Rack Tables allow easy and quick storage of magazines. They are made of high quality materials selected for durability. The slots in the table allow one to simply slide the magazines straight into their proper storage place.

Hand-Eye Supply store by Laurence Sarrazin, New York City

October 27th, 2014

The new space features interesting skylighting, airy modular storage and custom sculpture, while allowing the building’s unique structural elements to peek through.

Imeüble by Bjørn Jørund Blikstad

October 25th, 2014

Imeuble’s design plays on the idea of a link between the storage inside and outside our heads. An idea that our memory functions are spatial, like when you’re reading a book, spatial images occur of scenes and characters.

Barbarian Group office by Clive Wilkinson Architects, New York City

October 1st, 2014

The plywood structure rises from the existing oak floor as pony walls supporting the table. Because the movement routes bisect the space, we lifted the table to fly over pathways and maintain surface continuity.

Ambrose collection by Heal’s

September 14th, 2014

The Ambrose collection is a range of intelligently designed furniture and essential products for all areas of the home, especially where space is at a premium.

Blind’s office by Shubin + Donaldson Architects, Santa Monica – California

July 26th, 2014

The entry sequence is initiated by the insertion of a warm Ipe wood-lined portico leading to a darkly rendered upper level lobby where lace patterned panels and molding coincide in juxtaposition to polished concrete and blackened steel plate.

Racchetta storage frame by Ivana Mannavola for Formabilio

July 22nd, 2014

Storage compartment to hang to the wall, Five hexagonal frames that, thanks to the elastic intersection, can hold umbrellas, magazines, coats and anything can get stuck into it, decorating that’s obvious!

Padarie Café by CRIO Arquiteturas, Porto Alegre – Brazil

July 21st, 2014

A special mask was applied to the existing facade to provide privacy to the storage room and the office without blocking the sunlight. This solution was accomplished with a set of colored metal brises shaped like the wheat spike, the main ingredient of the bread.

CLINIC DESIGN! Flourish Paediatrics by Molecule, Melbourne – Australia

May 28th, 2014

The insertion of a thickened, cabinetry wall into the existing tenancy creates the consultation room as a contained space within the larger volume. The wall incorporates storage and habitable niches; by blurring the line between carpentry and cabinetry, the project carefully integrates fitout, furniture and furnishing elements to create a unified whole.

Emergency plastic crates shelter by LAU architecture students

May 9th, 2014

Studio instructor Richard Douzjian requested for the temporary structures to be developed from common, everyday objects that are easily accessible to people all-over the world, as many refugees are forced to incorporate such materials into creating their own living environments.

Burrioptik by nimmrichter architects, Zurich – Switzerland

April 6th, 2014

As a contrast the bright room is furnished with a few cubes in dark wood. It is the advisory elements, sometimes conceived as a poser table or cashier, sometimes supple-mented by easy chairs made of black molded plywood.

Vopak NL office by Fokkema & Partners, Rotterdam – Netherlands

April 2nd, 2014

The shapes of the reception desk, the coffee points and the main meeting room are references to the large storage tanks in the harbours. Graphics express the identity of the company even more.

ACNE store, London

July 25th, 2013

While the austerity of the design is reinforced by the neon light fixtures, installed in rows overhead, the fluffy pink carpet flooring simultaneously provides a softer, welcoming edge. The store is furnished by only a few items. Sleek metal clothing racks are attached to the wall and most of the storage is cleverly hidden behind sliding doors. The minimalist setting really makes the clothes pop.

Louis Copeland & Sons store by Jennings design studio & Helen Turkington, Dublin – Ireland

July 17th, 2013

The ceilings were were high in the front part of the store, so in order to get more storage we added a conveyor system. The system is hidden from the public, but stores up to 600 hanging garments.

Pop-up Office in shipping container by Dubbeldam Architecture + Design, Toronto

February 7th, 2013

Dubbeldam’s ‘Pop-up Office’ is a cubicle comprised of wooden modules made out of discarded shipping palettes that can be rearranged according to the user’s needs. The modules are broadly divided by the concepts ‘Focus’, ‘Collaborate’, ‘Lounge’ and ‘Refuel.’

Camper store by Note Design Studio, Malmö

January 17th, 2013

The mobility of the archive has also influenced the other objects grouped together in the center of the room. Various furniture pieces in perforated metal and painted in pale pastels give a light and soft appearance, and have handles and wheels so they can be easily moved around the room as needed.

Rabobank retail banking center by Storage, Den Haag – Netherlands

November 20th, 2012

The Den Haag store features a glass façade with a massive traditional wooden door, emphasizing both the bank’s transparency and its strength and reliability. Inside the store is divided into two main areas: one is focused on financial advice and personal service, and the other on modern banking and automation.