Posts Tagged ‘street art’

Municipality Offices by Crielaers & Company, Hollands Kroon – Netherlands

April 18th, 2017

The interior design has provided three different types of work areas: landing spaces, team spaces and individual spaces. “Now that everything is in place, we feel that the interior fits us like a glove.”

Yellow Earth Flagship store by Tandem Design Studio, Melbourne – Australia

April 1st, 2017

Knitted yarn inspired the curving, rope shopfront and suspended display cones. The rough textured floor references timber wool sheds and steel frames that feature prominently throughout the store are a reminder of tanneries, machine rooms and sewing floors.

Letterario/Graffiti by Simone Micheli for BOFFETTO

March 10th, 2017

It is a bookcase produced by Boffetto Form to Furniture in a 99-piece limited edition. The bookcase designed by the Italian architect, Simone Micheli, integrates harmoniously Mario Bernardinello’s painting work of art highlighting a touch of versatility of this union.

De Bajes restaurant, Amsterdam – Netherlands

March 3rd, 2017

The interior has a raw edge, and almost feels as a seamless extension of the street, featuring a mezzanine bar section with a sturdy wooden counter, comfy leather sofas, matching tables and stools, framed by backdrop of concrete walls, stone flooring and an exposed ceiling.

Wire-mesh pipe organ by Edoardo Tresoldi, Eau Clair – Wisconsin

October 2nd, 2016

Otherworldly and ethereal, Tresoldi’s work plays heavily with the idea of negative space, allowing the eye to fill naturally what the wire form suggests. In the case of ‘baroque’, the impression is of a hastily sketched instrument — a blueprint brought to life and magnified — only to catch in a breeze and collapse once the festival comes to a close.

Energoprom Offices by IND Office, Moscow – Russia

April 21st, 2016

Street art is expressed not only in graffiti and the color score of the office, but in ingenious details too. For instance, lighting in the kitchen is provided by lamps in the shape of the iconic Campbell’s soup cans.

Porter Davis Offices by The Bold Collective, Melbourne – Australia

April 14th, 2016

Stepping out from the lift at 720 Bourke Street, visitors and staff will experience a New York arrival and reception area. This includes a sleek reception desk with turned timber legs, cut crystal decorative lighting, a recycled timber herringbone strut ceiling and New York loft mullion detailing to the glazed meeting room partitions.

ASIAN BISTROS! Lee Ho Fook Duckboard Place by Techne Architecture + Interior Design, Melbourne – Australia

November 6th, 2015

Brass detailing on joinery and lighting is a nod to the significance of gold in Chinese culture symbolising happiness. Cantilevered banquette seating adds a lightness to the small space.

Pizza Buzz Restaurant by Emergent Design Studios, London – UK

September 19th, 2015



Emergent Design Studios ’ proposal for Pizza Buzz introduces a brand new restaurant typology to London, through which customers create their own ‘bespoke’ pizza using high quality local products, ready to eat in only 120 seconds.

Mouli Store by Guise, Stockholm – Sweden

May 4th, 2015

Graffiti Guides Interior Display Concept

New Creative Space by loopcreative for aMBUSH Gallery, Sydney – Australia

March 22nd, 2015

Sydney based design studio, loopcreative, has been appointed to design a new pop-up activation for the multi-award winning aMBUSH Gallery at Broadway’s Central Park development.

Bang & Olufsen and Pepsi teamed up to creat limited-edition headphones

June 10th, 2014

B&O PLAY — the portable division of Bang & Olufsen — has teamed up with Pepsi to create the Live For Now Limited Edition collection, a line of headphones that marries the twin inspirations of football and street art.

Coffee Shop by 314 Architecture Studio, Athens

March 24th, 2013

The concept was to create a chilled environment that gives the impression of being in a garden. For this reason green walls was installed in two semi-opened spaces. These spaces get sunlight from the openings in the roof and in summer months the metal shades protect from direct sunlight.

Coya Peruvian restaurant by Sagrada, London

November 30th, 2012

Coya’s setting is one of a wonderfully dilapidated luxe with Incan influences, paired with sleek and contemporary metallic finishes. The space brings together an array of painted murals, textures and finishes, and a string of antique Peruvian furniture pieces that collectively create an edgy yet sophisticated take on Latin America.