Posts Tagged ‘table tops’

Raketa social club by Ramūnas Manikas, Klaipėda – Lithuania

September 6th, 2016

The floor of “Raketa social club” is covered with grey epoxy paint; the panel ceiling is of a similar color. To counterbalance these wide grey spaces bright color solutions composed of different color triangles are used in the interior.

PizzaExpress restaurant by The Busride, Mumbai – India

August 6th, 2013

As you enter the restaurant the use of local materials is evident and they feature throughout the design from the black and white cement illusion floor, metal work screens and balustrade created by local crafts men and silent black and white 1960’s Bollywood films are projected onto the walls.

WRAP tables by Lucie Koldova for LUGI

June 3rd, 2013

Low coffee tables are made of two bent pieces of plywood rolled into one compact wrap. Table tops are made of solid wood and softly complete the light feeling of the coffee tables.

Pizzeria Farina identity & design by Glasfurd & Walker

April 16th, 2012

The client’s aim was to create a simple, community-focused, Northern Italian-inspired pizzeria. The menu is simple, consisting only of pizza and beverages, and the atmosphere is stylish, casual and comfortable.

Barrio 47 tapas restaurant by Bluarch Architecture, New York

February 25th, 2012

A custom made iron chandelier lit by 1/2″ incandescent light bulbs span the length of the bar area, establishing two separate areas for the bar and for dining. The back dining area is lit by linear pendant lighting. The place is energized by the controlled doses of red on the bar stools and brick oven, and further enlivened by the white Carrara marble bar and table tops.

Quertec by Lamellux

August 15th, 2011

The material, a blend of wood and a clear or coloured transparent resin, comes in various sorts of wood: Oak, beech, maple, cherry, walnut, iroko, teak and wenge.
Each panel is sanded and then varnished.

Fontable by Alessandro Canepa & Andrea Paulicelli

June 7th, 2011

Italian designers Alessandro Canepa and Andrea Paulicelli have developed a series of tables whose top are represented by alphanumerics adding a bold, graphic three-dimensional form of type to any space. The entire alphabet is represented in both upper and lower case versions, along with the numbers 0 through 9.