Posts Tagged ‘texture’

Dancing Leopard visual identity by Claire Hartley

May 22nd, 2017

Inspired by glistening Ibizan sunsets, we used copper as an accent — a texture on screen or foil block in print. Aqua and azure make up the secondary palette — so bright and energetic they’re used across social media and print where we can be more playful in application.

3D concrete printing by Bekkering Adams

February 2nd, 2017

Rotterdam-based architecture firm Bekkering Adams has taken the concrete dream one step further to test the partnership of concrete and technology in a more tangible way, with the proposal “Fire Wall”. In collaboration with the Technical University of Eindhoven and Cement & Beton Centrum, the prototype experiments investigate the effects gained by altering the variables of the technology – changes in height, speed and texture all produce different results.

REDvalentino flagship store by India Mahdavi & Pierpaolo Piccioli, London – UK

October 5th, 2016

The sinuous lines of individual elements blend with the collections on display, animating the versatile and multiform space, which is primarily composed of three colors: white, pink, and ochre.

HongC. Eyewear & Watches by V+T Interior Studio, Taipei – Taiwan

May 29th, 2016

Due to the characteristically of the old buildings in Taiwan is normally long and narrow, we avoid using big and solid showcases by designing it looking thin and light with metal, hope to give our patrons a brand new shopping experience.

WARP collection by estudi{H}ac

April 4th, 2016

As a texture created and inspired by the most textile mechanics, its internal structure. The warp and weft are undone by creating a network of micro fibers, which will give the main character to the piece.

Scales Tiles by Giles Miller Studio at Buddha Bar, Dubai – UAE

January 14th, 2016



Mixing a range of ceramic finishes including up to four metallic glazes in matt, high gloss, and crackled bronze the studio created this undulating bar front artwork for multiple areas within Buddha Bar Dubai that references the scaley surface of a dragon’s skin.

Smokestack at Magnolia Brewing by Nothing Something, San Francisco – California

January 11th, 2016



The Work of Nothing Something: Unusual Moments, by Design

Foley’s Store by VOL2 design, Mexico City – Mexico

October 22nd, 2015



Based on the profile of Foley’s women we have created a discreet and sophisticated contemporary setting using simple volumes and texture play, a neutral stage to highlight the product.

Echoing Green Office by Taylor & Miller Architecture & Design, New York City

July 29th, 2015

Echoing Green, New York, USA. 2014

An office space for Echoing Green, A non-profit organization with offices in New York, is designed as a kind of benevolent virus where the furniture designed by Taylor and Miller is allowed to adjust over time.

Tree Frost Lights by Mikiya Kobayashi × Kohei Glass Studio

April 22nd, 2015

Tree Frost Lights by Mikiya Kobayashi × Kohei Glass Studio

Euromar From the Nature showroom by Ayhan Güneri Architects, Istanbul – Turkey

March 14th, 2015

Euromar From the Nature showroom by Ayhan Güneri Architects, Istanbul – Turkey

Joseph Fashion Christmas window 2014, London – UK

December 7th, 2014

The triangular shape will be realised in a mix of mediums to create depth of layers, such as a glitter vinyl applied directly to the glass & then both illuminated shapes and free-standing 3d white card pyramids which are anchored to 2 hand carved cave like foam structures which look like they were made of ice and snow, this is then enhanced with a strong element of texture and light.

Thin Thin Thin installation at UNIQLO by Emmanuelle Moureaux, Tokyo – Japan

November 24th, 2014

The presentation inside the shop utilizes 2420 threads in 60 various shades of color to form an enveloping structure that radiates from floor to ceiling. The hues, such as garnet, khaki and mustard, were selected to bring forth a hint of autumn.

Caudalie U.S. Headquarters by MAPOS, New York City

September 22nd, 2014

Exposed terra cotta walls, steel columns, and concrete floors ensure a texture of New York comes through in the aesthetic. With unobstructed views to the South, West, and North, natural light is abundant. Sound absorbing fabrics in a subtle spectrum of the brand’s colors aid in sound masking while adding a luxurious layer to the space.

Grit sandpaper covered furniture by Avi Fedida

August 20th, 2014

The project introduces innovation in terms of materials and techniques that create texture by grinding a rich variety of wood on the paper. The sand paper is integrated within white oak constructions, which is built in fine craft carpentry and remained as exposed as possible.

9 Square Shopping Center by RTKL, Chengdu – China

July 7th, 2014

The glass handrail on the straight side of the mall is laminated with colored bands of translucent silk fabric that flow up through the space connecting the various floors and highlighting the form and materials of the brocade.

FOOD BRANDING! Illegal Burger visual identity by Isabela Rodrigues

September 18th, 2013

Illegal Burger is a burger joint located in Oklahoma. We created a visual identity full of icons and aesthetic of the world of crime with an amused tone. To this end, we created a texture and fill the elements of visual identity with these creations.

ECSTASY collection by ATTICO

April 16th, 2013

The romantic dressing table has been purified, abstracted in volume and transformed into an “aesthetic altar”. The host’s form repeated on surfaces generates texture while digital prints use the discs as blank canvases.

Outer Shoes store by Kube Arquitetura, Rio de Janeiro

March 1st, 2013

In this particular project for Outer BarraShopping, Rio de Janeiro, Kube used demolition wood for the floor, a “Terracor” texture that is similar to clay for the walls, container´s metal sheets for the cashier and the wall behind it, combined with elements from the gardening universe for decoration and reinforcement of the concept.

Faceted Tactile Light Collection by Studio Avni

January 19th, 2013

Using traditional materials like brass, copper, stainless steel, and bronze, along with materials like PVC sheets, they are cut and then either linked or stitched together to form the geometric forms of each fixture. The texture created is unbelievable and it’s hard to imagine that these are not made from paper.