Posts Tagged ‘timber floor’

AMORE Sulwhasoo Flagship Store by Neri&Hu, Seoul – South Korea

May 30th, 2016

The delicate structure rests upon a solid ground of wide timber floor boards that occasionally rises up to form wooden counters with inserted solid stone blocks, on top of which Sulwhasoo’s products are displayed as precious objects.

LK+RIGI DESIGN Office by RIGI DESIGN, Shanghai – China

May 4th, 2016

Creatively using of soft dark gray felts as wall material conveys a feeling of intimacy which at the same time presents a rich texture layers through comparing with black and white coat of paint.

Level Shoe District – Mens Department by Shed., Dubai – UAE

April 19th, 2016

Finer reference to craftsmanship is expressed in bespoke furniture such as the machined metal tables forming tiered display footwear collections. Timber and mirror product vitrines corner quadrants and focus toward the central machined feature table.

Noosa Chocolate Factory by Oliver Burscough, Brisbane – Australia

March 16th, 2016

The shelving consists of 55 handmade pine crates screen-printed with the black Noosa Chocolate Factory logo. Australian made plywood panels serve to display the brands gift hampers and fresh rocky road products.

Leo Digital Network Headquarter by LLLab, Shanghai – China

November 19th, 2015



LEO digital network has been the top digital agency in Chinese network with digital marketing services from media to creative to e-commerce to mobile to the smart TV sector, locally and even globally.

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.

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

November 3rd, 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.

BVN Architecture Studio, Sydney – Australia

October 2nd, 2015

By removing the cladding from the columns, their size was significantly reduced and the decision to leave the columns as built, even with builders’ pencilled notes, provides an authentic level of ‘found’ detail.

Spark Store by Spaceworks, Auckland – New Zealand

August 6th, 2015



We have completed the design and fit out of the first two, new-look Spark stores – first to open was Sylvia Park and the second in Albany Mall.

One Azure marketing office by Hello Embryo, Jakarta – Indonesia

April 29th, 2015

The One Azure marketing office is a brainchild conceived by Hello Embryo in close collaboration with their client, Forzaland.

I Love Ugly Store, Melbourne – Australia

April 8th, 2015

I Love Ugly Store, Melbourne – Australia

Wildfire pizza + bar by 4N Architects, Hong Kong – China

November 25th, 2014

The sharp red beer bottles spreading along the curvy ceiling line with infuse lumens metal structure highly visible along the shop front gives a playful impression yet before visitors stepping into the space.

Las Iguanas restaurant by B3 Designers, London

January 24th, 2014

Havana faded glamour, weaves through the aesthetic of the space; the decorative timber floor creates a feeling of the old ballroom style rooms along with a decorative ceiling coffer with detailed cornicing housing three large feature chandeliers.

Paul Hamlyn Hall Champagne Bar by B3 Designers, London

October 3rd, 2012

The vast Paul Hamlyn Hall at London’s Royal Opera House now hosts a new champagne bar that is 13.5 metres long, has sixteen serving points and is finished to please even the most discerning eye. It can also be disassembled easily.

Cobbler Caballero shop by Stewart Hollenstein, Sydney

November 3rd, 2011

Located in Potts point, Sydney, Cobbler Caballero is a small, family run business dedicated to the repair of shoes, watches and leather goods. Felicity Stewart and Matthias Hollenstein of Stewart Hollenstein were commissioned to develop the brand identity and retail shop design with the family.