Posts Tagged ‘timeless design’

Gray Olive Cafeteria by Cutler, Burnaby – Canada

March 1st, 2017

With Gray Olive’s appetite for family, and great food, we knew that this space would be more than just a restaurant. Gray Olive is the bridge between earthy intentions, and timeless design. Frosty, clerestory windows at the entry to the space iterate the “deconstructed greenhouse” vibe.

IntercityHotel by Matteo Thun + Partners, Braunschweig – Germany

February 24th, 2017

Aesthetic and technical durability are the main characteristics of all IntercityHotels. It is the result of a long tradition of evolutionary advancement. It is about simplicity and clarity. It is more than just simple – it creates an emotional connection between host and guest.

Olaf Hussein store, Amsterdam – Netherlands

March 13th, 2016

Black-stained wooden surfaces are paired with herringbone floors inside Olaf Hussein’s first store, intended to embody the “timeless design of the Modernism movement”.

Dorint Airport-Hotel by Kitzig Interior Design, Zurich – Switzerland

November 10th, 2015



Overall interior design concept for the new construction of a 4-star Dorint hotel at the Zurich airport.

MARCS flagship store at Pitt Street, Sydney – Australia

October 7th, 2015

The style and feel is that of a New York loft space, commentary and uncomplicated style. Grey stained timber stairs and stripped back steel finishes to all joinery and window framing, the Marcs staircase is a grand feature.

Jones Day Offices by Admos Design & Build, Brussels – Belgium

June 19th, 2015



Admos Design & Build has designed the new offices for Brussels-based law firm Jones Day.

Modekeller store by Heikaus, Pfäffikon – Switzerland

May 29th, 2012

Modekeller opened its 5th shop in Pfäffikon/ Switzerland. On 304 sqm you can find women fashion including accessories as well as special areas for the brands Gerry Weber and Taifun. HEIKAUS realized the designing with a reliable sense of style.

The Shuka Collection by Claudia Kießling

March 21st, 2012

The isiZulu word “Shuka” means “to use something for a very long time and all the time”. This word reflects perfectly the requirements I had for this furniture collection, which is inspired by the indigenous people of South Africa: the collection is supposed to be of high quality and timeless design. It contains of four different pieces of furniture.