Posts Tagged ‘traditional’

AA Jia Curry House by Spacemen, Shanghai – China

August 14th, 2017


Symbolic of the restaurant’s name sake, ‘Jia’ means ‘Home’ thus we created a space that represented the notion of coming home for a warm meal.

Caffè Vero by ProgettoCMR, Vicenza – Italy

August 3rd, 2017

Everything revolves around a refined simplicity and essentiality of the materials used, intertwined in a sophisticated way to the structural elements of the building: a warm and cosy atmosphere that plays on the contrast of light and shadow in a scenic case, given by the transparency of the main facade of the building.

Theia creative tiles

July 24th, 2017

Theia offers a continuously growing collection of Portuguese handmade ceramic tiles suitable for covering surfaces, allowing for endless possibilities when it comes to lending personality, history and meaning to any space.

Guylian flagship store by f&ha, Perth – Australia

July 19th, 2017

A spatial celebration of the fusion between the traditional and the contemporary has been the agenda of the space. The experience celebrates the rich heritage and articulates clearly all the new contemporary insertions.

Jack the Clipper flagship barbershop by FormRoom, London – UK

July 14th, 2017

Brass piping details are utilised throughout the space, across windows, walls and the ceiling, referencing the industrial design of the victorian era.

Shenzhen Mind the Sea Sales Gallery by BLVD, Shenzhen – China

July 3rd, 2017

The architectural design concept is extended to the interior design, which is inspired by the visual shock brought by the in-and-out relation of architectural volumes and the artful rotation of bricks.

Room Mate Gerard Hotel by Jaime Beriestain, Barcelona – Spain

June 30th, 2017

Dark spaces and a dark play of light recreate a refined and welcoming atmosphere that is enhanced with a color palette in black ink present throughout the hotel.

Major D Studio by Studio In2, Taipei – Taiwan

June 19th, 2017

Parisian-styled wall paneling, painted white, and the arched, steel-framed French doors were the main French influences. To create a modern twist, in the main event space, the designers have constructed a white marble center island countertop and have used cement blocks to link the display cabinets with the dressing room area.

Jola Honey Mix packaging by Tough Slate Design

May 25th, 2017

To make the Honey more desired by the younger target audience, client came up with an idea to produce honey mixes – they are as much healthy as traditional honey, but have a spark of taste due to added natural ingredients: juices, spices, nuts etc.

The Locksmith restaurant by Studio Y, Foshan – China

May 22nd, 2017

The cocktail bar on the first floor is moodier and more enigmatic and drenched in lush velvets, ghoulish fixtures and eclectic props. By the time you’ve completely surrendered to The Locksmith’s charm, you enter the rooftop garden where animals run wild amidst overgrown vines, brass monkeys and floral motifs.

Woodstock Pizzicheria by Studio Y, Melbourne – Australia

May 10th, 2017

We are very happy with the result; the clear language of the archways as you look along the length of the restaurant is very powerful yet balanced. It is essentially what evokes that ‘Old Rome’ element.

Brasserie restaurant and lounge by Kokaistudios, Kyoto – Japan

April 3rd, 2017

The bar counter is a pure stone mass carved with unique Japanese craftsmanship technique finished with a precious massive wooden table 15 meters long selected exclusively for this project.

Joseph Cheaney store by Checkland Kindleysides, London – UK

March 13th, 2017

You only have to see first-hand the incredible skill, attention to detail and passion involved in making a pair of Cheaney shoes, to realise it truly is an art. Checkland Kindleysides have captured this spirit in a beautifully analogue experience that honours the process of handcrafted luxury.

Surendri flagship store by Sorted Design Studio, Gurugram – India

February 27th, 2017

On the other hand the inverted runways with mannequins on the ceiling, the pac-man light gives a contemporary feel to the entire setting as well as reflects the designer’s experience and existence in the modern Indian fashion industry.

EZO Cheesecakes & Bakery Store by Evonil Architecture, West Jakarta – Indonesia

February 16th, 2017

With the touch of white marble for the rectangle tables and cashier stand invigorate the luxury inside the store. The fishbone wood floor with natural color blends a luxurious and calm feeling into the design to create a united and warm atmosphere.

Puro Hotel Palma by OHLAB, Palma de Mallorca – Spain

February 12th, 2017

The 22-room boutique hotel recently underwent a renovation by design studio OHLAB who had the challenging task of working with, rather than against, the building’s complex configurations due to its existing structures.

Jacob Cohen Showroom by Area-17, Milan – Italy

February 9th, 2017

Area-17’s design pays homage to the industrial character of the building, through its essential lines and airy volumes defined by glass, mirror, and concrete surfaces. Precious woods, English tapestry, and denim inserts are instead references to the brand’s values and tradition.

Hermès Gion-mise store by ODS, Kyoto – Japan

February 4th, 2017

Since the < Hermès Gion-mise> is a temporal store for a limited period, we proposed the design using “kigumi” technique, so that the furniture and fixture can be reused at other locations in different forms after this temporal store is closed. The shop, mainly the central area surrounded by the furniture and fixture, is designed as the space to hold various events on a regular basis.

Jiuxi wedding exhibition by Clou Architects, Beijing – China

January 31st, 2017

Beijing wedding planners Jiuxi reimagines its services with 21st century relevance in an exhibition designed by Clou Architects. Keeping Jiuxi’s modernist approach and high-end aesthetic in mind, Clou transformed the interior of a 90s building into a highly sensorial, visceral environment integrated with VR and other technologies.

deFuroner olive oil branding by mr – Michael Reichen

January 19th, 2017

deFuroner combines a first-class olive oil production with a respectful, simple, down-to-earth and traditional caring for a millennia-long cultural landscape.