Posts Tagged ‘traditional’

INHEDITED notebooks

March 30th, 2016

Working with the top artisans, tanneries and paper makers has resulted in the creation of the INHEDITED collection – a limited edition of notebooks that celebrate the most prized materials combined with the heritage of traditional craftsmanship.

Shani Coffee shop Bakery by studio Dehab at Work, Rishon LeZion – Israel

March 28th, 2016

A main counter made out of oak carpentry detailed with elegant wooden wings covered with a counter top from nero marquina marble acts as the central element in the space.

Classictone: simple walnut speakers

March 28th, 2016

Nostalgic appearance – with our old school design, you won’t have to spend a fortune repairing outdated speakers just to give your home the same classic look. Made from a single piece of wood. Each unit looks clean and neat without any joint either front or back side.

Blanc i Negre bar restaurant by Ramón Esteve Estudio, Ontiyent – Spain

March 22nd, 2016

The ceramic flooring, of a discreet beige hue, provides a cosy atmosphere that contrast with other elements such as the golden details of the lighting, the sinuous counter of Nero Marquina veined marble and the diamond-shaped geometry repeated both in Faz furniture by Vondom and in the tiling.

Hookah Bar Nargile by KMAN Studio, Sofia – Bulgaria

March 21st, 2016

Generated by 7456 wooden cylinders, the shape is in constant play with the ground following the curvatures on the floor and emphasizing the contours.

Dallah coffee pot by Associated Architects Partnership, Kuwait City – Kuwait

March 20th, 2016

Traditionally made out of glistening metals such as brass, steel, silver or gold, the dallah presents itself as an exquisite tool reflecting its holder’s cordiality and kindness and embodying his/her precious intentions of making people feel warm and welcomed.

Becker and Becker Optometrist by Creative Shop Retail Shopfitting, Johannesburg – South Africa

March 16th, 2016

The dramatic black maze-shaped geometric display shelf and the white cubic cut-out check out counter in front of it create a dramatic focal point and draw attention to the quality and detail of the joinery and shopfitting in the custom made display systems.

Tokyo Tey sushi store by mode:lina, Poznań – Poland

March 14th, 2016

The designers chose a minimalist and transparent look exposing entire supply of the shop as well as get a sneak peek at sushi master at work through a glazed mezzanine. The colour scheme is inspired by the colours of traditional sushi rolls, black and white with a stripe of colourful triangles coherent with brand’s visual identity.

Taka Sushi by Span Design, Tuggerah – Australia

March 4th, 2016

The design for Taka Sushi reinterprets the traditional structure of Japanese roofs by emphasising the design and organisation of custom modular timber crates to create an inviting and powerful shopfront.

Light and Space photographic installations by Clint Baclawski

March 4th, 2016

Photographs within the cylindrical compositions form in segments, and engage viewers over-and-over as they move inwards, outwards, and around the works.

Amanemu resorts by Kerry Hill Architects, Ise-Shima – Japan

March 3rd, 2016

Each standalone suite has floor to ceiling windows with woven textile and timber sliding shutters, providing sweeping vistas of the national park’s natural beauty.

Ekk Cup Chai (One Cup Tea) by FRDC, Mumbai – India

March 3rd, 2016

Traditional pattern tiles, wooden rafters, projected platforms, metal stools; framed visuals are the perfect mix of traditional & contemporary materials and these create a space with dialogue.

Zama restaurant by Todor Cosmin Studio, Cluj-Napoca – Romania

February 17th, 2016

The walls were cleaned up of all the layers of paint deposited over time, so as to reach the very first layer. The Roman brick walls help to create the natural brick appearance that is highly regarded in the area.

I-X exhibition by Form Us With Love, Stockholm – Sweden

February 15th, 2016

A story unfolds through a series of large wooden panels displaying pinned pages of their ‘Workbook’ and highlighting – in chronological order – their initial explorations and details of the concepts and processes behind their products.

MR PORTER x BEAMS by Schemata Architects, London – UK

February 10th, 2016

Arrays of clothes drying poles provoke an image of a good old neighborhood of common people in Japan. Height and length of the pipes are adjusted to create a “forest of clothes drying poles”.

Dent lamps by Skrivo

February 1st, 2016

By forming a rounded tube and then squeezing it a “Dent effect” is created that causes the shape to warp. This dent effect creates a three dimensional pendant that provides multiple profiles depending on its viewing angle.

With Wheat bakery by Golucci International Design, Beijing – China

January 27th, 2016

The external aspects of performance in spatial planning, abandoning the traditional bread against the wall display of bread showcase, to two super large Nakajima bread cabinet as the core of the space and visual focus, large piles of bread mountain become give the customer the most direct visual impact, more brought a subversive market topic.

OVG Real Estate Offices by D/DOCK, Amsterdam – Netherlands

January 21st, 2016

The traditional front desk has been replaced by an informal kitchen island where the hostess welcomes the customers.

Tea Talent by Midea Creative Strategy

January 21st, 2016

Tea Talent design centers on the theme of honoring our invaluable customers through interpretation of the intellectuals toward nature. Bright and vibrant colors are used in the package and its coaster is cut in traditional “clay pot” shape.

Dacong’s Noodle House by The Swimming Pool Studio, Shanghai – China

January 21st, 2016

The designers took the cube as the basic unit, combining with the spatial distribution and created the decorative shapes on the ceiling which is full of oriental wooden elements based on the parametric design methods.