In terms of the office’s design itself, the space consists of a large bullpen area for the majority of employees, with breakout rooms and private offices (also known as casitas) nearby. Employees can also take advantage of bike storage and shower facilities which are a huge perk after cycling in the hot Miami sun.
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We wanted to show that process of taking something raw and turning it into something so exquisite, in the same way that one’s personality can be revealed through wine consumption. The beautiful screen-printed graphic shows that gradual process as chaos becomes uncluttered when “filtered” through “En Oeno Alethea.”
Contrasting the ethereal aesthetics of poetry with the boldness of industrial style, the interior of the UXUS office prompts creativity and productivity. Inspired by the poetic trait of the “in-between”, the space is a tension of opposing elements. Soft and sharp, old and new, transparency and privacy collide to create an ever-changing environment that stimulates imagination.
Then came the fun part- creating a contemporary space that would both reflect our philosophy and function just as well. One of our maxims at IDL is based on the ethic of collaboration, and thus all workspaces were created to encourage this type of communication and transparency, which meant open spaces and no office doors.
Inspired by classic circus elements, this new project for Camper has colour and fantasy. The space is full of life and light, inviting people to dream. As soon as we step through the organic door, with a handle shaped like a candy cane, we begin to discover the surprises inside. There are no corners, only curved forms.
In the VILA Vimmelskaftet shop there has been strived for a look that makes people think of Paris´s natural elegance. The facade underlines the French “Boutique” look with its brassdetails and black,z handpainted look. Inside, the shop is based on elegant design, with focus on simplicity, quality, and texture. A classic concept with a refined twist which creates an identity.
Milkywave reflects on the practice of city-making through the objects that populate the collective memory; an attempt to rethink how seemingly mundane things with a material substance, shape, texture and color along with unique cultural habits and environmental conditions coalesce to form the atmosphere and character of the city.
Known for their playful, out-of-ordinary collections, the French design company Petite Friture has collaborated with young Parisian designer Marc Sarrazin on this series of mesh lamps called ‘Moire’. Available in three sizes and two colours, the light can be either hung as a pendant, used as a floor or table lamp, or fixed to a wall.
In this project, we seek references in the 60′s graphics that have been applied to the display of handbags and coats of some walls. To give a more intimate look at the store, we decided to apply a lighting system more focused on products so that the general illumination of the area of sales was the result of reflection of light on the products displayed.
Inspired by Janet Laurence’s ephemeral artistic layering of photographic architectural images across transparent screens & post modernist art work where layering of disparate imagery brought about alternative 3rd meanings so too was it considered that the now vacant and prominently positioned large corner glazing of the new Fame Agenda facade could re-interpret ‘old’ and ‘traditional’ in a new and contemporary ways.