Posts Tagged ‘triangles’

Artistic interpretations of Kengo Kuma’s “Tsumiki” triangles

March 14th, 2017

More than a year later, “Tsumiki” celebrates its US launch by hosting an exhibition of small-scale interpretations by New-York based artists Aranda Lasch, Sonia Rentsch, and Nanse Kawashima. As part of the show, Kuma is also presenting his own special art installation using the “Tsumiki” triangles.

WOODWINE bar by Atelier JMCA, Paris – France

February 18th, 2017

It was designed with two major elements: the first one is a central wooden piece which is planned to work as a large table for customers; the second element is an equipped and practical bar counter, in line with the table. This solid wooden piece clearly fits in the room.

Chord collection for Bao Bao bag by Issey Miyake

September 25th, 2016

As well as the original triangles, the bags features various interlocking geometric shapes, including the lighting bolts and arrows. But circles sit inside an otherwise empty square within the pattern.

Foil kinetic installation by Layer, London – UK

September 20th, 2016

Tiny triangles of stainless steel cover the structure, which was created with support from Braun and takes inspiration from the German manufacturer’s electric razors.

Kho Liang Ie Collection by Mosa

March 20th, 2016

Gloss white tiles with a relief of circles, segments of circles, diagonals and triangles. Size 10 x 10 centimeter. The relief tiles can be combined to create unusual effects. A smooth wall tile is also available to complement the relief tiles.

GeoLamp by Mezzo Atelier

August 27th, 2015



With its foundation in a mathematically proven geometry, Geolamp brings the calculated form of mathematics and the pleasurable aesthetic of good design.

Sinsay Store by LPP S.A. Sinsay in-house design team, Warsaw – Poland

June 15th, 2015



Sinsay is the youngest brand among five well-known brands in a portfolio of LPP S.A., a company with a global reach which has been successfully operating on the clothing European market for over 20 years.

Issey Miyake Marunouchi Store by Tokujin Yoshioka, Tokyo – Japan

April 9th, 2015

Crimson aluminium triangles hang above garments and in front of windows at Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka\’s latest store for Issey Miyake in Tokyo.

Bloom blanket by Bianca Cheng Costanzo

March 31st, 2015

Wool pyramids form origami-inspired Bloom blanket

Euroshop Düsseldorf 2014 – Freor by A01 architektai

April 6th, 2014

Cold, sharp planes of the triangles are supported against the ground on their acute angles and give a cold/piercing impression. Moreover, these planes pointed in different directions (according to the network of squares) ensure attraction towards the inside of the stand and provide clear limits of the stand.

KOGI Lamp by Studio Joa Herrenknecht

May 17th, 2013

The abstract lighting sculptures are constructed out of pieces of lightweight Tyvek that are cut into triangles and assembled into their hanging forms. Light beams through the material creating warm textures of light and is even available in various colors to add a unique, almost watercolor look.

Senba Tea bags branding by Seita Goto

March 11th, 2013

Senba Tea is a product concept that functions both as tea bags and decoration. Its simple geometric structure is composed of triangles; the main shapes used to make origami cranes.

Topshop installation by studioXAG, London

December 13th, 2012

studioXAG produced and installed in store treatments in Topshop, Oxford Circus. Hundreds of metal discs hang from the ceiling on the ground floor and white cage diamonds, plinths and triangles pop up all over the store to suit their cosmic winter theme.

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.

Caterpillar Chair – reused cardboard modular chair by Wiktoria Szawiel

March 17th, 2012

The idea was to create a structure made out of cardboard. I have decided to use cardboard because it is totally recyclable, and reusable material – to make model I used only cardboard that I have found on the street

“C42” Citroen showroom by Manuelle Gautrand Architecture, Paris

February 3rd, 2012

The new Citroën showroom is at number 42 Champs Elysées; Citroën have owned the site since André Citroën set up shop there in the 1920s. His original showroom was beautiful, the interior was extremely theatrical, and the glass rectangle façade beautifully proportioned, very minimalist and contemporary.

MOSTIP shoe shop by EASTERN Design Office, Shiga Japan

July 21st, 2011

This is a portion of the moon, a tip of a huge thing. This is a shoe shop built in a huge shopping mall. Two big and small triangles are placed in a space of 9m x 12.5m x 4m. The triangles have the shape of the moon that is cut. There are two portions of the moon. Two triangles have some large and small craters same as the moon.

Lurdes Bergada by Dear Design, Barcelona

July 11th, 2011

Situated in one of the best shoppingmalls in the city centre, L’Illa Diagonal, the new flagship store from Lurdes Bergada is divided into two clearly defined areas linking technical aspects of a clothing store behind a “wooden skin” and keeping clothes as the main focus.

QUIN MGX lamp

July 1st, 2011

Transform any space with the mystical Quin.MGX lamp, created so that our eyes are lead along many swooping paths of light, from triangles to pentagons and back again. Whether suspended above a bed or resting on the sidebar in a living room, the Quin.MGX will captivate people’s imagination and leave them transfixed.