Posts Tagged ‘triangular’

Desk Snack packaging by Catherine Sneha

November 16th, 2017

Introducing Desk Snack, a nutritious snacking option designed to cater to the needs of the conscious office goer. A set of 5 refreshing snacks, one for each day of the week, has been specially crafted to keep your hunger pangs at bay.

BOY London Store by Sixcorners Studio, Hong Kong

October 7th, 2017

Orchestrated by various materials like manually-applied concrete-textured paint (a technology empowered by LOTOS Taiwan) gradually composing a symphony of geometric elements was the key to the whole design idea. Perhaps no one locally constituted such a rebel and flipped-over design really, and so we baldly did it.

The spot store by Modelart Arhitekti + Digital Design Center, Novi Sad and Belgrade – Serbia

June 4th, 2017

The entrance zone of every store contains a “network” structure made of triangular elements. This structure is a geometric form, made using parametric modeling and digital design tools (CNC processing).

Alexandria Real Estate offices by M Moser Associates, San Francisco – California

May 15th, 2017

A mix of collaborative settings – fireplace lounge, library, café – were reinterpreted from residential space types. A layered arrival and entry experience reflects their brand and creates a welcoming area that didn’t exist before.

NoBike by Dynalab

April 24th, 2017

Where most standard bicycle frames are constructed by metal tubes welded together, the NoBike sports a body made of four laser cut triangular forms made of aluminum, slotted together by three joints with cylinder spacers.

Gloria Jean’s coffees at Centaurus Mall by ORAD, Islamabad – Pakistan

February 8th, 2017

The whole space works as a buffer towards indoor and outdoor with multiple sections of spaces to sit and relax, from private to a more public outdoor. With hanging bookshelf in the middle, the articulation of material from raw ceiling to more subtle green wall gives a more dramatic end to the space.

HERB packaging by Carolin Dufner

November 15th, 2016



Each kind of package from the series has it’s unique geometric shape, but together they look like a product family. The unusual shapes of the packages are complemented by the clean and intuitive graphic design. The colored parts indicate where to rip open each packaging.