Posts Tagged ‘vibrant colour’

Fazer Premium Treats pastry packaging by Kuudes Helsinki

October 18th, 2017

The first thing you see is an eye-catching, vibrant colour on an earthy cardboard material. Just like in the treats, there’s a sweet surprise: you find another cheery colour on the flip side of the cardboard shell.

De Resident by Cepezed and HofmanDujardin, The Hague – Netherlands

December 9th, 2015

An elevated platform runs down the centre of the 20m-tall and 70m-long atrium. With an integrated reception area encapsulated by its base, the composite-clad steel construction regulates the open atrium’s circulation.

Noche store by ACRD at Summarecon Mall, Bekasi – Indonesia

July 20th, 2013

Meet Noche, a brand celebrated for its creative approach to fashion by using clean lines and vibrant colour. The store design is revolved around creating clean crisp form and line to showcase the unique strength of the brand. The colour scheme and textural elements are kept simple but distinct, translating the brand’s bold but classy look.

Emporio tea packaging by Inject Design

January 26th, 2013

Emporio tea packaging by Inject Design

Rica Hotel by Scenario Interiørarkitekter, Narvik – Norway

October 30th, 2012

Along with large graphic patterns in vibrant colour combinations in both carpets, wall patterns against the wooden look , we “break” up the tight style of the exterior of the building, to create a calm, warm and colourful atmosphere inside.

POP UP! Ohne Titel Pop-up shop by Easton+Combs & Focus Lighting, New York

January 26th, 2012

Vibrant colour and complex geometry combine at a New York pop-up shop for fashion label Ohne Titel. The shop spans 167-sq-m and is filled with red powder-coated aluminium panels. The pieces were pre-cut and folded to fit together on-site, creating free-standing walls.

POP UP! Ohne Titel Pop-up shop by Easton+Combs & Focus Lighting, New York

January 22nd, 2012

Vibrant colour and complex geometry combine at a New York pop-up shop for fashion label Ohne Titel. The shop spans 167-sq-m and is filled with red powder-coated aluminium panels. The pieces were pre-cut and folded to fit together on-site, creating free-standing walls.