Posts Tagged ‘vol2 design’

Foley’s Store by VOL2 design, Mexico City – Mexico

October 22nd, 2015



Based on the profile of Foley’s women we have created a discreet and sophisticated contemporary setting using simple volumes and texture play, a neutral stage to highlight the product.

“The Beauty of the Machine” exhibition by VOL2 Design, Barcelona – Spain

July 16th, 2014

The design is based on two fundamental aspects in the photographic composition and acquire a special importance in the work of Ramón de Baños: Perspective and light.

Tollens stand design in Casa Decor 2013 by VOL2 DESIGN, Madrid – Spain

June 11th, 2013

The concept is the color as an expression of light. The space is endowed with a graphic quality allowing us to show color in both scenes: from light and from the shadows.

Honda CRV 2013 presentation by VOL2 DESIGN, Spain

February 18th, 2013

Under the ideology of breaking conventions of Honda Motors founder, Soichiro Honda, underlies the concept of this intervention. The result is a showcase of conventional objects with unconventional design (aerodynamic umbrella, folding design furniture and a suitcase-scooter) linked to the CRV and whose disposition has a dreamy character.

GENT 3.0 office by VOL2 DESIGN, Spain

February 14th, 2013

The project consists of a series of shelf-modules and tables to shape work stations where elderly people perform various volunteer works on a technology basis. The formal concept is inspired by the corporate image that the artist Joan Miró designed in the 80’s to the institution that sponsors these social programs.

By the Nose! exhibition by VOL2 DESIGN, Spain

February 13th, 2013

“By the Nose!” by the foundation La Caixa is an itinerant exhibition of 200m2 about the perception of the smell consisting in a collection of several inhalers and essences of the most diverse.

Technorevolution exhibition by VOL2 DESIGN, Barcelona, Madrid

February 11th, 2013

Vinyl fabrics and high gloss polystyrene plates were used as coating creating a play of reflections. The exhibition is divided into two areas. The first as a bright area corresponding to the history of technology and the second a darker area that highlight the various interactive applications.