Posts Tagged ‘wall coverings’

The Fritz Hotel by The Invisible Party, Düsseldorf – Germany

December 29th, 2016

The Invisible Party likens the hotel to the sweetly nostalgic narrative of a Wes Anderson film: guests become regulars because of the energetic atmosphere and good company, not because of the decadent marble bathrooms and bellhops.

Josefinas flagship store by Christian Lahoude Studio, New York City

October 11th, 2016

The fabrics, wall coverings and other materials were selected to reflect the strength and femininity of the brand, including leather and faux fur used by Josefinas in their designs.

HI-MACS stand by Coast Office Architecture, London – UK

January 28th, 2016

A selection of grey, pink and black colours break up the vast expanse of white hills. Glossy black wall coverings act as reflective surfaces, giving an illusionary depth to the room and causing a round object to seemingly rise out the booth’s corner.

Vanke Pavilion by Daniel Libeskind at Expo 2015, Milan – Italy

May 10th, 2015

Designed by renowned architect Daniel Libeskind, the corporate pavilion for Vanke China seeks to explore key issues related to the theme of Milan’s Expo 2015 – ‘Feeding the planet, energy for life’.

Joseph Abboud Flagship Store by Jeffrey Hutchison & Associates, New York City

April 24th, 2015

Iconic menswear designer Joseph Abboud has enlisted award-winning luxury retail designers Jeffrey Hutchison & Associates (JHA) to create his first free-standing retail store, set to open in Manhattan on March 27th, 2015.

Dhamani 1969 jewelry boutique by Callison, Dubai – U.A.E.

September 23rd, 2014

An intricate bronze-finished screen with the Dhamani brand floral pattern, reminiscent of a traditional pottery motif from Jaipur, India, is placed at the center of the boutique’s entry.

NVIDIA office by Procters, Bristol – UK

August 25th, 2014

A variety of different environments were created throughout the large open office plan to allow formal and informal meetings along with privacy and confidentiality. The furniture selection and arrangement enhanced the space with a modern and flexible design taking into consideration the users’ requirements.

Spazio Design showroom by Zero Architetti, Catania

April 30th, 2013

Spazio Design showroom accommodates a variety of dedicated areas for different displays: from pieces at bespoke design furniture to tiles, wall coverings, home accessories. Covering over 400 sqm of area, the showroom has been organised into two main thematic wings.

Parmigiani Fleurier luxury watch boutique, London

February 4th, 2013

A boutique that gives the impression of ” your personal watch store in your own living room ” with the use of sofas, coffee table, carpet and wood wall coverings together with a warm light reading lamp.

Ariostea booth at Cersaie 2012 by Marco Porpora, Bologna

October 26th, 2012

The booth area, designed by the architect Marco Porpora, is meant in fact as an ideal building yard with an open and modular structure, that houses Ariostea’s floor and wall coverings from its traditional sizes to the big ones, going through the innovative slabs and ending into the very large formats with the ULTRA project.

Mercer-one thirteen restaurant by Rocco Laudizio (slick+design) & Roman Sanchez, Chicago

September 26th, 2012

This 6,000 square feet restaurant and lounge is separated into two distinct areas by a stunning glass encased fireplace creating an intimate and exclusive atmosphere. Earth inspired textures and color meld seamlessly to create this modern and sleek, nature-inspired space.

Dabbous restaurant by Brinkworth, London

September 3rd, 2012

Upon entering, you are instantly struck by the stark and contemporary interior design, as Dabbous has been designed around a raw and uncompromising concept envisioned by owner, British Chef Oliver Dabbous, and realised by the interior design agency Brinkworth.

Princess of Wales Pub by Space Design Studios, London

June 27th, 2012

A hundred and fifty years young, The Princess of Wales Pub in leafy Primrose Hill, London, has recently been lovingly renovated by Space Design Studios. The aim was to help this famous pub to have a brand new interior and exterior, new bar, open kitchen and a new restaurant area that can be used for private hire and parties. Space Design Studios were asked to create a design that is in keeping with a traditional pub vibe with an original modern twist.

Peek & Cloppenburg concept store by dan pearlman, Stuttgart

April 11th, 2012

What happens when parents are out of the house? The kids take over of course! Their inexhaustible energy knows no bounds and isn’t deterred by parental furnishings: wall coverings are soon covered with lipstick and electric guitars, furniture soaked in favourite colours, and pictures decorated with colourful stickers.

2% store – Big Wardrobe by Design Systems, Hong Kong

April 5th, 2012

The chic of a wardrobe is redefined through this design project for young fashion brand 2% on its shops’ façade and interior. The design is developed upon the brand’s emphasis on “variety” and “mix-and-match”, which is lucidly presented under an array of display wardrobes created with a mixture of design styles including classical, modern, retro, minimal and so forth, further portraying itself as a “montage of styles”.

La Bohème bar by AVA Architects, Porto

January 31st, 2012

The renovation of La Bohème bar, located in the buoyant Rua das Galerias de Paris in Porto’s downtown, embraces pine wood throughout the entire interior. ‘The goal was to transform a space with no identity into a recognizable interior,’ says Carlos Veloso from AVA Architects, the studio responsible for the project.

Wave panels by Georg Ackermann

October 4th, 2011

With this CNC technology we can offer 15 standard and custom surfaces for our clients on all kind of materials.

Architextile by Studio Aleksandra Gaca

July 4th, 2011

‘Architextile’ is the next step of Aleksandra in her search for three-dimensional weave structures. In this newest collection she experiments with contracts. Opposing materials such as wool and metal, mat and glossy are combined to emphasize the dynamic of contrasts such as high-tech with natural, technical with handicraft.