Posts Tagged ‘white steel’

Tokyo Tey sushi store by mode:lina, Poznań – Poland

March 14th, 2016

The designers chose a minimalist and transparent look exposing entire supply of the shop as well as get a sneak peek at sushi master at work through a glazed mezzanine. The colour scheme is inspired by the colours of traditional sushi rolls, black and white with a stripe of colourful triangles coherent with brand’s visual identity.

holyfields restaurant by Ippolito Fleitz Group, Frankfurt

April 19th, 2013

The restaurant concept is complemented by a take-away area. This area is accessed via a separate entrance and is divided from the lounge by large glass shelves. It thus functions independently, yet still feels an integral part of the space.

TacoFino Commissary by Omer Arbel, Vancouver

December 1st, 2012

The orbs were blown to include randomly placed cavities large enough for small plants and lighting fixtures. Small white planters float amongst the orbs, as if they have escaped from the confines of glass. Underneath, benches and stools made from reclaimed wood with white steel legs are decorated with painted table markers and mason jars.

Vero Moda flagship store by Riis Retail, Aarhus – Denmark

September 28th, 2012

The 400 m2 flagship store serves as an important benchmark for the female fashion brands new store concept. Designed by Riis Retail and executed in a joined effort between design team, client and contractor the project sets new standards for combining interior design, functionality and visual merchandizing.

Stylexchange Faubourg by Sid Lee Architecture, Montreal

June 25th, 2012

Stylexchange Faubourg is a retail outlet located in one of the entrances of a Ste. Catherine Street historic food mall. Located right next to Concordia University’s campus in downtown Montreal—a young and vibrant student neighborhood—the boutique blends seamlessly into the urban landscape of this diverse, multicultural part of town.

Mobius for Kristalia by LucidiPevere

June 13th, 2011

Surfaces usually have two sides, but one day a mathematician discovered that it was possible to make a surface with just one side. The geometric shape called “Möbius band” inspired this occasional table in bent sheet metal with black or white lacquer finish. It can be used with or without a glass top, and is available in a clear or smoky grey version. An original combination of algebra and design, Mobius comes in a small or large version, cleverly meeting all requirements.

Espresso lamp by Piers Mansfield-Scaddan

May 16th, 2011

There are espresso addicts all over the world just like there are design lovers. After all, espresso coffee can wake up your senses and make up your day just like good design. That’s what Piers Mansfield-Scaddan thought and tried to transform all what we love about espresso coffee and the characteristic Italian espresso pot, with its curves and metallic brightness, to the perfect lamp. And although Piers Mansfield-Scaddan doesn’t come from Italy but from South Africa, he really made it!