Posts Tagged ‘wood shelves’

Segni Living Collection by Zampieri

April 4th, 2017

The bookcase is a harmonious and airy variation of horizontal and vertical lines, made with aluminium frames and curve wood shelves like a tray.

The Barkbershop Pet Grooming Studio & Cafe by Evonil Architecture, Jakarta – Indonesia

September 17th, 2016

Simple, colorful, clean, and wood shelves line surrounds all the interior walls. A full monotone gray color at the cafe flooring to keep the flooring looks clean.

Ölmühle an der Havel Store by Fabian Lefelmann, Berlin – Germany

July 10th, 2015



The Ölmühle an der Havel is an oil factory that recently opened a new outlet in Berlin Kreuzberg.

Sbing Sa Office by Atelier Perrottet, Geneva – Switzerland

June 21st, 2015



L’Atelier Perrottet, a young and innovative Geneva based interior design firm, was asked by the Swiss civil engineer firm sbing sa to design and create a whole open space for their new offices in the heart of Geneva.

TAOA Studio by Tao Lei Architecture Studio, Beijing

June 12th, 2013

Office is designed as a large open space, there is no room to make a rigid partition, work area, conference area, lounge and reception area. There is a huge wood shelves as space defined, a transparent large office bookcase trying to create a free and open work space, making it with happiness, equality, open working atmosphere.

Prada flagship store by Roberto Baciocchi, Moscow

March 28th, 2012

The new outlet is one of its biggest in Europe, measuring approx 1,470 sqm. spread over three floors, and is designed by house architect Roberto Baciocchi Featuring Prada’s signature aesthtetics, the ground floor has a black + white marble chequered flooring, laid out in a kinetic design.

Express new concept store at King Of Prussia, by Wonderwall

July 21st, 2011

Wonderwall has created a new concept store for Express retail chain in King of Prussia Mall. The design concept used for Express is a refined chic that creates an individual space via forward-thinking design. Style is showcased throughout the 13,000-sq.-ft. retail space, dividing key categories and outfitting according to gender.