Archive for July, 2016

Hoogan et Beaufort restaurant by APPAREIL architecture, Montreal – Canada

July 31st, 2016

Raw materials such as steel, wood and concrete, were selected to complement with the spirit of the place. The style is simple, but warm, and signed by Kim Pariseau, Founding Architect of APPAREIL architecture.

Orchid Bowl bowling centre by Kyoob-id, Singapore

July 31st, 2016

The futuristic interior design is aesthetically refreshing as it is one of the first bowling centres in Singapore to have adopted this look. The innovative design is complemented with exciting new features such as the centre’s new bowling system from QubicaAMF, providing customers with a state-of-the-art and unique bowling experience; and thus meeting the intended objectives of Orchid Bowl for this bowling centre.

Timing Home experience center by Peng Zheng Design, Guangzhou – China

July 31st, 2016

The experience center is consist of five areas ,art gallery, drinking area, reading area, life experience area and business negotiation area. In addition to information about real estate and show flat, a variety of art creation about “home” are interspersed in the center, which is achieve the fusion of experience and functionality of each area.

Profane hybrid object by Richard Yasmine

July 31st, 2016

It’s a multifunctional product with an edgy concept, consisting of multiple-sized concrete domes as bowls and marble discs as trays connected to removable conical metaphorical tubes or legs made of brass, mechanically turned representing architectural forms and shapes.

Soda Bloc store by TDC&Co. Midrand – South Africa

July 31st, 2016

The dark ceiling space and perimeter bulkheads draw focus to the product and make the space feel more contained. Tone of voice, consistent to the customer’s natural expression, was applied within the store.

Dresses store by Think Forward, Burgas – Bulgaria

July 29th, 2016

To transform it into a simple, elegant and luxurious store, a four metres high scenography shell, inspired by Italian architectural details, was created. The design includes a marble floor, an arcade, columns/stands, walls imitating floor intarsia.

Levi’s pop up Tailor Shop Workshop at Selfridges by Lucky Fox, London – UK

July 29th, 2016

Featuring chunky plywood work benches, shelves and cork board display cases, the space had a workshop feel, where customers could consult with the in house tailors and customise their Levi’s jeans and jackets with patches, rips and trims.

Papa’s Youth Hostel by He Wei, Lishui – China

July 29th, 2016

The “rooms within rooms” is the rooms that can “walk”. There is a set of universal wheels under the structure plate, young people can move the mobile structures and reconstruct space.

Mercedes Me branding by Thread Design

July 29th, 2016

Additionally, the team created a logo for the sophisticated cocktail bar and lounge, Lighthaus, that takes a literal approach to the bar’s ‘lighthouse’ moniker and features a focused, yet roaming beam of light.

El Ateneo Grand Splendid bookstore by Francesco Manzone, Buenos Aires – Argentina

July 29th, 2016

Much of the architectural splendour of the original structure, including artistic and sculptural details, as well as the auditorium lighting has been maintained, with thousands of books lining the walls of the mezzanine levels that offer views of the entire interior.

Madera Cafe by Stefano Tordiglione Design, Hong Kong

July 29th, 2016

The interiors have been created mainly in wood for a light, clean and natural feel and in a nod to the café’s name – madera is the Spanish for wood.

BIOTOPIA Wireless 360 Audio exhibition by WGNB, Seoul – South Korea

July 29th, 2016

Omnidirectional sound breaks the silence on the surface of water to create various waves that are projected on the ceiling to transfer free sound moving from one device to another to the graphic of creating actual sound instead of artificial graphic with UX element.

El Bulli Lab by Francesc Rifé Studio, Barcelona – Spain

July 29th, 2016

Separate spaces including a meeting area, cloakroom and boardroom are contained within polycarbonate modules, which feature panels that slide open.

Rising Balance candleholder by Laura Bin

July 29th, 2016

The Rising Balance candleholder inspires the dynamic between two great elements: earth and fire. While your tea light burns and becomes lighter, the circular stone follows the movement downwards. While in transition, the two elements remain in constant equilibrium.

Trend Optik by Csiszér Design, Sopron – Hungary

July 29th, 2016

The long and dominant but still simple desk helps serving nice and neat. The counter at the back is right opposite the entrance. Darkish tones of the wall and accessories with wood and pleasant lighting make the look complex.

Der Salzburger Hof hotel by Raumstory, Salzburg – Austria

July 28th, 2016

The front-counter is the central element in the lobby and combines the check-in-desk with a sweet café, where you can consume regional goodies and the best Viennese coffee. The crafted furniture comes in oak wood and is arranged with colorful traditional „Dirndelkleid“ fabrics.

Yuheng Tea brand identity & packaging by Onion Design Associates

July 28th, 2016

Yuheng Tea brand identity & packaging by Onion Design Associates

Green Ladder pavilon by Vo Trong Nghia Architects, Sydney – Australia

July 28th, 2016

The pavilion acts as a physical link connecting visitors and nature. Ultimately becomes more than form, function and beauty, but a catalyst between human – nature.

Casa Alitalia lounges by Studio Marco Piva, Rome, Milan – Italy

July 28th, 2016

The intense, all-encompassing perception fully reflects those characteristics Italy is renowned for. Both the form and the idea of a gateway leading into Casa Alitalia are reflected in the concept of a large doorway leading into an italian building, a passage that takes guest from the chaotic airport environment, into a calm, inviting, sophisticated space.

Hex – Roll organiser by Saif Faisal

July 28th, 2016

‘Hex’ is a new typology of product; which could be quite dear to Architects, Designers and Artists; it can beautifully organize those unruly rolls of drawings and sketches in the studio.