Posts Tagged ‘scandinavian design’

The Treehouse Project workspace by SFD, London – UK

April 3rd, 2016

A focus on detail was key for us to ensure that the signature bleached wood finish was consistent throughout the building while creating a contemporary backdrop. Creativity Vs productivity was a key factor within the brief and this is reflected through mini pockets of play throughout the space.

HYGGE watches design by Major W.M. Tse

November 20th, 2014

The very expression of Hygge, a minimalist Scandinavian Design and quality chronograph watches. Featured by his diamond-pattern case side reflecting the facade of the architectural Taastrup Theater, Major Tse offered all his talents with a direct inspiration from the Danish architectural and industrial design and a rare sense of the details.

Bread & Butter Berlin 2013 Summer – Minus

September 3rd, 2013

Minus was founded in 1998 and celebrating our 15th year anniversary this year we make a strong statement with our identity being more clear than ever.

WOODi furniture by Polina Balashova

August 19th, 2013

WOODi furniture is created by inspiration of the Scandinavian design tradition, implementing new and original perspective. Our business started when founders tried to furnish their homes, they didn’t like the stuff they could afford and they couldn’t afford the stuff they liked.

Spareparts flagship store by Cutler, Calgary – Canada

May 13th, 2013

The design has many influences, from mid-century modern to Scandinavian design while still feeling right at home in its Canadian environment. A few of our favorite features include the black & white “fake” breeze block graphic, the custom light fixture over the cash desk and the pops of bright royal blue on the fixtures.

Norwegian Official Residence by Dis. interiørarkitekter, Colombo – Sri Lanka

March 3rd, 2013

The main objective of the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in all of its projects is that most of the furniture, lighting and other essential elements shall promote Norwegian design. The concept was designed around preserving the building’s character and let the furniture and lighting be a contrast to emphasize the two different worlds that come together here.

Electrolux stand at IFA 2012 by D’art Design Gruppe, Berlin

December 27th, 2012

On one side, warm colour hues and haptically emotional materials disclose the AEG space, whereas on the other side, Electrolux offers a clear contrast with a large and spacious brand space in Scandinavian Design.

Furniture family by Vida Útil

August 1st, 2012

Our first collection is a family of furniture for the new spaces: A coat stand, a bookcase, a coffee table and a side table. This furniture was designed for young spaces where the primary is to share, enjoy and relax.