Tuesday, March 31, 2015
" We designed new furnishings for the sixth-floor hall of the Tod’s store on Omotesando, in Tokyo. The open, airy space is surrounded by large windows, so we designed frame-like furnishings reminiscent of the buildings visible outside, jostling together in various shapes and sizes. We used mirrors to reflect the exterior light and landscape,allowing us to bring the outside world into the hall even more vividly. The hall is used for a variety of functions including press conferences and special events, so the furnishings can be arranged freely for different purposes, then stored away compactly when not in use. The transparent acrylic ceiling panels can easily be substituted with panels in other materials and colours, enabling flexible redesign of the space to suit the content and themes of future exhibitions......more
Monday, March 30, 2015
As the name suggests, Ollie’s vision was inspired by the nostalgia of traditional agricultural environments. The design has been developed to suit the simple yet exquisitely made British menu, which together create a distinctive and easy dining experience..........more
Sunday, March 29, 2015
The Brinkworth concept takes inspiration from Dabbous’ unique culinary style and created a raw, industrial space with simple, confident graphics and branding. The coherent visual language connects the restaurant and basement cocktail bar, ensuring a strong overall presence of this bold, successful establishment........more
Saturday, March 28, 2015
Solution: First of all we designed a brand based on the drop of olive oil, the main product of the Mediterranean kitchen and Kessalao’s. Secondly, through the space we wanted to transmit a fresh and modern design with materials that remind to natural food, like pine wood and elements very typical for the Mediterranean countries like raffia. A palette of colors popular for Germans was used on the client’s request representing the Mediterranean lifestyle.........more
Friday, March 27, 2015
Thursday, March 26, 2015
Headquarters Interior Design | Coca- Cola's new Head Quarters | Wimpole Street | London | Morey Smith
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Corporate Office Interior Design | Blue Communications | Montreal Canada | Anne Sophie Goneau Design
The mandate was to section different work zone to create a stimulating environment, favourable to creation and encourage communication between each user. The open space allows each user to benefit the spatiality of each area, the natural light from high fenestration and the panoramic view on Montreal. A white universe was opted with all its splendour for a space that brings serenity and lightness for each user.......more
The execution of the design begins with the storefront. The shop’s ground floor location on the colorful street of Mont-Royal impelled the creation of a space that is distinguished by its neutrality, acting as a monochromatic backdrop to the vibrancy of both the street and the pastries within. The neutral gray interior elevates the wonderful shapes, textures, and hues of the products on display. This voluntary restraint isolates the senses, and the focus becomes only the pastries themselves; the customer almost begins to taste with their eyes!........more
Sunday, March 22, 2015
A laser-cut blackened steel canopy at the entrance to the office begins the exercise with computer code patterns that create a striking visual matrix and divide the front into reception and waiting areas. The custom-fabricated concrete reception desk eschews traditional forms and substitutes a sweeping sculptural elegance offset by the wit of a desk-lamp chandelier. In the basement a lounge and bar provide a cozy in-house retreat for Giant Pixel’s staff and visitors.
Upstairs a suspended fireplace and chimney create another arresting focal point evolving into mid-area workstations, a conference room, private break cabanas and finally a coffee counter at the back. Each area is spatially discreet, but each informs the other through proximity, light—and in the case of the fireplace: warmth. Throughout Giant Pixel’s office one design thought prevails: that small spaces may acquire richness through an abundance of uses and careful orchestration of detail......more
Saturday, March 21, 2015
Corporate Office Interior Design | Airport Regional Head Office | "Lighthouse", Moscow, Russia | VOX Architects
As the office is situated in a reconstructed printing-house, in the very center of it there are still left bracing V-shaped beams. One of those is transformed into a white abstract form, and the other, in a symbolic fin of an airplane.
The colors of the interiors are cold, but due to multi-level lightning it really feels cozy inside. These comforting feelings are enhanced by ash wood used in the decoration of floors and cabinets, wooden wall panels. ........more
Friday, March 20, 2015
Carefully placed light sources add to the theatrical yet cozy atmosphere.Part of the doors were used as fence to the building sites hence the graffiti and the extreme wear on some of them. We left most of the doors as we found them while only the shades of a few were altered to meet the discreet three tones color scheme of the design (white, blue, red)
buildings, unfortunately. Our approach is an attempt to keep some memories of the disappearing past......more
former decoration so we had to imagine a contemporary yet reverent to the past one. we found inspiration in the around the corner 1400 gothic cathedral from which we replicated the wainscot in a fresh and surprisingly un-gothic light blue. But here stops the historicism. all the composition is based on irony and contrast.The60’s Scandinavian style furniture matches surprisingly to the Gothic (possibly the same elegance and lightness of the structure)The roughness of the exposed old beams ceiling is counterpointed by the elegant marble bar counter, the massive aluminum pendants stand up in front of the gothic curves, the opulent main room gets more value by its vicinity to the rustic one........more
Thursday, March 19, 2015
objects and art pieces by Ukrainian artists, sculptors, ceramists, designers. The owners of MDECOR, Sergiy and Vlada Makhno, offer customers what they personally find emotionally appealing, things that bear their own quality mark.
An elongated space of the showroom is divided into two sections — a presentation gallery and a storage area — with a high partition in between, adorned with decorative concrete panels. Under the partition, there is a working area comprising a desk with a transparent glass desktop on wooden beamsturnedlegs.
cabinets/stands with concrete tops, tinted rusty iron cubes of a shelving system, trunks of Zakarpattya silver fir converted into display stands) were designed by Sergiy Makhno.
Sergiy’s original installation of wild cherry twigs hanging on the cables floats above the working area. One of the twigs stands out: coloured mint, it symbolizes a unique nature of every object offered by MDECOR......more