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Bean2Bar chocolatier by Studio Toggle, Kuwait City – Kuwait

06 April 2018 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

The architects devised a simple solution that featured a slender, cellular waffle vault along the longitudinal axis of the store that morphed into a sleek secondary enclosure. This eliminated the need for a conventional ceiling and created an illusion of a greater expanse. The dimensions of the cells of the vault was based on the modular packaging unit used by the chocolatier and this led to new synergies like re-imagining the vault with its cellular modularity as an analogue screen with the cells doubling up as pixels.

Taliwang Bali restaurant by Metaphor Interior Architecture, Jakarta – Indonesia

06 April 2018 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

Eclectic choices of materials in Taliwang Bali restaurant include natural elements that are associated with the origin of Bali cuisine served in this restaurant. Rattan style chairs and varied pendant lamps reflect the authentic and traditional lifestyle that is offered by Bali rural areas; the location of scenic terraced rice paddies.

Sivantos headquarters by PLH & Geyer, Singapore

06 April 2018 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

Beyond the reception area, accent furniture and timber-clad walls punctuate the otherwise white canvas of the interior and soundwaves flow uninterrupted through the 13,260-sq-m workspace in the form of graphics on the glass façades of conference and meeting rooms.

The Fold flagship store by Kinnersley Kent Design, London – UK

06 April 2018 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

The flagship is a true home for the brand and a community hub for its customers. The concept’s focus is on high service delivered in an inspirational and contemporary setting, with the look and feel of a members’ club and hard-working, multi-functional spaces. By day, the central bar, equipped with oversized iPads and power sockets, provides clients with a comfortable space to catch up on emails, or simply grab a water or coffee.

Anex Accessories by mirrolab

05 April 2018 by Camra’s blog 1 comment »

Anex released a new line of accessories in 2017. We were to make packaging for it, so we combined accessories by purpose, each group was given its own color. Blue stands for winter accessories — fur for hoods, clutches; green — for keeping food and drinks — an ice chest, lunch boxes and bottles; pink for bags.

The Coffee House Signature by BODC, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

05 April 2018 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

Therefore, our design is based on that orientation, we created a central coffee bar that our customers could launch their vision to the entire spaces from their sits. Besides, we also have an area that people could use it as a co-working space with nice views of the garden through a large glass frame.

Benetton flagship store, London – UK

05 April 2018 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

Eclipse, Orion, Aurora and Tidal lighting by Lee Broom

05 April 2018 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

Each of the four designs – named Eclipse, Orion, Aurora and Tidal – utilise LED technology. Eclipse is available as a chandelier, table and wall lamp. All feature polished stainless-steel and acrylic discs, which create a soft diffused light.

Crazy Maze by B U G Studio, Bangkok – Thailand

05 April 2018 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

Reinterpreting summer as a time one focuses on oneself, Emporium weaves together everything it loves: art, innovation, cutting-edge technology and good story-telling into a whole new museum where all viewers become exhibited art piece.

Ledu Wine Bar and Restaurant by party/space/design, Bangkok – Thailand

05 April 2018 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

They revamped the existing plating bar and beverage bar by using natural material that are simple and not expensive, such as, bamboo weave. Wooden pillar with iron border was painted in brass and smoking black colour which can make the main counter look sexier and more interesting.

Kensatu label design by formascope design

04 April 2018 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

On the shelf, the tastes are distinguished by different portraits that were carried out through a hand-drawing technique to illustrate the original characters.

BiteToEat restaurant by HAO Design, Taipei City – Taiwan

04 April 2018 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

The assortment of goods are displayed on a modern black iron stand, which is not only convenient for shoppers, but also attracts passing guests to stop and take a look. Next to the “Little Bazaar”, a spiral staircase with ample lighting on top uses the green belt background it creates to lead people into different levels of spatial narratives.

Cuningham Group Architecture Offices, Las Vegas – Nevada

04 April 2018 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

At the office entry, an eye-catching custom Mojave-layered ceiling feature provides a subtle connection to nature and the sedimentary beauty of the desert. Playful lighting such as a lobby feature wall and neon signage – both using LED technology – reflect the vernacular of the entertainment-centered city.

I Gabbiani boutique by AFA Arredamenti, Qualiano – Italy

04 April 2018 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

There are red pads on which shoes are exposed and, higher up, golden and glass shelves, equipped with special lighting strips. The ceiling and the counter where the box is located are dark, while the floor and walls have light-colored colors. Lights and shadows alternate with the aim of highlighting the products on display.

Freenet Trading Center Campus by Preussisch Portugal, Hamburg – Germany

04 April 2018 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

The Hamburg based design company Preussisch Portugal has created an inspiring interior design concept based on the sights of the city: the spacy entrance area resembles the Hamburg Harbour and meetings rooms are based on different parts of the city like the famous red light district „St. Pauli“, the Hanseatic villa district of „Blankenese“, the trendy „Schanze“ and an extensive botanic garden called „Planten un Bloomen“.

The Student Hotel Campus by Masquespacio, Barcelona – Spain

04 April 2018 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

The property was designed in an eclectic style that fuses materials, colors and textures. You’ll recognize some Memphis style with a little bit of Seventies vintage and an industrial aesthetic, among others. Each corner, decorative detail and visual element aspires to blend perfectly with a student lifestyle by being part of their daily activities and aiming to be a source of inspiration for them.

WTF (What-The-Forest!) Club by B U G Studio, Bangkok – Thailand

04 April 2018 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

Recreating a tropical party experience in the heart of the city, WTF Club is the only place you can indulge in AR-Clubbing — getting all high like an all-night party animal — all through innovative technology featuring cool space design, decors, music and performances by top DJs.

Absolut RAW vodka by Pond Design

03 April 2018 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

The iconic Absolut Bottle was screen-printed and to further enhance a handcrafted look, the product logotype was rubber-stamped and then hand-scanned. The bottle has a tinted, smoky hue with a metallic cork and is wrapped in charcoal black paper injected with blue tones.

Grandma Bakery&Cafe by Zemberek Design, Istanbul – Turkey

03 April 2018 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

Dominance of white in different patterns and materials used in the store formed basis of the atmosphere in points of matching up with brand’s corporate identity and supporting the integrated construct. As warm and familiar materials like solid wood and ceramic refer to warm identity of the store, hand-made and distressed brass details are used for supporting brand’s artisan attitude.

Engelhorn Sports redesign by atelier 522, Mannheim – Germany

03 April 2018 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

With 10,000 square meters of retail space on seven floors, Engelhorn Sports in Mannheim belongs to the largest sports houses in Europe. During seven weeks atelier 522 redesigned three floors and created new touchpoints of customer experience. The result is a natural sports world with exciting product stagings, a generous living room atmosphere and great experiences.