Posts Tagged ‘art’

Visun Cullinan Sales Office by Shenzhen TRINITY, Sanya – China

August 2nd, 2018

The sculptural staircase was pained in dusky color, complemented by furnishings of burlywood to continue the idea. The lightings embedded in steps subtlely shows the original intention of design that the architect explores nature to blend in art. In addition to this, a large area of green plants in the room fulfill the long-term ecological principles and life concept of aerobic and low-carbon.

Café Buho branding by Futura.

June 29th, 2018

Using a bright color palette and geometric shapes, we managed to create a brand that attracts attention, which is timeless but appeals to new markets. A different, original and disruptive brand that captivates the consumer. Cafe Buho, a coffee shop with a different approach.

Japanese design art by Zapalgo

June 24th, 2018

Firstly, the figure was placed thrice each time rotated by 120 degrees. Secondly, this rotation was brought to life by rearranging it in height and by expressing it in natural materials: pure metals and natural wood. Such construction is extraordinary because it enabled Zapalgo to create a lamp without using any screws, welds or glue.

Anniversary World store by eleven nine, Hyogo – Japan

June 7th, 2018

An inverted cone shape objet d’art is created with FRP, symbolizing water lily leaves. Three of them were inserted in the middle of the store to build a landmark. A reflective plate is installed at the top of the inverted cone shape, reflecting the illumination light as if the light reflected on water surface is being projected onto the ceiling.

Supreme Store by Neil Logan Architect, New York City

June 2nd, 2018

The skate bowl, a self-supporting site-specific installation was designed and built by Steven Bladgett of the art collective Simparch. The bowl’s complex geometric form was fabricated with the aid of CNC technology.

Continuum3 3D printed chairs by John Briscella

March 30th, 2018

‘Nuum’ takes the classical form and progresses toward something new; in an homage to eames, Briscella adds the mathematical letter ’N’ — a non negative integer. ‘Geofrei’ is geometrical and free. ‘Seafoam’ is calming — the entire collection is one flush with history — past, present, and a 3D printed, highly optimized future.

Tesor store by Studio.J, Bengaluru – India

November 7th, 2017

The brand’s vision was to create a premium space for art lovers to indulge in, a unique destination to meet all their home décor needs, with each artefacts being unique in terms of craftsmanship and legacy.

Arthotel ANA Momentum by DFROST, Göppingen – Germany

August 25th, 2017

A combination of unique interior design with the familiar feeling of arriving at home. Skilfully designed hotels such as the Arthotel ANA Momentum captivate guests without overtaxing or obstructing them. After all, modern hotel guests expect functional, stylish accommodation that is more than a place to rest their heads – it is a place for them to enjoy, feel at home and spend a few precious days of their lives.

#tipic #italiangestures installations by Tipic at Biffi, Milan – Italy

June 5th, 2017

A dynamic wall follows us by creating a real light wave. A flexible mirror warps our image bending depending how we move. A window opens up and reveals us what lies beyond. The result is a playful interactive exploration of objects and space around us.

Dine Art restaurant by Area-17, Hong Kong

February 9th, 2017

The metal mesh bar counter and vintage leather stools act like a filter between the two environments. The essential and still rich furnishing in the dining area serves its purpose without interfering with the real protagonists of the design: food and art.

Motion Exposure by Stephen Orlando

December 28th, 2016

Floating just above the surface of the water and cutting an alien intervention into the natural landscape that surrounds them, the light paths created by photographer Stephen Orlando dip and dive in waves of neon light.

citizenM Tower of London by Concrete Architectural Associates, London – UK

July 14th, 2016

The ground floor is where guests enter and check in at designated terminals, but it also features five homey spaces, replete with comfy seating areas, a television, and even a fireplace, where to relax, mingle, or if you really, really must, get some work done.

Fumi Coffee by Alberto Caiola, Shanghai – China

July 8th, 2016

Rich and dark in color, the ceiling’s ‘fumes’ evoke the depth of the drink itself, winding up and beyond the venue’s glass façade. Lending a sense of movement to the entire space, the installation creates a partially covered area for attractive outdoor seating in warmer weather.

Sushi Loofah Towel by Goodeed Design

July 7th, 2016

The spirit of Sushi represents the art of the food and its purity, just like our brand image (Find a fine day) hope to show, both prove that the practice of life can be simple and flexible.

Tate Modern shop extension by UXUS, London – UK

June 21st, 2016

A bespoke system of stackable furniture modules allows for regular reconfiguration to keep the displays fresh and exciting for visitors, as well as accommodating seating for browsing and events such as book readings and talks.

Peter’s Yard Crispbread packaging by Country

June 17th, 2016

Peter’s Yard Crispbread packaging by Country

Away concept store, New York City

June 16th, 2016

On one end of the store, visitors will enter through the “Stockholm” entrance and on the other end, the “Tokyo” entrance. Geometric accents, wood vs tiled furniture, and a dual-color painted floor distinguishes the two destinations within the store.

Neustar offie by STUDIOS Architecture, San Francisco – California

June 16th, 2016

An anodized aluminum art piece serves as a scrim between stacked conference rooms and the stair, allowing for a sense of privacy without blocking views in or out.

The Olive Co. branding & packaging by Sophie Niman

June 15th, 2016

This re-brand proposal uses poetry and an illustrated olive grain pattern to communicate the story of the olive growing tradition and to showcase The Olive Co’s specialist, unique appreciation of the culture as an art form.

Weaving the Courtyard installation by Escobedo Solíz Studio, New York City

June 15th, 2016

As built, the installation is made up of groups of red and green strands that alternatively extend from high to low across the triangular courtyard, criss-crossing in the middle.