Posts Tagged ‘bamboo’

Zhongshuge bookstore by X+Living, Chengdu – China

June 16th, 2017

After the curtain wall it is a space full of “bamboo shaped book shelves”. The wall follows the using of stable bookshelf shape of Zhongshuge, which makes visitors feel familiar even though it was their first time to come.

Tredia China office space by Mitsuhiro Shoji, Shanghai – China

May 3rd, 2017

Controlled by a pure white color, the interiors were developed by Mitsuhiro Shoji as various spaces defined by movable mesh panels and furniture laid out in a limited square meter.

Woven Hostel buildings by Anna Heringer, Baoxi – China

April 30th, 2017

A total of three structures explored bamboo used in contemporary ways. Unlike traditional houses that hide mud behind fake facades, this project celebrated the beauty of bamboo in its exposed and natural form.

Sustainable table by Made in Ratio

March 29th, 2017

The tabletop has been crafted from bamboo plywood, chosen because bamboo is considered more sustainable than other timbers and grasses. The brand does plan to release more tabletops in solid woods and stones later this year. Each of the legs is designed with a triangular attachment point, which means that they can support the structure in any formation once the tabletop is in place.

Surendri flagship store by Sorted Design Studio, Gurugram – India

February 27th, 2017

On the other hand the inverted runways with mannequins on the ceiling, the pac-man light gives a contemporary feel to the entire setting as well as reflects the designer’s experience and existence in the modern Indian fashion industry.

Koi Japanese Sushi Train by BHO interiors, Perth – Australia

January 22nd, 2017

We have gone with the darker tones and hard materials complementing light timber and natural bamboo with an open kitchen concept overlooking the restaurant allow customers to observe the sushi chef in action. Custom made suspended feature mesh ceiling as well as cooper pipe lightings over the booth seatings were designed for this project.

Hui Origin of Everything installation by C.DD, Foshan – China

January 9th, 2017

Visitors could come into this space alone through a narrow entrance, walk slowly and circle the space with the playing of background music which has a sense of ritual. While looking through the gaps between the bamboos, semi-finished Chinese Southern lion and Chinese leather drum placed in the centre could be seen; it is like a journey from outside to inside of both your inner self and the environment.

Manolo Blahnik store by Nick Leith-Smith, Kuala Lumpur

December 3rd, 2016



Transforming a traditional material used in furniture making and artisan scaffolding, Leith-Smith uses a forest of bamboo as the central motif for the space.

Rosemoo Office by Cun-Design, Beijing – China

November 17th, 2016

Bamboo is vital in compartmentalizing different zones. It is important to divide the 3000-meter square of office environment into various individual areas according to their unique functions.

The Lychee take away restaurant by barmade Interior Design, Lucerne – Switzerland

October 22nd, 2016

The handmade lampshades, the tables and the wooden grid on the wall are made out of bamboo, a very sustainable and fast growing popular construction material in Asia. The petrol on the wall reminds of the pretty beaches of Thailand with it’s beautiful blue weather and it’s endless sky.

Manolo Blahnik store by Nick Leith-Smith, Tokyo – Japan

October 17th, 2016

The focal element is an impressive installation, typical of timber and bamboo scaffold structures but realized here in crisscrossed folded wooden slats. Interlacing they connect walls and
ceilings, imperceptibly supporting shelves and acting as hangers.

Treehouse Suite at Playa Viva Sustainable Boutique Hotel by Deture Culsign, Playa Icacos – Mexico

September 28th, 2016

The villa’s palm-tree-pierced, clay tile roof and exposed wood beams provide a textural ceiling for the lounge and bathroom, where locally sourced wood becomes countertop, carved stone is the vessel sink and hand-laid pebbles create the graphic shower floor.

White Sail Hotel by Shenzhen Rongor Design & Consultant Co., Shenzhen – China

September 21st, 2016

The use of bamboo finishes, bamboo lamps, flower arrangement in Zen style, in conformity with the green, creates a touch of leisure and a touch of elegance.

Kusa tea set by Kengo Kuma for Georg Jensen

September 19th, 2016

Kuma used bamboo – a traditional material in Asia – to create the stirrer, and hammered silver for the circular tray. A criss-cross latticework of silver covers the oxidised vessels.

Yakiniku Sora restaurant by Mitsuhiro Shoji, Shenzhen – China

September 14th, 2016

A door of steel mesh welcomes the visitors to Yakiniku Sora, a restaurant designed under the wabi-sabi concept—rustic simplicity—where minimalism is combined with warm natural objects and materials.

Soma Glass Water Bottle

August 23rd, 2016

The Soma glass water bottle is lightweight and durable, holds 17 oz. and features a soft silicone sleeve. Our natural bamboo cap is leak-proof and made from a renewable resource. The smooth mouth design delivers a comfortable drinking experience.

Ma’s Kitchen restaurant by Chengdu Hummingbird Design Consultant, Chengdu – China

August 16th, 2016

The architectural design tries to avoid artificial elements in building appearance and patterns as much as possible, whatever they are outside surfaces or entrances. The building appearance can become gentle and exquisite by installing simple bamboo screens, ensuring good day-lighting and removing deliberate assemblies.

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.

Energy Pavilion by Five Line Projects, London – UK

June 22nd, 2016

Threaded onto the poles are propeller-shaped pinwheels which, when twisted, create a ripple of motion through wheels on adjacent poles – similar to some traditional children’s toys.

KIMONO Japanese restaurant by NH Village Architects, Hanoi – Vietnam

June 13th, 2016

The traditional technical skills of craftsmen have been applied to make the architectural elements, including not only doors and partition walls but also ceiling and handrails. Each element comes together to create a unique but comfortable space.