Posts Tagged ‘Capsule’

Virgin Hyperloop One capsule by Designworks

May 17th, 2018

The seats also include integrated heating and cooling, and passengers can enjoy personalised entertainment through built-in displays. Designworks took design cues from traditional Arabic patterns for the interior, in a bid to combine a futuristic vision with intentional cultural references.

Internet / Manga Café & Capsule Hotel by fan Inc., Tokyo – Japan

June 23rd, 2015



The new style Internet / Manga cafe has been set up in Shinjuku area in Tokyo.

Blackout Capsule Collection by Moncler

September 17th, 2014

French-Italian label Moncler teams up with UK-based photographer Dan Holdsworth for a capsule collection consisting of classic down-stuffed jackets, snow pants, boots and bags.

Capsule store by Prospace Design Studios, Melbourne – Australia

June 8th, 2014

The shop front, consisting of large lattice like screens made up of black metal rods, encased in a timber frame, and enclosed within a ceramic tiled portal, creates a substantial impact on entry to the store.

Safilo glasses capsule collection by Marc Newson

April 16th, 2014

To celebrate its 80‐year anniversary, Safilo introduces a special series of glasses created in collaboration with Marc Newson, which was unveiled during Salone del Mobile in Milan.

The Pavilion at the Library of Birmingham by Myerscough and Morgan, UK

November 13th, 2013

Erected on site in just two weeks and entirely hand-crafted, the timber single-storey structure is topped with neon signs emblazoned with words that originated from workshops held with youth arts group Birmingham 2022.

Capsule Hotel by Sigma Architectural Design, Kyoto

June 14th, 2013

Erected on a six-metre-wide city-centre site, this capsule hotel sets new standards for what is a typically Japanese form of accommodation. The name, “9h Hotel”, indicates the recommended duration of stay, namely nine hours: seven for sleep and an hour each for showering and grooming.

Capsule Hotel, Moscow

February 3rd, 2013

The hotel features fifty cramped, windowless pods, some of which can fit up to three people. Based loosely on the concept of Japanese “capsule hotels,” each 2–meter pod contains a bed, shelf, lamp, small wardrobe and table.