Posts Tagged ‘central element’

COSMO PHARMA by Fahrenberger, Gignac – France

May 9th, 2018

The construction materials used also played a big role in the concept’s success. Raw concrete was used for the floor and selected walls. Recycled and varnished wood panels and backless metal shelving structures were used to enhance the aesthetic value of these materials.

Re:Sources/Publicis Groupe Offices by VOX Architects, Moscow – Russia

April 28th, 2018

Gold bar hovering in the rising sun clouds — became the central element of the design of the whole office. The central element is the reception desk in the form of a gold ingot of 999 samples. Stylized lamps with a soft matte light resemble small clouds — the same theme can be traced in the drawings on the walls.

Durstone & Q stand at Cevisama 2018 by VXLAB, Valencia – Spain

March 15th, 2018

This bar is a structural component with an aesthetic function but it also works as a practical meeting point for visitors and costumers. In essence, the stand presents a cohesive space that showcases the main product line, Durstone, as well as the company’s “Q” collection, focusing on youthful and contemporary styles.

Der Salzburger Hof hotel by Raumstory, Salzburg – Austria

July 28th, 2016

The front-counter is the central element in the lobby and combines the check-in-desk with a sweet café, where you can consume regional goodies and the best Viennese coffee. The crafted furniture comes in oak wood and is arranged with colorful traditional „Dirndelkleid“ fabrics.

Ace & Tate flagship store by Occult Studio, Utrecht – Netherlands

February 3rd, 2016

All furniture and accessories in the store are custom-made, including an oak counter and a static grid of tube lights on the ground floor. Glasses are displayed on a minimal wall-mounted shelving system by Berlin-based studio New Tendency, with round mirrors integrated into the display.

Textilerei showroom by Yalla Yalla!, Mannheim – Germany

December 9th, 2015

With the application of only a few materials and the reduced use of colours, the concept creates a minimalistic design with the character of a pop-up-shop.

JvantSpijker Office, Rotterdam – Netherlands

November 11th, 2015



JvantSpijker’s renovated office includes a meeting room topped with an indoor garden

Fleur De Vie Pharmacy by Sartoretto Verna, Esch-sur-Alzette – Luxembourg

May 5th, 2015

Fleur De Vie Pharmacy (“Flower of Life”) owned by Dr. Benoit Stouffs is situated near to the center Esch Sur Alzette, Luxemburg.

Campos Pharmacy by e|348, Póvoa de Varzim – Portugal

January 9th, 2013

The remodeling aims to give the space the conditions required for quality and comfort to be used for commercial purposes, specifically to the installation of a drugstore – Farmácia Campos e Salvador Lda.