Posts Tagged ‘colour palette’

Infused bottle by Alison Congdon

May 30th, 2018

The design focuses on the simplicity of the ingredients and the colour palette differentiates between the function each recipe has on the body.

The Fairmont Penthouse by Inhouse, South Africa – Cape Town

March 9th, 2018

The astounding circular stairwell allows easy access to the breath-taking rooftop which has exceptional views of the Sea Point surroundings. Made of strongly curved steel coated in black and floated on a marble plinth, the stairwell was designed to “make the journey to this area of the apartment more profound, thanks to the introduction of a sculptural element”.

ABC department store by Kinnersley Kent Design, Lebanon – Beirut

February 28th, 2018

Taking inspiration from Beirut’s unique and distinctive personality, the store concept is based upon juxtapositions, energy and theatre. The interiors are a vibrant mix of glamour, elegance and sophistication, with standout materials that contrast the gritty with the glamorous. The resulting aesthetic is premium, bold and contemporary, with an urban edge.

Sources Unlimited office by Hiral Jobalia Studio, Mumbai – India

February 28th, 2018

The first step to the design was to carefully, consider the space and derive space efficient solutions with meticulous detailing that could optimize the client’s requirement. This design concept translated into a comfortable decor with neutral colors where use of color has been primarily attributed to complement the décor.

Capital Economics office by Oktra, London – UK

May 8th, 2017

They wanted a light and timeless interior with an elegant front of house. Oktra proposed using a conservative colour palette of warm timbers and grey tones with subtle branding to create a classic and sophisticated design.

Galvin Greenman restaurant by DesignLSM, Chelmsford – UK

December 5th, 2016

We created a sophisticated dining room that envelopes the entire rear of the pub, alongside housing a modern kitchen and back of house facilities in the central hub, perfectly positioned to service both the bar and dining rooms situated on opposite sides of the building.

Silk Road Tea boutique by Cutler, Vancouver – Canada

November 28th, 2016

Less is more with plenty of space to breathe for the overall feel of this store concept and the journey is touched and smelled in this project’s spatial setting.

Superdrug: the Spåa Retreat gift box by Seymourpowell

November 14th, 2016

Seymourpowell took their inspiration from the elemental qualities of Scandanavian landscapes and from modern Scandanavian design to instil the range with a sense of absolute quality and premiumness. This can be seen in the minimal colour palette of white and taupe, the clean and elegant lines of the design, an evocative pebble graphic and subtle metallic copper foiling, all of which reference the traditional crafts and natural horizons of Scandinavia.

Mythos Restaurant by Yellow Office Architecture, Craiova – Romania

November 10th, 2016

Material wise, the ceramic tiles utilised for the circulation spaces towards the seating areas are complemented by the soft wooden flooring upon which the tables are placed, as well as the rich, soft velvet of the seating itself.

DSN securities office by Design 360, Chandigarh – India

September 10th, 2016

A solid-void partition allows glimpses into the work area which consist of workstations arranged in a large hall in an open plan setting. The hall encompasses all the primary office functions including a conference room, strategically placed to allow view from the office area, and yet occupying an exclusive, individual space.

First Base pizza by Inhouse Brand Architects, Cape Town – South Africa

September 2nd, 2016

The custom-made tiles, in muted shades of orange, green and blue along with grey, white and brown, cascade along a feature wall and over the central part of the flooring, making a powerful statement and adding a twist of fun and creativity to the space.

Mamas & Papas showroom by Dalziel & Pow, London – UK

August 12th, 2016

The store is organised into ‘worlds’ based around key customer shopping missions, beginning with ‘Baby Fashion’ – a welcoming, eclectic fashion boutique featuring a beautiful reclaimed wood floor and found furniture pieces.

Made for Life branding by Kingdom & Sparrow

August 1st, 2016

These illustrations and colour palette were used as a bright, bold addition to the otherwise clean, simple, high end look we developed with them.

Liebherr India office by Defacto Architects, Navi Mumbai – India

July 20th, 2016

We coped with a large number of structural walls and their dead surfaces by artificially cladding them with extruded fluting strips to make them appear as cargo containers which are placed as volumes in the space.

Jurlique store by Akin Creative, Sydney – Australia

July 19th, 2016

Taking cues from the Jurlique farm and the Adelaide Hills, the materials are a mix of natural, handmade and highly textured finishes including silver travertine, Tasmanian oak, brushed brass and terracotta tiles.

Ensemble café by Phoenix Wharf, Somerset – UK

July 16th, 2016

Using the dashes and patterns of the animal illustrations Phoenix Wharf formed a bespoke visual signature using a series of laser cut brass panels. The patinated effect references the natural ethos of the brand and creates a sense of harmony between the new interior and the old building.

Park Apartments by Katz Interiors, Jurmala – Latvia

July 12th, 2016

These modern style interiors were inspired by modern artists and the seaside of Jurmala. This interior is the author’s vision of a modern resort style.

Soho China office & showroom by Aim Architecture, Shanghai – China

July 12th, 2016

The lounge features soft furnishings in slate grey, mustard yellow and rust orange, sat upon custom-designed carpets with a geometric print. A strip of blonde wood meeting tables separates the lounge area’s sofas from an exhibition space along the opposite wall.

Sonoma Cafe Woollahra by U+I Building Studio, Sydney – Australia

July 7th, 2016

The colour palette is kept in line with the previous Sonoma cafe fitouts and is dominated by natural, dark and warm tones. We’ve used brushed copper that harmonises with the colour and texture of the breads, combined with a black background to highlight the products.