Posts Tagged ‘dark-wood’

Charlotte’s Speakeasy by studioBIG, Farmingdale – New York

June 11th, 2018

The design of the speakeasy carries through the colors and character of the yogurt shop and the historic wood-frame building that houses both establishments. Upstairs, sunny yellows and blues convey charm and hospitality; downstairs, glamorous gold and rich navy act as their sultry, adult versions. Dark wood and painted tin ceilings add to the effect.

Hyatt Place Hotel Shanghai New Hongqiao by BLVD International, Shanghai – China

May 31st, 2018

In interweave and resonance of modernism and retro elegance, Reception Lobby shows the tolerance and pattern of flowing times. Tall and straight outlines and large areas of mosaic stone parquet create an elegant atmosphere of the background space.

Gyu Shige Japanese Restaurant by Kingsmen, Ho Chi Minh city – Vietnam

February 23rd, 2018

Separated into three levels, the ground floor and first floor are designed as open space, where guests seat together to reanimate the atmosphere of street vendors; while the partitioned bench seating on the side on ground floor offers more privacy for bigger groups. The space is filled with the artworks and paintings flowing freely to make the dining space become lively.

Universal Partnerships & Licensing booth by Glow Exhibitions, Las Vegas – Nevada

July 19th, 2014

The design featured several new updates for 2014, including new dark wood paneling, new trusses, eight updated meeting suites and an updated conference room, a new front wall featuring a floating minions display, and a touch screen, interactive game at the front near reception to draw in foot traffic from the show floor.

New Design Agency Allianz by Crea International and DINN!, Milan – Italy

October 10th, 2013

The brand values of quality, clarity, modernity and elegance were channeled through the set of all finishing materials. The choice of these elements has been studied in detail to create a refined environment: light and dark wood and steel give life to a welcoming atmosphere consistent with the professionalism of Allianz.

Ubiq Philadelphia by Architecture at Large

June 21st, 2011

It is risky to try to express luxury for an 18-28-year-old, wealthy male audience – and not turn them totally off. Rafael de Cardenas of New York’s Architecture at Large took on this challenge with the rebuilding of Ubiq Philadelphia, the destination of choice for sneakerheads from far and wide.