Posts Tagged ‘element’

Insurance Company Offices by TRAZO, Mexico City – Mexico

July 24th, 2018

Clients can be serviced in the meeting rooms adjacent to the reception and waiting area. Beyond, local employees and visitors can move into the large open spaces intermixed with collaborative areas and meeting rooms, having the services relegated into the back of the building where views and natural lighting are scarce.

MARTINI Offices by Il prisma Milano srl, Milan – Italy

July 6th, 2018

The design and architecture of the space, conceived in a style that is extremely contemporary, provide for spaces dedicated to the MARTINI heritage, like the so called “time capsule”, that takes us back to the charm of the 60s, and we are reminded of the faces of the famous people that graced the TERRACE during that time period.

Toomato Italian Kitchen by Design In Motion, Bangkok – Thailand

June 22nd, 2018

The simple material as plastic Christmas ball, plastic tube and hanging thread is use to make the small ‘tomato’ fruit, while other material is use to create warm and cozy feeling in the dining area.

Spazio 21 shop by Silvio Girolamo, Gioia del Colle – Italy

May 9th, 2018

The white color of the parquet and walls in opposition to the tuff of the vaults and recesses, a warm and expressive material of the local architectural tradition, is the predominant element. To give greater lightness to the tuff are conceived simple black hangers surmounted by small square, rectangular or circular shelves.

De Petrus Library, Museum and Community Center by Molenaar&Bol&vanDillen Architects, Vught – The Netherlands

April 18th, 2018

All functions are blended into a large open space which is open to the public. The most striking element is the mezzanine floor. This distinctive element gives the church a new look fitting for its new function. The 500 m2 (5380 sq ft) floor accommodates additional functions such as a study area and meeting rooms.

Software sources office by Alter architects, Ra’anana – Israel

April 12th, 2018

We tried to balance the design between a modern, industrial to a cozy and friendly environment. Since we decided to create an open space, it was very important to handle the acoustics. We used a wooden ceiling to absorb the sound waves in the working space. we also designed a unique panel that was placed between the work stations and served as an acoustic element on which the motto of the company was written.

El Califa taqueria by Esrawe Studio, Mexico City – Mexico

March 30th, 2018

High-shine midnight blue tiling on the ceiling and peripheral walls sets off a rambunctious terrazzo floor, which soaks in the golden circle motif and enlivens the space with a bright ease. Every element has the purpose of engagement – the reflective floor-to-ceiling glass windows and richly textured surfaces in the space are designed to draw the eyes of the crowds of foot traffic walking along the Avenida de los Insurgentes.

Luxottica Group offices by space to be, Tel Aviv – Israel

March 23rd, 2018

The main lobby is warm and welcoming. It has two oval oak pillars, a grey epoxy floor, and oversized pebbles for seating, in grey, beige and sand colours (by SAMRIN). In the product showroom, a neutral white epoxy floor and white furniture were used in order to highlight Luxottica’s eyewear and product line.

Hokkaido Ramen Santouka restaurant by ZYCC, Okinawa – Japan

October 28th, 2016

Hokkaido Ramen Santouka restaurant by ZYCC, Okinawa – Japan

Nacrée restaurant by Kengo Kuma, Miyagi – Japan

June 20th, 2016

The feature of this space is flowers arranged in cylinders made of wooden bar and acryl. Our aim to cast the artistic flowers at center was to create obscure and gentle air in the space by using an unconventional element of architecture.

Hermès ‘Making Waves’ windows by Isabelle Daëron, Tokyo – Japan

June 16th, 2016

In the large front window, Daëron depicts various stages of water, and the characteristics it can take on in the natural world.

Oasis – Destination Oasis windows by CCLR, UK

June 2nd, 2016

To tie in with the brands #DestinationOasis campaign, CCLR were briefed on producing and installing a number of butterfly clad modes of transport and accompanying props.

BNP Paribas Fortis flagship store by bump, Ghent – Belgium

May 9th, 2016

A custom build transparent, interactive, curved LED wall that integrates sliding doors, touch screens and physical objects. For each flagship store it will divide the space differently according to the local constraints.

Sulphur Archive ceramics by Garðar Eyjólfsson

March 20th, 2016

Sulphur Archive ceramics by Garðar Eyjólfsson

Ruth Chris Steak House, SomersetApartment by Metaphor Interior, Jakarta – Indonesia

March 10th, 2016

The Concept of Ruth Chris Steak House design is Contemporary Art Deco With New York Metropolitan feel. The luxurious element of lightning become the focal point of this design.

Selfridges International Service Lounge Lighting Scheme by Illuminationworks, London – UK

March 1st, 2016

Wayfinding is a key element of the lighting scheme, which is used to efficiently move visitors through tax, where transactions are carried out between individuals rarely speaking the same language.

BNK Asset Management Office by D&A partners, Seoul – South Korea

February 26th, 2016

The space was designed as not so cold but soft by using translucent aqua glass material for blocking sight.

Light Installation by Janet Echelman at Lumiere London 2016, London – UK

January 19th, 2016



Janet Echelman Suspends Net Sculpture Over London’s Oxford Circus

Slant Table by Phillip Jividen

January 11th, 2016



The slant table is minimal but expressive in detail,the plank style legs which are the key element of the design, derives from the Bauhaus “straightforward” design approach.

Dental Clinic by Studio 06, San Benigno – Italy

November 18th, 2015



In this project we have search for an element that would make an unique interior space.