Posts Tagged ‘flexible elements’

TOWOdesign Studio, Shanghai – China

May 16th, 2018

The combination of the desk and the tree has become the interior landscape of the entire space and also forms an echo with the green outside to reduce the tension in the office. The entire wall of the shelves are unwillingly boring, in a practical framework, resulting in a wave of fluctuations, like a cliff, as the slope.

CISE offices by Angel Blanco + Jacobo Gomis, Santander – Spain

September 17th, 2015

All the essential spaces are arranged around the square, like the Entrepreneurship hall, which, thanks to a movable glass curtain, can be converted as public or private as desired. Here is also where elements in which the color palette has a major influence are incorporated.

Timberland store by Green Room, Barcelona

June 14th, 2013

The main challenge put to Green Room in developing the marketplace concept was to evolve the existing Timberland store design format, whilst retaining the authenticity of the brand while providing greater flexibility across different territories/markets, a greater use of layering to give a sense of ‘lightness’ in store, creating a visual and sensory shift within store, and facilitating emotional storytelling through product and lifestyle displays.

Kaiseki table by Alessandro Isola & Supriya Mankad from I M Lab

March 5th, 2013

The table has been designed such that the surface becomes part of the meal experience. Modular metal elements slot into the central section of the table and can be changed very easily numerous times through the course of the meal itself.