Posts Tagged ‘geometric shapes’

The Platter restaurant by ARTTA Concept Studio, Hong Kong

May 18th, 2018

The restaurant is divided into several areas by the patterns on the ceiling and the floor. The feature ceiling in the buffet corner is one of the most distinctive elements of the design. Part of the linear lines on the ceilings is designed to be concave, in order to enhance the height and bring a sense of space.

Confidential Pharmaceutical Company by The Design Group, Warsaw – Poland

April 25th, 2018

A considerable number of veneered elements harmonizes perfectly well with the Scandinavian style of furniture and subdued, pastel colors. The whole creates a delicate, cozy interior referring to a home character.

Hotel Pullman Berlin Schweizerhof interior by Sundukovy Sisters, Berlin – Germany

January 31st, 2018

Moscow-based studio Sundukovy Sisters employs the geometric shapes and functionality characteristic of the Bauhaus, only to subvert its principles with fantastical ornaments, a bright palette and luxurious materials. Blurring the boundaries between the hotel and the zoological garden, the designers introduce a cast of abstract ‘zoo objets d’art’ to invite more than a touch of whimsy and fantasy to the space.

Nice film technology office by Hejidesign, Shenzhen – China

January 18th, 2018

In the center of open space, an independent room of clear glass seems like future laboratory in Hollywood movies. With light around the glass cube, and curved shape furniture inside, creating an isolated space that people could focus on the project. As a film and video company, a media room for playing its work is indispensable.

Sculptural lighting pendants by Bomma

November 16th, 2017

These lights, launched in 2016, are based on simple geometric shapes, including a circle, a triangle, a rectangle and an oval. The film shows these being produced through the use of wooden moulds. “Phenomena are what you see at first sight, simply transient likenesses of the eternal and thus not truly real,” said Bomma.

Xanverí, the first restaurant of chef César Anca by estudi{H}ac, Madrid – Spain

November 10th, 2017

Xanverí is much more than just a restaurant. It is a culinary proposal in a space filled with tradition and design. The history of the neighbourhood, its origin –which dates back to Napoleonic times– and its architecture are the common thread that inspires José Manuel Ferrero, creative director of estudiHac to create and make this new project unique.

Sport Förg by Konrad Knoblauch GmbH, Friedberg – Germany

November 7th, 2017

The geometric shapes of movement appear everywhere: in the figures, the ceiling lamps in the staircases, as markings on the floor, in the counter and as shelving elements.

ECommPay Office interior by Katz, Riga – Latvia

September 4th, 2017

The office interior contains modern, striking elements and complex geometry: sharplines, bold patterns, circular panels, hexagonal tiles in a checkered layout. The walls are decorated in an eclectic manner, relying on the shapes of linear geometric figures.

Ace & Tate eyewear store by Spacon & X , Copenhagen – Denmark

August 22nd, 2017

Spacon & X found inspiration for the decor by imagining what the studio of avant-garde artist Franciska Clausen would look like. The Danish cubist painter often worked with primary colour combinations.

H – Avenue by Urbanoffice, Bucharest – Romania

May 23rd, 2017

The palette was separated in two colors – black and white, we removed the curtain walls and we focused on the simple rectagular windows; those in turn have received intrusions and differentiated frames, details and subtle visible accents.

Le Cid store by Giraldi Associati Architetti, Doha – Qatar

May 8th, 2017

The space consists of different sales areas defined by geometric shapes that are reflected from the walls through furniture in wooden containers and corten and bronze free standing, while for the floor, a resin with cement effect contrasts marble slabs and parquet.

FongCha tea packaging by Hi Nio

April 17th, 2017

The design of illustrations is inspired by the landscape of the tea plantations-cloudy mountains, vibrant tea shoots, and creatures in the tea garden. One of four scenes, consisting of a landscape of Taiwan tea country, which encourages consumers to collect the four different packages and display them in the room.

Wall Sculptures by Xuan Chen

April 15th, 2017

Her iPad sized wall sculptures consist of layers painted from digitally constructed images. Using spatial arrangements, surprises of light, bright digital colors and geometric shapes, Chen invites you to view her art from different angles and examine the intimate relation between space and you.

Knowhere office by Wanna One, Dénia – Spain

April 4th, 2017

The result is a futurist proposal that answers the idea of the owners: create a singular space, never seen, a space that still does not exist. Because of those concepts, Wanna One has used the joining of the words knowledge and nowhere to create the naming of this new space: Knowhere.

Novelty store by Anagrama, New York

March 11th, 2017

In our treatment for the space, pink tones and height fluctuations along geometrical shapes compose a new style for the brand’s interior design. With the use of various materials including metallic laminant and marble we were able to converse a fluency and depth feeling on to the physical space.

Under Bar Himmel chair collection by the Aalto University students

February 14th, 2017

Each student was given four-, five- and eight-millimetre-thick rods to work with. Working alongside the university’s metal workshop specialists, they all created and welded prototypes, before each was coated and galvanised at the Piliroinen Oy factory in Salo.

Paris Lima department store by Dalziel-Pow, Lima – Peru

January 10th, 2017

Led by the core values of Experimental, Contemporary, Innovative and Engaging, this three-floor store inspires shoppers. The navigation has a highly tactile, premium appeal, taking inspiration from art exhibitions, origami patterns and wellbeing elements such as natural foliage.

MOBI Offices by Axis Architecture, Zionsville – Indiana

December 8th, 2016

The space is a blend of textures. There are warm finishes, like the rustic wood floors and the wood mosaic kitchen backsplash. There are also modern and textural finishes to contrast the rustic – sculptural modular wall panels and a ribbed wallcovering.

Nuts and Peanuts Packages by Ayala Tal

November 28th, 2016

The packages are shaped with geometric shapes of animals, and contain different amount of nuts and peanuts (in wide and thin measures), according to their animals. For example the giraffe package is taller than the lion’s package. The inspiration to the color palette and the ״see through״ holes that created is from the Fashion world and African dresses design.

Chord collection for Bao Bao bag by Issey Miyake

September 25th, 2016

As well as the original triangles, the bags features various interlocking geometric shapes, including the lighting bolts and arrows. But circles sit inside an otherwise empty square within the pattern.