Posts Tagged ‘greenery’

DWA NBD Studio by Dan Webster Architecture, Melbourne – Australia

May 4th, 2018

The building (circa early 1900’s) has a colorful history of many forms of retail and industry, which attributed to its industrial canvas. Simone’s soft approach to furniture selection and styling effortlessly compliments the vision. The rich features and textures, combined with the exposed beams, brickwork and greenery, provide a space that is light, harmonious and a gift to creativity.

Eset Offices by The Design Group, Kraków – Poland

April 18th, 2018

Wood, concrete and black wall casings are the interior’s distinctive elements. Greenery appearing in resting zones and corridors adds life to an austere interior, and a wooden openwork structure in the kitchen creates a truly cozy, café climate. The corporate color appearing in interior furnishings overcomes a subdued climate of the interior.

Yaposhka restaurant by Canape, Kharkiv – Ukraine

April 10th, 2018

The main space-forming element was the skeleton — a key element of Japanese aesthetics. The help of the whole factory was needed for its manufacture, and the total length of the pipes of the whole structure was almost five kilometers. In contrast to brutal, “street” materials such as brick and concrete, all furniture in the interior is smooth, tactile and made of natural materials — wood and plywood.

Aesop Jiyugaoka store by Ciguë, Tokyo – Japan

March 2nd, 2018

Translucent resin shelving lines the walls as a nod to the bullhead tracks, and large framed allow in floods of daylight, offering a tonal complement to both the railway lines and Aesop’s amber glassware.

Takeway M11 by Vidmantas Kanciauskas and Taura Serksnaite, Vilnius – Lithuania

February 13th, 2018

The live vegetation has been chosen as the main idea of ​​the interior of the restaurant. In view of the fact that plants reflect the concept of the restaurant menu, the elements of greenery are predominant: live flower pots and several types of real moss compositions.

Woolrich store by Andrea Cané & Wonderwall, Milan – Italy

January 23rd, 2018

The chosen aesthetic of the Woolrich shop is predominantly defined by light colours and simple materials, such as wood, glass and metal. Furnishings comprise of wooden and steel shelves, while the building’s concrete pillars are encased in transparent glass.

Origami booth by Novoceram for Cersaie 2017

January 16th, 2018

Origami has its own narrative force, that reflects a philosophy close to Novoceram values: a savoir-faire to transform raw material into sculptural and poetic work which requires patience, precision and dexterity.

Prysmian headquarters by Maurizio Varratta Architetto, Milano – Italy

January 16th, 2018

The most distinctive feature of the Prysmian Group’s headquarters in Milan are the triple-height glasshouses connecting together the office blocks. These fully-functional green ‘havens’ offer notable advantages in terms of natural lighting, controlling the microclimate, and overall energy efficiency.

Muji store, Vancouver – Canada

January 12th, 2018

Muji Labo learns through product development and eventually the result becomes standard apparel in all Muji stores, reflecting practical design and conscientious materials that consider both the producer and the environment.

House of Fraser, Rushden Lakes by Kinnersley Kent Design, Northamptonshire – UKD

November 28th, 2017

The much-anticipated department store marks several firsts for House of Fraser – it is the British retailer’s first out-of-town format, first ever sustainable store, and its first full UK store opening since 2008.

Oppein Showroom by P A L Design Group, Guangzhou – China

November 22nd, 2017

The loveliest surprise of all would perhaps be the amount of greenery planned from head to toe – a cosy environment filled with potted plants overhead, vegetation walls and moss-like carpets.

Himalaya Flagship Store by Studio.J, Bengaluru – India

October 26th, 2017

In a volatile growing retail market the brand expectation was to build a premium space for its consumers. A space that will allow the customer to browse, interact and spend more time in the retail space, thereby understanding the ayurvedic and natural way of well-being.

Dealogic Office by M Moser Associates, Hong Kong

October 20th, 2017

Sustainability, staff health and wellness are core priorities for the space. The new office maximises natural light and offers height adjustable workstations, natural greenery, energy-saving lighting, healthy foods, rigorous air quality monitoring and exercise stations.

One Suite Hotel by 3LHD, Srebreno – Croatia

September 9th, 2017



High quality natural materials have been selected for the interior design: clean lines and lighter colors in accommodation units and darker tones in public spaces. 3LHD cooperated with Prostoria on the furnishing, a large part of the furniture bears the Croatian design signature.

Guateque co-working offices by Estudio Atemporal, Mexico City – Mexico

July 14th, 2017

Inside the co-working building, which is called Guateque, the existing structure is left exposed and complemented with custom-made furnishings, including wooden desks and bright rugs, and lots of greenery.

Karavaevi Brothers Cafe by V12, Moscow – Russia

July 3rd, 2017

The polycarbonate partition functionally divides the space into a visitor area and an open kitchen space. Cafe has two entrances: from the street and from the store, being thus a passageway. Architects moved street entrance, and inner entry was expanded for the distribution of flows of people and maximum amount of seats near the windows.

Fish Cheeks restaurant by Space NY, New York City

June 23rd, 2017

Colorful scalloped tiles and a shingled outdoor awning emulate fish scales and Thai temple roofing. Wooden wall panels give the interior a warm feel when the shadows cast from the hanging basket light fixtures, complemented by fresh greenery.

Kane World Food Studio Restaurant & Bar by Bogdan Ciocodeica, Bucharest – Romania

March 27th, 2017

The space is treated uniformly with various different focal points, starting with the eight meter long marble bar with a mirror in the background and a light mint ceramic frame and continuing with the delicate exotic wall painting, that balances the fine constructed lines with the strong and abundent theme of the luxurious jungle.

Redot Restaurant by Red5 Studio, Ho Chi Minh city – Vietnam

March 18th, 2017

Still the combination of wood, rattan and iron materials, but on each floor is reduced to make a difference for each space but still ensure the thoroughness of the overall design language, which the most impressive material is rattan.

Lazy Cat Cafe by Span Design, Lidcombe – Australia

March 16th, 2017

The Lazy Cat Café is a relaxing place for informal gatherings, which has been composed of a theme of cats. The interior design fits the title of the café, but also brings a youthful, quirky and playful vibe to it.