Posts Tagged ‘grey’

Kenzo Jeans store by Leco arquitectos, Bogota – Colombia

May 24th, 2018

The commercial room is divided in to three integrated spaces, the first with a male identity with rustic finishes such as iron, concrete, natural wood and strong textures in earth colors, the second more subtle for a female product with cleaner walls, in shades of gray soft, cleaner furniture with continuous linear display, in direct lighting highlighting the shapes and perforations so that natural light mixes with artificial light creating a lighter atmosphere.

MARK office by GRIP&Co., Tokyo – Japan

May 22nd, 2018

Modeled on the brick and steel plating architecture that is characteristic of Tokyo’s Tsukiji district, we proposed constructing a space that utilizes patterned tiles and copper sheeting that recreates an interior reminiscent of the familiar Tsukiji surrounds.

baLon.fem beauty salon by Log.design, Fukuoka – Japan

April 25th, 2018

Although the space is not large, the effect of making gates that light up the entire line and the gray mirror which is used on the closet made the space visually large enough. For the reception counter and the set stand of the symbolic elements of this salon were created by combining mortar and solid wood to leave a sense of each texture and finished it into a simple design with a solid feeling.

Casaplata restaurant by Lucas y Hernández-Gil, Seville – Spain

April 25th, 2018

Unadorned concrete becomes a canvas for the unmistakably contemporary character of the space. Over this canvas, Lucas y Hernández-Gil embeds a playful material palette – perforated-metal furniture and large circular light fixtures express a visual language free from local historical context. The furniture, designed by the studio, is grouped in colour tribes of vivid peach, blue and green.

Nous restaurant & flower shop by 0321, Dongguan – China

April 24th, 2018

Storage is provided by matching pink cabinetry, while lighting in the ceiling illuminates the volume at night. Inside the restaurant has been completed almost entirely in dark grey terrazzo with oversized white aggregate, which the architects used to create an “extreme visual experience”.

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.

Arket store, Amsterdam – Netherlands

March 5th, 2018

Featuring a discreet grey palette across the premises, furnishings comprise of custom-made shelving, displays and separate seating pieces, all contributing to a look that’s overtly cohesive, sleek and inviting at the same time.

DESIGN AD4M office by DESIGN AD4M, Seoul – South Korea

March 4th, 2018

The colors of black and grey make the space feel simple and cool. We focused on creating a warm and pleasant working environment for our employees by using trees and lights.

Duo cosmetics packaging by Katarzyna Wieteska

November 13th, 2017

A base of natural, grey paper is connected with one intensive color, according to the main ingredient of each product: yellow for calendula soap, blue for phacelia face cream, green for lemongrass scent and pink for rose thermal water.

Entourage packaging by Progress Packaging

August 28th, 2017

Progress Packaging produced 250 bespoke luxury paper bags for Entourage’s London base. Made from Colorplan Real Grey Silkweave embossed paper, they were fitted with grey grosgrain knotted handles, which were sourced to compliment the Colorplan paper used. The inside of the bag had a one-colour print, while the outer was foil blocked in two positions using two different colours: black and rose gold.

‘Enigma’ restaurant by RCR Arquitectes, Barcelona – Spain

June 7th, 2017

Adrià’s vision began to take shape once he met with RCR Arquitectes, who created a large watercolor drawing that outlined the design concept. Working alongside architect Pau Llimona, the team decided to bring the project to life using Neolith, a material developed by TheSize.

Sushi Mori by Studio POINT LINE PLANE, Bangkok – Thailand

May 14th, 2017

Inspired by the beautiful simplicity of nature, the restaurant blends contrasting textures such as marble, wood and granite with dynamic lighting and gray scale tones to create a modern, beguiling ambience.

Capital Economics office by Oktra, London – UK

May 8th, 2017

They wanted a light and timeless interior with an elegant front of house. Oktra proposed using a conservative colour palette of warm timbers and grey tones with subtle branding to create a classic and sophisticated design.

Thom Browne store by Asa Studio Albanese, Milan – Italy

April 12th, 2017

Browne collaborated with Milanese practice Asa Studio Albanese on the interior design, and similarly to his previously opened stores across the planet, it flaunts a mid-century office-inspired aesthetic that’s captured by walls covered in shiny grey marble, terrazzo floors, and last but not least, window blinds.

“W8” side tables by Alain Gilles for Ligne Roset

February 4th, 2017

Envisioned to go by a sofa as a side table, or by a bed as a bedside table, W8 — pronounced “weight” — calls on the idea of firmness, reassuring it through its stone base. Its highly-graphic appearance showcases a contrast between lightness and heaviness: the delicate cage-like structure supports the base while the heavy pietra serena stone equilibrates the overall piece.

Kido Sushi Bar by DA Architects, St. Petersburg – Russia

February 2nd, 2017

Designed by DA Architects, their objective was to keep the 80 sqm restaurant interior neutral and simple. In total, 400 wooden triangles have been installed, representing DA architects‘ concept of creating an interior “shell”.

Amata Offices by JDJ Architects, Chicago – Illinois

December 6th, 2016



Keeping in mind Amata’s mission, we designed a vibrant office to include activity-based workspaces, collaboration rooms, huddle rooms and quiet rooms to accommodate varying work styles. Technology is embraced through the space, providing and encouraging tenant mobility, collaboration and networking.

Rebel Wings restaurant / bar by studio minio, Prague – Czech Republic

November 7th, 2016

Neutral colours are used in the interior: black, grey and white combined with the warm tone of natural oak. Black oil finish has been use to optically break up oak tables and benches, creating psychologically separate seating areas.

Molteni&C and Dada showroom by Vincent Van Duysen, Giussano – Italy

October 28th, 2016

Dark woods and shades of grey dominate the space, which also houses the Molteni Museum that opened in November 2015 on the top floor. Glass, oxidised wood, resin and Ceppo stone are widely used in the finishings.