Posts Tagged ‘lattice’

ASIAN BISTROS! ShabuSEN by STUDIO C8, Hong Kong

November 4th, 2015

We simply applied its shape to create the space. It is arranged the different style to use at the design: decorative wooden openwork transom, lattice panel partition, relief painting wall.

ASIAN BISTROS! ShabuSEN by STUDIO C8, Hong Kong

November 3rd, 2015

We simply applied its shape to create the space. It is arranged the different style to use at the design: decorative wooden openwork transom, lattice panel partition, relief painting wall.

Foley’s Store by VOL2 design, Mexico City – Mexico

October 22nd, 2015



Based on the profile of Foley’s women we have created a discreet and sophisticated contemporary setting using simple volumes and texture play, a neutral stage to highlight the product.

Light Cave Bar & Restaurant by Moriyuki Ochiai Architects, Tokyo – Japan

June 28th, 2015



Light Cave Bar & Restaurant by Moriyuki Ochiai Architects, Tokyo – Japan

Dream Dairy Farm Restaurant by MORIYUKI OCHIAI ARCHITECTS, Chiba – Japan

October 28th, 2014

The three-dimensional white lattice nesting above the beams of the existing wooden structure forms the canopy of a forest that brings together the old and the contemporary by suggesting the superimposition of time and space.

Light Cave bar by Moriyuki Ochiai Architects, Tokyo – Japan

September 18th, 2014

Glimmering fragments of light adorn the area next to the entrance—like shards of ice or crystal—lending the space a serene atmosphere reminiscent of light on a cool winter day.

Au Pain Doré bakery café by Naturehumaine, Montreal – Canada

August 25th, 2014

The spatial concept of the project was inspired by the lattice of wooden bread baskets. A structural wooden frame holds a series of randomized wood slats creating a lattice that opens and closes to create space for lighting and ventilation.

Shang Xia store by Kengo Kuma, Beijing

November 26th, 2012

A lattice of extruded aluminium sections evokes images of the brickwork in Beijing’s old neighborhoods at this luxury boutique by Kengo Kuma and Associates.

Tang Palace by FCJC, Hangzhou

May 10th, 2011

Beijing-based design firm FCJC used a limited pallet of bamboo to transform an ordinary space into a stunning contemporary restaurant. The interior of the Tang Palace is enclosed by a flowing grid of bamboo strands that bring the 9 meter-tall room down to human scale and conceal the private dining rooms hung above. Structural elements like concrete column and block walls are made light by the parametric lattice, which was gently sourced and fastidiously erected.