Posts Tagged ‘linoleum’

Morrison & Foerster office by IONDESIGN, Berlin – Germany

March 15th, 2018

The coloring of the table linoleum and the shape of the table tops increase the distinctiveness of the rooms. As a continuous design element is a horizontal band of oak cabinets through all rooms. The precise built-ins with a permeable lamellar structure hide radiators, technical components and storage space.

Mag Rack Table Series by ZONE ARCHITKTEN

October 28th, 2014

The Mag Rack Tables allow easy and quick storage of magazines. They are made of high quality materials selected for durability. The slots in the table allow one to simply slide the magazines straight into their proper storage place.

Folding Forbo Folie stand by Alexandre loureiro, Porto – Portugal

June 19th, 2013

The object is made out of MDF in a simple reticulated structure in which the linoleum sheet of 25meters long is folded across the entire structure in a single sweep: up the wall, ceiling and down to the floor.

Yandex office 3 by za bor architects, St. Petersburg

March 20th, 2013

Complex geometrically elements in the corridor and bright color spots help the office guests and employees get oriented in its space, which is topical considering the length of the corridor.

Kiehl’s Retail Store and Spa 1851, New York

April 1st, 2012

With such features as operable windows, reclaimed red oak flooring, and low-VOC finishes, this space embodies the brand identity of natural, time-honored techniques while the historic building preservation honors the store‘s roots as an apothecary since 1851. Built to LEED Gold standards, the project involved coordination between retail, architect, and MEP teams even before design development.

ZUO Corp. pop-up shop by Super Super & Inside/Outside, Warsaw

August 24th, 2011

A temporary Pop-up shop for an independent clothing brand Zuo corp. was planned initially for the gardens of the Warsaw University Library during the summer.

Pino by Bond, Helsinki

June 6th, 2011

Pino is a market place for unique, functional and innovative design objects situated in Helsinki. The design and branding concept, created by local-based creative agency Bond, is taken from the name – ‘Pino’ literally meaning a pile or stack.