Posts Tagged ‘metallic surfaces’

Ssense store by David Chipperfield Architects, Montreal – Canada

May 5th, 2018

In order to preserve the bones of the structure, a concrete shell was inserted behind the timber facade, allowing contemporary and minimalist interiors contrast with the more decorative exterior.

Bakr offices by Pallavi Dean Interiors, Dubai – UAE

November 14th, 2016

The material palette is light and natural, with lots of ash wood used in the flooring and joinery. The cool light blue and grey tones of the interior, along with soft fabrics and natural surfaces, contribute to the overall warmth.

Golden Ratio Showroom, Athens – Greece

July 19th, 2016

Metal and marble, light and shade, new and old, a continuous alternation of materials, textures and sensations are hidden in a metal box, along with the secrets of producing a successful product: secrets in a metal box.

Les Cinq Paris showroom-atelier by DI.D Studio, Paris – France

April 30th, 2016

The walls are marked by a strong graphic presence: wide perforated metal sheets are ready for countless display combinations, made possible thanks to ever changing small shelves and hooks.

BREWERIES! District 6 micro brewery by M-style, Bangalore – India

December 20th, 2015



Large brew tanks are positioned in the middle of the space, encircled by a long bar. This serves as the focal point of the project and contains identifiable features such as brick columns, thick wooden panels with rough surfaces and partitions composed of stacked timber railroad pieces.

BREWERIES! District 6 micro brewery by M-style, Bangalore – India

December 15th, 2015

Large brew tanks are positioned in the middle of the space, encircled by a long bar. This serves as the focal point of the project and contains identifiable features such as brick columns, thick wooden panels with rough surfaces and partitions composed of stacked timber railroad pieces.

Frankfurt Station fast food restaurant by Egue y Seta, Barcelona

August 29th, 2013

Meanwhile in the rear dining area, the guests are to be accommodated according to the classic seating arrangement of a train: On double opposite seats facing each other accross from a table by a window consisting of a backlit shelving unit dotted with pieces of greenery. Through this “static window”, rather than admiring the landscape, “travelers” are invited to peek at the world of beers.

BORK flagship store by Ippolito Fleitz Group, Moscow

June 17th, 2013

The interior of the flagship store is remarkable for its use of natural materials. All the fittings and units are strictly geometrical, offering a fascinating contrast to the naturalness of the materials themselves.

Scale Mesh by Alphamesh

May 30th, 2011

Alphamesh scale mesh defines a new quality of material for metal meshes utilised in architecture and design. The flexible mesh resolved the heaviness and coldness of conventional metallic surfaces. Light forms and exclusive structures in elegant radiance suggest the association with sequins of ornate clothing. And many fashion designers have already discovered alphamesh scale mesh for their collections.