Posts Tagged ‘minimal’

Kaito Japanese eatery by Vie Studio, Sydney – Australia

May 24th, 2018

The use of dark timber in the restaurant compliments the overall vision of Kaito’s design and reflects the mood of dining in Japan’s hidden bars. Feature bulkhead frames are inspired by the simplicity of Japanese lifestyle which frames the parameter of the sushi train.

Steve Stool and Bench by Liqui Group

April 26th, 2018

The Steve Stool and Bench follow a strictly minimal and geometric approach to adaptable seating, combined with its generous scale this range of commercial furniture has a bold but uncluttered aesthetic that is able to be moved with ease.

Canoe Brewpub branding by Caribou Creative

April 11th, 2018

Bold shapes combined with a discord of colour and minimal type gave the line a nod and a push into the Pacific Northwest essence we wanted to achieve, but without the predictability. Printed on flat laminated labels with a metalized bopp added sheen and created a subtle effect with a bold impact when the light hit it just right.

La Molanta restaurant by Frederic Perers, Barcelona – Spain

March 5th, 2018

The interior design defines the establishment along minimalist lines and has a relaxing atmosphere which distances it from the gaudy image of traditional fast food restaurants.

Slow Cook Fast Food Restaurant by Plot Architecture Office, Hong Kong

January 22nd, 2018

The brief asks for a neutral dining environment where the diners can focus on the “slow cook fast food” the restaurant serves, and therefore the design only defines the fundamental spatial forms of the interior intending for an undisturbed dining experience.

Orion Worldwide Office by Ted Moudis Associates, New York City

December 3rd, 2017

Strategic use of inexpensive finishes such as decorative wallcovering, colorful paint, exposed concrete floors and graphics helped to create a more playful environment. A jogging track was also created around the building’s core as the main circulation path to promote health and wellness, an important element to the company’s philosophy.

Blux System collection by B.Lux

July 8th, 2017

These are adjustable lamps, thanks to their ball joints, allowing for smooth and balanced movement. Their design features sober lines in the style of the English school.

Pikpäk by Magdalena Huber

June 7th, 2017

Designed to be lightweight and cheap to produce, Pikpäk is worn like a rucksack, fastening around the shoulders with fabric cords. A cap allows easy access to its contents, and also means it can be easily refilled when needed.

Boulevard Paris branding by Onss Mhirsi

June 6th, 2017

Each of these packagings is designed to visually transport the customer and give them a strong sense of elegance. They are all created through minimal patterns inspired by the spaces they are named after.

APBO cafe by Studio PLP, Bangkok – Thailand

May 30th, 2017

From the back of the shop, you will see the minimal surreal space, imagine the campfire in the forest – the wood left and the lighthouse lamp. Imagine you sit under the two big tree and the leaf about to blown away follow the wind to the grass into the ground.

Rchmnd store by Omar Gandhi Architect, Halifax – Canada

May 21st, 2017

From the outside, glazing frames products displayed on white millwork – giving visitors the impression of a minimal, monochromatic space. Along both walls, recessed cavities provide room to hang clothing or place shelves.

Liko-Noe Innovation Center Office by Fránek Architects, Slavkov u Brna – Czech Republic

May 15th, 2017

The structure is comprised of two main volumes. Above-ground office section is constructed from load-bearing wooden CLT panels, insulated by a vapor-open sprayed ICYNENE insulation and covered by vertical gardens – living facade. Underground section with acoustical chamber is built out of monolithic concrete.

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.

Argyrakis Wine packaging by Dust Go Creative

April 12th, 2017

Our project was to create the “ati”, which means horse in the ancient Greek language. Ati logo for Red, White and Rose is inspired from the history of Argyrakis family, their roots from Ismir and the horses that they was using for transportation.

askAdam store by Chadios+Associates, Athens – Greece

March 1st, 2017

The goal was to develop a premium retail experience, engaging innovation through the use of technology. To meet the expectations of the customer we have developed a holistic approach, a minimal yet premium concept that arranges the display and storage into 4 horizontal sections.

The Dessert Kitchen cafe by Matt Woods, Sydney – Australia

February 1st, 2017

The 10-year-old chain specialises in health-conscious desserts that contain a minimal amount of fat and sugar. It obtained a site on the fringes of Chinatown for its first restaurant in Sydney. Taking cues from the food, Woods steered away from typical franchise restaurant elements and focused on natural materials that would create a “calming oasis”.

The Inverted Truss by B+P Architects, Taipei – Taiwan

January 4th, 2017

The main timber truss for the retail shop at the front room introduces the idea of “Structure as furniture”, a free-standing individual component that is detached with the existing wall. The idea of moderate intervention with minimal attaches and less anchoring that will undermine the existing building is taking place in this project.

“Mi MIX” edgeless display smartphone by Philippe Starck

October 27th, 2016

Combined with a minimal aesthetic, “Mi MIX” is a full-screen device with a beveled chamfer, curved on each end — furthering its disruptive and innovative appearance.

Skin Lounge by Vie Studio, Sydney – Australia

October 24th, 2016

The design of the Skin Lounge reflects the company’s ethos by drawing inspiration from the minimal and clean lines of simple forms, creating a crisp and comfortable interior for the brand.

Qabil-e-Tareef branding by The Design Grid

September 27th, 2016

The identity is inspired by wooden block print motifs of India. The logo is a royal, elite, minimal form that evokes a sense of exclusivity, and authenticity while having its roots in traditional Indian forms.