Posts Tagged ‘myriad’

Sprouts installation by Vibhor Sogani, Delhi – India

June 29th, 2018

Designed to showcase India as a ‘World city’ for the commonwealth games in 2008, Indian based designer Vibhor Sogani‘s ‘Sprouts’ is symbolic of the feeling that the South Asian country is rising after 60 years of independence. They powerfully convey the message of growth, of the city and of its people, from a small community to a global community — sprouting from the ground.

Maison Mihara Yasuhiro flagship store by Yosuke Kamimoto, Tokyo – Japan

March 25th, 2016

The store unit is encased by steel and glass paneling – it’s also used inside as partitions – matching wonderfully well with an exposed concrete ceiling and a myriad of utility pipes.

Pots of Paint sustainable packaging by Matthew Blick

December 14th, 2015

My packaging solution would come in the form of a practical design, with materials that are 100% disposable in an environmentally friendly fashion. The paint is stored inside a bladder made from #4 LDPE, an easily domestically-recyclable plastic, which is manufactured using 70% less plastic than a plastic bottle of the same volume.

Chilewich Store by De-SPEC, New York City

March 28th, 2015

Chilewich Store by De-SPEC, New York City

Unu electric scooter

September 3rd, 2014

From Munich comes Unu, an electric scooter producer committed to design, performance and affordability.

Berani Jewellery by Prototype Design Lab, Toronto

April 10th, 2012

Berani Jewellery is a high-end jewelry store in Toronto, conceived of a harmonious balance between sophisticated function and cozy experience. The goals of this project were both to create a new space for Berani Jewellery to flourish as an elite jewelry store and to provide the total VIP experience to each client, through incorporating elements of security, spaces for privacy, and a variety of subtly definedspaces.

Sumit shop by m4 design, Seoul

April 2nd, 2012

A clothing shop in Seoul, Korea, is a fusion of cubes and colour. Throughout the 224-sq-m womenswear store are hundreds of lattice frames, shaped in squares that can be dismantled and reassembled to adapt to display requirements.