Posts Tagged ‘natural element’

Figamma Offices, Bogotá – Colombia

May 1st, 2018

The entrance has a direct focal point of the logo, taupe and grey colors on niche in the waiting area, and big leaf plants and white stones to incorporate a natural element. The flooring throughout the office is a dark grey color carpet with accents of blue for dynamism and pattern.

Anti-pavilion installation by Other Architects & Retallack Thompson, Melbourne – Australia

April 3rd, 2018

Other Architects and Retallack Thompson designed a site-specific installation in the sculpture garden at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne for their inaugural NGV Triennial; an exhibition of international, contemporary art and design. Their concept? An “anti-pavilion.”

Bathroom furniture by Philipp Aduatz for Klomfar

August 2nd, 2016

The surface structure was rendered by use of cad-software, known from the production of blockbusters, in order to shape it ready for CNC machining.

Basis natural wood treatment identity & packaging by Daniel Lindqvist

June 3rd, 2016

By utilizing a broad palette of wood surfaces a sense of warmth was given to the structures. This warm natural element in combination with a solid typographic system enable an approachable end product that invite to interaction.

Red Bull Offices by pS arkitektur, Stockholm – Sweden

October 16th, 2015



Red Bull’s Stockholm office features modular mobile furniture

Centrolina Restaurant by CORE, Washington, DC

September 10th, 2015



Centrolina, located in Washington DC, was designed by architecture/design firm CORE.

Le Pietre Luminose stone coverings collection by Raffaello Galiotto for Lithos Design

September 25th, 2013

The Le Pietre Luminose collection introduces on the market a new product configuration, eight extraordinary and unprecedented models of back-lit modular 3-dimensional stone coverings, where light drives the design and the design directs the light into fascinating luminous and ornamental effects.

Hotel Tierra Patagonia by Cazu Zegers Arquitectura, Torres del Paine – Chile

November 16th, 2012

The building shape emerges from the wind, natural element which is characteristic of the zone. The form seeks to join the metaphysical landscape of the place. The hotel’s image looks like an ancient fossil of a prehistoric animal, stranded on the shore of the lake.