Posts Tagged ‘organic’

Campo dei Fiori Mall food court by HIT arcHITects, Gavirate – Italy

May 23rd, 2018

The dining areas, which enliven the space and serve a wide variety of dishes, blend together through the iconic oak boiserie surmounted by an artican white Corian plan, which connects the entire space.

Highroad restaurant by Foolscap Studio, Canberra – Australia

May 18th, 2018

A supplementary palette in gold gradients is woven throughout the space, linking the old and new architectural elements. An inherited ornamental ceiling meets with elegant wood panelling, exposed brick walls and concrete beams. Contemporary metal tables and cabinets in pale blue create yet another layer of contrast.

Rugged branding by Katie Mayze

May 8th, 2018

Our brief was to create a niche product to be sold in boutique stores. I was given the product ‘soap’ and the customer chosen was ‘farmers’. After researching this demographic, I narrowed the customer base to focus on young male, Australian farmers. This is a difficult demographic, so I decided to win them over by […]

Fitologi packaging by Andrea Nácsa

March 22nd, 2018

My aim with the design was to create something that is interesting just by looking at it and I wanted the customers to feel happy when choosing this product. One other aspect I kept in mind was to be able to fit the product into the customer area in many different ways.

El Tresor packaging by Zoo Studio

February 26th, 2018

Creating a special piece that narrated a story and that remains in the memory of the customers. With these premises, we have created an ephemeral packaging, which must be destroyed to enjoy its content, which requires the consumer’s effort to finally get the final reward, the best organic oil from Ros Caubó.

Duo cosmetics packaging by Katarzyna Wieteska

November 13th, 2017

A base of natural, grey paper is connected with one intensive color, according to the main ingredient of each product: yellow for calendula soap, blue for phacelia face cream, green for lemongrass scent and pink for rose thermal water.

La Floraison by Vie Studio, Sydney – Australia

October 28th, 2017

A classic shopfront of clean frames and glazing are used to draw patrons in, allowing an opportunity to get a glimpse of the interior before entering. The façade uses darker tones to introduce a sense of masculinity to contrast the feminine floral motifs.

St. Emiliano – Honey And Herbs packaging by noon branding+design

October 12th, 2017

Illustrated on the white surface of the packaging are the main elements of the village; the characteristic hill with planted rows of trees, water of the river and the lake, and a house of bees, who pollinate the plants and collect honey.

Pilates the Balance studio by Vonsung Studio, Seoul – Korea

October 11th, 2017

Natural stone lines the walls and floor, with leafy plants adding a living green to the organic palette. The stone is complemented by sandy colours and light wood accents.

Organic Honey packaging by Anna Lengyel

October 10th, 2017

The label consists of five different layers, all made from different papers, each layer representing a different aspect of the product. I also used various printing processes like foil stamping, digital printing and letterpress to enhance this message.

Organic hairdressers’ by LIQE arquitectura, Vigo – Spain

October 10th, 2017

We created a clearing in an imaginary forest, a space surrounded with the pure white light necessary to fit dyes colors and hair. A clearing that, emptied in the stone of the artificial environment of the street, becomes visible from the exterior by the elimination of unnecessary elements in the showcase.

Linx Headquarters by AREALIS, São Paulo – Brazil

September 13th, 2017

The architectural concept was born of an abstract deconstruction of the logo of the company, which was recently remodelled due to the current innovative will of the brand. The analysis of the logo emphasized both Cartesian, and organic approaches, evoking freedom and creativity.

Silo of Silence – Clicked Core by Haegue Yang, Berlin – Germany

September 11th, 2017

Based in both Seoul and Berlin, Korean artist Haegue Yang is known for using mundane objects and materials, ranging from industrial mass-produced items to organic and immaterial things such as smells or noises as well, to create intricate and nuanced installations.

Colorful undulating sculptures by Jacob Leary

July 20th, 2017

The sculptures he creates are reminiscent of topographic land masses – mountains of geometric forms undulating in a mass of exploding color. Leary‘s works start as two dimensional shapes or ‘territories’ as he calls them, but grow into worlds based on patterns and algorithmic systems that inform the artistic process of composition.

Ecomobility Showroom by Jump & Fly and Xpacio, Seville – Spain

July 19th, 2017

Corten steel for the casting and outline of the concrete paths, and for the wall displays, black gravel and red volcanic gravel for the floor display islands, and bamboo sticks and natural plants as space dividers compose the palette of materials for this space.

Pulcino Bio organic restaurant by Emanuele Durola Design, Milan – Italy

July 14th, 2017

The designers wanted to marry the functional concept of the restaurant by designing a dynamic and welcoming space for all ages. The forms and furnishings are designed to provide total flexibility in the management of space, enabling the restaurant to accommodate large groups of people for personalized parties, or small groups/couples for a more intimate lunch.

Luxury Skin Cells by Lavernia & Cienfuegos

June 30th, 2017

On the one hand, an organic metallic shape which evokes the idea of cells and that transforms on each box to personalise each of the products. On the other hand, the text is blind embossed without ink, giving the “cells” the maximum focal point of the design.

Intango offices by T+R Studio, Tel-Aviv – Israel

February 14th, 2017

With warm timber, neutral tones and bold orange and light blue contrasts, the reception provides a modest, smart & welcoming client experience.

The Landwave office by PAL Design, Shanghai – China

February 12th, 2017

This new working landscape composed of positive and negative spaces – wrapped around with a radically aseptic combination of white corian and a layer of natural timber. As a result of the lopping envelope, a diversity of space was provided for meeting and interaction.

3D Printed vases by Libero Rutilo

January 25th, 2017

The 3D printed structure dresses the container and conceals it beneath an aesthetically-pleasing geometric mesh. Rutilo’s 3D printed vases can be easily placed on top of a water bottle and fastened to the cap, creating new objects from old.