Posts Tagged ‘plants’

Sorgenia Offices by Il Prisma Milano srl, Milan – Italy

May 18th, 2018

A floor full of energy, therefore, where you can find yourself working, playing or playing, as in the Ping-pong Area designed for both teamwork and for the individual, part of an island entirely dedicated to the game designed to stimulate meetings.

DWA NBD Studio by Dan Webster Architecture, Melbourne – Australia

May 4th, 2018

The building (circa early 1900’s) has a colorful history of many forms of retail and industry, which attributed to its industrial canvas. Simone’s soft approach to furniture selection and styling effortlessly compliments the vision. The rich features and textures, combined with the exposed beams, brickwork and greenery, provide a space that is light, harmonious and a gift to creativity.

Forest store by and then-studio, London – UK

May 1st, 2018

Functional and neon lighting provides feature points, while reclaimed wood contrasts with stark metal and the industrial aesthetic of the railway arch interior. Terracotta pots, the polished concrete floor, textures from the various wares and the vibrant green of the fauna all works together to form a seamless identity that defines Forest’s space.

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.

Bloom Design Studio, Shenzhen – China

April 30th, 2018

The red brick wall extends to the corridor, where the design elements that have been used in the past projects are neatly displayed on the display stand, telling the stories of each project. All kinds of lush plants indoor are echoed with green trees outdoors, bird tweet can be heard occasionally.

Candlefox Offices by Tom Robertson Architects, Melbourne – Australia

April 24th, 2018

Accommodating around a twenty person staff, the space has been brought back to life with a range of work spaces, meeting rooms and and striking meandering garden. Now full of light and space, Candlefox HQ is a delight to work in. The goal of the project was to provide lots of light, develop bold identity in representation of the brand, and create a fun and flexible space fit for an individual or group of people.

UOOYAA office by XCoD (X&Collective Design), Shanghai – China

April 19th, 2018

In order to echo the working space and conference area on the ground floor, we opened several holes on the second floor, and connected the two floors with some plants and leaves. We also put up some gathering areas around the plants for people to meet and chat. The greeneries are like vertical extensions, penetrating in the two layers of space, inviting sun beams from the upper floor to the ground.

BiteToEat restaurant by HAO Design, Taipei City – Taiwan

April 4th, 2018

The assortment of goods are displayed on a modern black iron stand, which is not only convenient for shoppers, but also attracts passing guests to stop and take a look. Next to the “Little Bazaar”, a spiral staircase with ample lighting on top uses the green belt background it creates to lead people into different levels of spatial narratives.

Self+ store by Kube Arquitetura, Rio de Janeiro – Brazil

April 3rd, 2018

On the left a living room was projected where you can seat, change books on the collaborative shelf or just wait for someone. It is made by metal panels that are able to receive plants and decorative elements and never look the same reinforcing the concept of reinvent according to new discoveries.

Tangram Cafè by Correa Granados Architects, Milan – Italy

March 27th, 2018

It is a place with sober and delicate colors, with rounded elements and plays of light that make it particularly pleasant and relaxing. The tables in light wood match with the counter, floor and part of the walls.

Hiya office by Csiszér Design, Budapest – Hungary

March 6th, 2018

The glass doors, with visual circuit pattern, make the reception open-plan with the rest of the office. By knocking down the wall and removing the old ceiling, the size of the floor space almost doubled and light came flooding in. We designed stray lights and adjustable lights, so the ceiling reflects light which creates the illusion of greater depth.

THE MISSION restaurant by 5 Star Plus Retail Design, Beijing – China

March 5th, 2018

We have developed this duality further inside, combining metal furnishings with high-quality natural wood. Stainless steel surfaces provide a clear-cut sense of cleanliness without tainting the product with secondary flavors.

David Marc by Sestini & Corti, Rome – Italy

February 27th, 2018

The white walls and ceilings, together with the grey floor, enhance the 9 meter length furniture made of oak and leather handles. The 30 glass thecas on the walls, together with the exhibitor furniture in the centre of the ambience, are created to enhance the beauty and design of the glasses and protect them from the hundreds of daily visitors.

The Mode Hair by SSOMOO DESIGN, Uijeongbu – South Korea

February 25th, 2018

Plants are placed in the structures with exposed ceilings and renders spring more realistic. The floors have been expressed in an unified achromatic color that makes them look more beautiful as well as apply a monotonous atmosphere to mix the beautiful colors.

ÁERON Pop-up Store by 81font Architecture & Design, Budapest – Hungary

February 10th, 2018

As the store’s huge portal windows provide immense amount of light, the design team emphasized the natural aspect of the place by using only simple wooden structures, rattan furniture and placing a variety of plants in the store.

Skanska Office by LAB5 Architects, Budapest – Hungary

February 2nd, 2018

The heart of the office is the great meeting area, where all colleagues can sit down together at the gatherings held on a weekly basis, for discussions or presentations and even for creative talks. Outside those busy hours these surfaces become flexible, non-traditional working areas.

Kloke store by David Goss, Melbourne – Australia

January 30th, 2018

Behind a wooden frame and a floor-to-ceiling glass façade, local architect David Goss created an understated setting which has clearly taken cues from Brutalist Architecture, featuring stuccoed walls and ceiling, molded into single aesthetic entity with incisions and protrusions that make these seem part of the building.

‘Limbus Greenframe’ project by Kauppi & Kauppi and Glimakra of Sweden

January 27th, 2018

This illuminated frame highlights the plants you’ve picked for your interior with its delicate LED line. Standing on two small props, greenframe is not only a lamp and a shelf for the plants but also a space divider, which can be put in the middle of the room or adjusted to a wall.

UOOYAA Office by X&Collective Design, Shanghai – China

January 23rd, 2018

The venue used to be a warehouse of a former space factory. We kept the original structure of the warehouse, made only simple amendment and renovation to the original ceilings.

Prysmian headquarters by Maurizio Varratta Architetto, Milano – Italy

January 16th, 2018

The most distinctive feature of the Prysmian Group’s headquarters in Milan are the triple-height glasshouses connecting together the office blocks. These fully-functional green ‘havens’ offer notable advantages in terms of natural lighting, controlling the microclimate, and overall energy efficiency.