Posts Tagged ‘red’

Virgin Holidays within Next stores by YourStudio, UK

August 14th, 2018

Stores will feature a green living wall, soft ottoman seating, a champagne bar and key stores will include a world’s first- an in-store rollercoaster where you can travel through some of Virgin Holiday’s must-see destinations, from African safaris to a night in Vegas. The space is calm, reassuring and has a colour palette with soft-hues, rose golds and metallics.

Hangzhou Neobio Family Park by X+Living, Hangzhou – China

August 12th, 2018

United Co. Coworking Offices by PTID, Melbourne – Australia

August 5th, 2018

Heritage is celebrated and preserved through the retention of the red brick interior and the black steel window frames. Obsolete areas of the building’s mechanical past are reborn for a new generation of working, the old lift shaft now a place for cosy discussion.

England Rugby Store by The Shopper Agency, London – UK

August 4th, 2018

The resulting design was a visual celebration of the RFU and England Rugby using light and colour to hero the St George’s cross and the famous white England Jersey. The store has a dramatic circular entrance, that opens into bright and contemporary space. The new store also incorporates the stadium tour base and entrance to the stadium museum creating the perfect centre point for the full stadium experience.

Philipp Plein pop-up store by Claudio Pironi, Paris – France

July 26th, 2018

The space is set in a spectacular setting where exposed pipes create an industrial atmosphere in total contrast with the luxury of the objects and materials used in the other stores of the brand such as black marble, white for the panels that cover the walls, the chandelier in Swarovski crystal, to give guests an almost displacement effect.

Google Campus Coworking Offices by Massive Design, Warsaw – Poland

July 26th, 2018

The brick wall, which calls to mind the rich history of the former vodka factory, today functions as a support wall for the three story-high atrium with glazed roof that provides the space with direct daylight access. Massive Design also designed the windows in the atrium facing the cafeteria, which reference the historic windows located on the building’s exterior façade.

Savona 18 Suites design hotel by Aldo Cibic, Milan – Italy

July 25th, 2018

Starting from the lobby, where you feel you have just walked into a real art gallery, with attention paid to every detail. The desk at the entrance is reminiscent of an off-scale Tibetan cabinet, while the yellow mosaic bench, together with the wall graphics, contrast with the neutral tones of the room to create an effect of warm minimalism.

Uniuni Coffee store by dongqi Architects, Nanjing – China

July 24th, 2018

Mega Apetit Concept corner by Studio AE, Bucharest – Romania

July 21st, 2018

The colored products are highlighted by the white used on various textures of materials: expanded sheet metal ceiling, resinous wood, plexiglass, tile, metal frames. The project considered the general context of the existent space and adapted the brand specific elements to obtain a continuity between the existing elements and the new ones and a coherent passage through space.

Photobox Group Headquarters by Oktra, London – UK

July 19th, 2018

Manage and build – Photobox Group opted to maintain and showcase the industrial roots of the site, with exposed original concrete walls, pillars, ceilings and an original crane hanging over the reception, contrasting with the clean, modern and colourful design and furnishings throughout.

Hong Tang dessert café by Evonil Architecture, Bekasi – Indonesia

July 18th, 2018

Using the combination element of concrete, wood, and strong red lines character throughout the interior, Evonil Architecture creates a beautiful composition in the interior design adding cartoon sticker as the brand ambassador creating a uber cute impression in the overall look.

Redtail Technology Offices by RMW architecture & interiors, Sacramento – California

July 18th, 2018

Economic use of the red denotes the CEO’s dog, name of the firm and logo muse, Redtail. Irregular soffit forms imply the motion of an evolving technology environment. These shapes continue through the open office and connecting conference rooms while expanding the palette to sportive colors, vibrant graphics, and dramatic lighting.

AD ARCHITECTURE Office, Shantou – China

July 18th, 2018

The black paint finishes, cement floors and dark gray steel plates strengthened the consciousness of the original space’s atmosphere. Without adopting unnecessary process and decoration, the additional built part is applied with industrialized steel and iron materials which corrode naturally as time passes by.

Shang Ming Tang Restaurant by YUDesigns, Hangzhou – China

July 10th, 2018

The dining area is on the second floor where seats and booths are partitioned by the black reception and orange benches. The beautiful mix of tradition and modernism can be found everywhere in the restaurant.

Gelato Dal Cuore by Hannah Churchill | hcreates, Shanghai – China

July 7th, 2018

To compliment the high-quality product, Gelato Dal Cuore wanted the design to follow some traditional elements that spoke to the heritage of classic Italian Gelato, mixed with modern elements and accents to complete their orange brand colours.

RUSZTOWANIE bistro by mode:lina, Poznań – Poland

July 4th, 2018

The space is almost fully fitted with ready to use products straight from a building warehouse, such as: construction props arranged as to create openwork partitions, timber used for seats or to decorate the bar, galvanized metal pipes turned into lamps and used in tables, walls finished with concrete lattice paving blocks.

Garage Museum headquarters by Form Bureau, Moscow – Russia

June 29th, 2018

The rough texture of the walls is juxtaposed with the clean lines and contemporary colours of the furniture and fittings. Opening and closing the space at once, islands of desks are left in the open to encourage communication and collaboration, while private office spaces and formal meeting areas are delineated with glass walls and wooden frames.

Suffolk Construction Offices by Steinberg Hart, San Francisco – California

June 29th, 2018

The crisp red hue and bold enveloping gesture of the “loop”—accented by glowing halo lighting fixtures and casual, flexible seating—serve the dual purpose of announcing the entry while providing a zone for intensified collaboration. In addition to the use of Suffolk’s signature red color, brand-driven graphics and messaging are subtly interwoven throughout the space.

HSJ jewellery by RMDK, Lucknow – India

June 28th, 2018

Built as an introverted vault, the solid sandstone façade makes a bold statement with an elegant surface detailing in gold steel. The entrance is marked by a delicately detailed 30 feet high glass door, allowing a glimpse inside generating curiosity.

Trenco Tropigas offices by AEI Arquitectura e Interiores, Panama City – Panama

June 26th, 2018

Energy is represented in Trenco’s offices, through a ribbon, which travels around the whole space allowing access to each of the floors. The ribbons connects people who are working in different spaces, brings them closer and reminds them that together as a unit are when the best results are obtained.