Posts Tagged ‘Snarkitecture’

Caesarstone “Altered States” installation by Snarkitecture, Milan – Italy

April 20th, 2018

The installation consists of a central circular kitchen island, exhibiting the changing states of water through ice, liquid, and steam. Meanwhile, a surrounding “amphitheater” consists of over 250 Caesarstone and metal mesh pedestals, creating a white/grey gradient to emulate the appearance of a natural landscape.

Kith store by Snarkitecture, Los Angeles – California

February 23rd, 2018

The store’s main area boasts a palette of concrete and brass furnishings and detailing, and has an inner sanctum that comprises of a glass-encased section where all the trophy shoes are presented.

New Adidas Originals shoes by Daniel Arsham / Snarkitecture

December 6th, 2017

While his last design looked to emulate a historical object, Arsham wanted the second shoe to reflect the present moment, and chose materials accordingly. The shoe’s textured sole is made from Ultra Boost – a bouncy material that Adidas often uses in running shoes.

Exhibit Columbus by Snarkitecture + formafantasma, Columbus – Indiana

September 2nd, 2017



For this year’s edition, Exhibit Columbus worked with five international galleries to create installations along Washington street, Columbus’ main artery. Each of these galleries selected one designer from its stable to develop an object or experience that ‘enhances human interaction and connection, and that inspires community conversations about the role of design in daily life’.

The beach installation by Snarkitecture, Milan – Italy

March 29th, 2017

Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, renowned concept store Colette pulls out all the stops to make it a memorable event, and one the highlights undoubtedly is the site-specific recreation of The beach a stone’s throw away at Musée des Arts Décoratifs.

Pop-up project inside Valextra store by Snarkitecture, Milan – Italy

January 26th, 2017

A billowing cloud-like canopy in all white drapes from the ceiling, creating an ephemeral atmosphere and visual impact upon entering. “Our approach considered the forms and palette of the Valextra collection,” explains Daniel Arsham and Alex Mustonen of Snarkitecture.

The Beach Installation by Snarkitecture at the National Building Museum, Washington DC

July 17th, 2015



Snarkitecture fills Washington DC museum with nearly one million plastic balls

Dr Dre Studio headphones design by Snarkitecture

June 4th, 2014

Is this the future Apple Beats Studio Headphones?

Lift installation for the New Museum Gala by Snarkitecture, New York City

November 17th, 2013

An array of forty-five white inflatable spheres, each controlled by an individual performer, establishes a grid to engage the massive architectural scale of the room. Choreographed movements unfold slowly over the course of the evening reconfiguring the field of spheres in a series of elegant yet playful exercises.

MADE installations by Snarkitecture, São Paulo – Brazil

November 7th, 2013

Hundreds of lightweight recycled high impact polystyrene freezer bins are arrayed in an offset grid to infill the architecture of the existing site, with the openings of the boxes creating an architectural play on the coffered ceiling.

Drift pavilon at Design Miami 2012 by Snarkitecture, Miami

December 13th, 2012

An entrance pavilion for Design Miami/ 2012, Drift creates an unexpected moment within the context of the familiar white vinyl tent, reformulating the material to create a floating environment.

Richard Chai store by Snarkitecture

May 27th, 2011

The Richard Chai store is a temporary retail installation created by Snarkitecture in collaboration with designer Richard Chai as part of the Building Fashion series at HL23. Carved from the confines of an existing structure beneath the High Line, the installation envelops visitors within a glacial cavern excavated from a single material.