Posts Tagged ‘soft curves’

4e office by Oxigeno Arquitectura, Mexico City

November 21st, 2012

The 500 m² area contains elements such as open and private offices, a product presentation showroom, meeting rooms & ancillary spaces. All these spaces are divided not only with walls but also, virtually, by the use of varied textures and materials.

Primark store by Dalziel and Pow, Edinburgh – UK

February 12th, 2012

Located on the prestigious Princes Street and facing the historic castle, Primark Edinburgh occupies approximately 7,000 sqm of retail space, over five floors. The new façade makes a dramatic impression on the street, with reference and sympathy for the surrounding heritage, whilst using finishes and architecture that reflect the narrative of the brand.

The Hemp Chair by Werner Aisslinger

May 10th, 2011

Natural fiber composite meets design at Ventura Lambrate’s ‘Poetry Happens’ exhibition. Berlin-based designer/architect Werner Aisslinger, designed Hemp Chair the first monobloc chair designed using natural fibers that have been molded under heat using a special eco-friendly resin, resulting in a sustainable composite material. The project is supported and is in cooperation with the German chemical company BASF. Previewed at Milan Design Week 2011, the chair features a very complex design with soft curves and a visually captivating horizontal and vertical wing structure.