Posts Tagged ‘sound’

Rin Wedding Studio by District 1 Architects, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

July 20th, 2018

However, the space of each floor is quite low and narrow, which accounts for the renovation of the design: only keep the fishbone stairs made of grindstone concrete, remove unnecessary partitions so as to create the widest feeling.

JBL (Concept) by Anton Alekseev

July 19th, 2018

The concept about JBL – wich can be more opened, more bolder than now. And the audience will understand it, because pure sound will unite with great design.

Soundscape installation by Mandai Architects, Milan – Italy

July 6th, 2018

Just like when taking a real nature walk, this exhibit provides a multi-layered soundscape in which the sounds can be sensed differently depending on the location at which they are being heard, in addition to providing each visitor with a distinctly different scene to experience.

Loehr furniture for Sonos concept store, Berlin – Germany

June 30th, 2018

A Euclides two-seater sofa in moss green and a nude-coloured upholstered Euclides chair frame the group with two wine red Tangram side tables at the centre of the ensemble. Due to their slender frames, the red table surfaces almost seem to be floating over the structured rug, creating a composition of subtle complementary contrasts together with the dark-green fabric of the two-seater.

Sivantos headquarters by PLH & Geyer, Singapore

April 6th, 2018

Beyond the reception area, accent furniture and timber-clad walls punctuate the otherwise white canvas of the interior and soundwaves flow uninterrupted through the 13,260-sq-m workspace in the form of graphics on the glass façades of conference and meeting rooms.

Discovering Taiwan exhibition by Studio TING, Taipei – Taiwan

March 14th, 2018

The electronic soundscape, the contemporary weaves and the animated projections of multimedia art enable the visitor to view the knowledge incarnated by the museum at the crossroads between the preservation of a heritage dedicated to the current generations and the scientific research which opens new understandings of the world.

Unplugged exhibition by Secondome , Milan – Italy

April 24th, 2017

Even if it sounds weird to link design to the word “Unplugged”, this apparently dissonant collection, realized by six designers (each of them with a peculiar style), has a shared basic concept: the idea that every project is to be handmade, in order to exalt the core material’s features.

Wooden Speakers by Rockit Log

January 31st, 2017

Rockit Logs are created from acoustic quality wood once abandoned by logging operations, then re-purposed into handcrafted works of audio + visual art by the former USA center back. Each natural shape, knot, pattern or grain means every single speaker in unique.

Pernod Ricard offices by Creative Spaces, Auckland – New Zealand

August 11th, 2016

Careful consideration was given to the acoustics, knowing that floor shared two common atriums and had very few walls. Quilted fabric wraps the partition behind reception and hanging baffles visually lead people through the space whilst providing a secondary sound absorber.

BIOTOPIA Wireless 360 Audio exhibition by WGNB, Seoul – South Korea

July 29th, 2016

Omnidirectional sound breaks the silence on the surface of water to create various waves that are projected on the ceiling to transfer free sound moving from one device to another to the graphic of creating actual sound instead of artificial graphic with UX element.

Accor Hotels booth: A Sound Jacuzzi by W&cie & ateliergh, Paris – France

July 24th, 2016

This sensory immersive experience offers visitors a relaxing space in which they can be massaged by the beautiful sound creations of Roland and Tobias Cahen while watching the animated visual universe of the 360° video canopy above them.

LEXY Nightclub by Dyer-Smith Frey, Zürich – Switzerland

July 19th, 2016

The club is designed with dark hardwood flooring. An eleven-meter long bar with solid brass surface and bricked base marks the bar area. Cubist wallpaper ensures a psychedelic moment.

Sonos flagship store by Partners & Spade, New York City

July 17th, 2016

Each of the rooms has been acoustically designed to replicate a great home listening environment and allow the nifty Sonos electronics to sell themselves.

Deluxe Acoustics spherical Hi-Fi speakers

July 6th, 2016

Thanks to a spherical shape and patented technologies, the sound that comes through the speakers is airy, bright, rich and dimensional without undue distortion.

Roland Kiyola KF-10 digital piano

June 24th, 2016

The cabinet is built from natural timber, enabling a contoured profile and a slim, stable stand that would be impossible to create with the processed wood typically used in piano construction.

Out of Print interactive installation by Wenjie Lu

June 5th, 2016

To push the boundaries of graphic design, I considered the many ways people can interact with visual information. My project invites the audience into a multidimensional space. I used Leap Motion to allow people to see, listen, and play with graphic design.

Gaia acoustic panel by Stone Designs for Blå Station

May 20th, 2016

Gaia goes one step further in acoustic isolation solutions, creating an alive surface. The four elements will combine on millions of different ways, so that, we cut Gaia in four symmetrical pieces to create an infinite range of possible combinations.

Pandora Offices by Fusion Design Consultants, Boston – Massachusetts

May 19th, 2016

Mirroring the breathtaking views are smaller private meeting rooms, dubbed “sound studios” a nod to the music industry, that provide an escape from the music steaming throughout the open office space.

Sensitive Star interactive installation by Estudio Guto Requena, São Paulo – Brazil

April 3rd, 2016

The star-shaped structure reacts to stimuli of movement via a series of sensors, and responds with changing light and sound. As a larger-than-life musical instrument, it is set to input visitors’ body movements, mixing them with a soundscape.

Moving Pavilion by HHF Architects for ZeitRäume, Basel – Switzerland

January 13th, 2016



HHF Architects Design Moving Pavilion for ZeitRäume in Basel