Posts Tagged ‘textiles’

De Koninck Antwerp City Brewery by Tchai International, Antwerp – Belgium

October 22nd, 2016

In our new house style red pipes have been used. They represent the pipework that runs through the brewery. Visitors see these pipes in all our communications and during their tour of our brewery. Tchai came up with the idea to use these pipes also in the shop concept.

Blend exhibition by Raw Color, London – UK

October 3rd, 2016

Responsive paper shredders and fans that create moving colour effects feature in the Blend exhibition created by Dutch studio Raw Color at London’s Aram Gallery.

Point to point by ornament.control

October 11th, 2015

Generative graphic based on custom-programmed codes that enable us to easily adjust dot sizes and intervals to fit individual design wishes and projects. The motifs are suitable for lasing or milling a variety of materials for digital large-format printing such as wallpapers, sheeting, panels, glass, textiles, metals.

Spode Kitchen Textiles Packaging by 10 Associates

August 8th, 2015

Spode, a quintessential British brand, have produced a range of beautiful linen textiles.

3D Printed Fashion Collection by Danit Peleg

July 30th, 2015

Danit Peleg 3D prints entire graduate fashion collection at home

Majotae Textile Exhibition by Yusuke Seki, Tokyo – Japan

May 20th, 2015

Majotae Textile Exhibition by Yusuke Seki, Tokyo – Japan

Alexander Girard – “An Uncommon Vision” Pop-up Store by Standard Issue at NYC Design Week, New York City

April 15th, 2015

Alexander Girard – “An Uncommon Vision” Pop-up Store by Standard Issue at NYC Design Week, New York City

Acoustic panels by StokkeAustad for Gudbrandsdalen Uldvarefabrikk

February 2nd, 2015

StokkeAustad’s acoustic panels pair colourful fabric with metal and stone Stockholm 2015: Oslo studio StokkeAustad has combined colourful textiles with a selection of shinier materials to create acoustic panels that feature geometric patterns.

KSENIA chair by Iosa Ghini Associati for Livoni E. & figlio

July 14th, 2014

Family made up of easy chair and chair. The easy chair and the chair have beech-wood structure; the seatback and the seat are entirely stuffed and covered with fireproof textile or natural and polished textiles like wool and velvet.

Faceted Tactile Light Collection by Studio Avni

January 19th, 2013

Using traditional materials like brass, copper, stainless steel, and bronze, along with materials like PVC sheets, they are cut and then either linked or stitched together to form the geometric forms of each fixture. The texture created is unbelievable and it’s hard to imagine that these are not made from paper.

PDV/01 showroom by DRA&U, Marino – Italy

January 12th, 2013

Was asked to design in purpose to accommodate samples of textiles and finished goods as well as creative space where designers are able to reflect on their “crafts”. The main requirement of the client is to have space in relationship with environment and in case of events to unite inside and outside spaces.

Marimekko flagship store by Studios Architecture, New York

May 21st, 2012

Marimekko, the Finnish fashion and lifestyle brand, recently established its own flagship store in the former at 200 Fifth Avenue in the Flatiron neighborhood of Manhattan. STUDIOS completed renovations at 200 Fifth in 2010 and acted as Architect of Record to Japanese architectural firm IMA, in cooperation with Marimekko’s internal design team.

Avea Customer Experience Center by SKM Projects+, Istanbul

May 17th, 2012

As a leader telecomunication brand, AVEA likes to be different and integrative in his sector. With brand new customer experience center they wanted to carry their technology to a high-end level . They wanted to excite customers from the very first moment of entry, attracted by design when walking inside and think about details after they left the shop.

Lina stores branding & packaging by Here Design

May 12th, 2012

Here Design have created branding and packaging for this Soho institution, spanning all packaging items as well as signage and textiles such as tea towels and coffee cups.

Sumo pouf by Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen

February 24th, 2012

For Normann Copenhagen designer Simon Legald has created a pouf in a class of its own. Sumo’s simple expression makes it easy to spot the detail and complexity of the upholstery and stitching; and the materials – wood, textiles and buttons – have been playfully combined. The visual expression is robust and friendly.

Kuyichi concept store, Manchester

July 20th, 2011

Kuyichi, the leading Dutch fashion denim brand and Made-By partner brand, has opened its first stand-alone retail concept store in the UK in Manchester. The Manchester store, located at 28 King Street, marks the beginning of the roll out of Kuyichi across the UK, Ireland and France. The brand is already available in more than 500 points of sale across Europe, as well as in Australia and a number of other countries.

Wooden Textiles by Elisa Strozyk

June 17th, 2011

Wooden Textiles” convey a new tactile experience. We are used to experience wood as a hard material; we know the feeling of walking across wooden floors, to touch a wooden tabletop or to feel the bark of a tree. But we usually don’t experience a wooden surface which can be manipulated by touch.

folding A-part by Mika Barr

May 12th, 2011

‘folding A-part’ is a project that deals with print as an outline to fabric’s structure. An exploration and research performed by israeli-based Mika Barr, the development is a series of textiles that fold, fracture and turn in three-dimensional ways, derived from a flat printed pattern.

North Tiles by Kvadrat

May 5th, 2011

Originally conceived for our Stockholm showroom by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, these textile walls are constructed with individual foam fabric tiles which connect together using an ingenious folding system. The North Tiles system showcase the multiple textures and materials from Kvadrat’s collection. It allows for a great deal of flexibility with an infinite degree of permutations. Moreover, the simple assembly allows the walls to be easily reconfigured.