Posts Tagged ‘Transparent’

NDC Offices by Effisima Architects, Jakarta – Indonesia

May 31st, 2018

The dominant selection of bright colors, transparent materials and decorative greenery in the design are combined to gives the energetic, liveable and fresh feels to the working spaces so the peoples are more relaxed and naturally more focused to completed the task they given to. Modern and simple geometry shapes, dark tone colors, metals and wooden materials are used to gives the mature feels and emphasizes the formality of a working space.

ViaSat Offices by Runa Workshop, Austin – Texas

May 29th, 2018

Physically, the space is characterized by a cascade of distinct, uncluttered work environments that employees are invited to switch between throughout the day. The design also embraces the industrial character of the space, with exposed concrete, pipes and ductwork, contrasted with warmer elements.

Office by O architecture, Beijing – China

May 28th, 2018

Bamboo is completely fixed together with screws using modern assembly methods and forms an overall system with structural functions. Using steel plates, wire curtains, and glass as ancillary materials, the entire spatial relationship is transformed into solid, translucent, transparent interspersed spaces.

adidas campaign ‘BASECAMP 107’ by URBANTAINER, Seoul – South Korea

May 25th, 2018

Based on the the message ‘Only the Essentials’ from the EQT’s philosophy, transparent and reflective materials were used for the Highlights Showcase so the nothing could divert attention from the sneakers.

TU Delft office by Fokkema & Partners, Delft – Netherlands

May 20th, 2018

The usable floorspace is optimized and the design is flexible, as needs of the users might change in the future. During design the various workgroups of the faculty were frequently involved to help them make the transition to the new building and a new work environment. Graphics in the meeting rooms, the labs and in the green moss wall portray the fascinations of the departments.

Hof van Duivenvoorde visitors center by 70F architecture, Voorschoten – Netherlands

March 7th, 2018

Some of the fixed windows continue up and over the roof-ridge into the back roof plane, towards the monumental garden wall. The building is an example of modern architecture, fitting seamlessly in its 13th-century surroundings defined by the castle

Sony PlayStation shop by studio IMA, Seoul – South Korea

January 9th, 2017

For expressing the floating space, we decided to increase the flooring queries white and reflection values (gloss) more than before so that the ceiling circular illumination is better projected.

JLL offices by Wirt Design Group, El Segundo – California

June 19th, 2016

The color palette mixes both cool grays and warm browns, while two living walls and the reclaimed wood wall coverings connect the interior space with the natural beauty of this idyllic setting on the Pacific Ocean.

Transparent Chandelier by Zaha Hadid for SLAMP

June 9th, 2015

Transparent Chandelier by Zaha Hadid for SLAMP

Pasha Transparent Chair by Marco Pocci and Claudio Dondoli for Pedrali

July 8th, 2011

Known because of its dynamic design, An Italian manufacturer Pedrali has introduced new stylish chair called Pasha Chair. Pasha is modern armchair designed by Marco Pocci and Claudio Dondoli. Both designers have described Pasha Chair as synthesis between tradition and innovation. Come in barely transparent and ethereal look, Pasha will look great for contemporary or modern décor.

Transparent Furniture Collection by Tokujin Yoshioka

June 16th, 2011

Japanese creative designer Tokujin Yoshioka has presented the modern transparent furniture collection that is almost invisible. Look at the images! These transparent furniture designs are called the Invisibles Light. This modern transparent furniture collection is the series of acrylic furniture designed by Tokujin Yoshioka for Italian brand Kartell.

Litracon transparent concrete

May 27th, 2011

World’s first commercially available transparent concrete Litracon® is a combination of optical fibres and fine concrete. It can be produced as prefabricated building blocks. Due to the small size of the fibres, they blend into concrete becoming a component of the material like small pieces of aggregate. In this manner, the result is not only two materials – glass in concrete – mixed, but a third, new material, which is homogeneous in its inner structure and on its main surfaces as well. Litracon® is a fully handmade product which results an exceptional and individual pattern of light in each piece.