Posts Tagged ‘turquoise’

Hotel 108 by ARTTA Concept Studio, Hong Kong

June 5th, 2018

Bright pastel walls with various textures and materials of matte and marble have been chosen because we wanted the hotel to feel comfortable yet look stylish. We have chosen the oval shaped decor for the ceilings in the lobby and the corridors to create an illusion of length and openness. The use of juxtaposition of marble and wood materials helps create a contrast by giving the hotel an individual character.

Infinity Spa by Space Popular, Bangkok – Thailand

June 1st, 2018

In order to transport the user into a relaxing and pleasurable abstract world, we strategically placed the emphasis on the nearly 20 custom-designed furniture pieces that are positioned against a muted background of whiteness.

Somriures dental clinic by Masquespacio, L’Alcudia / Valencia – Spain

February 18th, 2018

Being the specialty of Somriures the creation of ‘beautiful smiles’, the design from the dental clinic is highlighted through a sculpture of 2884 strips wooden strips that hang from the ceiling and overwhelm some of the main walls with the aim to recreate a smile.

Amical Cafe – Bistro by Lab4 architects, Larissa – Greece

December 7th, 2017

The concept design makes a reference to traditional Parisian bistros of 20’s in combination with chic style features which create a mostly contemporary result full of “story narrations”. The basic materials which are used within design are white chevron tile, oak wood, chess tiles and colors such as pale beige, vivid turquoise, white and red – Bordeaux.

TSH Collab office by Ninetynine, Amsterdam – The Netherlands

July 21st, 2017

Two blue-green-painted pavilions consisting of two closed offices and a mezzanine level on top are located at the short sides of this lowered area. A long wall cladded with anthracite felt is the second organising element in the space.

El Curry Verde restaurant by Hiruki Studio, Hondarribia – Spain

March 9th, 2017

The design challenge was to create a hospitality interior that felt amiable, fresh but not “too girly”, cozy enough for late intimate nights but with an openness that would let them organize cooking workshops as well. The palette of materials and colors were to be the predominant white color with hints of yellow, turquoise, wood, colorful lamps and plants: the result was warmth but bright space even during the dark winter days.