Posts filed under 'Interiors'
Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.01.2017 - Tagged as: DesignAgency
Photographer: Adrien Williams
When VICE Media – the world’s preeminent youth media company – needed a new Toronto bureau – having expanded from 50 to over 150 people in over a year – they engaged DesignAgency because the two companies share a common core: both are cross disciplinary, collaborative and creative. (more…)
Posted by Walter Phillips on 24.01.2017 - Tagged as: Detail
Style is not a question of age, as proven by the new ErgoSystem® A100. FSB has incorporated its entire architectural expertise into its development, and thus created a range of barrier-free products for the bathroom area that will allow people of all ages to live their lives more comfortably and attractively. (text by Detail)
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Posted by Walter Phillips on 24.01.2017 - Tagged as: Grzywinski+Pons
Photographer: Floto + Warner
The Boro is a 108 room hotel in the rapidly evolving neighborhood of Dutch Kills in New York City’s borough of Queens. While there are several existing flagged hotels in the area, the Boro is the first design-led bespoke offering that we hope will both further catalyze and respond to the exciting changes that are already evident. (more…)
Photographer: Tim Van de Velde
In the 9th century, the Graafjansdijk (dike) protected parts of France and Belgium agaist the storm tides from the North Sea and the Western part of the river Schelde. Currently only a short strip of this dike remains in the rural surroundings of the seaside village of Knokke, near the border with Holland. (more…)
Posted by Walter Phillips on 20.01.2017 - Tagged as: Detail, DuPont
During the course of its more than 200-year history, DuPont has repeatedly succeeded in adapting trends and positioning itself as a bringer of ideas. One particular success story has been the high-tech material DuPontTM Corian®. Under the slogan “Endless Evolution” it plans to continue down this road in the future. User-friendly literature, illustrative sample boxes, true-to-the-original colour fans, and a full service range help designers and architects find the most suitable product for their applications. (text by Detail)
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Posted by Walter Phillips on 20.01.2017 - Tagged as: Canuch
Photographer: Kenji Masunaga
Nentrys manages the commercial vehicle sales company, “King Truck.” Their market extends across the whole of Japan, and they have locations in the North Kantou, Chuubu, and Kansai regions. They recently engaged in an moving project, merging two locations in the Tokyo area. The office they have moved into spans four floors. The building is in a residential area, with no obstacles and a good view, and the entrance room exploits that view to the fullest.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 19.01.2017 - Tagged as: 1:1 arquiteturadesign
Photographer: Nicolau El-moor
It is a consequence of all the background concepts. Was created as a design lab. They recognize the space as an experiment, made for stimulate a creativity, the meeting room looks as an Art Installation, made in concrete, corten steel, wood furniture, 3D wall coverings and so on. The entire studio make us to remember how important is the art connection in the space, blues and jazz music are played in all over the rooms, all the furniture is designed by celebrate designers and also some of them are created as a prototype ones, specially made for the design lab.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 18.01.2017 - Tagged as: Enter Projects
Photographer: Brett Boardman
Enter Projects has recently been commission by Primo for Lot 1 Café & Restaurant, located at 20 York Street, Sydney CBD in the ground floor and basement of the 950sqm John Solomon building. Being in the coffee industry for 3 generations, the client enthusiastically embraced the design concepts, using patterns that delicately lace the infamous ‘Café latte’ as the primary design inspiration.