Green Product Award 2015
Architonic recently attended the Green Product Award 2015 in Berlin where 22 winners (professionals and newcomers) in 11 categories and one Public Award Winner were announced.
With its focus on developing sustainable products and materials, the Green Product Award is a network of designers, manufacturers and research scientists that facilitate the presentation, development and dissemination of tomorrow’s products.
to Architonic’s Green Product Award 2015 Facebook gallery
to the Green Product Award website
Brick House by Azevedo Design, Inc., photo: Marcin Ratajczak
The Mallwowa shopping mall in Skorzewo, Poland has a new coffee shop, the Cafeina café designed by mode:lina architekci.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 11.06.2015 - Tagged as: Ateljé Lyktan, pendant lights
‘Riff Relay’ lights for ateljé Lyktans
Sweden’s ateljé Lyktan invited eight architects, designers, craftsmen, and their own design atelier, to explore Riff, a new “pendant light engine”, and create their own unique pendant.
‘TREExOFFICE’ Pop-up Co-working Space by Natalie Jeremijenko
Created by Natalie Jeremijenko in collaboration with artists Shuster + Moseley, architects Tate Harmer and briefing architects Gensler, ‘TREExOFFICE’ is a prototype pop-up co-working space in Hoxton Square park in London.
‘quattro Festkogl Alm’ by Designliga
Munich-based creative agency Designliga transformed Audi’s legendary quattro drive system into a memorable visitor experience at Obergurgl-Hochgurgl, Austria’s ‘diamond of the Alps’ ski resort.
Cibele bath tub from the Arcadia collection by Cielo
Ceramica Cielo has won a 2015 ICFF Editor’s Award for the Kitchen and Bathroom, the only Italian company to win an Editor’s Award at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair this year.
Palæo Restaurant by Johannes Torpe Studios
Copenhagen-based Johannes Torpe Studios has created a new design for Danish healthy fast food chain Palæo inspired by the simplicity of the paleo diet and lifestyle.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 08.06.2015 - Tagged as: Buck Studio, restaurant
Di Café Deli by Buck Studio, photo: Marcin Pawlowski
Located in Wroclaw, Poland, Di café deli is a vibrant café with its own bakery – a friendly daily place with a casual atmosphere and an interior design inspired by the 50s by Buck Studio.