Posts tagged as 'display system'

Steel cabinets by JSPR

JSPR, a young Dutch interior design brand founded by Eindhoven graduate Jasper van Grootel, launched this family of a piece of furniture which has been out of fashion for a long time: the display cabinet. Available in different sizes and dimensions it is composed of an oakwood base and a sturdy powder coated steel frame completely suited with glass.

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'Object' by minus tio

'Object' by minus tio

At this year’s Stockholm Furniture Fair the Swedish manufacturer minus tio presented this cubic display furniture created by the designer MatsTheselius and artist Andreas Roth. The piece is composed of five different materials – Swedish marble is combined with brass, corian, glass and oak.

'Object' by minus tio

'Object' by minus tio

to the minus tio website

'PON Sino' by Burkhardt Leitner constructiv

'PON Sino' by Burkhardt Leitner constructiv

The German manufacturer Burkhardt Leitner constructiv is expert for modular architectural systems for temporary constructions in the fields of trade fair and display, office and public space, museum and exhibition. One of their newest developements is ‘PON Sino’, a modular space, inspired by the classic characteristics of a yurt.

'PON Sino' by Burkhardt Leitner constructiv

'PON Sino' by Burkhardt Leitner constructiv

“Thanks to their high elasticity and resilience, the constructiv PON connecting tubes can be radially shaped under tension in their longitudinal axes. The result is sculptural and amorphous free forms. When dismantled, the elastically shaped tubes spring back into their original shape.

A meshwork of diagonally arranged squares is put together on the floor. By using shortened diagonal braces, this meshwork is shaped under tension into a rotunda. Six connecting tubes sharing the same center complete the rotunda giving it the structure of a tent. By using bielastic fabrics, this structure is turned into a yurt, which can be used in an ideal way as a temporary space to retreat at fairs.”

'PON Sino' by Burkhardt Leitner constructiv

'PON Sino' by Burkhardt Leitner constructiv

more Burkhardt Leitner constructiv products @ Architonic

'K-Space' by 6a Architects

'K-Space' by 6a Architects, photo by David Grandorge

The London-based 6a Architects created this variable interior for the K-Swiss shop in London. Inspired by library archive storage systems the units which are made of perforated polished stainless steel cladding are specifically designed to combine display and storage and slide on tracks to reveal or conceal products.

'K-Space' by 6a Architects

'K-Space' by 6a Architects, photo by Davif Grandorge

“The brief was to produce a retail space that located new and classic K-Swiss products alongside other culturally related objects (CD’s, books…) representing similar brand values. The key function of the space was its ability to transform at a moment’s notice from a working retail space into an open, unbranded space for music or art events.”

'K-Space' by 6a Architects

'K-Space' by 6a Architects, photo by David Grandorge

'K-Space' by 6a Architects

'K-Space' by 6a Architects, photo by David Grandorge

Project name: K-Space London

Client: Paddy Meehan for K-Swiss

Architects: 6a Architects:

Contractor John Perkins Projects

completed summer 2008


to the 6a Architects website