didid design studio planned and realised a showroom for the BAUKNECHT brand which was located at the famous Kempinski Hotel Adlon in Berlin, Germany. The idea was to offer invited dealers an experience that would permanently etch the BAUKNECHT brand and its products on their memory. It was to this end that the Hamburg-based design […]
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Following years of secrecy as a hush-hush getaway for the rich and famous, Laucala Island, the idyllic, one-of-a-kind South Pacific resort, has been unveiled to the public and is currently being refreshed by its original interior designer, Lynne Hunt London. With 25 villas, five restaurants and bars, an 18-hole championship golf course, a chapel, a […]
The project consists of the Corporate Identity for the ANV worldwide office network and the Barcelona headquarters, located in the Perrault’s Diagonal 123 building with an office space of 600 m2 and a spacious terrace. The young company looked for a working environment that would reflect its horizontal structure and spirit, based in communication and […]
Tasked with creating a staircase for a split level property, our team was set the challenge to produce a staircase completely hanging off the existing building structure. A gauzy red staircase floating high up in a gallery at Tate Modern – a recent installation of artist Do Ho Suh – was the inspiration. Material Firstly […]
Street-wear store is located on the ground floor of a historic tenement house in the city centre of Wroclaw (PL). Shape of an existing volume became a major inspiration and an impulse to design Headquarters Store as an abstract landscape. Arches and gates from steel pipes, filled with glass panels, reinterpret contours of existing barrel […]
Onishi Yasuaki uses tree branches, hot glue, and urea for his installation. He uses the glue to connect our ground to an imaginary world. Crystalized urea appears on thin glue lines and in the tree branches. This installation is presently exhibited at the Kyoto Art Center. + Project facts Artist: Onishi Yasuaki http://onys.net Title: vertical […]
After a few years of the minimalist contemporary style trends the appreciation for elegance and warmth is coming back to homes. This has been pushed by the upscale hotels and bed & breakfast accommodations found by guests to be far more appealing than the straight lines and colder look of modern contemporary rooms. It may […]
Architects and designers SHH have transformed ZSL London Zoo’s main restaurant (The Terrace Restaurant), by remodelling and extending the 1920s building as part of a three-year, £4.6m project. The restaurant’s capacity has nearly tripled as a result, from 240 to 700 covers (making it one of the UK’s largest day-visitor restaurants), whilst the building’s footprint […]
Designed by Montreal based Jonathan Dorthe for Atelier-D, HEXA TABLE LAMP is a small table lamp that creates a warm atmospheric mood. The base has an hexagonal shape and is made of black acrylic, the shade is made of wood veneer, perforated with a gradiant of hexagons. The dimensions are 9″ wide by 14″ high.
Finally a stylish alternative for scratch poles. From September 17th 2013 Krabhuis can be ordered from www.krabhuis.nl. Krabhuis – Dutch for scratch house – is a cardboard house for cats to sharpen their nails on, to play with and to sleep in. It is designed by three Dutch architects who couldn’t find a decent scratch […]