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"my tokyo" exhibition by Stone Designs

“my tokyo” exhibition by Stone Designs

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• February 12, 2014 • Comments (0)

“my tokyo” exhibition by Stone Designs at CS Design Center from Cutu Mazuelos on Vimeo. “my tokyo” exhibition is our personal homage to a city that has given a lot to us, a homage to Japanese culture, which has fascinated us since the very first time Stone Designs got in touch with its people, with […]

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Grandvalira \ Stone Designs

Grandvalira \ Stone Designs

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• February 12, 2014 • Comments (0)

Grandvalira projects represent a reinterpretation of local values and habits. Superfluous elements have been sifted in order to obtain the essential ones only, which gives the restaurant with an entirely innovative look. Pine wood and the warmth of wool upholsteries contrast with its robust furniture, which has been designed to handle the hard treatment received […]

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Adidas VIP suite at Real Madrid Stadium \ Stone Designs

Adidas VIP suite at Real Madrid Stadium \ Stone Designs

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• November 27, 2013 • Comments (1)

Stone Designs have created for Adidas their VIP suite in the most emblematic football site in Madrid, which is the Real Madrid Stadium, Santiago Bernabeu. In this project Stone Designs have focused in Adidas’ long tradition with football world, creating both exhibition and playful spaces, where visitors can feel truly special. The project is based […]

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Walloff for Vigar \ Stone Designs

Walloff for Vigar \ Stone Designs

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• February 19, 2013 • Comments (1)

Stone Designs recently designed the Walloff for the Spanish company Vigar. It is not a dish; it is a tray for your dog where you can serve their food like a butler. It is not only humorous but also a functional product and a solution in order not to mark the space when dogs eat […]

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Ymedia \ Stone Designs

Ymedia \ Stone Designs

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• December 3, 2012 • Comments (0)

The Ymedia Project has represented a major professional challenge for Stone Designs. It has been that way because of enormous space, 1200 sq. m, shared by three different companies, each of which with their own specific needs. Maybe the fact of conceptualizing it while we were in Tokyo had a great influece of Japanese values […]

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