Design Systems Ltd. created a theme that intends to deliver a closely-intertwined retrospection of both Hong Kong photography and architecture.
For the Bangkok Architect Fair in 2011, Apostrophy’s projected an aesthetic place, where you can leisurely sit and sip some beverages, surrounded by art pieces in gallery made from durably construction hardware products.
Studio Guilherme Torres designed this original pop-up store for an asian car assembler in Londrina, Brazil.
Swedish architect and designer Jonas Wagell projected the Design Bar and VIP Lounge at the Stockholm Furniture Fair.
Nacho Marti designed the stand for CESDA (Center for Advanced Studies in Aviation) at the Estudia Fair in Barcelona.
Torafu Architects designed Boolean, an interior installation for the cafe space located at the entrance of the Faculty of Medicine Experimental Research Building in the University of Tokyo.
PTW Architects designed the Moët & Chandon marquee for the Melbourne Cup Carnival in 2005.
Nendo designed the sales space for Kenzo Parfums in the department store Printemps in Paris, France.
A few weeks ago, Marco Jiverd contacted me asking my opinion on the Showroom he designed in Monterrey, Mexico. I think its an incredible design, so I decided to share it with all of you.
Paredes Pedrosa Arquitectos proyected Bibliometro, a public library stands in the metro stations of Madrid in which passengers may take books to lend and leave them back in any station.