Posts Tagged ‘interior’

nhow Berlin is the new brand of the Spanish NH Hotel chain.  According to the hotel, nhow is all about being ‘unconventional, life affirmative, constantly in movement, locally rooted while at home anywhere in the world — an idea, in other words, corresponding to lifestyle of the new creative class.’ The hotel...

Advertising agency KBP West has recently commissioned Jensen Architects to design its San Francisco head offices. The offices are very vibrant, colourful and quirky to say the least. They incorporate three separated wings, partioned by acoustically sealed folding doors. This allows the areas to be used simultaneously...

The office space is absolutely stunning. From the bold and very elegant choice in wallpaper to the monochrome theme (with a touch of peach blossoms), we’re just loving everything about this space. Unplggd

The organized chaos of the railings in this staircase by Caliper Studio is absolutely stunning. Check out the fabrication Flickr set here. Photos by Ty Cole. http://www.caliperstudio.com source: Design-Milk

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They’re Snapshots from the office of Tocquigny, an advertising and measurement agency based in Austin. Tocquigny (toe-kee-nyee, if you feel like saying it out loud) actually started out as a design studio, and moved into running interactive ad campaigns and then reporting the results. Today, they work with some...

Creative Time presents Playing the building, a sound installation in which the infrastructure, the physical plant of the building, is converted into a giant musical instrument. Devices are attached to the building structure — to the metal beams and pillars, the heating pipes, the water pipes — and are used to make...

The Israeli cafe chain Aroma Espresso Bar recently opened its second location in New York, on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. With vibrant colors, playful wall graphics and designer chairs styled for lingering, the two-level coffeehouse translates the concept for the company’s original New York venue—a long, narrow...

Benthem Crouwel designed a new visitor and research center for the Heimbach Group in Düren, Germany. The new building of the Research and Visitor Center is an ‘in-house-designed house’. Two new building will be added to two existing buildings and a lightweight roof will be placed over them. The design concept looks...