La marca de belleza Candy boticario por compañía Bravo

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El boticario de caramelo de belleza es un concepto de tienda de estilo de vida que reúne una selección comisariada de los mejores y prometedoras belleza productos y accesorios de estilo de vida de todo el mundo. Inspirado por las pequeñas boutiques en el Soho de Nueva York, Notting Hill de Londres y Omotesando de Tokio, la tienda vende una amplia variedad de productos, muchos de los cuales están disponibles en Singapur por primera vez recogido a mano. Con eso en mente, hemos creado un aspecto puro y limpio para el caramelo de la belleza, inspirándose en la tipografía de las marcas tradicionales boticario que reflejan la calidad de los productos que llevan.

Diseñado por la compañía Bravo

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Inflexión punto cervecería, Bar y restaurante de Arboit, Hong Kong, China

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The project unfolds on two floors. At the ground floor the space is long and narrow, on the back a proper brewery is installed to produce a fine range of craft beers, on the opposite side, the entrance area opens up to the street. Tipping Point aims to establish on the market as a unique brand of craft beers and the first floor is dedicated to this program while upstairs a restaurant serves quite experimental western cuisine.

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Idea of authenticity has been the driven motif in the developing design process. Real materials like painted or solid wood, copper, brass, marble, leather have been selected as opposite to typical layered materials like laminates or acrylic resins which normally used to replicate more expensive surfaces. All materials are solid to give a sense of permanence and consistency. Ageing element is actually kept in account as an added value in recognizing the beauty of the signs of times on a solid surface. Material board was made by looking at typical fisherman house where like a patchwork a variety of textures and materials are assembled together.

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Rusted textured metal sheets are bolted on each other in a irregular way, wood panels are made of boards taken form boats or other houses and when assembled together they never happened to have the same color. Furniture are frequently made of the same building material of architecture like cement, tiles, painted wood and in order to resist the time they always come in heavy and thick thicknesses.

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All these elements are like words of a valuable language and it has been very easy to formulate them into a design concept. Wooden surface painted in various colors is like a skin that covers both vertical and horizontal surfaces. These panels are framed on the walls by horizontal brass profiles and vertical concrete textured pillars. The same wooden texture is also used for tops of counters and tables, framed by thick solid wood edges some of these tops have angular irregular shapes as if they were cut-out pieces.

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Vertical panels are decorated by brass panels cut in angular lines and fixed to the back by bolts in the old style way. These irregular graphic textures are inspired by the old fisherman house motifs but ironically meet pretty well with the ultra-modern sensibility in deconstructive lines. Cool industrial look of brass panels adds on to the presence of the brewery’s tanks which are actually producing the brand’s craft beer distributed directly through pipes from the bar wall’s taps at the ground floor and from the central table’s tap of the restaurant at the first floor.

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Traditional black pendant lights typical of every old school Honk Kong restaurant are alternated to ultra modern “GLAS” light by Diesel-Foscarini and Aerodrome table design by Alberto Puchetti-Arboit for Northern Lighting. Like lining fabric of a colorful tailored jacket the color palette of the toilet, in contrast with burgundy-brown dark tones of restaurant and bar has a very controlled image: gray cement paint on walls and floor combined with black and white angular tridimensional tiles.

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Material and Furniture
Concrete wall paint, solid wood, painted wood, brass, floor in American walnut wood. Sofa in real leather. Furniture in painted iron.
Ceramic tiles and wall paint in the toilet
Entrance door made of copper and glass
All furniture is bespoke designed by Arboit Ltd for this project
Lights: “Aerodrome” light designed by Alberto Puchetti-Arboit Object for Northern Lighting. “Glas” pendant lights by Foscarini-Diesel

Design by Alberto Puchetti – Arboit ltd.
Construction by Hung Limited.
Graphic design for Signage, Logo and Brand ID by Dennis Lo
Pictures by Dennis Lo

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Espejo especulares por Simplexio

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Inspirado por la belleza cambiante de la psique del género femenino, Simplexio ha creado un diseño que se celebra este fenómeno espectacular aún confuso. Las mujeres pueden alcanzar tal nivel de muldifimensionality que incluso ellos mismos no pueden aprehender. Están locos ahora y después los Ángeles. Vemos con asombro y nuestras reacciones no son capaces de cambiar tan rápido como su tono de voz.

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Especulares representa un juego de espejos y formas que retrata la complejidad de su personalidad. Las diferentes facetas metálicas y espejo alternan a diversos niveles, creando un único tipo de percepción y experincia con el objeto, diseñado para parecerse a un portal a otra dimensión. Especulares es uno de los proyectos que fueron presentados en la semana de diseño rumano, que tuvo lugar en Bucarest, entre 16 y 25 de mayo.

Espejo de diseño: Simplexio
Diseño de moda: Cristian Samfira
Foto: Danu? Antoche

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Simplexio es una marca de diseño joven nacida en una intensa admiración por la belleza de los patrones creados por la naturaleza. Estamos combinando la fabricación digital con principios de diseño generativo para lograr productos contemporáneos atemporales que hablan acerca de las formas que existían antes de tiempo.

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Publicada en diseño Tags: belleza, diseño, digital, moda, espejo, patrones, lugar, productos, Simplexio, especulares, único

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Oficinas de MaXxprint de design2sense, Leipzig – Alemania

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The printing house, comprised of 40 employees and two parrots, executes giant posters, banners, billboards, and more. They are grand, modern, brisk, and successful which translates into the color of their logo: red. During the transformation of their office building from the early 1990s, this open atmosphere was to be conserved for all employees (and both parrots). Within all that openness work-focused spaces had to be created, and so a balancing act was necessary.

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Glass barriers and clear views now provide lightness and visual clarity; cubicles allow for concentrated working as do open break and meeting areas. Wooden flooring and shifted lines of sight visually expand the hallway. Dominant colors, soft contrasts, and distinct minutiae turn the space into a valuable, endearing, and modern room.

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The client Mr. Raithel enjoys speed and power; on occasion he flies a Russian fighter jet. This passion is mirrored by some of the interior decoration. The wallpaper displays take-off and high-altitude flight, while a radial engine has been converted into a conference room table, and wing sculptures are reminiscent of a plane crash. The long meeting room table also shows a passion and love for detail; it was custom-made from 40-year-old oak planks. The ambience of natural lumber exceeds that of production-line furniture. Elaborate dovetail joints emphasize an appreciation for craftsmanship.

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The logo’s signature color appears in all communication and representation areas. The work areas add blue to the floors’ wooden warmth, observing Goethe’s color theory which states that the color blue stimulates thinking. Five different shades of blue and green constitute a balanced and calming tone – especially in the quiet zones. A sky is printed on the luminous ceiling of the conference room – one of Maxxprint’s specialties. The lighting of choice is indirect and allows for better screen work. Mixed materials such as wood, fabric, and glass improve the rooms’ accoustics.

Designed by design2sense

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Posted in office Tags: building, conference, conference room, design2sense, germany, glass, Leipzig, lumber, MaXxprint, modern, office, passion, soft, table, wooden

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Showroom de Parc Central por Andy Tong interiores, Guangzhou – China

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Este exclusivo y elegante salón tiene una superficie de 2.000 metros cuadrados. Con el ambiente moderno y grandeza por materiales meticulosamente elegidos, este espléndido y ante todo futuro Shopping en Guangzhou se muestra con orgullo antes de todos los visitantes. El diseño del conjunto se pretende demostrar los méritos de la Alameda y precisamente entregar los principios y valores del diseño a los potenciales inquilinos; en consecuencia, ellos sólo no quedarán impresionados por el ambiente de moda, pero también comprender un completo entendimiento de la posición de mercadeo del centro comercial. Los visitantes serán inspirados a ver las oportunidades de negocio enorme ahí, impulsar el negocio de alquiler del desarrollador.

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Características distintivas de las cuatro zonas:
Zona uno – túnel de galaxia
Nombres de varias calles en Guangzhou aparecen en todas las facetas del túnel. Caminando dentro del túnel hace sentir como si estuviera en el centro de transporte de toda la ciudad a los visitantes.
Zona 2 – área de visualización
Un ambiente de venta por menor y un ambiente de teatro-como se crean especialmente en esta área.

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Zona 3 – modelo y multimedia mostrando el área
Con un 270° curvado a pantalla completa (8 ft x 66 pies), la vista completa de la ciudad de Guangzhou sorprendentemente fue presentada ante los visitantes, resultando en un efecto impresionante.
Zona 4 – salón de ventas
Utilizando el vertimiento de las luces y contrastar las técnicas, el diseñador salió un ambiente relajante y acogedor con un rayo suave.

Diseñado por Andy Tong interiores

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Publicada en el showroom Etiquetas: Andy Tong interiores, zona, ambiente, china, diseño, Guangzhou, luces, centro comercial Parc Central, pantalla, Showroom, único

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Servicio de habitaciones Valle Oriente tienda por NMASUNO Studio, Monterrey – México

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Un aspecto fundamental de este proyecto fue el de lograr un equilibrio entre los matices sugestivos de la ropa y un ambiente fresco, atractivo que podría hacer que todo el mundo se sienta cómodo entrar por la puerta.

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Mediante el uso de diferentes materiales y cambios de dimensión amplificamos el espacio en un área de exposición dinámica, con una paleta de grises y lilas saca los colores de la ropa. Largo, elegimos cortinas gruesas que proporcionan privacidad y textura y nuestro uso de la marca registrada de suelos de madera y muebles para proporcionar un ambiente cálido y acogedor.

Diseñado por NMASUNO Studio

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Publicada en lencería Etiquetas: 2014, ambiente, área, ropa, pisos, México, monterrey, NMASUNO estudio, proyecto, servicio de habitaciones, espacio, store, Valle Oriente

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