Bunker Hill architect office didn’t design after the principle “less is more” when using plywood on almost every surface in this apartment in Stockholm, Sweden. The architect was given total freedom to do almost whatever he wanted. Plywood is used on walls, floor and ceiling and on custom made furniture. The kitchen looks amazing with the contrasting marble back wall and parts of the floor.
Found via Architect office Bunker Hill
Digital advertising agency First Flight got interior design company RumRum to design their new office concept. White square tiles combined with black gives a great graphic statement. Adding bright yellow is a clever colour choice to monochrome palette. The Muuto lamps tones down the minimalistic expression and gives warmth and balance to the canteen. Black and white is the main colours throughout the space, but every room has a strong colour drop to contrast the graphic look. As in the meeting room where the colour drop is the red carpet and in the office layout the beams are painted in red. Same in the social area where all furniture is red soft seating furniture, floors in red chess pattern and bright red tables accompanied by the same black muuto lamps. A great fun and creative project!
See other fun, colourful and graphic featured office spaces // Colourful environment // Sony HQ London – a graphic timeline design // Creative studio in black and white // Mao Magazine – colourful and creative // Cheap Monday`s office in Sweden // Workspace in white and yellow // Candy Black – graphic black
This Melbourne home is a white soft pearl with pastel accents. The chairs in this house is given great importance to the colour palette. The white canvas is given texture and balance with the classic Y chair by Hans Y. Wegner in different pastel colors and the Vernor Panton chairs in pastel blue. If you look at the art they have hanging, one over the couch and one by the dining table, you can see how all the colours is repeating the colours in the interior. Details in silver adds a interesting edge and the marble kitchen tabletop finish it all in complete perfection.
Using pastels in your home, look at other features // A home with a beautiful composed colour palette
Photography Shannon McGrath
Found via Urbis Magazine
When RRA architects were to design Fagerborg kindergarden in Oslo the requirements from the authority was that the design was to have a contemporary expression. And there is no doubt they have succeeded to put it to that category and definitely gives a new standard to kindergarden buildings. The asymmetrical volume lies in a city park and is like a sculpture in the area. Small square windows is asymmetrical placed around the building and brings daylight in, and frame the surrounding nature. Both the exterior and the interior is cladded in wood. Inside bright colours are used to highlight stairways and passages.
Other featured norwegian architecture projects // Stokkøya – a Norwegian gem // A mountain lodge – an echo of the Norwegian mountain landscape // Juvet Landscape Hotel // Holmenkollen – Oslo’s pride
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A great cocktail list, italian pizza and great conceptual interior makes this a new hotspot in Soho London’s dining scene. The decor is casual, trendy and laidback. 52 North Bar & Kitchen is decorated by 44th Hill. The most catching elements is the runway of lightbulbs that runs vertical through the space and direct you to the bar. It gives a hint of a nightclub feeling, without being too much. It is balanced perfectly with the the laidback interior of brick walls, wooden interior and graphic design elements, and it brings the interior one step up. The graphic wallpaint highlights the stair to the downstairs restaurant. Classic Eames chairs and chesterfields sofa can make you want to be seated a couple of extra hours than planned.
Concrete is the material of the 21 century, and it doesn’t seems like we are getting tired of it quite yet either. It is raw, clean, edgy and simple in its look, but is so easy to combine and make different expressions with. If you want a different look than the typical tiled bathroom, why not go for a bathroom or just parts of it in concrete.
1: Modern bath tub in concrete via Muse:Magazin Tumblr 2: Raw concrete walls with soft edgy furnishing via Yellowtrace 3: Bath tub in concrete via Monsplace Tumblr 4:Bath tub embodied in the floor, covered in tiles 5: Shower space in concrete surface via Monsplace Tumblr 6: Clean and simple with double basin via Monsplace Tumblr 7: Rustic industrial, beautiful glass doors via Monsplace Tumblr 8: Concrete, steel and glass via Monsplace Tumblr 9: Industrial chic toilet via Sköna Hem 10: Concrete sculpted wash basin via Moa’s pinterest 11: Concrete simplicity via Sköna Hem 12: Concrete bathroom with wooden basin via Sköna Hem 13: Clean and simple bathroom in concrete tiles (Source unknown)
This is for sure a unique apartment, designed and decorated by the apartments owner, architect Arash Nourinejad and his wife Kristina Lykke Tønnesen. His passion for drawing and building has given this apartment some creative solutions. Arash Nourinejad has designed and custom made the sofa in the living room that folds out over different levels. The quadratic and asymmetric sofa consists of handmade storage boxes of ash veneer. It utilizes the space and gives more seating spaces than what a normal sofa would do in this space, and creates a way more interesting corner. The over dimensioned floor lamp creates a cool and stylish touch to it. The delightful colour palette of blue, brown and white goes throughout the apartment.
An abandoned ruin converted in to a trendy and popular nightlife spot in the center of Budapest. The visual presence of the once residential building has been kept, so the look of abandonment, damaged and run-down walls is still the overall visual effect. But the framework of the structure has been renovated to develop a safe and secure space. Beside from that it is the graphic and branding elements that gives this space its identity.
Graphic Design is by Szőke gergely
Project By Hungarian architectural Amoeba Group