Tag: commercial design
The Birkenstock HQ by Melbourne Design Studios is a retail, wholesale and workshop space that sings true to the essence of Birkenstock.
01 | “Hotel Black” Temporary Installation by Studio Guilherme Torres at MostraBlack, Brazil. 02 | Ett Hem Hotel by Studio Ilse // Stockholm, Sweden. 03 | Hôtel Paradis, Paris. 04 | Monsieur Bleu by Joseph Dirand at Palais de Tokyo // Paris, France. 05 | Sea Library by ETAT Architects // Awashima, Japan. 06 | Old Chalet Refurbishment by Bergdorf & Nick Ruef // Bernese Oberland, Switzerland. 07 | House of Salad by Metaphor // Bangkok, Thailand. 08 | Volkshaus Basel Bar and Brasserie by Herzog & de Meuron // Switzerland.
01 | Atelier Hermann Rosa // Munich, Germany. 02 | Daylight House by Takeshi Hosaka Architects // Yokohama, Tokyo. 03 | Crescent House by Andrew Burns // Sydney. 04 | Optical Glass House by Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP // Hiroshima, Japan. 05 | 2verandas by Gus Wüstemann // Zürich, Switzerland. 06 | The Condestable’s House by Tabuenca & Leache Arquitectos // Pamplona, Spain. 07 | Tama Art University Library by Toyo Ito // Tokyo, Japan. 08 | Impossible Reality by Elenberg Fraser // 33 MacKenzie Street Residential Tower in Melbourne. 09 | Bishop Edward King Chapel by Niall McLaughlin Architects.
When it comes to super beautiful workplace interiors, it seriously doesn’t get much better than this. This is the sort of project that makes me get all hot and sweaty under my lady collar, with seriously impure thoughts running through my brain. Random Studio enlisted the help of Amsterdam based Studio X+L, who were an obvious choice to design the new space that felt like ‘home’. The brief called for a creative workplace that was open but felt intimate; an environment that would invite creativity and stimulate the sharing of knowledge and inspiration…
Did you guys notice it’s October already? How did that happen? This can only mean one thing – it’s time for our October 2013 round of Yellowtrace Spotlight. This month’s design news brings us two fantastic local projects by Woods Bagot in Adelaide and Landini Associates in Melbourne; Danish Design at the House – a not-to-be-missed event at Sydney Opera House; beautiful seating collection by Konstantin Grcic for Magis; brand new stool from DesignByThem; Dinosaur Designs’ foray into furniture; and quirky cardboard foldable buddies by Foldable.me…
Is it sad that I get soooo friggin’ excited about extremely hot workplace interiors? Please don’t answer that! Even if creative offices aren’t your thing, you cannot possibly tell me this is not one seriously beautiful, beautiful, beautiful studio space. Can you now? Exactly. Cause it’s completely ridiculously awesome. And true beauty and general shit-hotness knows no bounds. And you know it. Baby…