Innarch have designed the Don Café House in Pristina, Kosovo. “The idea / inspiration for the design derives from sack filled with coffee grains. The walls of the bar are organically shaped and colored like coffee sack made up of “Plywood” type of wood, whereby the pillars in between are coated with textile coffee sacks. Tables and hanging chandeliers represent the coffee grains lined up asymmetrically in order to generate the impression of being inside a coffee sack. The separating wall has a double function; decorative and functional. Its organic shape consists the most dominant part of the premise enabling a unique feeling of sitting unlike any other one comes across in everyday life. Each of the plywood element was designed individually. This because for the creation of an entire organic shape, each of the element needs to be designed separately.” Take a look!
Le Nid “the nest” is a whimsical themed bar located in Nantes, France. Designed by Graphic Designer Jean Jullien it was his first 3D project. Literally translating to “The Nest,” the combination of whimsical details and a scenic view overlooking the city of Nantes guarantee that we will all be flocking to Le Nid. For everyone who can get to Nantes from now on, be sure you do not miss Le Nid!
David Ho of edg Creatives designed a pumpkin shaped brainstorming room and matching partition walls for their office in Beijing, China. “Polycarbonate panels with transparent sections are used to bring the activity and energy of the two first floor meeting rooms into view. The wall partitions are constructed with two of these panels and are fitted around a steel structure. These partitions are illuminated by fluorescent tubes so that in the evening the meeting rooms resemble a light box with a futuristic feel. A pumpkin shaped brainstorming room on the second floor is meant to encourage the collaboration and creative thinking of our designers. Ho says the concept is inspired by the fairytale “Cinderella” in which a pumpkin was magically transformed into a horse drawn carriage, making Cinderella’s dreams come true.” Take a look!
The following creative the “Farma Kreaton” restaurant in Komotini, Greece was created by Greek architect Minas Kosmidis. “Restaurant “Farma Kreaton” is located at the back yard of a two-storey building at the centre of Komotini in Greece, and is the direct extension of the “Fabrica Kreaton” restaurant. The main goal of this project was the creation of a scenic that brings to mind an actual farm. At this particular farm the imaginary, which is represented by the fairy-like digital printings, and the real, which is represented by the users-clients, co-exist. The “farma” abounds with elements such as forms of the domestic animals, materials in their initial form, proximity and comfort, with apparent features from the countryside ecologically approached.”
Stickers become more and more popular in interior design. We’ve already shown you some variants – Kids Room Decoration from e-glue and Eco Friendly Stickers by Hu2 Design. In addition to their cute look today’s stickers glow in the dark. So if you want to bring fun to your home pay attention to these cute stickers from Gecko Stickers! Have fun!
Nowdays wallpapers look little “old-fashioned”. And other solutions become more and more popular. We’ve already shown you a few variants of wall decoration such as Kids Room Decoration from e-glue or Modern Photo Wallpapers by Eazywallz. In this post you will see beautiful steakers from Not On The High Street which are a fabulous way to make a space pop. In their collection you will find creative steakers as well as elegant ones. Take a look at these beautiful typographic prints that looks great on walls!
This black and white luxury apartment decorated with Marilyn Monroe prints on the walls that evoke the 1950′s era, but with modern black and white decor, was created by Moscow-based interior decorators Geometrix. From one side such modern-vintage interior could be perfect for a 1950′s celebrity like Marilyn Monroe, but from other side it also be interesting for the person with a love for old Hollywood glamour. Interior design by Geometrix includes some elements of Art Deco. Beautiful black leather chairs, luxury materials such as marble tile, decorative furniture and accessories.
Japanese design studio Fantastic Design Works created fairytale interior of Alice in Wonderland restaurant inspired by the Lewis Carroll classic. Restaurant features several different “rooms” and each of them is an imaginative combination of psychedelic decorations, dramatic designs and waitresses dressed in Alice costumes. “We wanted to give guests excitement and surprise, like an unreal world with various wonderlands,” explains designer Eiichi Maruyama. Located in Tokyo’s Ginza shopping district it is the fourth Alice in Wonderland-themed restaurant owned by its restaurant group.
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