Category Archives: Interior

Menu Space is a newly finished showroom, office, and café, designed in collaboration with Norm Architects for Danish design company MENU.

Menu Space is the new showroom, office, and café in Copenhagen. The interior is inspired by the raw and industrial setting of the surrounding area. Located in the upcoming Copenhagen neighbourhood surrounding the harbour in Nordhavn. “The space draws heavy inspiration from strong materials such as concrete and steel, which can be seen throughout the space. This use of natural and durable materials provides a beautiful contrast to the objects and designs that fill the plateaus, floors, and corners.” – Norm Architects Vibrant and inspiring…

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Signage design for public building

Subway lines inspired by London’s underground signage system highlight a 5000m2 building in Norway − from the facade to over 200 unique door signs. Signage design for public building Storehagen Atrium, a 5000 m2 large governmental building, opened it’s doors to the public in September 2010 in Førde, Norway. Constructed by Futurum, the building hosts the national Lotteri- og stiftelsestilsynet and the regional Cultural Department among other public institutions. After a competition by invitation, Ralston & Bau was chosen to design the signage of the…

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Sous les Cerisiers

Sous les Cerisiers Restaurant & atelier 12 rue Stanislas, 75006 Paris France www.souslescerisiers.com The latest restaurant design by Ralston & Bau is an intimate space in Paris that is dedicated to a balanced fusion of Japanese and French gastronomy. “Sous les Cerisiers” (under the cherry trees) is an invitation to taste the delicious cooking of Sakura. Both cultures have influenced the theatrical interior concept. The classic opera and geisha cultures from France and Japan can be seen in the scenographic layers, costumes and shadows cast…

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W* House / Wallpaper

http://www.wallpaper.com/whouse/ “About The W* House We thought it only fair to throw open the doors to The W* House and share with you our wealth of experience in the design world. From cutlery to cupboards, pots to plumbing, The W* House features our favourite pieces of design from around the globe, room by room. We’ll update them every time we find something new we like, building the collection into an archive for as long as the pieces are for sale. Practicality isn’t often a buzzword…

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John Pour Home

www.johnpourhome.com Design and art need a twist John Agelii is a Swedish graphic designer/artist. His background is in fashion advertising, but beside that job he plan to challenge the way we think of rugs. These rugs are made of felt and communicate more directly to visitors and guests than ordinary rugs do. The use of typography and symbols let you create a dialog on the floor of your house. Inspiration to the name John Pour Home came from a bottle of Pour Homme perfume.

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