Thursday, 29 November 2012

The Half Graffiti Hotel Room by Tilt

Here is an amazing idea of  artist Tilt created at the Au Vieux Panier Hotel in Marseille. Below you will find video, taking a behind the scenes look at the creation of this room. Your first impression can be that they could do much better, but when you take a closer look, you will see, that everything is about the details.







Friday, 20 April 2012

Robert Van Embriqs’ “Rising Furniture” series

Rising Table is design of an illusionist Robert van Embricqs. This table can be rise from its original flat state to form a self-standing table. This is innovative idea to transform a flat surface into stylish and functional furniture. It seems incredible that so simple sheet of plywood can create a chair with so much personality. The wooden beams give the chair an organic shape which makes it just more exceptional.




Bathtub + Shower by Ron Arad


This is an incredible luxury bath concept which rotates to become a shower.  This bath was designed by Ron Arad for Italian manufacturers Teuco. He decided to change the bathroom look, so he has designed this elegant sculptural form serves two purposes, it could either be used as a shower, or it could be rotated 180 degrees to form a bathtub against the wall. 


Tuesday, 27 March 2012

Amazing furniture collection by Joseph Walsh


Below you find sculptural wooden and modern furniture designed by Joseph Walsh. He designed beds, tables and chairs all can be found in this artistic furniture collection with uniquely stylish forms of wood. The forms of this furniture are organic but distinguish too. That furniture seems to be dancing. Its shape looks original and it is very stylish. Shapes and texture used for this collocation can be a good inspiration for designers work.









Saturday, 25 February 2012

The Bee in The Butterfly


During second year at Newcastle College I had opportunity to work with other students and take part in project based on work for a real client. The aim of the project was to transfer existent cafe to a new location in the city centre of Hexham. An idea was to distinguish it from other cafes in city to make it more appealing to clients. Our client was Debra who is easy-going, friendly, and talkative and loves to travel all over the world. Her expectations were to keep the character of the existing cafe but bring in our idea to make it unique, original and functional.
I wanted to create a contemporary style which characterizes organic shapes, recycled furniture and bright colours. I previously had two different ideas which I had linked together to create a final concept more suitable for client needs and low budget. I decided to use existing furniture but change a colour of them. I kept modern style of my previous design but used more neutral colours with radiant elements of decoration to bright up the space. Instead of organic shapes I equip it with plants which bring a bit of nature in and create a domestic and likeable atmosphere.    





  



Friday, 24 February 2012

Bee in the Butterfly- Hexham, pictures from a site visit

Below you will find pictures taken during a visit in Hexham. I think that  Its really tiny space and it was a influential challenge for us to transform this space into unique place likewise creating a domestic atmosphere. This opportunity developed my skills of spacial planing .We had only one week to finalize our work. We were also  working on two projects at the same time what helped me to cleverly organise my time to meet a deadline.    







Saturday, 18 February 2012

Cloud lamps by Yu Jordy Fu


London-based designer Yu Jordy Fu has produced a range of hand-cut paper lampshades called Cloud Lamps. The designs are cut freehand from recycled paper, and then folded around a light source. The Cloud Lamps tell stories from a dreams; dreams of nature, of travel, of intimacy. The stories are told three dimensionally, not only in the sense that the paper shades surround the light, but in each form finely cut and lifted from the flat paper. The ‘Cloud Lamp’ is a simple and sustainable way to add intimacy and magic to domestic environment.



Tuesday, 14 February 2012

The Forth Hotel - Renovation

Client
Mitchells & Butlers was originally established in 1898. They are the leading operator of restaurants and pubs in the UK. Mitchells & Bulters are looking to invest £100k in The Forth to upgrade facilities and renovate the building. They have given us the opportunity to share our approach, ideas, concepts and design expertise with them. Mitchells & Bulters are looking to renovate and improving the interior and bringing the buildings function and facilities up to date.

The purpose of the project was to renovate and rearrange interior and exterior of The Forth Hotel
bar. My idea was to improve overall interior appearance and functionality by some modification which don’t change its original and unique atmosphere. I have brightened up the interiors by
changes of colours. I decided to add a new furniture which creates a distinguish look and renovate some of them which Forth already have. I think that changes which I have made will attract new customers and encourage current customers to still visit this place as their favourite.

Pictures below show my final concept for the exterior and interior of The Forth Hotel bar:








Friday, 10 February 2012

The Forth Hotel - Renovation

The Forth Hotel is a medium sized pub with a long bar and a wooden floor. It has a smoking terrace upstairs. There are two entrances to the front and side. With the additional space created by the extension. There is plenty of seating with tables and chairs up one side with high backed leather seating in the corner. However The Forth Hotel is one of the most popular bars in Newcastle and its busy at most times. The pub has a bright and airy feel during the day with large windows to the front and side, and at night the low down drop lighting over the bar and modern spotlighting gives a cosier intimate atmosphere.

Below you will find a board with pictures taken during a site visit.