Design Lifestyle Magazine

Design Lifestyle Magazine

Design Lifestyle Magazine featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

PIRELLI TYRES SHOPPING EXPERIENCE

The inspiring principles of the project consist in transforming the prospective clients’ approach towards their tire-dealers and directly involving them in the choice/purchase process. We tried to add new tools which can provide new experiences. Feeling through feelings. Perceiving through the 5 senses. Visual Merchandising. Communication. Products. Environment. Finding a new way of communication, more effective than the simple gadgets which invade the tyres sector, but leaving, however, its technical characteristics and charm unchanged.

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Ten To Sen テントセン (Point and Line)

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1x3

1x3 is inspired by interlocking burr puzzles. It is both - a piece of furniture and a brain teaser. All parts stay together without the need of any fixtures. The interlocking principle involves only sliding movements giving a very fast assembly process and making 1x3 appropriate for frequent change of place. The level of difficulty depends not on dexterity but mostly on spatial vision. Instructions are provided in case the user needs help. The name - 1x3 is a mathematical expression that represents the logic of the wooden structure - one element type, three pieces of it.

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Eureka

The Eureka Lounge Chair is inspired by the smallest surface in nature, the Empener surface, and gives a sense of order and flow to the lounge space through a mathematically modelled curved form. The smooth curves and curved edges add visual tension to the product. Wool fabrics from the Kvadrat Sprinkles collection, in warm colours, allows the user to perceive the comfort of the furniture before using it and creates a desire to confirm this feeling through use.

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Kunming Zhonghaihui Delhi Garden

Designers hope that the interior design of the project can be integrated with the urban character of Kunming, so think of the sales department as a floating future island, with a sea of dreamy flowers, forming a huge, dreamy organism. The interior modeling is full of enlarged flower elements, shaping many different blooming petals with curved surface shapes. The difficult part of the construction process is the curved surface modeling technology in the space and full of tension, as well as the connection accuracy and picture unity between each shape and furniture.

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Deji Cultural Complex

Deji Cultural Complex provides a fusion of cultural arts and commercial facilities. It has six extensive facilities including an art museum, a museum, a bookstore, shops, and a café on its top 7300 m2 floor. The coexistence of these facilities allows customers to stop by at one they would not have otherwise visited. What makes The Triangle. JP's design innovation is that they entirely got rid of walls between spaces. By eliminating partitions, it freed the space from having boundaries between inside and outside giving customers a little "preview" before entering the space.

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