Design Trade

Design Trade

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

 

Dalchini

The childhood memories are always cherished and one gets emotional over the sense of nostalgia and gets connected immediately with the place. These memories have been our moments of joy as you recollect them with family and friends. Designers have used Stacks of news papers that represent the monotonous and busy city life where as the subtle use of childhood paper craft gives it a relief and emotional connect; the sense of belonging with the place as you enjoy Indian mother’s recipe at Dalchini. Overall it gets a contemporary look with earthy touch of Indian ethos.

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Effingut Brewerkz

After the successful story of one outlet, Effingut Brewerkz continues its journey with second outlet. Beers with Attitude, Revolution and Ambiance with a twist; Thats Effingut. While you cheer Manchester, you would be happy to find Archie comics in the book shelf. Designers have used plenty of wood that one can smell. Backdrop of speaker wall and the curve mirrors in washrooms is what one has to experience personally. A table hanging from the wall to “make you feel in air” on special occasions is amazing to see how bold and far an designer can go. It is combination of retro and modern feel.

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Cafe FLO Taikooli

Cafe Flo is located in Taikooli at Sanlitun District of Beijing and the mall itself is a must-see destination attraction for visitors, both domestically and internationally. The challenge was to create an inviting dining experience, with respect paid to the building’s existing imposing beams and columns. The color tones of this cafe were inspired by the elegance of bygone Napoleonic era Parisian blue and Brass gold. The overall design was base on the iconic French Art Deco style brasserie. The chandelier, with its honeycomb structure, can be traced back as a symbolic icon to Art Deco period.

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Rangla Punjab

Located on a roof top in a commercial premises, Rangla Punjab is a North Indian regional cuisine restaurant. One can get the feel of rural Punjab while you dine and enjoy North indian Punjabi Cuisine. Rangla in Indian language means colourful. Designers are inspired from the rural areas of Punjab state of India. Rural Indian people love colours and that can be seen on their attire, clothes, accessories they wear or even the decorations they do. Designers have attempted to take out essence of colours from the life of Punjab state and infuse in otherwise contemporary style.

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Pune Restaurant

Kopp in local Goan language means a glass of a drink. Whirlpool formed by stirring a drink in a glass is visualised as a concept for this project. It portrays the design philosophy of repetition of a module generating patterns.Keeping central column as the base and wrapping ceiling around it is conceived by using a module of PVC drainage pipes and Y bends. Further the curve in horizontal as well as vertical plane is enhanced using curved panels of plywood cladded with veneer. Use of Drainage pipes continue on the outdoors with bright colours to establish continuity from indoors to outdoors.

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Global Bazaar

Located in the Global Bazaar Food Hall, the dynamic concepts are the first of its kind in that the fast casual concept completely changes over from breakfast to lunch/dinner, offering travelers the best of all day parts. Each concept maintains its distinct branding and look while undergoing the transformation from breakfast to lunch/dinner. The exterior store signs and food hall signs transition using methods similar to that of theatrical set designs. Food Hall signs also change in a similar fashion.

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Read the latest interviews and conversations on design, creativity and innovation between design journalist and world-famous designers, artists and architects. See latest design projects and award-winning designs by famous designers, artists, architects and innovators. Discover new insights on creativity, innovation, arts, design and architecture. Learn about design processes of great designers.

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