A Cantina in Galicia, Spain by Esudio Nomada. Photo by Héctor Santos-Díez. Interesting, graphic, dramatic.

Something about wood and white I love A Cantina in Galicia, Spain by Esudio Nomada. Photo by Héctor Santos-Díez.

OKINAHA via:CONTEMPORIST

Love using natural wood around white space. Okinaha Store in Brussels by Belgium multi-disciplinary branding office Coast together with As-Built Architects. I like how the tree trunks add materiality to the otherwise abstract white space.

Archea Associati incorporated circles in their design of the Yanqing Grape Expo in Beijing to mimic bunches of grapes. : Pietro Savorelli. @sandow - Architecture and Home Decor - Bedroom - Bathroom - Kitchen And Living Room Interior Design Decorating Ideas - #architecture #design #interiordesign #homedesign #architect #architectural #homedecor #realestate #contemporaryart #inspiration #creative #decor #decoration

Archea Associati incorporated circles in their design of the Yanqing Grape Expo in Beijing to mimic bunches of grapes. - Architecture and Home Decor - Bedroom - Bathroom - Kitchen And Living Room Interior Design Decorating Ideas -

A Cantina was recently awarded Best Restaurant at the international 2012 Restaurant and Bar Design Awards. Located in the photogenic city of Santiago de Compostela, the key design expression is the ‘forest of trees’ that grounds each of the two long tables in the centre of the space.

Remodelista, Estudio Nomada, Cidade da Cultura de Galicia, abstract forest of trees, wall of colored tiles

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Playing with the idea of taboo, their intention was to design an anti-exhibition – a display that hides the exhibits even from the museum itself.

小川博央建築都市設計事務所:Green Tree House

Image 4 of 21 from gallery of Garden Tree House / Hironaka Ogawa & Associates. Photograph by Daici Ano

Tree Columns

Laura Bohn: There’s no shortage of trees in Ottsville, Pennsylvania, where Laura Bohn and her husband, Richard Fiori, spend long weekends away from Laura Bohn Design Associates and BFI Construction. Photography by Wendy Silverstein.

珈琲とお菓子「き」 coffee  cake"ki(tree)" JAPAN TOKYO

A cafe like a small forest has been created in Tokyo. Cafe Ki opened in Setagaya-ku, Tokyo in Japan, designed by Japanese design office id. Ki means a tree in Japanese. It is a cafe where coffee and pastries can be enjoyed in a space like a yard or.

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