Luxury Digest: Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2012
Mark your calendar, Ligne Roset and MusaDesign invite you to a discussion on design trends discovered at iSaloni 2012 in Milan, Italy. Attendees will each receive an exclusive opportunity to save on their favorite Ligne Roset piece.
Thursday, June 14, 2012
7:00pm until 9:00pm
Labels: Interior Design, Ligne Roset, Seattle
MusaDesign blog is moving to blog.musadesign.net
MusaDesign blog has moved to http://blog.musadesign.net to make it easier to follow everything that is happening at MusaDesign. Please, follow us there!
Polina Zaika and the MusaDesign team.
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Look again, | By MUSADESIGN | Category: Architecture | Blurb
has recently published a book called 'Look, again' that shares our design process, philosophy, and gives details on some of our projects. Below are the screenshots, but you can always order your own copy from Blurb: http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/621167
Labels: Interior Design, MUSADESIGN, Seattle
THE DUOFLOOR COLLECTION
THE DUOFLOOR COLLECTION
The Duofloor Collection is an innovation in hardwood flooring. The concept of the Duofloor is to capture the durability and wear-layer of a solid hardwood floor with the added benefit of the stability and ease of installation of an engineered floor. Because the Duofloor is more stable than solid floors, the Duofloor can cover widths up to 12 inches & lengths of 12 feet. It is also important to acknowledge that the Duofloor construction saves more trees and is therefore more environmentally friendly than solid hardwood flooring. The Duofloor is the best of both worlds and highly recommended for high end commercial & residential applications. DuChateau Duofloors are distressed, hand-scrapped, smoked, and wire-brushed made in the customary Dutch tradition.
The Duofloor is ¼ inch (6.2mm) of European Oak, European Ash, or European Larch top-layer and features 7 layers of Birch substrate.
MusaDesign used Duchateau floors
for some of projects.
- Far 4 . OLDE DUTCH (natural Oiled)
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Labels: DuChateau Floors, far4, hardwood floor, MUSADESIGN, zaw pizza
elements of zaw: a suspended greenhouse
When a new Health Department rule called for a scrubbable and washable ceiling above the food preparation, our clients worried they would have to build a heavy-looking drywall dropped ceiling. We, instead, suggested a series of light acrylic panels dropped into a standard ceiling grid which met the new code and also filtered the simple fluorescent lighting above while a separate vertical panel would conceal the HVAC unit from the customers’ view.
The grid was set at 15” x 19” so that the resulting combination of acrylic and metal resembled a window pane. The series of “window panes” could open as ductwork needed to pass. The frosted white and metal windows hanging above the fresh ingredients mimic the appearance of a functioning greenhouse.
Labels: Interior Design Seattle, MUSADESIGN, zaw pizza
elements of zaw: finding the right refrigeration
The refrigerators that would hold the beer, wine, and sodas would be a crucial part of the interior scheme; we sought to design a functional and striking space uniting menu and beverage display.
Finding the right look meant working around the refrigerators, which meant endlessly researching all available commercial refrigerators to find just the right look and feel. We looked at full length refrigerators with doors, half-sized with doors, integrated walk-in refrigerator and retail side glass doors, and open-air curtain units.
Meeting with dozens of product reps, studying as much about storage capacity and energy efficiency, and discussing options and dimensions and suppliers; selecting the units that accomplished all of our demands proved quite difficult. Each change to the refrigerators resulted in changes to the way the additional dry red wine display and to the menu board design, size, and information frontages.
The use of modular cubes at full and half heights stacked on top of each other allow the clients to change the size of the overall display depending on the varying sizes and layout of future store locations and allowed them to reconfigure the displays based on their changing advertising and sales needs.
Labels: Interior Design Seattle, MUSADESIGN, Retail Store Design, zaw pizza