15 Design Ideas That Are Ativate Your Creativity

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Human creativity is always not limited in all areas. In the design work more and more needed to make a difference in different ideas. We’ve put together 15 design ideas that have a different imagination that will spark your excitement and creativity.

#1. The most unique staircase concept I’ve ever seen#2. Co-working spaces can get noisy. @turf.design can fix that. For @hanaspaces, we crafted an acoustic solution with the open working environment in mind. Just about all of our products are compatible with standard unistrut or T-Grid ceilings, making installation almost too easy to be true. Tailor any of our ceiling systems to your liking or create something totally unique. We will help you create the perfect collaborative space— minus the noise. ⁣⁠

#3. Introducing Orai by @allermuir, designed by Mark Gabbertas, this design achieves a deliberate balance between the classic and contemporary. Orai uses a restrained, minimal aesthetic to create its architectural profile.⁠ Photography: @shaw_and_shaw

#4. Thermally modified pine and reinforced concrete undulate into an open-air amphitheater outside Lahofer Winery in Dobsice, Czech Republic. Designed by Chybik + Kristof (@chybikkristof) there is a vaulted tasting room and visitor center inside, echoing the archetypal cellars and topography of the Moravian region as well as immersing into and not disrupting it.⁣⁠#4.2 #5. The Zooco (@zoocoestudio) Santander office is located in a corner space and has two facades with windows with a semicircular top shape, giving the space a great personality. To solve the functional needs, the rounded arch is used as the only geometry, giving continuity and enhancing the pre-existing spatial language.⁣⁠⠀
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The rest of the space is conceived as a common room where work areas, relax and relationships are mixed. It is the distribution of the furniture itself, which establishes the circulations and stays, generating a flexible space that allows multiple configurations.⁣⁠⠀
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The natural oak material is present in the holes of the arches and the floor. This material turns paramount due to the absence of color of the rest of the furniture and furnishings, creating a pleasant feeling of harmony.⁣⁠

#6. There’s nothing uniform about this gray hue, Shadow, from Crossville’s (@crossvilleinc) Swatches wall tile collection. Offered in both gloss (shown) and satin finish, Shadow is just one of a total sixteen colors available in the unconventional spectrum of options in this new wall line. Go dramatically monochromatic or commingle colors for truly custom designs.⁠#7. The elegant and timeless track system of the Skybell Collection provides a decorative accent to the space, while being light structures designed to guide the light to where the space requires.⁠

#8. Repost from @galeriemagazine | Old-world nobility meets cutting-edge design in the Italian home of artist Vincenzo De Cotiis (@VdeCotiis). Tour the 17th-century century building, a quiet oasis just 10 minutes away from the bustling city center of Milan, via the link in our bio.⁣⁠ Story by @JPTerrebonne⁣⁠ Photo by @Wichmann100

#9. When the owners of the Vikasa Yoga Retreat ⁣⁠ (@vikasayoga) decided to open another location in the heart of Bangkok, they realized they couldn’t simply transport the retreat’s rustic aesthetic to the heart of the metropolis – the original location sits on a hillside on the Thai island of Ko Samui overlooking the sea. The new facility would have to be both meditative and modern, but its peaceful interior also a reflection of the vivid pulse of the city outside. The owners turned to Enter Projects Asia (@enter.projects) to design Vikasa on 24 (@vikasabangkok), the new urban yoga space in a 5,000-square-foot space on the second floor of a concrete, steel, and glass building. The Enter Projects Asia team decided to treat the studio as a vessel to be explored using a series of sinuous rattan tubes that snake through the interior, occasionally ballooning overhead like clouds.⁣⁠📷: Edmund Sumner (@edmundsumner)⁣⁠

#10. What The Incredible Jobs?#11. The Waterfront ceiling fan from Craftmade (@craftmadebrands) is equally at home on the waterfront or in your backyard. Wet rated, this fan is built to take the elements while delivering great performance and consistent good looks with the energy efficient integrated seeded glass LED light and wood blades. Wall and handheld remote controls are included.

#12. Falcon’s (@falconproducts) newest booth styles, Chelsea and Philly, can be used anywhere! These wall benches offer flexibility and can be specified to any length.⁠

#13. This space includes a ground floor sports bar and gaming facilities as well as a dining hall with a large outdoor courtyard and a newly relocated staircase and first-floor saloon and bar with balcony.⁣⁠

#14. The renovation created a purposeful division of space for a growing family, including a cozy master with built-in bench storage, a spacious his and hers dressing room, open and bright master bath with brass and black details, and a nursery perfect for a growing child. Through clever built-ins and a minimal but effective color palette, Casework was able to turn this wasted attic space into a comfortable, inviting, and purposeful sanctuary. ⁣⁠
📷: Rafael Soldi (@rafaelsoldiphotography)⁣⁠

#15. Once the residence of Franz Kafka, a writer whose work frequently fused realism with surrealism, architecture firm ANTA and Denisa Strmiskova Studio (@denisastrmiskova) redesigned this apartment building in Prague, embodying the essence of the art nouveau. The apartments boast a generous layout and historic wooden trusses in dialogue with contemporary elements like glass hand-railing and custom built-in furniture for an altogether stark, minimalistic look. Pictured is the attic duplex apartments, where the wood beams add a sense of warmth and charm to an otherwise white and contemporary interior. ⁣⁠
📷: Kubicek Studio (@kubicekstudio)⁣⁠

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