Lots of cardboard tubes and a bit of white glue; check out our collaboration with Azure Magazine at #idswest2017
Special thanks to @intempointeriors
RUFproject is looking for an architecture / interior / designer with a passion for graphic and brand design.
Our spaces are never pre-conceived; they emerge out of the narrative we weave with our clients. There is no design template, no preconception, no convention that cannot be questioned, disturbed or redefined.
We would like you to work with us if you:
- are constantly curious and thinking about new ideas.
- consider design a key element of your passion, pursuits and perspective
- are modest; approachable and friendly, with a sense of humour.
- are a performance-oriented team player with an utmost commitment to deliver.
- are meticulous with details and able to complete projects with high levels of excellence.
- understand that communicating an idea is as important as having one; and are therefore skilled in 3D software, Rhino and/or 3dsmax a must; and 2D software such as Autocad; Indesign, Illustrator and Photoshop as well
- have 3 years or more experience.
- and can cope with fast, furious and fun.
If you are interested in working on exciting architectural interiors, retail and events for some of the world’s leading companies, please send a sample of your portfolio and a copy of your cv to firstname.lastname@example.org
Salary depending on experience and skill level.
"The project tells the brand identity so complex, structured but readable to anyone, at different levels. Through a multiple and emotional storytelling installation clearly expresses the profound nature of movement."
Multi-Day sneaker convention in NYC. Some highlights of RUFproject's recent design work supporting this amazing event ... #AIRMAX
"After Natural Products Expo West and Natural Products Expo East, I give my award for the best trade show booths....
At Natural Products Expo West 2015, the clear cut winner was Nature’s Path. Not only was it the best one of the show, but it was one of the most compelling and thoughtful booths I’ve ever seen."
“The regulation-size court incorporates a fully programmable LED screen to run content and interactive training programs. Consumers are invited to witness and work out with the best Nike athletes and Nike Master Trainers through virtual training programs and the signature move sequences of some of the best in the game.”
Check out the article on NBC sports here
and the piece in USA Today here
“It is what it is,” Briscoe said after the game when asked about the court conditions. “It was hard to focus because while you’re playing the court is (flashing electronically). It’s just weird, but at the same time it’s just fun. … At the end of the day it was a great court, and whoever came up with the idea, I can’t even explain it. It’s a crazy experience.” (from USA today)
A preview selection from our recently completed project at 38th and Blenheim in Vancouver; with GWilson Construction and Paul Sangha Landscape Architects
Located on Manhattan’s Lexington Avenue, the new Dover Street Market store opened just before Christmas 2013, making available a curated selection of brands (including Saint Laurent, Moscot, Nike, Thom Browne, J.W. Anderson, Simone Rocha, J. JS Lee, Prada, Christopher Kane, Ann Demeulemeester, Visvim and many others) displayed on individual installations produced by artists and designers. In addition to retail spaces, the store contains events areas and an outpost of theRose Bakery, created by Rose Carrarini and her husband Jean Charles."
Congratulations to Lukas Peet!
from the DX announcement
"The final review panel, handpicked by Design Exchange president Shauna Levy, comprised of three international creative business leaders: Douglas Coupland, Canadian novelist, visual artist and designer; Heather Reisman, co-founder of Kobo and founder, Chair and CEO of Indigo Books & Music Inc., Canada's largest book, gift and specialty toy retailer; and Marcel Wanders, co-founder of the successful design label Moooi.
The final review panel chose Lukas for his versatility in contemporary furniture design. Lauded for his lighting designs, Peet also produces desks, clocks, mirrors in metal, wood and fiberglass, and much more. The panel sees the potential for his pieces to transcend time - future classics that join form and function and display insight far beyond his years.
"We were impressed by the breadth and diversity of Mr. Peet's work, as well as the fact that an impressive amount of it was carefully and beautifully considered from concept through to execution." - Heather Reisman, Indigo's Chair and CEO ...
From the editor at Arthitectural.com:
The design of this Gulf Islands’ private residence responds to the Client’s brief for the creation a ‘modern log cabin’ on a precious 3.1 acre piece of ocean-front property. The Client was torn between the idea of the rustic Canadian log cabin and the desire for a glass house. Through the use of a highly expressive structure, expanses of glass and a simple & minimal material palette the project took this challenge as it’s fundamental concept, striving to reconcile the rustic with the modern in its form, materiality and organization....