The office workspaces are open plan encouraging networking and collaboration. Partition walls between areas can be closed off to create new meeting spaces. This also helps to reduce energy consumption by only using services that are required as required. The space is broken up into zones that can be closed off to minimise energy consumption. There are three types of lighting – general, task and ambient lighting. All workstations have a combination of the three so they can be used as needed.

Breakout pods offer employees the opportunity to rest and re-charge their batteries. Taking a minimal space it allows for a moment of quiet contemplation in the hectic day. Making them more affective in return.

The central point in the office area is the ‘Think Tank, it is designed to create a WOW factor for visitors and clients and also be the gathering point for idea generation. Set literally in the centre of the office it’s the showcase location of the space with all activity happening in and around it.

The feel in here is modern and fresh with a statement pendant and mint designer chairs. This is a room that is comfortable to be in when generating fresh ideas as well as business. A room for both business and leisure.
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Line, pattern, texture and movement are the main design elements that have be utilised in the design of the BNKR headquarters.

Aligning the design of the space with the aesthetics and aspirations of the brand; modern geometric lines, approachable design, high end aesthetic and exclusive prints.

Custom joinery, flooring and fabrics will form the unique look for BNKRs physical presence. The colour scheme is a crisp clean white with a dash of colour used subtly in areas to highlight their emotive qualities.

Green: Rejuvenating: The colour green revitalizes us when we are physically, mentally or emotionally exhausted. – Used in the think tank to keep minds sharp and revived

Yellow: Happiness and fun: Yellow is uplifting to the spirits; yellow helps create enthusiasm for life and can awaken greater confidence and optimism. Yellow is related to the expression and integration of new ideas and thoughts. – Used in the reception and kitchenette to give those entering the spaces a sense of confidence and optimism.

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Fashion images used in this concept are from website.


by Cosmina Stanciu


this is a pop-up store concept I have developed for a young designers showcase store. the store skeleton consists of a wooden frame that has ‘megalo’ wool knitting cascaded on the outside to create the façade, the idea symbolises the ‘making’ element that will be showcased in the interior of the space.


by cosmina stanciu







The design of the contemporary modern kitchen tends to be minimalist and geometric. Features include horizontal lines, asymmetry and a lack of forms and other ornaments. Ingredients and materials are often artificial as natural: stainless steel, laminate, frosted glass, concrete, linoleum, chrome and lacquer. The contemporary styles around the 1940s to the present day by Europe, especially in Italy, Germany and Scandinavia go ahead. Traditional kitchens are elegant and formal look and describe the typical American and European homes of the 18th, 19th and early 20th century.

Cabinetry made of elegant cherry, walnut and mahogany, as well as antique accessories and modern kitchen appliances can assist with the integration of both – traditional and contemporary styles. The eclectic nature of materials both natural and artificial can be used to emphasize the modernity rather than a transitional style. You can play with the lighting and the colour scheme in the room to set the tone for the aesthetic of the room. Open shelving with bespoke crockery and beautiful kitchen appliances should be flaunted, instead of hidden behind these panels.

Whatever your aesthetic or taste we can help you find a happy median in your home. The oak apartment is a careful integration of these ideas delicately balanced into a cohesive space.




this is the new concept i have designed for an office fitout. I have chosen a masculine style for the office with the dark wood selected for the joinery, i have softened it with the use of plants to balance out the space.

i’ve tried to steer clear of boring grey carpet tiles and have gone for a nice white and black herringbone pattern carpet which I have incorporated into the flooring as well as table tops and trims for contrast with the wood finish.

the space has been designed so that shelves and benches can be pulled in and out to create spaces for informal meetings without the need of additional furniture pieces.could you see yourself working here?