Loft London – UK
Carpe Diem Australia Conceived for the Red Bull’s company’s of innovative brand that offers drink lines ranging from Kombucha to kefir, the 40–80m² lounge was designed to travel on tour as an installation at a wide range of events that Carpe Diem is offered. That means that each element was strategically designed for quick assembly and take-down, while using an organic style and colour-scheme to relate to the drink’s health and wellness demographic.With Asian influences, ambient lighting integrated into the hardwood flooring and light, fiberglass construction, this was the perfect lounge to make a strong first impression of the brand.
Chinese Pharmacy – Germany Using the traditional Asian influences that one immediately associates with the Chinese Herb Depot, we created a unique tea bar that featured bamboo flooring and grass wallpaper. To offer visitors a tranquil and serene experience, a note of warm light from indirect sources and light cubes accented the trademark colours of the depot strewn throughout.The curved bar offered the juxtaposition to the geometric floor-to-ceiling cabinets that were adorned with over 300 drawers, simulating an authentic ancient Chinese herb supplier.
Strandhotel Atlantic – Germany
Augeo – Italy
Nevai – Switzerland With smooth lines, curved shapes, calming colour tones, understated lighting and abstract natural imagery, the hotel is about blending modern innovation with the nature that surrounds it. The entrance of the Nevai is dominated by an while a large gas fireplace in the hotel bar creates a cosy atmosphere amongst the French-inspired boudoir lounge. Icicles are the main theme throughout the hotel, from the engraved corian reception desk that instantly turns the mind to ice, crystals and snowflakes, to the icicle scratches in the glass that let the perfect amount of light shine through throughout the lobby. With the Nevai drawing inspiration from its surroundings, the ‘white as snow’ design brings the external elements of the awe-inspiring mountain scenery right outside the window, inside the hotel.
Yasmine has been rewarded many times for her creative and innovative designs and is a reference in her field. Her multiple talents and skills helped her throughout her entire career in order to live her passion for architecture, design and entrepreneurship.
Yasmine studied art history in Florence, architecture at the l’école d’Ingénieurs de Genève in Switzerland, interior design at the college of Notre Dame in San Francisco and architecture and interior design at UCLA in Los Angeles. A year after she graduated from UCLA (aged 26) she opened her first studio in Los Angeles, and today has her headquarters in London. Her work can be found across Europe, the United States ,into the Middle East and Asia, and even in the skies above, working as one of the few chosen de-signers to work on the Airbus A380.
Her unique holistic approach to design, which merges from human psychology and cutting-edge technology, has resulted in an acclaimed international show-case of award-winning, one-of-a-kind projects.
Other completed projects to date include the Hotel Four Seasons in Hamburg, the headquarters of Aon in Hamburg and the Nikolskie Ryady Crown Plaza in St. Petersburg, a hotel, office and retail complex. Her organic approach fuses modern design and functionality and does not loose sight of the two most important factors: human wants and needs.
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