Archive for the ‘lounge’ category

Cozi Lounge by ARTTA Concept Studio, Hong Kong

May 10th, 2018

A unique pattern was created and used around the interiors surrounding, from the use of the different metals to form layers and help enhance the height of this restaurant. We have decorated the restaurant and bar with an Art Deco theme in mind, with a combination of gold and different variety of stones for a sophisticated and elegant finish.

Swingers West End by Zachary Pulman Design Studio, London – UK

April 3rd, 2018

Unusual elements within the design include the bar which is 28-metres long inside a bandstand, and the food stands, which are modern beach huts where the panelling has been designed to make the total appearance like an axonometric drawing (they look 3D but they are 2D). To further compliment the 1920s English Riviera brief, we took traditional iconography and re-interpreted it with a modern twist.

Lotte Concert Hall VIP lounge by Designbono, Seoul – South Korea

January 18th, 2018

Even without the usage of curves, the design and the tone of classical music compliments each other beautifully. A long diagonal line on the ceiling separates the room into two zones; a personal study zone with a bookshelf and a fabric finish, and a café zone with a wood louver finish for ceiling and walls.

The Atelier Relaxium by Aviator Denmark in Terminal 2 of the Copenhagen Airport, Denmark

January 5th, 2018

The multicoloured oasis offers guests unique private and social experiences. The lounge allows guests to respond to the stress and anxiety that tends to precede a flight by choosing a colour scheme to fit their mood.

Asia Financial Centre Premium Business Lounge by Spacemen, Shanghai – China

October 30th, 2017

In a clean palette of whites corian and stone, light was used to illuminate and accentuate the sleek edges and geometric volumes of the space to seemingly allow the walls, ceiling, reception and conference rooms to ‘Float’.

Gold 800 Experience Centre by Spacemen, Shanghai – China

October 26th, 2017

A rich palette of brass metal strips and white volakas marble line the entrance foyer and stretch the entire corridor to the members only lounge area. ‘Where culture embraces the future’, was the approach we adopted to showcase the brands vast portfolio of luxury services and and endless number of limited edition products available to their members.

Deutsche Bahn Lounge by CRi Cronauer + Romani Interior Architects, Nürnberg – Germany

August 24th, 2017

The dynamic and pleasant shape of the self-service counter accompanied by the same wave-like curve at the ceiling, illuminated with an LED strip, enhances the warm atmosphere of wood surfaces below in combination with the clean white shelves.

Open House by Klein Dytham Architecture, Bangkok – Thailand

July 15th, 2017

Instead of occupying one box-like retail unit, Open House’s bookstore weaves its way throughout the entire Open House space. A tall book shelf has been installed at one end of the space, while a large double-height library wall wraps around the other. Smaller book shelves with integrated seating are scattered throughout, blending into the bar and restaurant spaces so people can browse at their leisure.

Sony PlayStation lounge by studio IMA, Seoul – South Korea

July 13th, 2017

The inside induces the natural flow from the left to right by tilting the wall at the edge and by specifying the spatial characteristic by comparting the place for the game title display and its demonstration and the place for cafeteria at the same time.

Namchon clubhouse by B&A Architects, Gwangju-si – South Korea

March 20th, 2017

As a result, sufficient discussion of what to keep before start building up and worries of the function had made to keep the value of Namchon and it brought newly and comfortable style of Namchon.

Casa Alitalia lounges by Studio Marco Piva, Rome, Milan – Italy

July 28th, 2016

The intense, all-encompassing perception fully reflects those characteristics Italy is renowned for. Both the form and the idea of a gateway leading into Casa Alitalia are reflected in the concept of a large doorway leading into an italian building, a passage that takes guest from the chaotic airport environment, into a calm, inviting, sophisticated space.

Olbia Airport Club Lounge by POINT.ARCHITECTS, Turin – Italy

July 20th, 2016

Maximum comfort in aesthetic and surroundings. An entrance decked in total black. Walls and video elements. Style refined in every minimal detail. All you need to overlook the wait and feel like you’re already flying at 30,00 feet.

THE STUDIO by Dyer-Smith Frey, Zurich – Switzerland

July 13th, 2016

Brass elements and an oak wall reflect the design language of the Bar. Discreet and yet present the Bar with its gridded oak front, its brass base and its indirectly illuminated, grand and slanted counter made from Carrara marble blends in the overall design of the restaurant.

PURO – The Social Club by Dyer-Smith Frey, Zurich – Switzerland

July 10th, 2016

Classic Wingback armchair, lit wooden book-shelves and inlaid wooden tables, a special design by DYER-SMITH FREY create a cozy Living Room ambiance.

Hakuunsou hotel by Makoto Yamaguchi Design, Yugawara – Japan

June 29th, 2016

Minimal down lighting illuminates just the restaurant tables, but keeps the focus of the space on the gorgeous Kumiko panel, and the views to the forest and river outside.

Superluxe Lounge by The Blue Leaves Design, New Delhi – India

June 9th, 2016

From exotic woods & stones, copper, brass & steel art walls, hand woven carpets, imported leathers, laser etched glass & feature lighting.

Deak St. Kitchen & Kupola Lounge café by B3 Designers, Budapest – Hungary

May 29th, 2016

With bold masculine undertones and a sophisticated design, Deák St. Kitchen restaurant makes a striking impression, with its deep rich leather seating, walnut tables and Hungarian point timber flooring.

Shinjuku Prince Hotel by CL3 Architects, Tokyo – Japan

April 25th, 2016

Drawing on a combination of natural elements from Japanese scenery, CL3 has created an indoor Zen environment to complement the synthetic nature of the Shinjuku district which is known for attractions such as robotic waiters.

Teatro Verdun lobby by Joseph Barakat Architects, Beirut – Lebanon

April 19th, 2016

The lobby’s design is best described as 1920’s art deco: it is opulent, vintage and glamorous. Geometric shapes and prints reminiscent of the era are made out of marble, brass and steel, complemented by oversized art nouveau murals and custom-made light installations made to recreate an epoch where culture and technology were simultaneously blooming and coalescing, and when the arts were a way of life.

V+ Lounge by LYCS Architecture & Studio Waffles, Hangzhou – China

February 24th, 2016

Meanwhile, there are flexible ribbon-like light coming from scattering lights near the corridor as if one can only experience when he travels in the sparkling underwater world.