Archive for the ‘spaces’ category

BEN THANH Restaurant by NISHIZAWAARCHITECTS, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

April 11th, 2018

The inside filter, inspired from the high-side windows of the Market, is a large glass-jalousie partition composed of about 1,000 pieces of tempered glass. It breaks the reflection image of the neighboring cityscape and changes its visual appearance with various conditions such as the glass angles, the sun direction, the weather or the seasons – inscribing the building in a slow rhythm.

ISEI beauty shop by A design Studio, Kiev – Ukraine

April 11th, 2018

ISEI beauty shop by A design Studio, Kiev – Ukraine

econocom Offices by Il Prisma Milano srl, Milan – Italy

April 10th, 2018

The need to realize multifunctional areas means to create connections, integrate more services to different activities, and converge digital high-level systems in unconventional physical spaces; from the Gym where one can recharge, to the Lounge Room to activate collaboration; from the Tech Lab conceived for kids, to the Academy structured to educate adults.

Projekt Produkt flagship store by Kunsik Choi, Seoul – South Korea

April 10th, 2018

The ground floor features a large number of the furniture and objects that have been specifically designed, including sleek benches and floor lamps, displays that mimic stacks of paper sheets, and elegant cabinets crafted from wood and glass. Upstairs on the mezzanine floor, shoppers first come across a somewhat homey section with backlit shelving, benches placed on a colourful carpet, and a chest of drawers.

Yaposhka restaurant by Canape, Kharkiv – Ukraine

April 10th, 2018

The main space-forming element was the skeleton — a key element of Japanese aesthetics. The help of the whole factory was needed for its manufacture, and the total length of the pipes of the whole structure was almost five kilometers. In contrast to brutal, “street” materials such as brick and concrete, all furniture in the interior is smooth, tactile and made of natural materials — wood and plywood.

House of Ginseng by SML & THE CORNERZ, Yeongju – South Korea

April 10th, 2018

When you enter the promotion hall lobby, a logo to symbolize Punggi Ginseng, precisely polished, emits light, while the pure-white wall on the background flows into the indoor space. The two sides of the curve type indoor space correspond to different languages centering around the middle passage and continue from the entrance to the opposite end.

Like a Flight of Starlings installation by Daniel Buren, Tokyo – Japan

April 10th, 2018

The suspended installation, called Like a Flight of Starlings, is inspired by the artist’s seeing a flock of this bird species flying away, and comprises of no less than 1,675 triangular flags with a red stripe and a blue stripe pattern attached to a metal frame that’s suspended diagonally between the second and fifth floors.

PANDORA Shine by YourStudio, Sydney – Australia

April 10th, 2018

Taken cues from PANDORA’s geometric honeycomb charm design, YourStudio have designed and built an immersive 5 meter high installation called ‘The Hive’ to replicate a working beehive. This includes ‘Humming Hubs’ that incorporate scent and sound, LED light panels that mimic the movement of bees and the Pandora product housed in the scent-infused stigmas of gold-plated flowers to create a genuine multi-sensory experience.

Museum of Me (MOME) by B U G Studio, Bangkok – Thailand

April 9th, 2018

Showcasing ever-evolving art with each exhibition-goer being transformed into the subject of the featured pieces, “Museum of Me” (MOME) takes art experience and customisation into a whole new, unimaginable level in which art and art merchandises are created as one-and-only show/ item for the one-and-only viewer.

Crabber restaurant by Archpoint, Moscow – Russia

April 9th, 2018

The restaurant itself is one hall space. The democratic approach to the organization of space is preserved by common dining table surrounded by vintage chairs of barbershops converted into bar stools.

Mannington Design Center by Corgan, Atlanta – Georgia

April 9th, 2018

The overall design concept embodied the warmth inherent to Mannington, with touches of Southern hospitality reflected throughout. Upon entry, customers are greeted by a living room rather than the traditional desk so the space feels less like a showroom and more like a home.

M FITNESS by IF (Integrated Field), Bangkok – Thailand

April 9th, 2018

A selection of orange gives the energetic feeling and the continuity from steps at the main entrance to the stairs that leads to the main reception and cardio space on the 2nd floor, and to the orange floor-wall-ceiling main jogging track on the 3rd floor respectively.

Joana João store by Kube Arquitetura, Rio de Janeiro – Brazil

April 9th, 2018

The clothes are exposed hanged by those ribbons, which have 5 different colors varying from shades of blue and green, over the walls in different heights so they all can be seen.
In the middle of the store there are tables and seats made of wood with details in orange tapes, which are also used to compose the products exposition.

Coneon GmbH Offices, Herborn – Germany

April 8th, 2018

The first step of the renovation was to pull down walls and install glass partitions. The suspended ceiling grid was converted into an open ceiling, which gave it an industrial look. Paths were created with a concrete structure and the warm wooden colours of the furniture were combined with a fresh green tone to give the space a light, inviting feel.

The Yays – Crane Apartment by Edward van Vliet, Amsterdam – Netherlands

April 7th, 2018

As the crane has been out of commission for so many years, with its fate uncertain, this project deserves applause for its reuse of such an unorthodox space. At the hotel’s opening ceremony, the last crane operator, commented on how happy he was to see the old structure get a ‘new life.’

XL Catlin Offices by The Design Group, Wrocław – Poland

April 6th, 2018

The colors are based on clear contrasts of white and black enriched with walnut veneer giving the interior elegance. Bevels and oblique lines appearing in a number of design elements are distinctive. The interior is enriched with vibrant colors of furniture and green walls contrasting with monochromaticity of the entire assumption.

FOODKURT restaurant by kplus konzept, Leipzig – Germany

April 6th, 2018

Exposed copper pipes, concrete or tiles on walls and tables, lighting and furniture made of metal and wood in industrial style, give the restaurant authenticity and individuality. Even the floor offers surprising details – animal graphics worked into the plaster!

Bean2Bar chocolatier by Studio Toggle, Kuwait City – Kuwait

April 6th, 2018

The architects devised a simple solution that featured a slender, cellular waffle vault along the longitudinal axis of the store that morphed into a sleek secondary enclosure. This eliminated the need for a conventional ceiling and created an illusion of a greater expanse. The dimensions of the cells of the vault was based on the modular packaging unit used by the chocolatier and this led to new synergies like re-imagining the vault with its cellular modularity as an analogue screen with the cells doubling up as pixels.

Taliwang Bali restaurant by Metaphor Interior Architecture, Jakarta – Indonesia

April 6th, 2018

Eclectic choices of materials in Taliwang Bali restaurant include natural elements that are associated with the origin of Bali cuisine served in this restaurant. Rattan style chairs and varied pendant lamps reflect the authentic and traditional lifestyle that is offered by Bali rural areas; the location of scenic terraced rice paddies.