Archive for the ‘showroom’ category

Cibic Marazzi Tile Club by Studio Blanco, Rome – Italy

May 16th, 2018

The temporary hospitality experience takes inspiration from London’s gentlemen’s clubs – opening the traditionally exclusive concept ‘to anyone interested in ceramics as an artistic and architectural form’. The tactile allure of marble, metal and concrete present in the Grande ceramic slabs are experienced alongside Grand Carpet, the collection by Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel.

Showroom Plicosa by Miel Arquitectos, Palma – Spain

May 15th, 2018

And little more: restraining braces that support tribunes and balconies, lattices of cypress that sift and ventilate, black pipes and air condition shafts like the night that covers them, boxes inside boxes, hierarchies that are assembled as Russian dolls and the resulting “outer” space prepared for the SHOW, whether Truman or the independent Republic of your home.

NOMART showroom by Kuudes, Helsinki – Finland

May 10th, 2018

Even though the products play the leading role, the space itself is anything but boring: the chosen colours and materials give an edgy feel to the otherwise cosy and welcoming space. By using natural shapes and materials, the design speaks the same language as the iconic furniture.

Avenue Road showroom by Abraham Chan, Vancouver – Canada

May 9th, 2018

Chan and Avenue Road first cleaned up the Toronto space by covering brickwork and mechanical systems, and painting all the walls white. Existing rough wooden beams and columns are left exposed as a contrast to this neutral backdrop, with a series of other industrial-style metalwork providing a reference to the history of the space.

Terratinta Ceramiche headquarter & showroom by Enrico Bergamini, Modena – Italy

April 20th, 2018

The wooden elements improve the ambient acoustic performances. They are easily removable, making the workspaces and the shared areas more adaptable in time. The furnishings are an essential part of the entire design. They are custom elements designed to improve the relations among users. The big desks in the open spaces, for example, allow the users to work together keeping the independence of every workstation.

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.

Gaggenau flagship showroom by Einszu33, Chengdu – China

March 30th, 2018

Drawing inspiration from the inner courtyards found in ancient Chinese homes, the designers incorporated a miniature courtyard in contemporary style. Black forest trees are used in reference to Gaggenau’s German heritage at the core of a stripped-back, clean yet technical aesthetic – also reflected in the products.

BATAVIA furniture showroom by ABATON, Madrid – Spain

March 27th, 2018

Exuding warmth and patina, the space created includes original mosaic floors, exposed solid stone support columns, in addition to new large steel cased apertures which link the various spaces of the new showroom.

The Light-Art Gallery by Renesa Architecture Design Interior, India

March 27th, 2018

The ideology of commanding the monolithic curves as per the design and placement of the lights was to initially conceal the heavy structural members at the site as well as provide a design harmony to the viewers path of the latest lighting and art design trends at offer.

Artedomus showroom by The Stella Collective & Thomas Coward Studio, Sydney – Australia

March 16th, 2018

The luxurious, sensuous space is far from conventional concepts of a stoneware supplier’s showroom. Imagined as an ‘immersive interior mecca to be used as a creative paradise for architects, designers and dreamers alike’, the Artedomus showroom blurs the lines between retail and takes visitors on a four-part journey into the possibilities and potential of stone.

OIAM Boutique by NONG STUDIO, Shanghai – China

March 8th, 2018

On the second floor, its function wanders between display and living room. The soft white window gauze builds a comfortable and gentle shopping experience. You can flip through VOGUE sitting in the Wegner shell chair or have small talks, slumping in the peacock blue vintage sofa in the VIP room.

Lumberjack Showroom by CBTE Architecture, Istanbul – Turkey

March 5th, 2018

While an area was created with a brick wall and plaster for the outdoor, the inspiration for the street fashion was to use graffitis. The middle of the showroom was kept empty for those, who examined the products to move freely, while the displays were exhibited on the walls.

Filling Pieces graphic sneaker showroom by FLIP ZIEDSES DES PLANTES, New York City

February 23rd, 2018

A dynamic grid of lines and hexagonal shapes covers the floor and walls of this New York City gallery. The grid is divided into five separate ‘islands’ in five grey tones. Each island represents a style segment, making up the amazing sneaker collection of the brand.

Peserico showroom by C&P Architetti, Soho – New York

December 4th, 2017

Peserico showroom by C&P Architetti, Soho – New York

Oppein Showroom by P A L Design Group, Guangzhou – China

November 22nd, 2017

The loveliest surprise of all would perhaps be the amount of greenery planned from head to toe – a cosy environment filled with potted plants overhead, vegetation walls and moss-like carpets.

Alkindy Group office and showroom by OSO Architecture, Jeddah – Saudi Arabia

November 20th, 2017

The constructional system of the building creates several different sections beside the main curvy corridor of the showroom, where different brands of shoes are sold. So our conceptual design idea was to combine these all separated sections in together with creating special wooden ceiling.

Janosik Design Window Showroom by Mjölk, Prague – Czech Republic

November 17th, 2017

Now, the entire showroom looks much cleaner and better-arranged. The light shades of the interior help the windows on display to stand out. Jakub’s wish was to stick to Czech design with the furnishing as well.

The FLOW Showroom by Studio IQL

November 14th, 2017

The studio designs public spaces that people can make their own and private spaces that resonate for the people that live in them. Every project is a bespoke process. We invite our clients to bring their idiosyncrasies and personalities to the process.

Normann Copenhagen showroom, Copenhagen – Denmark

November 3rd, 2017

A centrally located staircase guides visitors to the lower gallery where velvet steps give way to yellow sapphire on every visible surface.

Universal Building Products Showroom by Casey Chua / ADX Architects, Singapore

October 24th, 2017

The inspiration for our design came from the idea of showcasing the tiles akin to art work in a gallery. The minimalist aesthetic accentuated the products. A black and white theme was chosen to be a neutral background for the materials that were being showcased.