Posts Tagged ‘australia’

Sushi Zone by Span Design, Eastgardens – Australia

August 8th, 2017

The intension is to bring Japanese urban city atmosphere to this small shopping centre food court shop. In order to connect with the transportations related shop name with Japanese elements, the characters of the transportation system is been used throughout the design.

Zenith store by Span Design, Sydney – Australia

August 3rd, 2017

The design needs to represent Zenith as a combination of fashion and modern luxury pieces with the most sought-after looks of the season but still being easy and amiable for young generations to approach. When we were approaching the concept, the first word that popped up into our thoughts was “connection”.

ADCO Constructions Offices by Woods Bagot, Melbourne – Australia

July 31st, 2017

Form and massing studies led to the creation of a unique screening element. Offering a new perspective to materiality, the brick motif was crafted in timber used in repetition with an application traditionally reserved for brick. The feature wall produced demarcates the space while allowing sightlines to be maintained throughout.

Inbloom flower kiosk by Span Design, Burwood – Australia

July 28th, 2017

Dominated at the entrance of the fresh food market, the kiosk should play a role to define the market and the rest of the retail zone in the shopping centre with the display of passion for the flowers.

Supercheap Auto flagship store by McCartney Design, Penrith – Australia

July 22nd, 2017

This is New Retail- it’s all about the customer. Over the front door there’s a rock concert sized LED screen. Out the front of the store are fitment bays where you can have your new purchases fitted and have a battery of tests and checks done.

Guylian flagship store by f&ha, Perth – Australia

July 19th, 2017

A spatial celebration of the fusion between the traditional and the contemporary has been the agenda of the space. The experience celebrates the rich heritage and articulates clearly all the new contemporary insertions.

Campos Barangaroo coffee kiosk by Woods Bagot, Sydney – Australia

July 11th, 2017

The design itself references the geometric grid on the base building’s facade, Woods Bagot wanted to instill a sense of purity and simplicity of form which in turn, manifests into a brass frame likened to a sculptural installation.

Fush & Chups branding by Brandon McIntosh, Australia

July 9th, 2017

The brand is meant to be friendly, tongue-in-cheek, light-hearted and most importantly welcoming. As a New Zealander it is about celebrating what makes us unique, taking control of the phrase and not being afraid to laugh at ourselves.

Phoenix HSL Office by PMG Group, Sydney – Australia

July 6th, 2017

Introducing the Phoenix family home; incorporating playful angles with an eclectic mix of styles and personal objects to reflect the fun-loving personality of the client, miss-matched like a share house.

Western Sydney University Campus by Woods Bagot, Parramatta – Australia

July 4th, 2017

With interior design by Woods Bagot, the vertical campus is designed to foster interaction, collaboration and partnerships with local business and industry, blurring the boundaries between business and tertiary education.

KOI Kitchen by loopcreative, Sydney – Australia

July 1st, 2017

The bar’s design is a blend of Scandinavian wooden features combined with a Japanese twist. There will be handcrafted solid oak dovetail jointed timber joinery and European furniture set the tone over a warm terrazzo floor.

IGA Summer Hill supermarket by loopcreative, Sydney – Australia

June 30th, 2017

A modified Italian Apeliono features in the entry of the store, which is used for visual merchandising and display and is a unique point of difference that reinforces the European Market feel.

Lazy Su restaurant by BrandWorks, Canberra – Australia

June 29th, 2017

Designing the concept was both an exploration exercise into 80-90’s asian pop culture as it was re-imagining asian fusion so it would stand on its own as Canberra’s go-to place. Designed to be a flexible all-day dining asian eating house, the venue had to allow for counter-side lunches and asian tapas dining to late night whisky, sake bar and cocktails.

PDG offices by Studio Tate, Melbourne – Australia

June 20th, 2017

As well as walnut veneer joinery, the headquarters also feature marble-clad bathrooms and stone surfaces that have been inlaid with brass, evoking a similar feel to a hotel or high-end private residence.

WA Cleanskin Cellars by Masterplanners Interiors, Perth – Australia

June 19th, 2017

This exciting space was created with upcycled produce crates, recycled wooden pallets, cut form ply displays, and reused wine barrel on racks as the shop front. The design is simple and clean, the fitout complete with the highest attention to detail.

Bare Witness restaurant by moMA Architects, Sydney – Australia

June 15th, 2017

Internal space is planned open and free, which perfectly reflects the ambition of the restaurant and chef himself – to serve healthy, trendy, and tasty food experience that is simultaneously cozy yet exciting. Bare Witness wants their customers to have the whole new experience of dining, but one that engages them with comfort.

NUBO playground by PAL Design, Sydney – Australia

June 5th, 2017

Carefully designed and flexibly suited for children from 2 to 8, it offers a stimulating and inclusive learning environment to encourage boundless imagination. The aim with NUBO is to strip away the play centre cliché and focus on an uncomplicated space that allows for communication and growth between families and supporting family interaction through early learning.

Dion Lee store by Akin Creative, Sydney – Australia

June 5th, 2017

The space is uncluttered, and is furnished by just two sculptural concrete volumes, one being a display, and the other serving as sales desk, in addition to a wall with shelving at the far end of the store.

The North Face Chadstone store by CoMa, Melbourne – Australia

June 1st, 2017

The North Face always strives to connect people with the outdoors, believing that “exploration creates an indelible bond with the outdoors”. Our inspiration for this project was about capturing the crux of this; strengthening the connection to the environment, and finding a balance between manmade and nature.

KLANG & CO. asian food depot by PNEUARCH, Victoria – Australia

June 1st, 2017

The artificial identity of the crane is counterpoised by the suspended tables, translucent screen wall which signify sea bubble and the sea; and level of bright glimpse effect throughout the spatial arrangement, embodied the illumination atmosphere of the Klang depot’s night life.