Posts Tagged ‘booths’

Booths Tea Range packaging by Smith&+Village

May 24th, 2017

Booths’ own label branding communicates the quality of the products. The new, simple, consistent and monolithic look we devised boosted customer recognition by reflecting the values of the retail brand, as well as its reputation for high quality.

Avast office by VRTIŠKA • ŽÁK, Prague – Czech Republic

September 8th, 2016

These are semi-open offices, which are on each floor decorated in different materials such as wood, steel, cement board (CETRIS), expanded, or cork.

Worldstores office by ThirdWay Interiors, London – UK

July 18th, 2016

The design itself is refined and sophisticated with brand colours throughout.

Silver brasserie by CORE, Washington D.C.

June 30th, 2016

Deep red leatherette upholstery adds tactile warmth to the booths and banquettes. Antique mirrors feature applied branding graphics similar to the Deco-era advertising styles.

Venafi office by Steven Christensen Architecture, Salt Lake City – Utah

May 18th, 2016

A transformable space at the heart of the project (large enough to house the entire global staff when fully expanded) is separated from adjacent work areas by a block of diner-style meeting booths on one side, and by a giant furniture-like pavilion on the other.

Macmillan Publishers offices by TPG Architecture, New York City

April 28th, 2016

Each floor features an open workspace that is broken up by higher benches that allow for collaboration. Additionally, on each floor there are color coded huddle booths which feature whiteboard walls, phones and privacy booths.

Vision Atelier Hair Salon by Takehiko Nez Architects, Yamanashi – Japan

June 7th, 2015

Takehiko Nez divides up a hair salon with mirrors, translucent screens and plants

Ministry of Sound Offices by Jump Studios, London – UK

March 8th, 2015

Jump Studios has designed a new office space for Ministry of Sound located in London.

Bridal Salon by Ryo Matsui Architects, Kumamoto – Japan

January 13th, 2015

The consultation space is completed by a private meeting room and a display area for bridal gowns beside the reception desk, which is covered in a zig-zagging pattern formed from pieces of inlaid wood.

The pharmacy of Tomorrow by Studio Dott, Antwerp – Belgium

January 7th, 2015

To minimize the threshold for asking advice, pharmacists are no longer positioned behind the counter, but amongst the customers. Customers receive and pay their medication at a striking green cross, centrally located in the store and highlighted by its appealing form and color.

Pro-stylist Lounge at Lakmé Fashion Week by Figments.Inc, Mumbai – India

April 30th, 2014

The essence of the design was to re-create the backstage experience. The approach to recreating the backstage experience was rather simple. The stylists and the products they employed were the highlights in space. Nooks were carved out for allowing meaningful conversations around style transformations.

Workshop Kitchen & Bar restaurant by SOMA, Palm Springs – California

January 23rd, 2013

The concrete furniture stands in immediate contrast to the white existing building. In the center aisle, a large communal dining table acts as a more public dining space, while large monolithic concrete booths provide a more intimate dining setting.

HP Total Care Center by Briggs Hillier, London

November 28th, 2012

The HP TCC provides workstations, web terminals and soft seating areas for customers while they wait. There are also informal areas for demonstrations and a training room for technology related seminars in conjunction with leading IT specialists.

Shang Xia store by Kengo Kuma, Beijing

November 26th, 2012

A lattice of extruded aluminium sections evokes images of the brickwork in Beijing’s old neighborhoods at this luxury boutique by Kengo Kuma and Associates.

Japanese Noodle restaurant by STILE / Ietsugu Ohara, Osaka

November 21st, 2012

Within, built-in booths are housed inside miniature, peak-roofed houses, framing a central, wrap-around counter. The aesthetic is minimalist, but warm – the use of wood and hanging lights give the place a cosy feel that leaves rooms for throngs of noodle lovers in this 123-sq-m restaurant.

LOW-TECH DESIGN! Budapest, Paulay Ede u. 33, 1061

November 16th, 2012

Through the use of recycled and cheap materials, the sections of the pub become converted into DJ booths, lounges, dance areas, and fully equipped sand sports arenas. luminous X-shaped bulbs, blue tables, sunsails are incorporated to reflect on the simplistic branding throughout the authentic architectural fabric of the space.

minä perhonen exhibition by Torafu, Tokyo

July 9th, 2012

We dressed the exhibition site, “The Stage”, located on the first floor of the Isetan’s Shinjuku Main Store for a temporary exhibition by minä perhonen. This fifth installment is themed “Natsumina” (the meaning of natsu is ‘summer’ in Japanese), and since the main feature is the yukata (a summer kimono) in 10 different fabric patterns, we arranged the dressed mannequins around the central booth.

Pollo Campero by Interbrand Design Forum, Webster – Texas

March 16th, 2012

Designers created a striking, modern, and colorful prototype with distinctive architectural elements. Dynamic angles and intersecting planes convey energy in a multi-colored fascia inspired by the Latin AmericanÕs flavor cues.

Cava Grill by Core Architecture, Bethesda

March 8th, 2012

This fast-food rollout prototype features a modern, Mediterranean style with simple, rustic finishes, custom copper light fixtures, and digital wall graphics depicting scenes of pastoral Greece.

SONO-OPTICA by Marketing-Jazz, Madrid

November 24th, 2011

Creativity and integrated design for the first optical and auditory centre from a Japanese brand. Elegant, daring and unique with a touch of Zen is how we chose to create this optical and auditory centre in Madrid. From the logo to the slogan, the furniture, the graphics and window displays.