Posts Tagged ‘building’

TU Delft office by Fokkema & Partners, Delft – Netherlands

May 20th, 2018

The usable floorspace is optimized and the design is flexible, as needs of the users might change in the future. During design the various workgroups of the faculty were frequently involved to help them make the transition to the new building and a new work environment. Graphics in the meeting rooms, the labs and in the green moss wall portray the fascinations of the departments.

Paloma Cafe by dongqi Architects, Shanghai – China

May 19th, 2018

The pump and mechanical details are intentionally exposed within a metal casework. An old wood beam of the original building is exposed as well to give a contrast between old and new. To mimic the texture of the coffee machine, the designers choose to use the white stone as the material of the counter from the facade all the way into interior space.

Sorgenia Offices by Il Prisma Milano srl, Milan – Italy

May 18th, 2018

A floor full of energy, therefore, where you can find yourself working, playing or playing, as in the Ping-pong Area designed for both teamwork and for the individual, part of an island entirely dedicated to the game designed to stimulate meetings.

Archetonic Offices, Mexico City – Mexico

May 18th, 2018

Three metal-plate roofs refer to the proportions of the house below, and a metal mesh, tensioned between these roofs, give the building its discrete, clean and elegant look, while at night time, the lighting reveals its more complex characteristic—its history.

Finsbury Offices by BDG architecture + design, London – UK

May 10th, 2018

Refined quality and exemplary craftsmanship continue throughout. The lines and edges of the space are impactful whilst exquisite finishing matches wood with classic shades. The detailing shines without being ostentatious, winning attention through impeccability.

W-fit fitness club by LD Studio, Moscow – Russia

May 8th, 2018

Guests at the entrance are greeted by a spectacular composition of huge concrete reception desk, and a stairway wrapped around it. Although the building is not industrial, solving the problem of saving, we avoided unnecessary decorations to the maximum and incorporated the existing building structures into the aesthetic concept of interior design.

Ssense store by David Chipperfield Architects, Montreal – Canada

May 5th, 2018

In order to preserve the bones of the structure, a concrete shell was inserted behind the timber facade, allowing contemporary and minimalist interiors contrast with the more decorative exterior.

DWA NBD Studio by Dan Webster Architecture, Melbourne – Australia

May 4th, 2018

The building (circa early 1900’s) has a colorful history of many forms of retail and industry, which attributed to its industrial canvas. Simone’s soft approach to furniture selection and styling effortlessly compliments the vision. The rich features and textures, combined with the exposed beams, brickwork and greenery, provide a space that is light, harmonious and a gift to creativity.

Sai Gon Thuong Mai Hotel by H2 Arch, Vinh – Vietnam

April 30th, 2018

So the wood product is also made with a large amount involving many joinery shops waste lots of wood slab. That made the concept of using small wooden pillars be born. We collected the wood slab, planned and rolled them into many small wooden pillars with same size combining with iron frames to set some kinds of the module.

Re:Sources/Publicis Groupe Offices by VOX Architects, Moscow – Russia

April 28th, 2018

Gold bar hovering in the rising sun clouds — became the central element of the design of the whole office. The central element is the reception desk in the form of a gold ingot of 999 samples. Stylized lamps with a soft matte light resemble small clouds — the same theme can be traced in the drawings on the walls.

Centaline Property Office by Peng & Partners, Shenzhen – China

April 20th, 2018

“Box” serves as the starting point during this office design process. By embedding, subtracting and extruding the boxes, the designer creates and lines up a sequence of positive and negative spaces throughout the whole office, which meet various functions, such as reception, meeting, private working area and etc. Having different and unusual spatial proportion and scale, these boxes convey varied emotions, public and private, narrow and wide, dark and bright.

Omar’s Place Mediterranean restaurant by Sella Concept, London – UK

April 16th, 2018

The flush of warm peach is deepened by rust-hued suede banquettes while end-cut natural wood flooring primes the space from below. The playful terrazzo bar snakes through the interior like a coastline and responds to the deep jewel tones of the teal armchairs. The energetic materiality of brass is the red thread throughout the space, as pendant light fixtures orbit the bar and a brass door frame reflects a golden glow.

Bangkok Midtown Hotel by Plan Architect, Bangkok – Thailand

April 12th, 2018

The front side is gradually opened to be a welcome main approach of the building. In the courtyard, the pillar-alike vertical fins represent the traditional Thai temple pillar. At the end of the group of pillars, reflecting glass wall is designed and situated in order to create a visual continuous hall.

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.

MK-S Nursery by HIBINOSEKKEI + Youji no Shiro, Yokohama – Japan

April 1st, 2018

Regarding the interior, plyboards which looks rough in spite of natural materials are used. Like a base, everything is kept compact for realizing the unity among the building of interior and exterior.

Mindtree Offices by CnT Architects, Bangalore – India

March 31st, 2018

Every office floor of the new building is ringed by double-height break-out spaces. These spaces serve as social magnets that build a sense of community in the workplace, provide relief to the pressures of work, and offer vantage points to enjoy the views, particularly of the adjacent lake and greenery.

Shed #19 by Andrea Oliva Architetto, Reggio Emilia – Italy

March 29th, 2018

Thus, the building’s industrial heritage and historical significance is reclaimed while adjusting to contemporary requirements, turning a deteriorated area into a public space for the community and a site for relentless exploration of new ways of manufacturing.

Tike boutique by Kolege Studio, Belgrade – Serbia

March 29th, 2018

The juxtaposition and layering of the ancient and futuristic – unfinished surfaces and rough textural elements, raw, exposed walls, arches, verses, antique furniture pieces, the suspended joinery and shelving system that holds rows and rows of the latest ultramodern sneaker models, drawing connotations to Italian futurism and the cult of the machine age.

‘De poort van Borne’ Healthcare Center by Reitsema & partners architecten, Borne – The Netherlands

March 23rd, 2018

The new interior facades surrounding the court harmonise with the church’s existing spatial rhythm. Plastered entirely in white, they do not distract the eye from the original architecture. The result is a peaceful visual effect with a timeless character. This is enhanced by a screed floor and light brass-coloured window frames.

Calvin Klein 305W35NYC store by Sterling Ruby & Architectural Research Office, Paris – France

March 16th, 2018

The walls and vaulted ceiling are painted in a neutral gray hue, making the red and blue hand-painted, splattered canvas from ruby easily stand out. Custom fixtures are paired with an array of highly artistic mobiles with textile touches and life-size soft sculptures.