Posts Tagged ‘complex’

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.

FRENN store by Pentagon Design, Helsinki – Finland

May 16th, 2018

The aesthetic bears all the hallmarks of Scandinavian design, but is also infused with materials and colours that lend it a cosmopolitan edge. The indigo blue wall ties in with the brand’s new graphic design that also bears the signature of the aforementioned agency. Furnishings are sparse, comprising merely of shelving, a display, a sales counter, and all seamlessly blend into the understated setting.

Call Me MOSAIC Bookstore by TurtleHill, Guangzhou – China

April 23rd, 2018

As the studies on reading behaviour, the C-shaped shelves are devised as the module. Shelves of varied length stacking in space generate a complex and bursting book wall just like the multi-dimensional space illustrates in scenes of Interstellar. People can experience horizontal reading when receiving information from different directions at the same time.

Bolshevik identity by Apus Agency

April 18th, 2018

Brand main colours became open red and black – as reference to post-revolutionary posters graphic. Coppery-gold tone on black field fleshed graphics out. As a result, Apus Agency obtained chastity and laconism, which were clear to their target audience, and continued rich familiar image of historical place.

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.

Tirajhe Cinema lobby by Admun Studio, Tehran – Iran

March 20th, 2018

The railings of the surfaces go up and reach the ceiling. Their extension continues to the ceiling turning into multiple linear recessed lights, breaking the visual continuity into several frames as the user walks through the space.

Gucci headquarters by Piuarch, Milan – Italy

February 26th, 2018

The large plaza, surrounded by exposed brick fronts, is livened up by carefully positioned trees, while a thick wood of lime trees gives the project a distinctly ‘green’ feel, focusing on sustainable design.

Dover Street Market, Singapore

July 31st, 2017

The store occupies a 12,325 sq.ft. [1,145 sqm.] pavilion-like structure with a high ceiling – at well over 10 metre at its highest – that’s marked by a series of colourful giant arches. Mind you, it’s the first that time colour has been used architecturally in any of Dover Street Market’s stores.

Hooked seafood restaurant by Hannah Churchill, Shanghai – China

July 17th, 2017

The interior is relaxed and playful with fresh white furniture and white washed timber plank finishes. Tropical wallpaper and aqua blue add fun pops of colour throughout the space.

Kaminario offices by Samuelov Studio, Yokneam – Israel

May 29th, 2017

The finishing material schema, which was conceived to reflect the brand’s story, combines longevity and sturdy character, such as dismantled bricks, recycled wood, refinishing and polishing the native concrete floors of the building, etc., to resonate the RECOLLECTIONS theme.

Unplugged exhibition by Secondome , Milan – Italy

April 24th, 2017

Even if it sounds weird to link design to the word “Unplugged”, this apparently dissonant collection, realized by six designers (each of them with a peculiar style), has a shared basic concept: the idea that every project is to be handmade, in order to exalt the core material’s features.

Subway 2016 windows by Coach & Booma Group, New York City

October 24th, 2016

This is the Coach vision of a Subway, luxurious, beautiful and stylish. Gunmetal handrails, bag holders and accessories, suede seats, pink brushed metal pannels and rubber floor.

Turnstyle retail complex by Architecture Outfit, New York City

September 1st, 2016

‘Turnstyle’ is an underground retail development in New York City that has transformed a heavily traversed existing passageway into a vibrant public space for shopping, eating, and gathering.

Lord Aeck Sargent offices, Atlanta – Georgia

August 16th, 2016

Each corner of the square floor plan is occupied by conference rooms and other special spaces including a large training room and resource library. Eight conference rooms offer full audio visual and video conferencing capabilities for communication with the firm’s other offices, clients and consultants.

Trend Optik by Csiszér Design, Sopron – Hungary

July 29th, 2016

The long and dominant but still simple desk helps serving nice and neat. The counter at the back is right opposite the entrance. Darkish tones of the wall and accessories with wood and pleasant lighting make the look complex.

The Kafe – Yard by PHAMQUANGDUC, Hanoi – Vietnam

July 26th, 2016

The boundary between the indoor and outdoor are blurred. The garden was covered with a glass canopy that shields us from rain. Here, you can take a sip from your cup of coffee while simultaneously enjoying the sunrays filtering through the leaves and appreciating the playful chipmunks.

Milk&Pink ice cream & cafe by Michael Samoriz & umbra-design studio, Ivano-Frankivsk – Ukraine

July 15th, 2016

At the present time in the dungeons of the restored bastion of a gallery “Bastion” – a shopping and entertainment complex with a terrace for walking, souvenir shops, boutiques, cafes and restaurants. A permanent exhibition of sculptures, paintings and photographs.

Gyeongseing 999 café by Starsis, Seoul – South Korea

July 12th, 2016

The objects that were broken or worn out were used for a different purpose (combine and gather) which created a lively and vivid space. Like a puzzle which creates one complete image, the small objects came together to form and send a strong message.

Losing Myself exhibition by Níall Mclaughlin and Yeoryia Manolopoulou, Venice – Italy

June 1st, 2016

Using a time-based projection, the machine ‘redraws’ the experience of this plan as collectively witnessed by sixteen people occupying the building over the course of one day.

Undreamed Territories art installation by Carlos Coronas, Avilés – Spain

May 25th, 2016

The works, built primarily of wood – respond to each other using electronic impulses. The gradual rise and fall of the light within the space mimics the feeling of breathing, which makes the individual pieces appear as living organisms.