Posts Tagged ‘concrete’

BLOX EATS cafeatery by Jensen Retail Group, Copenhagen – Denmark

July 15th, 2018

Materials as steel and iron, gray and black concrete, oak tree, glass with green color complements the BLOX building and plays perfectly against the water outside the cafeatery’s windows. The interior is all custom made and appears raw and untreated, so one can really see the design.

Tartuferia San Paolo restaurant by mf+arquitetos, São Paulo – Brazil

July 6th, 2018

The well-designed and prominent carpentry compose the use of the restaurant, as well as part of the decoration, which is always thought of details of materials, furniture and textures.

Straits Clan club by Takenouchi Webb, Singapore

July 5th, 2018

Nestled in a part of town once rife with clan associations that helped to build the island state’s economic success, the club references their history through a myriad of design elements. Local design practice Takenouchi Webb has created a welcoming atmosphere, captured in a palette of onyx, concrete, rattan and lush tropical greenery that effortlessly ties in with the neighbourhood.

Shanghai Baoye Center Interior by LYCS Architecture, Shanghai – China

July 4th, 2018

The use of transparent glass and glass terrace, green plants on both sides of the atrium and sunlight from the top of the triangular grid, which together create a vibrant outdoor feeling in the interior.

JET store by COA Arquitectos, Mexico City – Mexico

July 4th, 2018

The materials that predominate are slate and concrete that manage to create a perfect balance with the glass facade framed in wood.

RUSZTOWANIE bistro by mode:lina, Poznań – Poland

July 4th, 2018

The space is almost fully fitted with ready to use products straight from a building warehouse, such as: construction props arranged as to create openwork partitions, timber used for seats or to decorate the bar, galvanized metal pipes turned into lamps and used in tables, walls finished with concrete lattice paving blocks.

Voice of Coffee by Yusuke Seki, Kobe – Japan

July 4th, 2018

Almost all of the structural elements were left as they were found during the demolition process. The wooden screen below the ceiling, for example, is the original timber frame that held up the suspended ceiling in the space’s former life, rediscovered as workers removed the plaster that had hidden it for years.

Belle and Sue store by Molet, Tel Aviv – Israel

June 23rd, 2018

To make this concept come alive we used a combination of concrete, solid wood and iron, as well as a touch of polycarbonate in the dressing rooms and shelves. As for lighting, we played around with light sources that add to Belle & Sue’s unique shopping experience.

Hype DC concept store by Noise Noise Noise, Sydney – Australia

June 13th, 2018

Reflective surfaces bounce light around a small space, capturing the eye of the passer by. The silver foil ceiling is carefully articulated in panels to create a subtle grid reference and linear formation. Softness is achieved via a play on textures – clear mesh tarpaulin curtains line the concrete walls, whilst formed concrete plinths take the shape of draped fabric and sit centre place in the shopfront.

Akerman LLP Offices by Wirt Design Group, Los Angeles – California

June 11th, 2018

Designers played with geometries of architectural elements against the grid of the ceiling. Glass, natural stone, glossy ceramic tile, pops of red and modern artwork, furnishings, and lighting contrast with the rawness of the exposed antique structure. Carpet and wood paneling add a sense of warmth to the minimalist space.

McEwen School of Architecture by LGA Architectural Partners, Sudbury – Canada

June 6th, 2018

The resulting mini-campus unites four different building typologies around a central courtyard. The first phase of the project adapted two historic structures: a timber rail shed turned market building into the “FabLab,” where traditional and contemporary building methods are explored, and a former masonry Canadian Pacific Railway ticketing and telegraph office that now serves as faculty offices.

Ash London by Francesc Rifé Studio, London – UK

June 5th, 2018

Additionally, a brass frame has been used throughout one side of the shop connecting the shoes on display with prêt-à-porter. The goal is that those lines are a reminder of the shapes suggested by the traditional bamboo scaffolding.

Supreme Store by Neil Logan Architect, New York City

June 2nd, 2018

The skate bowl, a self-supporting site-specific installation was designed and built by Steven Bladgett of the art collective Simparch. The bowl’s complex geometric form was fabricated with the aid of CNC technology.

Footpatrol store by Counterfeit Studio, Paris – France

May 30th, 2018

A series of chevron-shaped zinc panels has been attached to the ceiling and form a canopy of sorts that ties in with the metal shelving, cabinets and other furnishings below. Also to be found here is an interactive kiosk which also allows an immediate overview of the current collection.

Cask 215 bar by Ramūnas Manikas, Šiauliai – Lithuania

May 29th, 2018

The space is full of dark grey detailing: such as constructions of black metal, the patterns of grey tiles were partially used, the hanging wires, concrete bar top as well as the chairs. A shade of gold colouring of the chandeliers and bar equipment was invoked to liven up this monochrome colour game.

Fauno café by Dosde Espacios, Envigado – Colombia

May 28th, 2018

FAUNO is simple and casual we achieve the blending of wood and concrete. We configured the space with three main characters, bookstore, counter and cavities, in this way we evoque the literature in a modern space.

Kenzo Jeans store by Leco arquitectos, Bogota – Colombia

May 24th, 2018

The commercial room is divided in to three integrated spaces, the first with a male identity with rustic finishes such as iron, concrete, natural wood and strong textures in earth colors, the second more subtle for a female product with cleaner walls, in shades of gray soft, cleaner furniture with continuous linear display, in direct lighting highlighting the shapes and perforations so that natural light mixes with artificial light creating a lighter atmosphere.

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.

Café Blá by ALPHA RKD & LOVA, Munich – Germany

May 14th, 2018

The materials reflect the harsh and unpredictable nature of Iceland. For this, typical colors were defined as blue (blá) and yellow. Through the use of concrete, oak wood and felt, the colors blue and yellow are supported.

Boutique office by Dymitr Malcew, Singapore

May 14th, 2018

Warm oak is juxtaposed with raw concrete that represents authenticity and imperfection. Black framed glass partitions are modern interpretation of traditional screens while authentic rice paper is used for glass film.