Posts Tagged ‘garage doors’

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.

Maletis Beverage Offices by Holst Architecture, Portland – Oregon

March 23rd, 2018

In the administrative offices, Knoll Antenna workstations, reclaimed wood feature walls, polished concrete floors, an exposed ceiling, and steel and glass conference room pods with sliding doors fit naturally with the building’s industrial use and the company’s down to earth and nostalgic, but industry-leading approach to their business.

Microsoft Building B44 by ZGF Architects, Redmond – Washington

November 20th, 2014

A 35-foot living wall with over 36 plant species coupled with a three-story spiral helix staircase makes a dramatic welcoming lobby, and signals entrance to an imaginative custom workspace. Interactive artwork throughout creates a unique environment of engagement, and a creative home for Microsoft’s Cloud & Enterprise team.

Charles Smith Wines by Olson Kundig Architects, Walla Walla – Washington

February 9th, 2013

The armadillo contains a conference room and workspaces for 14 people. L-shaped steel panels slide along the side and top of the structure, alternately opening it up to views of the tasting room and natural light from above or shutting it down for security and privacy.

Microsoft offices by O+A, Redmond – Washington

February 1st, 2013

Spaces are built to address a variety of workspace needs – small focus pods address the need for concentrative space, studios create open spaces for collaboration and meeting rooms come in both formal and informal typologies.

Delicatessen by nemaworkshop, New York

August 3rd, 2011

For the design of Delicatessen, nemaworkshop explored the concept of urban identity, namely the vibrant SoHo neighborhood and more specifically the NY newsstand. Typically overlooked because of its ubiquity, the newsstand serves as an atypical yet appropriate model. They are open, in-and-out thoroughfares which foster a unique breed of social energy.