Posts Tagged ‘glass doors’

Wechat Pay – WeLife Unmmaned Store by Spacemen, Shanghai – China

June 1st, 2018

Despite no cashier or checkout counter insight shoppers are able to leave the store with their goods in hand without having to stop and pullout cash or a credit card. Concealed scanners at the exit allows shoppers to enjoy this fully unmanned shopping experience without any hassle.

Silicon Valley Bank Offices by Fennie+Mehl Architects, New York City

April 11th, 2018

Environmental graphics and kinetic architectural elements bring in vibrancy. Angled ceiling elements are a subtle nod to forward movement. Exterior windows bring in the street view. The company motto Make Next Happen Now is part of how a local mural artist transformed an original brick wall of the Main Stage boardroom into a brand statement celebrating Manhattan.

Hiya office by Csiszér Design, Budapest – Hungary

March 6th, 2018

The glass doors, with visual circuit pattern, make the reception open-plan with the rest of the office. By knocking down the wall and removing the old ceiling, the size of the floor space almost doubled and light came flooding in. We designed stray lights and adjustable lights, so the ceiling reflects light which creates the illusion of greater depth.

Taipas Real Estate Offices by Salamanca Arquitetos, Toledo – Brazil

September 9th, 2017

The main idea was bringing the construction essence into the office by using materials in their raw forms, such as pipes and apparent concrete, which, in addition to having a connection with the company segment, contribute to the contemporary air of the project.

IVF Fertility Specialists by Lab4 architects, Athens – Greece

August 31st, 2017

The materials and the colors were chosen so as to convey a modern and gentle vision of the space. The main colors in the majority of the surfaces are the white and the deep petrol which embraces the waiting room and the reception.

TD Group Office by Limor Efrati,Tel Aviv – Israel

April 29th, 2017

The main request of the owners was to feel at home, they spend many hours in the office and many of their meetings are informal.

Wake Space Up! Urban Eco-Balcony by Farming Studio, Hanoi – Vietnam

April 17th, 2017

The steel girder-tree system works as a new look for the house in order to create double space for the balcony area. Maximum expansion of glass doors system into balcony takes advantage of the natural light–wind source to the building.

721 Tonkatsu Restaurant 2 by Golucci International Design, Shanghai – China

March 8th, 2017

The style of the restaurant conforms to European pasture with plenty of board and wooden square on the facade. Even the traditional wooden roof is applied over the dining area. Except for the wooden decoration, the external facade is used massively of the glass material and the glass doors are particularly attractive.

Bubble Lab by dongqi Architects, Changzhou – China

March 5th, 2017

Inspired by Origami, the irregularly folded stainless steel sheets are the main elements of the shop-front facade, the beer wall and the bar counter. Laser-cutting circles grow large from bottom up to the top on the one side of the sheets, lights leaking out of the circles cast spots and reflection on the other side.

Tech startup incubator by Rafael de Cárdenas, New York

January 26th, 2017

Architecture at Large overhauled the building’s five storeys to house offices of various sizes, able to accommodate small startups in executive pods, four-person private spaces, and open offices.

Mendeley office by align, London – UK

September 9th, 2016

The most unique aspect of the zones comes in the use of wallcoverings with both sliding screens and write-on walls that enable Mendeley’s staff to work on coding and scheduling, whilst constantly benefitting from interaction with and input from other staff.

Jue Lan Club restaurant by Dutch East Design, New York City

July 25th, 2016

The main bar lounge reflects one of the more refined spaces within the restaurant. Custom banquettes and a large, glowing blown glass chandelier are all custom-made by local fabricators.

Gensler office, Oakland – California

June 29th, 2016

Aptly named “Scarlet” after the majestic oak tree, this room has movable glass doors and warm toned curtains creating layers which open and recede to transform the reception area into a gathering space for social events.

PRS office by Paritzki & Liani Architects, Tel Aviv – Israel

May 17th, 2016

In the new office, the product is used to create a billowing ceiling intended to reference undulating forms of a cloudy sky and the ocean, both of which are visible through the windows.

Mars offices by M.O.O.CON, Vienna – Austria

April 27th, 2016

Featuring a two-floor lounge with tea and coffee making facilities and working areas where employees can exchange ideas spontaneously or during scheduled meetings, the conservatory certainly is the property’s hub engine of creative exchange.

Saatchi & Saatchi Offices by Inhouse Brand Architects, Cape Town – South Africa

December 24th, 2015



Inhouse Brand Architects bring a striking simple modern functionality to Saatchi & Saatchi’s Cape Town offices

Stek Law Office by Fokkema & Partners, Amsterdam – Netherlands

July 20th, 2015



The office for Stek, a Dutch Lawyers firm, is located at one of the most iconic locations in the center of Amsterdam.

Accountable Health Offices by OTJ Architects, Rockville – Maryland

February 26th, 2015

OTJ Architects have designed the offices of Accountable Health located in Rockville, Maryland.

Kafe Magasinet by Robach Arkitekturn, Gothenburg – Sweden

February 2nd, 2015

Kafe Magasinet by Robach Arkitekturn, Göteborg – Sweden

Octagon office by TPG Architecture, McLean – Virginia

September 27th, 2014

Reclaimed wood flooring was used to visually connect the space: starting with the transaction top of the reception desk (with integrated back lit logo), to the wall in the seating area, surrounding the inset carpet in the conference rooms, and continuing into the “Octapen” which is separated from the seating areas by glass doors.