Posts Tagged ‘London’

Issey Miyake store by Tokujin Yoshioka, London – UK

June 16th, 2018

Captured in black and white palette, each floor is fitted out with a cutting-edge triangular steel powder coated hanger rail which displays Issey Miyake’s apparel pieces as if they were floating in mid air.

Serpentine Gallery Pavilion by Frida Escobedo, London – UK

June 13th, 2018

Escobedo’s design, which fuses elements typical to Mexican architecture with local London references, features a courtyard enclosed by two rectangular volumes constructed from cement roof tiles. These tiles are stacked to form a celosia, a type of wall common to Mexican architecture which is permeable, allowing ventilation and views to the other side.

Cloud Pergola – The Croatian Pavilion at the 2018 Venice Biennale, Venice – Italy

June 6th, 2018

Inspired by the complexity and beauty of cloud formations, Andrasek mathematically captured a snapshot of architectural fabric at high resolution as a complex synthesis of novel tectonics, complex porosity, light filtering and shadow casting. The structure was created using computational simulation, big data and robotic 3D printing by Ai Build.

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.

Daylesford flexible display by The Marketing Works, London – UK

May 29th, 2018

The ingenuity of the Magnetik system means it can be endlessly reconfigured by simply removing the magnetically attached shelf and tension fabric graphic, before adjusting the position of the magnets. Once repositioned, the fabric is easily pushed back into a channel on the frame, and each shelf snaps into place, creating the appearance of a floating product display.

The Shop at Bluebird store by Dalziel & Pow, London – UK

May 23rd, 2018

New York City-based architecture firm Kohn Pedersen Fox not only supervised the transformation master plan of the popular Covent Garden shopping zone, but also gifted Carriage Hall, as the new home of The Shop at Bluebird is called, its most striking architectural feature: the inner courtyard’s glass roof. The modern intervention allows in floods of daylight to permeate the entire premises.

CMS Offices by KKS & MCM Architecture, London – UK

May 11th, 2018

The open plan is supported with informal and formal meeting spaces where noisy activities can occur, directly off connecting stairs, leaving concentrated work at the desk. With the support of Microsoft Surface Pro tablets and smart phones for all staff, CMS has created a truly mobile working environment inside the office as well as outside and is setting the trend for the future of workspace.

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.

Forest store by and then-studio, London – UK

May 1st, 2018

Functional and neon lighting provides feature points, while reclaimed wood contrasts with stark metal and the industrial aesthetic of the railway arch interior. Terracotta pots, the polished concrete floor, textures from the various wares and the vibrant green of the fauna all works together to form a seamless identity that defines Forest’s space.

Jason Markk store by Brinkworth Design & Wilson Brothers, London – UK

April 21st, 2018

The new location is a compact service area, tiled in white louvered metal from which shelving and storage containers can be hung. The well-known style of Jason Markk LA has been maintained, with use of birch plywood in the counter and display cases as well as the cubby holes for shoe storage. Window-backed shelving is utilized as a product display area for the various cleaning solutions and packages.

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.

WEX Photo Video store by Ormerod Sutton Architects, London – UK

April 12th, 2018

OSA designed areas including a drone flight zone, events theatre, gallery and created bespoke play tables. OSA also chose specific materials and colours to ensure that the black products stood out, whilst also ensuring that Wex’s brand identity wasn’t compromised. OSA also specified several sustainable elements, such as flooring constructed from cacao chips and crushed cocoa shells, and LED lighting across the store.

The Fold flagship store by Kinnersley Kent Design, London – UK

April 6th, 2018

The flagship is a true home for the brand and a community hub for its customers. The concept’s focus is on high service delivered in an inspirational and contemporary setting, with the look and feel of a members’ club and hard-working, multi-functional spaces. By day, the central bar, equipped with oversized iPads and power sockets, provides clients with a comfortable space to catch up on emails, or simply grab a water or coffee.

Benetton flagship store, London – UK

April 5th, 2018

Swingers West End by Zachary Pulman Design Studio, London – UK

April 3rd, 2018

Unusual elements within the design include the bar which is 28-metres long inside a bandstand, and the food stands, which are modern beach huts where the panelling has been designed to make the total appearance like an axonometric drawing (they look 3D but they are 2D). To further compliment the 1920s English Riviera brief, we took traditional iconography and re-interpreted it with a modern twist.

BW Offices by KKS, London – UK

April 3rd, 2018

Upholding and reflecting BW’s brand and core values was an essential part of the design created by KKS, threading this through the entire interior architecture in a subtle integrated manner, deviating from the obvious and simplistic application of color.

Duddell’s restaurant by Michaelis Boyd, London – UK

March 22nd, 2018

Inspired by Hong Kong in the 1960s, the aesthetic effortlessly blends colours and patterns into a retro style with a distinct contemporary feel, and incorporates many of the building’s original elements.

Hayman’s Gin Distillery by Contagious Design, London – UK

March 22nd, 2018

The period 450m² warehouse has been transformed into the Home of English Gin, a fully functioning gin distillery blended with finishing, quality and texture to achieve an atmosphere of contemporary elegance and warmth, nonetheless rooted in tradition and housed within a production space.

North Audley Canteen by Gundry + Ducker, London – UK

March 17th, 2018

North Audley Canteen by Gundry + Ducker, London – UK

Nexus Underwriting Offices by Peldon Rose, London – UK

March 8th, 2018

Working in such an impressive and historic building meant we could design a space that went beyond the usual confines of an office space. The concepts were inspired by large gallery spaces, warehouses and industrial spaces and the high ceilings meant that we could create something bespoke and take a more architectural approach.