Posts Tagged ‘London’

Private Client Offices by Oktra, London – UK

August 17th, 2018

The teapoint is situated towards the front of the office, providing a welcoming experience for both visitors and employees and further supporting a transparent company culture. The new space is designed to leave a lasting first impression for visitors, with a waiting room made entirely out of glass which can also be used as a meeting room or phone booth.

Selfridges store by Alex Cochrane Architects, London – UK

August 14th, 2018

Walls, pillars and shelving are clad in similar terrazzo, and is offset by white marble flooring. Detailing in walnut wood, rosewood veneer, glass, brass and felt adds a sophisitcated touch to the setting. Lighting comprises of ceiling spotlights, alternated by rows of pendant lamps that balance out the linear character of the setting.

Central Working co-working hub by Kinnersley Kent Design, London – UK

August 11th, 2018

The interior design celebrates the architecture of the Victorian industrial building, highlighting architectural nuances by juxtaposing original features with modern interventions. Prior to the redesign, most of the historic aspects of the building were hidden behind boards and layers of plaster. The designers brought the building’s character to the fore, revealing its original brickwork and glazed tile arches.

Anastasia Beverley Hills stores by Sheridan&Co, London, Manchester – UK

August 7th, 2018

Using a colour palette comprising ivory, rose gold and accents of matte black, the revised overall effect is still identifiably Anastasia in look and feel. The branding is executed in brushed rose gold with its elaborate brand mark embedded at the ends of each ivory coloured consultation counter.

England Rugby Store by The Shopper Agency, London – UK

August 4th, 2018

The resulting design was a visual celebration of the RFU and England Rugby using light and colour to hero the St George’s cross and the famous white England Jersey. The store has a dramatic circular entrance, that opens into bright and contemporary space. The new store also incorporates the stadium tour base and entrance to the stadium museum creating the perfect centre point for the full stadium experience.

Schüco Offices and Showroom by Thirdway Interiors, London – UK

August 1st, 2018

The monochrome colour pallet was purposely selected as a simple backdrop on which to showcase Schüco’s own products. The space is elegant and sleek in style, with contemporary lines softened by the use of texture and organic materials.

Levi’s® CINCH store by Lucky Fox, London – UK

July 31st, 2018

Keen to re-use and recycle where possible, the store features wood shelving repurposed from wood previously used in the store to clad the walls. In contrast to the ground floor, the vintage clothing room focusing on the LVC collection is darker in contrast and atmospheric to give the feel of a premium showroom.

Photobox Group Headquarters by Oktra, London – UK

July 19th, 2018

Manage and build – Photobox Group opted to maintain and showcase the industrial roots of the site, with exposed original concrete walls, pillars, ceilings and an original crane hanging over the reception, contrasting with the clean, modern and colourful design and furnishings throughout.

Frida Kahlo: Making Herself Up exhibition, London – UK

July 17th, 2018

The bed was a place of comfort and conflict for Frida Kahlo: it represented the site of her pain and creation. In the exhibition Frida Kahlo: Making Herself Up, Victoria and Albert Senior Curator of fashion Claire Wilcox and co-curator Circe Henestrosa chose to zoom in on the Mexican painter’s domestic environment to expose the similarities between her life in painting and her life as an artist.

Royal Albert Wharf Marketing Suite by Navigation Suites, London – UK

July 16th, 2018

The refreshed branding consisted of bright and bold colours, meaning the interior needed to follow suit and wow visitors. Taking inspiration from the surrounding water of the Docklands the main flooring is made of poured resin, giving a bright blue seamless finish.

WIT flagship store by NoChintz, London – UK

July 16th, 2018

WIT store by NoChintz, London – UK

Christopher Raeburn store by andthen-studio, London – UK

July 14th, 2018

Using materials including anodised metal, pulley systems, climbing ropes and carabiners, the elements communicated the rugged, outdoorsy-but-achingly-cool feel of the brand in a visual way. The high ceilings and bright environment allowed the andthen-studio to create a concept that made an impactful use of the space. Details, like laser-etched logos on the clothes rails, added further interest that subtly tells the Raeburn story to the customer.

Rethink Group office by Interaction, Birmingham – UK

July 12th, 2018

Overall, the workplace now matches Rethink’s high quality of service. Not only will it facilitate better ways of working for the team, but it will help to attract new clients and talent. With Birmingham readily becoming “the fastest-improving city to live and work”, factors such as these can really help to future-proof businesses within the city.

Thrings office by Interaction, London – UK

June 25th, 2018

It is modern, bright, and will facilitate a much more agile working culture. With a mix of functional desk areas, meeting places and collaborative spaces, the office will also help to inspire more innovative ways of working – all whilst reflecting the company’s impressive reputation.

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.