Posts Tagged ‘metal’

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.

AL’s Place restaurant by dongqi Architects, Shanghai – China

July 10th, 2018

The bar as the central element is composed of a single piece of in-situ cast and polished terrazzo, connected to a bronze wire mesh. The curved structural element is attached vertically to the steel construction embedded in the stone, thus functioning as a multipurpose lightweight structure that stretches upwards to the top of the bar for display, storage, and lighting.

Japanese design art by Zapalgo

June 24th, 2018

Firstly, the figure was placed thrice each time rotated by 120 degrees. Secondly, this rotation was brought to life by rearranging it in height and by expressing it in natural materials: pure metals and natural wood. Such construction is extraordinary because it enabled Zapalgo to create a lamp without using any screws, welds or glue.

Holler & Dash restaurant by FRCH, Atlanta – Georgia

June 15th, 2018

Within the environment, FRCH created opportunities to reclaim existing features like exposed brick walls and poured concrete flooring as a nod to the industrial origins of the location. The dining room is anchored by custom stained concrete community tables with multi-colored metal stools that boldly express the Holler & Dash color palette and further accent the feature seating.

KSUSHA RAIKOVA Showroom by Vsevolod Dobrovolskii & Ksenia Raykova, Saint-Petersburg – Russia

June 13th, 2018

An open metal structural feature in the center of the space creates different functional zones: entry, presentation, fitting and back of house – without any partitions, and with the natural window light.

Monoprix Beauty Drugstore by DIAM, Paris – France

June 8th, 2018

Inclined product presentation, nomadic consoles, modular structures, streams of light, generous mirrors, make-up stations, focus on brands’ favorites, screens to know everything, a selfie corner to share with the world …, the concept offers the consumer a privileged experience in the heart of the store!

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.

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.

SAP Offices by SCOPE, Walldorf – Germany

May 14th, 2018

The suspended ceiling structure itself is designed acoustically effective. Most tables and seats have been designed by SCOPE for the restaurant itself, as well as the light objects, dressed with expanded metal.

Cozi Lounge by ARTTA Concept Studio, Hong Kong

May 10th, 2018

A unique pattern was created and used around the interiors surrounding, from the use of the different metals to form layers and help enhance the height of this restaurant. We have decorated the restaurant and bar with an Art Deco theme in mind, with a combination of gold and different variety of stones for a sophisticated and elegant finish.

W-fit fitness club by LD Studio, Moscow – Russia

May 8th, 2018

Guests at the entrance are greeted by a spectacular composition of huge concrete reception desk, and a stairway wrapped around it. Although the building is not industrial, solving the problem of saving, we avoided unnecessary decorations to the maximum and incorporated the existing building structures into the aesthetic concept of interior design.

Goose Island Brewhouse by SuperLimão Studio + McKinley Burkart Architects, São Paulo – Brazil

May 8th, 2018

Concrete and the wood burned Shou Sugi Ban allied to the new apparent metallic structure arrived the intended language. The project sought to deal with the nature of Goose Island Brewhouse: joining brewery and bar, two distinct programs from sanitary to flow issues.

baLon.fem beauty salon by Log.design, Fukuoka – Japan

April 25th, 2018

Although the space is not large, the effect of making gates that light up the entire line and the gray mirror which is used on the closet made the space visually large enough. For the reception counter and the set stand of the symbolic elements of this salon were created by combining mortar and solid wood to leave a sense of each texture and finished it into a simple design with a solid feeling.

Casaplata restaurant by Lucas y Hernández-Gil, Seville – Spain

April 25th, 2018

Unadorned concrete becomes a canvas for the unmistakably contemporary character of the space. Over this canvas, Lucas y Hernández-Gil embeds a playful material palette – perforated-metal furniture and large circular light fixtures express a visual language free from local historical context. The furniture, designed by the studio, is grouped in colour tribes of vivid peach, blue and green.

Philip Morris Offices by Setter Architects, Tel Aviv – Israel

April 23rd, 2018

In a world where the new tends to overcome the old, our objective was to put together a balance between the two. We did so by using interesting materials that combine both worlds – natural materials with a palette of strong colors, wood and metal, vintage and high-tech, functionality and fun.

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.

Freitag store by Torafu Architects, Osaka – Japan

March 31st, 2018

The retail space is compact but features all the retail design codes the Freitag stores are known for. Designed in collab with Torafu Architects, its signature shelving system flanks both sides of the store floor-to-ceiling, while a sturdy metal shelved desk wooden top sits right in the middle, presenting smaller items of the Freitag’s offerings.

Andritz Offices by GeoDesigns, New Delhi – India

March 30th, 2018

The office had been given an industrial as well as raw exposed feel by the use of concrete, wood and metal, incorporating elements of the nature of business of Andritz, i.e., hydro power generation, like the lighting fixture on the ceiling in the form of a hydro turbine.