Posts Tagged ‘presentation space’

Souvenir Shop Affenberg by Konrad Knoblauch, Salem – Germany

June 14th, 2017

The feeling of being in nature is complemented by an abstract forest relief in various shades of green and winding wooden shelves along the walls, oak beams that project into the room like tree trunks as well as a lot of presentation space.

ICON Sales Offices by Kamus & Keller, Hollywood – California

November 23rd, 2015



Kamus & Keller have designed the sales offices for the new ICON office tower located in Hollywood, California.

Stratmann Shoes Store by Kitzig Interior Design, Meschede – Germany

April 2nd, 2015

Robust materials provide an optimal presentation space for all manner of shoes.

Elements.at office by Area, Salzburg – Austria

November 3rd, 2014

A key feature is the play of lights in the 3 halls, numerous skylight windows have been added to provide contrasts between light and dark. The newly constructed atrium ensures a well of light and brings the “elements” within – be it sun, rain or snow!

Siemens stand at ASTRO 2014 by Catalyst, San Francisco – California

October 23rd, 2014

Angled toward the main entrance, two juxtaposed forms create a focal point for three featured Siemens products. The dominant form, an open forced-perspective frame wraps around and creates a defined stage for the equipment, while the second intersecting form creates a presentation space using a seamless LED screen as a backdrop.

Techshed office by Garcia Tamjidi Architecture Design, Foster City – California

December 18th, 2012

A home improvement marketplace technology company, this open and collaborative work environment was designed with a balance of open office work benches, and spaces for meetings, meditation, play and private phone calls.

Forward office by Jump Studios, London

April 13th, 2012

Analysing the specific conditions of the site we found a series of large, linearly connected but separate spaces in a former warehouse. Rather than trying to unify those spaces through one spacial concept we quickly decided to treat each room differently and create a series of different scenarios which would set the mood individually for each area.