Posts Tagged ‘side walls’

3form showroom by Standard Issue, Chicago – Illinois

July 18th, 2016

The front of the showroom features 20 large colored resin disks suspended from the ceiling and slowly rotating to create a subtle and immersive experience.

Peak District Escape POD by Unibox, Birmingham – UK

May 31st, 2016

Unibox’s Tension Fabric System allowed the design team to seamlessly wrap graphics around corners, making it the perfect system for the creation of a pod. The final design however, required much more than a 3D Tension Fabric Display for the exterior of the Escape Pod.

Fast Food Aid pop-up shop by Kaibutsu, Tokyo – Japan

May 18th, 2016

B&B Italia / The Perfect Density installation by Migliore+Servetto Architects, Milan – Italy

April 23rd, 2016

At the centre of space 8 high vertical cages, pulsating and in movement, create a weave of bright beams that project into the room images and texts, tracing out a system of allusions and suggestions among the various elements.

N3ON boutique sunglass store by Linehouse, Shanghai – China

March 20th, 2016

Mirrors line the side walls between the concave planes, creating an infinite field of reflection. A series of double sided concave perforated white metal panels were inserted into the space.

Restaurant Hafen by Susanne Fritz Architekten, Romanshorn – Switzerland

March 7th, 2016

A curved ship’s prow adjoins the kitchen and acts as bar counter and servery in order to integrate the ‘galley’ overlaid with steel bands and metal sheeting painted white.

BREWERIES! Fietje Beer Bar by Bertrand Guillon Architecture, Marseille – France

December 18th, 2015



The main room features the regained outdated ceiling and the setting of a tension between gross side walls in stone and a pristine white wall in the middle of which a yellow alcove faces zelliges used for the midway panel of the bar, from which emerge the ten draft beer taps presented to the patrons on a monolithic white Corian countertop.

BREWERIES! Fietje Beer Bar by Bertrand Guillon Architecture, Marseille – France

December 15th, 2015

The main room features the regained outdated ceiling and the setting of a tension between gross side walls in stone and a pristine white wall in the middle of which a yellow alcove faces zelliges used for the midway panel of the bar, from which emerge the ten draft beer taps presented to the patrons on a monolithic white Corian countertop.

Cultura Bookstore by Studio MK27, São Paulo – Brazil

July 30th, 2014

The architectural journey begins in a cozy space then arrives at a monumental area, living, where most of the products and visitors can interact with one another, where one can take a book and read a chapter even before purchasing it, where one can simply rest and watch the movement.

BORK flagship store by Ippolito Fleitz Group, Moscow

June 17th, 2013

The interior of the flagship store is remarkable for its use of natural materials. All the fittings and units are strictly geometrical, offering a fascinating contrast to the naturalness of the materials themselves.

Mikkeller & Friends Bar by Rum4 and Studio-K, Copenhagen

June 8th, 2013

The design duo used untreated plywood to build a natural, inventive universe. The bar is located in a cellar and yet has been instilled with a light and airy atmosphere thanks to the uncoated wood and the use of a singular colour – a fresh turquoise that spreads across the floors and selected furnishings.

Nanak Emporium by MACh Arquitetos, Belo Horizonte – Brazil

May 8th, 2013

In the center of the emporium, lies a multifunctional structure to accommodate the shopping baskets, up to six people in the chai-café table, plus spaces for products and equipments. The arrangement allows the fluid movement of the visitors.

Aesop stores by Torafu Architects, Tokyo

September 16th, 2012

At Aesop Shin-Marunouchi, the OSB has been stained with a brown colour to distinguish the store with its neighbours within the bright surrounding environment. The central band of display seen stretched across the back wall binds the store space to a single point of focus, naturally drawing customers towards the products.

Konnex by Florian Gross for Müller Möbelwerkstätten

September 3rd, 2012

German designer Florian Gross has conceived ‘Konnex’, an interactive expandable shelving system for Müller Möbelwerkstätten. The project is aimed for users who enjoy constantly reconfiguring and organizing their surroundings. The slot system is comprised of three modules, which can be individually arranged to form a shelf unit.

Omonia Bakery by Bluarch architecture, New York

August 25th, 2011

Omonia bakery is a brand new project for the family behind the renowned Omonia brand famous for its Greek pastries. It sells pastries and breads prepared on premises in the see-through kitchen. The design of this store celebrates indulgence… the suspension of one’s everyday grind through the consumption of a sweet delight.