Posts Tagged ‘streetscape’

100 Faces of Tai Kwun exhibition by ADO, Hong Kong

June 6th, 2018

The wireframed skeleton structure is to present a vague impression of central. It is unusual yet familiar, vacuum yet abundant of stories. Walking through the colonnade, verandah and signboards, visitors can grab a glimpse of the long vanished central with a picturesque streetscape.

Shasa store by Dalziel and Pow, Cancun – Mexico

November 23rd, 2012

We took the chance to further enhance the femininity and fashionability through bold communication that promotes the brand and its attitude with a new confidence. The new concept is bright and fresh, with a dynamic monochrome palette that frames the stock perfectly.

United Oil Gasoline Station by Kanner Architect, Los Angeles

June 7th, 2012

Situated at La Brea and Slauson avenues in Los Angeles’s Mid-City neighborhood, the United Oil Gas Station is a marriage of the city’s historic love affair with the automobile and today’s modern one-stop shopping spirit of immediate gratification and convenience.

POP UP! Lulamae Pop-up shop by Breathe Architecture, Melbourne

January 28th, 2012

In conjunction with Lulamae, a Melbourne based fashion boutique, this sustainable design for a ‘Pop-up Shop’ was temporarily located in the lower ground level of Melbourne Central over summer.
Lulamae traditionally follows the nature of strip shopping boutiques, with its first located in the heart of Brunswick.

Atrium by Studio RHE, London

September 9th, 2011

For the last twenty years, Atrium has been located in the base of the Centrepoint tower, the iconic building that once held the title of the tallest building in London. Recently Atrium has made a professional move away from modern furniture supply to selling the finest lighting products – a move that needed both explanation and celebration.

Van Dijk fashion store by Ooze, Rotterdam

August 22nd, 2011

The Van Dijk fashion store lies on the ground floor of a 19th century Dutch style city building in a typically very long and narrow space. The shop presents itself as an extension of the street rather than a separate luxury unit. A frameless pane of glass contributes to this blurring of the threshold between inside and out. It sets the interior space as an extension of the streetscape.