Posts Tagged ‘structure’

Lady N fashion boutique by Sio – Concepts, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

June 19th, 2017

Our solution to create a deeper space for this 82 square meters project and its special pole structure is choosing denim blue as the main tone for fitting area at the end and metallic gold to highlights cashier counter, logo and custom-design objects. Finally, the play of 3D wall behind the counter and the entire look in front will impress the customer from the first sight.

ELEVENPARIS store by Agence Costa, Paris – France

June 6th, 2017

The floor is made of two-colored poured concrete (copper-colored and beige), highlighting the different areas of the store. The presence of logos inside the store has been minimized in favor of discrete reminders within the architecture and the furniture design themselves.

New collection by Alessandro Zambelli for Adele-C

May 22nd, 2017

The geometric fragmentation of the Black Walnut top communicates the desire to invest the object with dynamism. Like a macro-inlay, a weft is created, then broken down into neat panes. Its singularity lies in the repetitions in the same direction as the wood veins.

Liko-Noe Innovation Center Office by Fránek Architects, Slavkov u Brna – Czech Republic

May 15th, 2017

The structure is comprised of two main volumes. Above-ground office section is constructed from load-bearing wooden CLT panels, insulated by a vapor-open sprayed ICYNENE insulation and covered by vertical gardens – living facade. Underground section with acoustical chamber is built out of monolithic concrete.

Unplugged exhibition by Secondome , Milan – Italy

April 24th, 2017

Even if it sounds weird to link design to the word “Unplugged”, this apparently dissonant collection, realized by six designers (each of them with a peculiar style), has a shared basic concept: the idea that every project is to be handmade, in order to exalt the core material’s features.

Céline store, Seoul – South Korea

April 17th, 2017

The interior design dons the brand’s newest retail design codes, captured by natural stone flooring and shelving, marble displays, and sleek steel clothing racks on the ground floor, and this forms the backdrop for its coveted bag collection and small leather goods.

ŌYANE porcelain shop and gallery by DO.DO., Hasami-cho – Japan

March 20th, 2017

A roofed-patio with restroom was placed on the outside where markets and workshops can take place to promote the porcelain. Remnants of the porcelain artistry can be seen throughout the structure.

Les Angles by Smarin

March 12th, 2017

Les Angles are at the same time a seating solution and structuring elements for living spaces. They form a set of geometric cushions which easily fit together to transform in seats for individuals or groups. A new furniture collection of eight elements to arrange at will.

Vine & Grind espresso bar by Morris Selvatico, Sydney – Australia

February 14th, 2017

Beautiful hand-made terracotta tiles were selected for the counter front, marble bench tops and Porters paint’s Palm Beach black was applied to timber paneling.

Puno light by Das Happy Medium

February 14th, 2017

Puno is a table and/or wall light with character. The light stands triumphantly on a surface or hangs organically of a wall. A complicated, yet polygonally reduced hand structure complements the simplicity of the lighting tube.

Lanisor flexible furniture by Angewandte Kunst Schneeberg design students

January 30th, 2017

The students used fibre composite Lanisor – a lightweight, flexible felt-like material – combining it with wooden panels and dowels.

Przystanek Piekarnia Bakery by Five Cell, Warsaw – Poland

January 30th, 2017

Each of the interiors is equipped with a unique system of modules made of stained birch plywood. Depending on such parameters as location, size and height of rooms, these modules may be used to create a suspended ceiling, display racks or serve both functions at once.

Hall within the Cloud by Office PROJECT, Beijing – China

December 28th, 2016

Through the corner of room export, people enter from one room to another, through the open of every corner, form a visual corridors through buildings.

Lin Mao Sen tea shop by Ahead Concept, Taipei City – Taiwan

December 24th, 2016

The perspective along the ceiling border to the pillar structure conveys dynamic interaction. The large wooden plaque in the hall implies Eastern Heritage and thus extends the continuity of cultural connotation. Listed in a symmetrical order, the value principal is derived from a metaphor for the spatial texture of oriental residence.

KIYA knife shop by Mandai Architects, Tokyo – Japan

December 8th, 2016

We created the space by not a “table”as an artificial product, but a “material”as part of nature. In this space, you can feel the spirit of manufacturing in Japan, affection for making things.

Public Library of Constitucion by Sebastian Irarrazaval, Constitucion – Chile

December 5th, 2016

Thin wooden planks create a louvered system that covers the sky lit pitched roofs, filtering and controlling direct light so as not to disturb the readers inside. Custom made furniture serves multi-purpose functions, offering various seating arrangements, tables, and shelving in one fixture.

Blue Bottle Coffee NAKAMEGURO Cafe by Schemata Architects, Tokyo – Japan

November 7th, 2016

Horizontal pivot windows installed on the front glass façade help defining the boundary between the interior and the surrounding environment, while establishing a visual relationship of “see and be seen” so that people become aware of each other’s presence wherever they are in the space.

Apple store by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, New York City

October 17th, 2016

Joints between light boxes that span across the ceilings follow the white steel beams. The signature chunky oak wood tables below are also oriented to echo these lines. Features include a large 6K video screen for product demos and entertainment, and cube seats that can be moved around during workshops and presentations.

popo installation by Zeller & Moye, Mexico City – Mexico

October 14th, 2016

The pile of blocks is a pixelated 1:350 scale model of the nearby Popocatépetl volcano, including details such as the crater and the volcano’s extensions at its foot.

Museum of Immortality installation by Nikolaus Hirsch and Michel Müller, Mexico City – Mexico

October 12th, 2016

Steel frames form the main structural system, with transparent and translucent perspex boxes slotted in between the gaps. The architects liken the shape the blocks create to a mausoleum and a space capsule.