Posts Tagged ‘UK’

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.

Rethink Group office by Interaction, Birmingham – UK

July 12th, 2018

Overall, the workplace now matches Rethink’s high quality of service. Not only will it facilitate better ways of working for the team, but it will help to attract new clients and talent. With Birmingham readily becoming “the fastest-improving city to live and work”, factors such as these can really help to future-proof businesses within the city.

Thrings office by Interaction, London – UK

June 25th, 2018

It is modern, bright, and will facilitate a much more agile working culture. With a mix of functional desk areas, meeting places and collaborative spaces, the office will also help to inspire more innovative ways of working – all whilst reflecting the company’s impressive reputation.

UK’s National Space Centre Store by Mynt, Leicester – UK

June 25th, 2018

Contrasting textures and reflective materials & finishes were introduced to add a technical and tactile quality to the store, whilst the repetitive use of acute angles further establishes the store’s ownable space against some of the softer interior aesthetics located within in the centre.

Issey Miyake store by Tokujin Yoshioka, London – UK

June 16th, 2018

Captured in black and white palette, each floor is fitted out with a cutting-edge triangular steel powder coated hanger rail which displays Issey Miyake’s apparel pieces as if they were floating in mid air.

Serpentine Gallery Pavilion by Frida Escobedo, London – UK

June 13th, 2018

Escobedo’s design, which fuses elements typical to Mexican architecture with local London references, features a courtyard enclosed by two rectangular volumes constructed from cement roof tiles. These tiles are stacked to form a celosia, a type of wall common to Mexican architecture which is permeable, allowing ventilation and views to the other side.

Folium restaurant by Faber Design & Architecture, Birmingham – UK

June 7th, 2018

Folium restaurant by Faber Design & Architecture, Birmingham – UK

Beaulieu Keep by Navigation Suites, Chelmsford – UK

June 6th, 2018

Adding in a large bespoke lighting feature to the glass atrium, added warmth and intrigue into the space – complimenting the branding for the phase. Working into the interior, a palette of soft timber and textural wallpapers added an acoustic buffer within a large open space.

Beechwood Marketing Suite, Basildon – UK

June 5th, 2018

Breaking the architecture into thirds allowed the building to dictate how the visitors move around the space. A large glass divide splits the built apart, reaching from the floor up into the ceiling and covering the roof – showing the sky really is the limit.

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.

Kilder bar by Faber Design & Architecture, Birmingham – UK

June 2nd, 2018

The result is a clean, crisp, sleek design, with Scandinavian influences. A soft palette of green and grey with pale wood furnishings brings much-needed light to the space. Subtle references to the bar’s location under the arches of a railway bridge are made through the use of wall tiling and a mix of classical and contemporary lighting, brass fittings and banquette seating.

Daylesford flexible display by The Marketing Works, London – UK

May 29th, 2018

The ingenuity of the Magnetik system means it can be endlessly reconfigured by simply removing the magnetically attached shelf and tension fabric graphic, before adjusting the position of the magnets. Once repositioned, the fabric is easily pushed back into a channel on the frame, and each shelf snaps into place, creating the appearance of a floating product display.

The Shop at Bluebird store by Dalziel & Pow, London – UK

May 23rd, 2018

New York City-based architecture firm Kohn Pedersen Fox not only supervised the transformation master plan of the popular Covent Garden shopping zone, but also gifted Carriage Hall, as the new home of The Shop at Bluebird is called, its most striking architectural feature: the inner courtyard’s glass roof. The modern intervention allows in floods of daylight to permeate the entire premises.

Lipsy store by Dalziel & Pow, Manchester – UK

May 19th, 2018

An in-the-round central feature of gold powder coated discs and rails, on which key seasonal clothing and accessories pieces are showcased. Lipsy’s shoes and accessories offers are represented in-store for the first time. A gold metallic feature wall and padded pale pink seating create a luxurious, plush backdrop for this department, and key products are displayed on bespoke illuminated stands of white marble porcelain.

CMS Offices by KKS & MCM Architecture, London – UK

May 11th, 2018

The open plan is supported with informal and formal meeting spaces where noisy activities can occur, directly off connecting stairs, leaving concentrated work at the desk. With the support of Microsoft Surface Pro tablets and smart phones for all staff, CMS has created a truly mobile working environment inside the office as well as outside and is setting the trend for the future of workspace.

Finsbury Offices by BDG architecture + design, London – UK

May 10th, 2018

Refined quality and exemplary craftsmanship continue throughout. The lines and edges of the space are impactful whilst exquisite finishing matches wood with classic shades. The detailing shines without being ostentatious, winning attention through impeccability.

Forest store by and then-studio, London – UK

May 1st, 2018

Functional and neon lighting provides feature points, while reclaimed wood contrasts with stark metal and the industrial aesthetic of the railway arch interior. Terracotta pots, the polished concrete floor, textures from the various wares and the vibrant green of the fauna all works together to form a seamless identity that defines Forest’s space.

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.

Albourne Estate 40 Sussex Vermouth by Studio Parr

April 16th, 2018

Studio Parr creates the first Sussex Vermouth bursting full of beautiful botanicals. This semi-dry white vermouth has been crafted by Albourne Estate from their boutique vineyard in Sussex, England – renowned for their white and Sparkling wines.

Omar’s Place Mediterranean restaurant by Sella Concept, London – UK

April 16th, 2018

The flush of warm peach is deepened by rust-hued suede banquettes while end-cut natural wood flooring primes the space from below. The playful terrazzo bar snakes through the interior like a coastline and responds to the deep jewel tones of the teal armchairs. The energetic materiality of brass is the red thread throughout the space, as pendant light fixtures orbit the bar and a brass door frame reflects a golden glow.