Posts Tagged ‘walls’

Re:Sources/Publicis Groupe Offices by VOX Architects, Moscow – Russia

April 28th, 2018

Gold bar hovering in the rising sun clouds — became the central element of the design of the whole office. The central element is the reception desk in the form of a gold ingot of 999 samples. Stylized lamps with a soft matte light resemble small clouds — the same theme can be traced in the drawings on the walls.

Bar El Villa by Vermuteria del Mar by AMOO, Barcelona – Spain

April 25th, 2018

In the first place, the perimeter is projected, formed by the cork and tile coverings, and pavements and walls with a continuous covering. In the second place, a series of construction objects are built, with envelopes lined with marble tiles, scattered throughout the premises. Through its geometries, the uses are arranged:

Future Space by Peter Pichler, Milan – Italy

April 18th, 2018

The pavilion is formed of three curving walls, which are arranged together to form a pyramid-like enclosure. Each wall comprises a lattice of standard wooden beams, stacked at right angles to one another. The beams vary in length and also decrease in size towards the top, which gives the structure its curving geometries.

FOODKURT restaurant by kplus konzept, Leipzig – Germany

April 6th, 2018

Exposed copper pipes, concrete or tiles on walls and tables, lighting and furniture made of metal and wood in industrial style, give the restaurant authenticity and individuality. Even the floor offers surprising details – animal graphics worked into the plaster!

‘De poort van Borne’ Healthcare Center by Reitsema & partners architecten, Borne – The Netherlands

March 23rd, 2018

The new interior facades surrounding the court harmonise with the church’s existing spatial rhythm. Plastered entirely in white, they do not distract the eye from the original architecture. The result is a peaceful visual effect with a timeless character. This is enhanced by a screed floor and light brass-coloured window frames.

The James Agency offices by Private Label International, Scottsdale – Arizona

March 20th, 2018

Industrial elements such as exposed ceilings and concrete floors and walls are complemented by modern finishes such as stylish metal light fixtures, streamlined transitional furniture, white herringbone tile, bright custom wall graphics and bold “TJA orange” accent walls, creating an edgy, contemporary vibe throughout.

Calvin Klein 305W35NYC store by Sterling Ruby & Architectural Research Office, Paris – France

March 16th, 2018

The walls and vaulted ceiling are painted in a neutral gray hue, making the red and blue hand-painted, splattered canvas from ruby easily stand out. Custom fixtures are paired with an array of highly artistic mobiles with textile touches and life-size soft sculptures.

Bamboo pavilion by Eleena Jamil Architect & UNHabitat, Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia

March 1st, 2018

Semi-translucent colored panels, alluding to the colors of UN sustainable design goals, cover some of the bamboo rings in a random manner. The colored panels emit some light, and like that of stained windows, they illuminate the space inside with an interesting play of colors. A central opening in the roof creates a courtyard in the center, where a bamboo plant is placed.

Polycor office by Étienne Bernier Architecte, Quebec City – Canada

February 22nd, 2018

Before its renovation, the offices were dark and all divided. The walls have been removed to open the space and let the natural light enter in the working area. Glass boxes have been placed at the center of the space and large slabs of stone create intimate space.

Taternik mountain shop by BNCH / BANACH ARCHITEKCI, Poznan – Poland

February 20th, 2018

Harsh conditions also entail raw materials. After dismantling the existing suspended ceiling, a raw reinforced concrete ceiling appeared. We decided to leave it in the same condition with all the holes caused by slings, scratched paint and cracks.

Hotel National des Arts et Métiers by Raphael Navot, Paris – France

January 24th, 2018

In addition, the walls at la Chicchetteria – the hotel’s venetian-style tapas eatery – are clad in oxidized copper tubes, laboriously assembled by Ronan Masson in a non-repeating algorithm. The naturally occurring shades of metallic blue and green amidst the remaining copper hues impart what Navot calls ‘a particularly magical’ expression of time.

Vista Walkerhill Hotel by Quaddesign, Seoul – South Korea

July 24th, 2017

The floor and mass of the walls were finished with gray colored main stone with minimal design. White marble pillars and floor patterns give special characters to the space. Through wall, situated at the edge of RE: BAR, opens up and closes the space smoothly. Furniture of the lounge was placed to offer a warm, cozy feeling to remind a living room and a den.

Jack the Clipper flagship barbershop by FormRoom, London – UK

July 14th, 2017

Brass piping details are utilised throughout the space, across windows, walls and the ceiling, referencing the industrial design of the victorian era.

Versatility of the Clothes of Nature: Hanbok exhibit by Farming Architecture, Seoul – South Korea

July 12th, 2017

Unlike Western attire, which values stylish looks over the wearer’s comfort, the hanbok takes after nature with an aesthetic style that is appreciated more when worn than seen. The “clothes of wind,” designed by LEE, captures the versatile form and structure of the hanbok in a particularly stylish way.

PASTATECA café by Sasha Fedorenko Architecture & Design, Kiev – Ukraine

June 30th, 2017

The spotlight of the whole interior is a show-cube, where a beautiful girl makes fresh pasta every day. This is a kind of an open kitchen and a bright interior element at the same time.

DongZhuang-Building Museum of Western Regions by Xinjiang Wind, Tuoli Township – China

June 19th, 2017

The principles and methods of traditional technologies for cavity walls, ramming earth, sun-dried mud bricks and laying stones are adopted to construct a simple, reliable and durable building. The texture of materials is highlighted on the building’s surface to obtain a “natural” completeness of a non-specific space.

Zhongshuge bookstore by X+Living, Chengdu – China

June 16th, 2017

After the curtain wall it is a space full of “bamboo shaped book shelves”. The wall follows the using of stable bookshelf shape of Zhongshuge, which makes visitors feel familiar even though it was their first time to come.

Zinc Mine Museum by Peter Zumthor in Aldo Amoretti’s photos, Sauda – Norway

June 6th, 2017

Timber supports elevate the cafe and exhibition above the rocky landscape, while the service building hangs from the side of a stone wall. The timber framework extends up the black outer walls to raise a mono-pitched corrugated zinc roof above each of the blocks.

MTM Skincare spa by More Design Office, Chengdu – China

May 15th, 2017

As guests climb the stair the ceiling folds over and the walls are lit by hidden uplights creating a warm and comforting environment.