Gas station by Atelier SAD, Galanta – Slovakia

May 26th, 2012 by retail design blog

Service area – a reinforced – concrete structure featuring three funnel – shaped columns that support a melded trio of curvy horizontal discs. Overhead lighting – built into the surface where columns meet discs and lining their undulating edges. The larch façade of the cubic kiosk boots the station’s streamlined appearance. Timber beams inside the shop generate a sense of coherence between interior and exterior.

Designed by Atelier SAD













http://www.archdaily.com/237635/gas-station-atelier-sad/
http://www.ateliersad.cz

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