Archive for the ‘showroom’ category

Filling Pieces showroom by Flip Ziedses des Plantes at Paris fashion week

June 6th, 2017

Much like ancient Maya temples, the modular structure is overgrown with tropical plants. Concrete elements combined with plants create a raw yet refined look, reminding of an urban landscape.

Nude showroom by Demirden Design, Istanbul – Turkey

June 3rd, 2017

Stepping into the showroom we see natural materials coming together with simple forms in order to build product displays. The display concept that derives from concrete-effected surfaces makes the brand’s “Simple is beautiful” motto livable.

China Fortune Properties showroom by Atelier Liu Yuyang Architects, Shanghai – China

May 31st, 2017

Left primarily untreated, the rooms are assigned as lounge-working, classic-office, presidential-office, and contemporary-office spaces, with furniture supplied by Matsu.

Interceramic showroom by CallisonRTKL, San Antonio and Dallas, Texas

May 30th, 2017

The fixtures are designed to hold an abundance of products. Customers are encouraged to interact with the product by easily opening the drawers and feeling samples.

George Spencer Designs flagship showroom by Boundary Space, London – UK

May 30th, 2017

These industrial elements contrast with the soft furnishings and fabrics, showcasing the latter to great effect. We introduced a curved rail of full-length hanging around the perimeter of the showroom to create a ‘wall’ of fabric display, and to soften the cavernous space, giving a more domestic and cosy feel.

LeEco Experience Showroom by CallisonRTKL, Beijing – China

May 29th, 2017

The showroom’s simple, bright white atmosphere pushes the products and content to the foreground, letting them be the hero of the space. The design team created a minimalist space with a stark white palette to keep the design from overwhelming the products and content. Gloss white acrylic panels adorn the walls and wood fixtures, while light gray floor tiles and perforated metal ceiling panels in muted silver add a slight contrast in color.

Handkraft Showroom by Felix Pöttinger & Boris Rüther, Munich – Germany

May 24th, 2017

Wooden and steel tables and a modular shelving system designed by the duo and handcrafted by local Bavarian artisans sit alongside vintage chairs, whilst the calm green and grey walls add a decorative element to the simple, polished coffee machines and modern lighting pendants.

Ceramic Shoppe by a + t associates, Vadodara – India

May 22nd, 2017

Ceramic Shoppe by a + t associates, Vadodara – India

DAL DUCA Showroom by M2A Design, Hong Kong

May 19th, 2017

The suspended metal frames have been designed to give dynamism and character to the space with asymmetric elements and overlapping lines at different heights and thicknesses. The smoked glass shelves give a touch of class and transparency to the structures.

Allsteel Showroom by NELSON, Atlanta – Giorgia

May 7th, 2017

The design team collaborated with Allsteel to establish a junction where history and present-day collide through the creation of a new showroom and resource center.

Façade made of chairs by Chybik + Kristof, Brno – Czech Republic

May 2nd, 2017

This distinctive pavilion is a project where a former showroom for cars has been reinterpreted as a showroom and office for a furniture company.

Kettal showroom by Studio Urquiola, Barcelona – Spain

April 26th, 2017

Taking advantage of the doubled height of the space, rectangular boxes are used as a repeating architectural element to unify the two levels of the showroom. This boxlike pattern is distributed throughout the space in various scales and modes.

Maria Lucia Hohan Showroom by Irina Pogonaru, Bucharest – Romania

April 11th, 2017

Using materials like marble, velvet, pink onyx stone, metallic structures, and reflecting surfaces the showroom is one of the most spectacular and unique retail spaces in Bucharest.

The Four Elements Cleaf showroom by Studiopepe, Lissone – Italy

April 10th, 2017

An immersive pathway that explores the versatility of Cleaf surfaces through the theory of the four elements of Nature: water, air, earth and fire. A multisensory environment in which the visitor can move freely to discover the multiplicity of finishes and decorative papers which interact with each other through the law of the ‘harmony of the elements’.

Unibox illuminates Clarks’ Russell Square showroom, London – UK

March 16th, 2017

Unibox worked in collaboration with Clarks, and Sti & Trevillion, to bring their creative ideas to life; as well as to achieve an overall high-quality lighting solution for the new space.

Pasabahce showroom by Demirden Design, Istanbul -Turkey

March 10th, 2017

Designed and produced by Demirden Design, the Pasabahce showroom embraces life with windows of emotion: sincere, simple and inspiring.

Bolon showroom, Stockholm – Sweden

March 6th, 2017

Bolon showroom, Stockholm – Sweden

Monopy Showroom by Area-17, Tangshan – China

March 1st, 2017

Materials reinforce the idea: the wall finish simulating grey bricks and the metal mesh panels offer a modern interpretation of architectural elements typical of Chinese interiors. Polished brass details, transparent reflective finishes, and wooden floorings complete the narrative.

Otto Wulff Projektentwicklung showroom, Hamburg – Germany

February 27th, 2017

The space is split into a variety of areas – a reception, waiting area, sales and meeting rooms, an area for sampling and selecting materials, a world of living and a bathroom exhibition. Dirk Hollweg’s design is based on visual perception hierarchies: bright-dark contrasts or graduations in brightness establish a sense of drama, specifically emphasise individual areas in the space and enable these to visually come to the foreground.

The Lighting Gallery by M+Archguild60, Singapore

February 21st, 2017

On top of the theme colours and their special finishes, the proposal was to represent the transition of time and space along with the sequence by utilizing the difference of colour lightness.