Posts Tagged ‘architects’

FRAME store by i29 architects, Amsterdam – Netherlands

November 23rd, 2014

Flexibility and being able to change the display identity completely was the main focus. Thus, the space offers a three-dimensional experience of the magazine – a creative and innovative world that surprises and invites exploration. Working within this context, the studio proposed a radical concept: two shops in one with the coexistence of contradictory atmospheres.

Architect’s Jewellery by Diego Delgado-Elias

October 18th, 2014

Seattle Children’s Hospital by ZGF Architects, Seattle – US

August 11th, 2014

The new 330,000-square-foot, eight-story Building Hope: Cancer, Critical and Emergency Care Expansion at Seattle Children’s expands pediatric in-patient and emergency care in the region while preparing the Seattle, Washington hospital campus for its next generation of care on the site.

Office Design by IND ARCHITECTS, Russia – Moscow

July 22nd, 2014

When working on the project of IND Architects office, we entrusted ourselves with the task to create a contemporary creative space with a minimum of distracting elements, so that designers and architects could focus on their projects as much as possible.

Flamingo office by Neri&Hu, Shanghai – China

June 26th, 2014

The attic space was originally created by adding a steel A-frame to the flat roof of an existing building and the installation of the house-shaped units was intended to introduce a vertical dimension that draws attention to the sloping roofline.

Isabel Marant store by Ciguë, Bangkok – Thailand

June 26th, 2014

The aim of both the fashion designer and the architects is to steer clear of generic, overtly polished retail settings and branding, and instead develop more compelling designs. Next to bamboo, materials used for the interior include brass, tinted mirors, concrete floors and black wood.

VENICE ARCHITECTURE BIENNALE 2014! German Pavilon

June 13th, 2014

Named Bungalow Germania, the project seeks to capture the spirit of a building that became ubiquitous in the West German media across the tenure of the Bonn Republic. This is juxtaposed against the architecture of the German pavilion, which was extensively remodelled in 1938 in the spirit of the German Reich.

BAUX Träullit Acoustic Panels

June 9th, 2014

BAUX Träullit Acoustic Panels contain two of the world’s oldest building materials. The combination is simple and ingenious. We founded BAUX on the belief that building materials should be surprisingly functional and remarkably beautiful.

Jabłka Adama store by mode:lina, Poznań – Poland

May 15th, 2014

Typical exposing table was exchanged for a stall on wheels, built with wooden frames. Similar to the stall, a customer service point was designed – it’s a simple, big wooden box. Wooden boxes, usually used for selling fruits, this time, they went on to store’s walls as an exposition.

Light + Building 2014 Frankfurt – FontanaArte

April 30th, 2014

Founded in 1932 by Gio Ponti and Pietro Chiesa, FontanaArte was the first Italian company to make its mark in the interior design sector.

Euroshop Düsseldorf 2014 – Freor by A01 architektai

April 6th, 2014

Cold, sharp planes of the triangles are supported against the ground on their acute angles and give a cold/piercing impression. Moreover, these planes pointed in different directions (according to the network of squares) ensure attraction towards the inside of the stand and provide clear limits of the stand.

Serwus baguette shop by MOKO ARCHITECTS, Lange & Lange and Pamela Krzyszczak

April 2nd, 2014

Serwus is healthy and modern version of the traditional Zapiekanka stall, which served open baguettes topped with meat, vegetables, cheese and ketchup as a popular type of fast food.

Yandex office by za bor Architects, Stroganov, Moscow – Russia

March 18th, 2014

The client wanted to see a «happy» and comfortable interior that would hold a large number of specialists. The first three floors are connected with a generic element, that is intended to form a giant ribbon, that, while penetrating floors, forms streamlined volumes of meeting and conference rooms.

Pets Carnival store by rptecture architects, Melbourne – Australia

December 17th, 2013

Red, blue and yellow paint is applied at the framing of the amplified scale of the kennel like structures. When mixing primary colours, a new colour is created. These colours are conveyed through the transparent, neon acrylic tubes. Placed at the shopfront, they create a tinted luminosity at the entrance.

Art.is.table by arcHITects

September 10th, 2013

arcHITects, in collaboration with the artists of Galleria Galica, presents the new project art.is.table, a modular system of versatile tables with a clean design, incorporating a work of art as the table top.

Castrol office by za bor Architects, Moscow – Russia

August 27th, 2013

British company Castrol, a part of BP group of companies, is a leading manufacturer of engine oils. Nevertheless its famous strict corporate style, it was definitely expressive and bright decisions of za bor bureau that were chosen for the project of expansion and renovation of its Moscow office.

P.D. CBL by Post & Lintel Consultants, Pakistan

August 16th, 2012

IN 2008, Crescent Bahuman Pvt Ltd, assigned Post & Lintel Consultants Architects/Desginers to layout a Production Display Area for their international customers/merchandisers to visit and get immune by the spaces.

SHOE STORES! Botas 66 at Designblok10 by A1 architects, Prague

May 19th, 2012

Presentation of legendary Botas 66 sneakers at Designblok10, Prague design week, was realized only for few days within limited budget. We designed a simple concept of colourful hang sofit made out of diverse shoealaces.

Egg Sake Bistro by Architects EAT, Melbourne

April 11th, 2012

A 150m2 Japanese canteen fit out located on the basement level of University of Melbourne Union building. It consists of 2 plywood boxes which are strategically placed to create circulation around the counter displays.

Noma food lab by 3XN architects, Copenhagen

April 1st, 2012

This research lab was designed by 3XN architects’ Innovation Unit, GXN. The design sought to reflect Noma’s philosophy of pushing the boundaries in Nordic cuisine, by using solely Nordic materials—including several types of local wood—and seeking a raw and simple aesthetic.