Posts Tagged ‘australia’

Frozen by a Thousand Blessings store by Kalliopi Vakras Architects, Melbourne

April 7th, 2014

The design response involves a simple palette of materials which allows the bright coloured toppings to stand out. Touches of yellow play add a playful element to the space.

Brand X creative playground by Loop Creative, Sydney

April 5th, 2014

On a modest budget Rod Faucheux of Loop Creative conceptualised a 1100sqm space, constructed from salvaged shipping palettes, to create a series of dynamic interconnecting spaces for the Brand X team.

Roger Tait Man pop-up store by Loop Creative, Sydney – Australia

April 3rd, 2014

On a modest budget Loop Creative created a 120sqm space, with trench-mesh wire caged shopfront with inter-woven fabric, a subtle nod to the garment creation process. Within the space is custom steel racking, stage lighting and projection visualizations to the wall.

BARRY coffee and food by Techne Architects, Melbourne – Australia

March 30th, 2014

BARRY coffee and food by Techne Architects, Melbourne – Australia

Mero Mero store by Morris Selvatico, Sydney – Australia

March 17th, 2014

The classic Mero Mero finishes were implemented to create brand continuity along with washed back concrete walls, custom printed mosaic tiles and a full width shopfront with operable windows to engage passing traffic and create a presence along the streetscape.

Qsan Yakitori express store by Morris Selvatico, Sydney

March 10th, 2014

The design teamed opted for solid timber dowel cladding to the counter to reflect the wooden skewers used in the cooking process. A combination of tiles, white Corian and perforated metal were used to form the remainder of the structure.

Adriano Zumbo patisserie by Elenberg Fraser Graduate School, Melbourne

March 7th, 2014

The retail experience was revolutionised using a variety of new techniques and technologies. The mirror-like plastic panels lining the interior were vacuum-formed and metallised and given their reflective finish from aluminium vapour.

CuldeSac™ The Design Circus exhibition, Perth – Australia

March 6th, 2014

The exhibition recreated a magical atmosphere where almost a hundred objects surrounded visitors and came to life to represent the classic imagery of circus arts and express the evolution and character of contemporary design.

Optique Potts Point by Smart Design Studio, Sydney – Australia

March 5th, 2014

To make the interior highly visible we built an all-white space beneath a coloured mirror lantern, in order to create an inviting retail space as well as signal its new use to the passersby. The multi-coloured lantern makes use of high ceilings and uses four different colours of mirror as well as coloured glass, to create a complex array of reflected colours and lights.

Boston Consulting Group office by Carr Design Group, Perth

March 1st, 2014

The Boston Consulting Group’s Perth office reveals an impressive understanding of the contribution of workplace design to business success. Skilfully executed, with an intrinsic connection to the landscape, the new design serves as a commercial tool which has the potential to contribute to employee satisfaction, the company’s recruitment success and general workplace productivity.

Howler bar and beer garden by Splinter Society Architecture, Melbourne

February 27th, 2014

The first stage involved the conversion of a former wool store into a rough-and-ready bar and beer garden, complete with exposed concrete floors and a giant metal tree. Live greenery completes the scheme, which is illuminated in warm red tones by night.

Lion office by PCG, Sydney – Australia

February 23rd, 2014

PCG was appointed to design a new workplace solution for the NSW Regional Office at Sydney Olympic Park for 800 Lion Staff. PCG provided strategic advisory, transaction management and workplace project services for Lion’s new 12,500m2 workplace.

A Little Something delicatessen store by FITCH & Siren Design, Sydney

February 21st, 2014

The 246sqm gourmet food and fine wine store is inspired by the classic Parisian delicatessen store. It combines Victorian and modern architectural elements to create a sophisticated yet welcoming shopping environment where travellers can shop for a wide assortment of delicatessen products.

Boston Consulting Group office by Carr Design Group, Canberra – Australia

February 14th, 2014

The office embraces curved forms through sculptural joinery and undulating rooflines, providing a flexible, multifunctional space that encourages collaboration. Extracting colours and materials from the natural surrounding creates a warm and inviting environment.

Fontana Arte showroom by BHO Interiors, Perth – Australia

February 13th, 2014

This unique “Blonde Chic Feel” lighting showroom was created to showcase its Italian lighting products (which are mainly white in colour). By creating an interior space that is darker in colour, the products would stand out from its environment. The use of darker timbers, colours and bronze mirrors helps create a feeling of warmth and sophistication to the interior space of the showroom.

Replay Espresso café by Mima Design, Sydney – Australia

February 12th, 2014

With just 40sqm to play with, we ripped the guts out of the space, replaced the decaying roof, introduced a long bi-fold window and small serve-out window, created a feature barista’s coffee bench, and crammed in as many seats and tables as we could.

Jac+ Jack store by George Livissianis, Sydney

January 30th, 2014

Designed as if an intricate puzzle, the marble flooring has a playful geometric pattern and a series of cabinets seemingly protrude from the floor, following its lines. The cabinets and other interior elements in fact subtly reference Jac+ Jack’s other stores, and intentionally create a retail coherence of sorts.

Foxes Den café by Hecker Guthrie, Melbourne

January 28th, 2014

Screens made from diagonal planks, wooden beams and columns appear to be dip-dyed in orange paint. The walls are lined with concrete panels and dark slate tiles are used for the floor. “There is certain nostalgia to the diagonal pine wall linings, which provide warmth and texture against the concrete and canvas.

aesop store by Kerstin Thompson Architects, Canberra – Australia

January 28th, 2014

Felt and black steel have been paired to conjure a cool sense of working style, complemented by sleek steel-framed display units with black japan ply shelves. A subtle detail is the perforated steel screen which creates a threshold between the interior and the surrounding mall.

Shine Australia office by The world is round, Sydney – Australia

January 20th, 2014

Shine sought a characteristically designed space focusing on playfulness, functionality and durability. It is warm, welcoming and comfortable in its feel. It is a conservatively luxurious environment focusing on the architectural elements of the wharf and its associated CBD and harbour views.