Posts Tagged ‘bangkok’

The Street Ratchada by Architectkidd, Bangkok – Thailand

February 11th, 2017

Located in an important urban space at a busy intersection in Bangkok, Architectkidd proposed to design a permeable architectural envelope for The Street Ratchada where interior activities could be showcased along with outdoor urban activities. The design was realized with the use of Reynobond Aluminum Composite Panels.

CRACK restaurant by Party Space design, Bangkok – Thailand

February 10th, 2017

Thus, Crack-the-Egg become the main concept in design this restaurant. The restaurant design would be a big egg that the little chicken try to break out. The façade of a restaurant design to be as smooth as egg’s shell.

Bed One Block Hostel by A MILLIMETRE, Bangkok – Thailand

January 31st, 2017

24 Kilates Bangkok store by External Reference Architects , Bangkok – Thailand

January 13th, 2017

Filling the shop from floor to ceiling are safes and lockers that can be opened or left closed, all agleam with gold-coloured Alucobond, rivalling even the most exquisitely decorated Thai temple. An adjacent space invites shoppers to try on the treasures of their choice. Made from containers, the shop is an extension of a local business owner’s private home.

BORN WHALE seafood bar & grill by party/space/design, Bangkok – Thailand

December 16th, 2016

Because Pinocchio’s father is a carpenter, an inside atmosphere decorate by wood as a ship deck. In a first floor’s main entrance located a spiral staircase, which copy from the ship’s spar.

Ralph Lauren flagship store by MNA, Bangkok – Thailand

November 14th, 2016

Taking inspiration from the forms of Richard Serra, the interior storefront is comprised of full height curving teak wood and glass panels that mimic the curvilinear character of the mall, so that the spaces flow seamlessly from one to the next.

Wrangler store by UXUS, Bangkok – Thailand

November 7th, 2016

UXUS and the Wrangler Project Team, were tasked with a challenge: how do you take an iconic American brand with an original cowboy heritage and translate this authenticity to the Asia Pacific tastes in a premium and accessible way?

Fly me to the moon by MADA, Bangkok – Thailand

November 6th, 2016

MADA received briefing and requiring from owner that everyone who joins in this studio will be like an actor or an actress. Thus, we came up with the concept as “Lighten Up” this mean that the show is on stage!

Hubba-to co-working space by Supermachine Studio, Bangkok – Thailand

October 6th, 2016

Hubba came up with the idea of enlarging the portion of “making” within the ecosystem of “working” to suit the new neighborhood. They call it “Artisan space”, which consists of several handmade facilities such as pottery and wood studio, open kitchen and photography dark room.

Butterfly Milkbar 36 by Thaipanstudio, Bangkok – Thailand

September 29th, 2016

In this project we choose a toilet tile to present all of the design by rearrange the 12000 toilet tiles to make a new space.

POP-UP Table Lamp by SSTEEL

September 29th, 2016

The concept and name POP-UP inspired by the art of three dimensional paper craft known well all over the world mixed up with the very simply normal form and shape of traditional night table lamp that we all get used to.

Siam Discovery by Nendo & Urban, Bangkok – Thailand

September 21st, 2016

To allow tech-savvy consumers to relate personally to its products, Siam Discovery introduced a special smartphone app that divulges details such a brand’s backstory. The app uses location-based services to notify users of the latest offerings and discounts as they approach an area of interest; these features are estimated to increase purchases by up to 45 per cent.

The True Coffee To Go cafe and co-working space by Whitespace, Bangkok – Thailand

September 8th, 2016

Wood furniture, comfy sofas, plants, and natural lighting create a relaxing atmosphere where individual customers and large groups feel comfortable to enjoy a snack and spend the time needed to complete their work.

The Beer Cap by Whitespace, Bangkok – Thailand

August 29th, 2016

Whitespace transformed the surrounding area into an industrial warehouse by creating a second story accessible by step-ladder to the storage unit above together with the use of zinc pan-decking ceiling, blackened steel beams framing, and a recycled galvanised steel sheet wall.

Daily Roast cafe by Whitespace, Bangkok – Thailand

August 22nd, 2016

Whitespace furnished the space with mostly wooden materials that provide a good contrast with white and tan tiling, filling the space with a soft, warm and friendly atmosphere.

Thinkin’ Outside The Fox café by party/space/design, Bangkok – Thailand

August 2nd, 2016

As the building is slightly dark like the fox cave, we have designed that the light should naturally shine into the building like the sunbeam shine a light into the fox cave. Customer will enjoy the natural light and feel homie when staying here.

Sourced Grocers store by Whitespace, Bangkok – Thailand

July 15th, 2016

A black and white color palette combined with wooden fixtures becomes a neutral background for the specialty products and ingredients to shine. Vintage hand-painted graphics on black wall tiles add to the welcoming atmosphere of this neighborhood grocery store.

Issey Miyake store by Tokujin Yoshioka, Bangkok – Thailand

July 1st, 2016

Very similarly, the aesthetic is understated, featuring uncluttered and whitewashed open spaces. Furnishings are few and comprise of sleek displays and clothing racks. Additionally, matching mannequins wearing the newest collections dot both floors.

Comme des Garçons store, Bangkok – Thailand

June 28th, 2016

The only decorative element are bold black dots, a signature graphic of the popular pocket Comme des Garçons line, can be found on specific furnishings and specific wall sections.

Aesop store by Russell & George, Bangkok – Thailand

June 14th, 2016

The aesthetic takes cues from elements found in traditional Thai buildings, such as stepped details, ordered geometry and multiple eaves, and translated into a tiered cubic structure that seemingly telescopes out from a blackened steel counter.