Posts Tagged ‘black marble’

Coffee shop by Studio Tate, Sydney – Australia

October 10th, 2017

The brief given to Melbourne-based Studio Tate was to create a luxurious finish for the coffee shop, which has branches in various Australian cities. But it also had to fit with Woods Bagot’s design for the building.

Vista Walkerhill Hotel by Quaddesign, Seoul – South Korea

July 24th, 2017

The floor and mass of the walls were finished with gray colored main stone with minimal design. White marble pillars and floor patterns give special characters to the space. Through wall, situated at the edge of RE: BAR, opens up and closes the space smoothly. Furniture of the lounge was placed to offer a warm, cozy feeling to remind a living room and a den.

Canopy Coworking Space by Yves Béhar and Amir Mortazavi , San Francisco – California

May 18th, 2017

Delivering an elevated design aesthetic, a sophisticated membership program, and a concierge-style amenities program, CANOPY’s first location is now open on bustling Fillmore Street in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood.

FREEZER ice cream shop by SK Designers & Housestanding, Ramat Gan – Israel

May 15th, 2017

The designers than decided to leave them by their nature, leading to a decision to use throughout all the design, unusual materials from the industry area to enhance the connection to the outside street. Special concrete tiles were chosen for the floor, concrete plates covered the counters, and black marble was installed on top.

Project Skin MD store by Cutler, Richmond – Canada

April 30th, 2017

In designing a space that would make people feel comfortable, positive and confident, we paid particular attention to lighting and fixtures that best capture and convey natural beauty.

New York Sweets Pastry Shops by Minas Kosmidis – Architecture in Concept, Nicosia – Cyprus

March 1st, 2017

Having been completed in February 2017, the pared-back, urban influences are apparent from the curbside as the shop’s façade features a metal “grid” which, in conjunction with the lighting scheme, is meant to reference the entrance canopies of NYC’s grand, landmark buildings.

Matrícula store by Vitale, Castellónde la Plana – Spain

December 17th, 2016


The walnut wood, the marquina black marble and the metallic elements result in furniture that stands out for the richness of its details. The flexible exhibition system used in the walls allows to display all types of garments and accessories. The sculptural counter plays with the intersection of marble volumes and a side glass display case for small products.

Patchi chocolate shop Nobu by Lautrefabrique Architects, Ryiadh – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

April 22nd, 2016

Clearly sequenced, the hundred and eighty square meters are subtly divided, as is often the case with Patchi stores, into separate universes: from an area with presentation boxes and countless other precious containers to the reception area, materialized by a copper desk with natural contours to the chocolate counter with its signature ebony walls.

Bolon Eyewear store by Ippolito Fleitz Group, Shanghai – China

April 21st, 2016

The shop space is characterised by the use of high-quality materials such as a white marble floor and black marble for the characteristic presentation cases and service desk. A leather-covered expanse of wall provides an additional focal point within the space, as well as creating a warm setting for in-depth consultations.

FIT: Fast Interior Tunning” by Egue y Seta for Endutex, Madrid – Spain

April 20th, 2016

Under two slanted thresholds that seem to defy gravity, an ensemble of meeting lounge and window shop is set on one side, while the counter and bar reception have been located on the opposite end.

Patchi chocolate shop at Boulevard by Lautrefabrique Architects, Jeddah – Saudi Arabia

April 13th, 2016

Everything is smooth, lustrous and sparkling, from the wide black-lacquered reception desk that offsets the teeming colored shelves, lined with the famous anise and black Patchi boxes and the latest multicolored collections to the lighted niches.

Barneys flagship store by Steven Harris Architects, New York City

February 19th, 2016

Mirror and polished stainless steel clad columns, biomorphic shaped tables and marble displays define the setting.

Saint Laurent flagship store, Tokyo – Japan

December 10th, 2015

The various settings are captured in a strict linear aesthetic, using endless slabs of white and black marble, extra clear glass, both nickel-plated and mirror-polished brass and quilted black leather.

Neelkanth Jewellers Store by 4D, Bangalore – India

July 31st, 2015



A jeweler is an important part of family occasions and there is a tremendous amount of trust and respect for the family jeweler.

DA-ANTONIO Ristorante Italiano by JMdesign, Taipei ─ Taiwan

March 9th, 2015

DA-ANTONIO is located in a unique discrete corner on level five in the landmark tower “Taipei 101”.

Shoebaloo store by MVSA Architects, Amsterdam – Netherlands

December 3rd, 2014

The store comprises two elliptical spaces that gravitate towards each other in the centre of the space. At the rear is the counter and a large vertical elliptic vitrine, both integrated into the contours.

Dikeni flagship store by Stefano Tordiglione Design, Yingkou – China

October 29th, 2014

Polished marble is a key feature of the first floor. Shiny black marble is used to create pathways through the shop’s various sections, while off to either side grey and beige marble gleams, leading customers off to Dikeni’s various products. Partitions break up the expansive space, made of glass or metal mesh to do so with a sensual subtlety.

Les Hommes flagship store by Piuarch, Milan – Italy

August 6th, 2014

Les Hommes flagship store by Piuarch, Milan – Italy

Pradasphere exhibition and windows at Harrods, London – UK

August 2nd, 2014

Harrods’ windows represent Prada’s multifaceted identity. The hybrid approach, a quintessential feature of Prada’s design philosophy, is evident in the recurrent themes and motifs combined in each tableau.

Starbucks store at Galeries Lafayette – La coupole, Paris

September 27th, 2013

Crafted with locally sourced wood and black marble, brass, glass and metal, the store takes its inspiration from the world of fashion that defines Galeries Lafayette and combines this with the very core of Starbucks – coffee.