Posts Tagged ‘brick walls’

Studio Four23 office, London – UK

March 5th, 2017

he Clerkenwell-based communication studio refurbished a former metal workshop to meet their office’s requirements, while remaining sympathetic to the original qualities of the building. It was important that the space was flexible, providing facilities for each member of the team as well as catering for the various events that take place there.

Losada Serrano dental clinic by Silvosa París Arquitectura, Madrid – Spain

February 15th, 2017

The project consisted in the complete conditioning of the space and its facades to build three dental cabinets. The design responds to two essential questions: the relationship between the three cabinets and the preeminent location of the waiting room.

Brick wallpaper by Murals Wallpaper

January 25th, 2017

With rich colours and sleek style coming out to play, Murals Wallpaper shows us how to keep timeless brick walls contemporary with sophisticated new pieces. The updated collection demonstrates a range of luxurious designs, from brick walls coated in rich, deep colour to classic natural brick looks – for minimal yet warm interior spaces.

MedHelp Offices by A Design Lifestyle, San Francisco – California

October 11th, 2016

The existing interior architecture features original brick walls, an abundance of natural light through tall windows and skylights, and exposed structural beams and columns. The client wanted a timeless look that complimented the industrial structure and inspired staff and clients.

Aesop store by Norman Kelley, Chicago – Illinois

August 23rd, 2016

Black steel shelves and alcoves laid into these brick walls serve as simple, eye-catching product displays, while low-profile armoires made from black-stained white oak serve as stylish cash desks and demonstration areas.

Hoogan et Beaufort restaurant by APPAREIL architecture, Montreal – Canada

July 31st, 2016

Raw materials such as steel, wood and concrete, were selected to complement with the spirit of the place. The style is simple, but warm, and signed by Kim Pariseau, Founding Architect of APPAREIL architecture.

Restaurant House Denk by AB objekt, Zgornja Kungota – Slovenia

June 14th, 2016

The main entrance in the eastern volume welcomes guests with its solemn ambience; dark textile floor, dark brick walls combined with rough wood, dim light and antique pieces.

Ristretto cafe by Davidsign, Oradea – Romania

June 2nd, 2016

We decided to keep the upper part of the space more “raw” to add some interest and contrast to the whole design. Therefore, we kept the brick walls apparent and painted them in a light shade of grey for protection, but also to have them as a neutral background.

Dash Kitchen restaurant by Fabio Fantolino, Turin – Italy

May 31st, 2016

Chrome tubes define the front of the house, lined by a banquette of black leather, formulating a dynamite impression. Along one side, a prolonged mirror steel counter is studded with broiling fabric vents and sleek beer taps.

AMORE Sulwhasoo Flagship Store by Neri&Hu, Seoul – South Korea

May 30th, 2016

The delicate structure rests upon a solid ground of wide timber floor boards that occasionally rises up to form wooden counters with inserted solid stone blocks, on top of which Sulwhasoo’s products are displayed as precious objects.

HongC. Eyewear & Watches by V+T Interior Studio, Taipei – Taiwan

May 29th, 2016

Due to the characteristically of the old buildings in Taiwan is normally long and narrow, we avoid using big and solid showcases by designing it looking thin and light with metal, hope to give our patrons a brand new shopping experience.

Drop store by Rosie Lee, Moscow – Russia

May 18th, 2016

Fusing old and new, the setting incorporates the original brick walls, albeit dipped in a white hue, and paired with a gradient white to black tiled flooring, and a ceiling superimposed by a industrial-looking metal grid.

Placester offices by IA Interior Architects, Boston – Massachusetts

May 6th, 2016

To accommodate for both engineers’ and corporate employees’ workstyles, alternative work settings are available throughout the space near workstations. These break-out areas include meeting and collaboration zones, a game room, and a kitchen/lounge space.

BuonaBocca bar by Studio Ramoprimo, Beijing – China

May 3rd, 2016

The bar’s most noticeable features are the bricks arranged in chevron patterns across the walls. These provide decoration, but in one place also function as a wine rack.

Mellow bistro by Whitespace, Bangkok – Thailand

April 10th, 2016

The interiors were designed to achieve casual comfort, and the ability to present frequently changing art exhibitions. Both levels feature a distressed red brick wall and comfortable leather and natural wood furniture. The second floor features a large open-air balcony.

Patisserie by ideo arquitectura, Alcalá de Henares – Spain

February 23rd, 2016

At slightly varying heights, the wooden poles seem to oscillate, drawing visitors towards the rear of the space.

A.T. Kearney offices by OFFCON, Moscow – Russia

February 4th, 2016

Brick arcades, strengthened with ferro-concrete pilasters and beams were the main starting point to work with. We decided not to renovate brick walls but to refine them with dust-collecting alkyd varnish and to cover them by glass partitions.

The Rabbit Hole – Organic Tea Bar by Matt Woods Design, Redfern – Australia

January 14th, 2016



Fresh from picking up the Best Restaurant Design gong at the 2015 Eat Drink Design Awards for Beccafico, Matt Woods’ latest project, The Rabbit Hole – Organic Tea Bar, reinvents the tired & clichéd teahouse concept.

Timberland Specialty Store by Timberland Global Creative Services & LODA Design, McLean – Virginia

December 31st, 2015



Timberland has replanted roots in McLean, VA and wrung in the Holiday season with the opening it’s newest location in the Tyson’s Corner Centre this past November.

CreativeStyle office by Morpho Studio, Krakow – Poland

December 4th, 2015

This outstanding space includes such a special details as high grain silo ceiling, brick walls, huge windows and concrete columns.