It is as if we were in a two hundred year old inn, where there is wifi, filtered water for the guests through a tap made of copper and a bowl of concrete, high quality espresso machine, überboiler, milk patterns on cappuccinos, quests with laptops and tablets, breakfast-goers, cultural nomads, urban coffee lovers, intellectuals, business people, bankers, university goers, hungarians and foreigners: it’s the city.
Posts Tagged ‘brick’
Reusing the materials of the previous interior, brick lined walls are created on which colored lamps are contrasted. Red steel is used to create shelves and gunnels. Furthermore, the ceiling’s blackboard surfaces aim to maximize the intensity of the interior contrasting with the pine tables and chairs.
The Bauducco name, the interior design, materials, finishes plus the decoration with culinary products and kitchen utensils clearly enhances the “home made” proposition and the “love and care” that needs to be attached to the design concept. The abundance of tasty merchandise, carefully displayed on the fixtures do the rest.
The Store/Store Pad Design Inspiration For The Brand Emerges From Its Past As A ‘Dry Goods Warehouse’. As Such The Materials That Were Used Are Natural, Raw, Authentic And Masculine Such As Brick, Steel/Iron And Wood. These Materials Were Listed As The Key Building Blocks For The Firms Original Structure. These Elements Have Been Taken And Modernised For Today’s Style Savvy Customer.
The main concept of the design of the YAMAKAWA Rattan showroom by Sidharta Architect is to let people experience the product in a different way. People from the street will see the façade of the building as a two storey mass with a hanging cubical on the first floor, and other products displayed behind frameless clear glass on the second floor.