Posts Tagged ‘brick’

Embassy Espresso café by Spora Architects, Budapest – Hungary

February 24th, 2014

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.

PizzaExpress restaurant, Mumbai – India

February 15th, 2014

Include elements that speak of the brands heritage of 1965 and mid-century styling to bring something new to Mumbai that is not within the current Premium Casual Dining sector.

Starbucks Zhongxing store renovation, Shengyang – China

February 7th, 2014

Starbucks Zhongxing store, the number one sales store in Shengyang, got a design lift by Richard Yuan in Starbucks Shanghai Design Studio. The store presents a warm and welcoming Starbucks with beautiful brick details and mercantile display.

Gant store by Core Architecture, Washington, DC

January 16th, 2014

CORE maintained some of the red-brick structure and plaster walls, then implemented a brightly-lit muted design scheme that includes rough-hewn wood floors, neutral cabinetry/millwork, white subway tile, and contrasting mid-century modern furniture to enhance the original features.

Alaloum Board Game Cafe by Triopton Architects, Athens – Greece

November 13th, 2013

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.

Bing, Harris & Co. store by Pennant & Triumph, Hamilton – New Zealand

November 12th, 2013

The brick has a modern wash of matte white paint and the brand logo has been hand painted with a distressed finish. Old brand advertisements likewise have been hand painted onto key walls throughout the store to further illustrate the authentic look and feel of the space.

Casio G-Shock 30th Anniversary Pop-Up Shop by Design4Retail

October 28th, 2013

The overall image of the pop up shop has a very urban, sporty and street feel to enhance the brand image and also to attract Casio G-Shock’s target audience – which is 16-30 year olds. Exposed brick work and interesting watch display gives a tough and edgy feel to the pop up shop.

De GUSTO cafe & restaurant by MIKA design, Novi Sad – Serbia

September 13th, 2013

Perfectly dilapidated pine solid wood and rusty-raw steel accents bring hints of warmth and refinement to the rusticated brick and concrete gray backdrop, while hand-made lights and different textures bring a vintage look and intimacy.

Union Jack Pub by Metropolis & Yellow Office studios, Galati – Romania

July 30th, 2013

Materials chosen were brick- recovered from the disposed buildings- for the walls, in contrast with the classical fancy looking furniture designed especially for this pub. The industrial style is present using basic metallic lamps, with exposed bulbs.

Momkai Design Studio, Amsterdam

April 6th, 2013

Digital creative agency Momkai has an open and bright design studio for their Amsterdam-based team. The space has a nice balance of materials like wood, brick, and cement, which create a comfortable but modern office space.

c-28c headquarters by Archohm Studio, Noida – India

November 19th, 2012

The main building is divided into five components, each of which are defined and exaggerated by the use of distinct materials; concrete, glass, brick, stone and metal. Each component has been designed keeping in mind climatic, contextual and functional requirements.

Casa Bauducco by FAL Design Estratégico, São Paulo

November 19th, 2012

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.

Stoneage flagship store by Fatima Babar, Lahore – Pakistan

October 26th, 2012

The Stoneage flagship store is designed to revamp the existing identity of Stoneage. This time around the store was designed to provide maximum brand experience about the brands identity. Therefore most of the material used and fixture designed are raw in nature. To sum it all the store design is an elaboration of Stoneage’s brand story.

John Lewis AW12 & Christmas Press Show by Phill Welch

September 11th, 2012

A men’s fashion area was created with articulated mannequins, exposed brick, copper rails, salvaged wood and metal shelving props.

Dolls and Pistols restaurant & bar by Projectlife, Moscow

June 25th, 2012

Hardwood flooring and exposed brick maintain a special pub vibe inside the Dolls and Pistols. Warm glowing lights beam off of rich wood tables to create a feeling of elegance.

Yamakawa Rattan showroom by Sidharta Architect, Jakarta

June 23rd, 2012

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.

Triennale Project by Marazzi Tecnica

May 23rd, 2012

For the Milan Triennale in 1960, Gio’ Ponti and Alberto Rosselli designed a 4-time curved ceramic brick with shiny surfaces and in different colours.

Pepe Jeans London flagship store by Francisco Segarra, Amsterdam

April 12th, 2012

The Pepe Jeans London flagship store by Francisco Segarra in Amsterdam. The store features brick and worn wood covered walls, and vintage style furniture like old trunks and antique radios.

PHARMACIES! Apotheek by CAAN Architects, Sint-Martens-Latem – Belgium

April 7th, 2012

This spectacularly simple pharmacy is located in Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium along a lush road where the simplicity and stark grey brick stand out amongst nature. Built and designed by CAAN Architects, Apotheek is hopefully a new wave in pharmacy design.