Posts Tagged ‘bricks’

Sound of Paradigm bar by Unidesign, Kelana Jaya – Malaysia

September 24th, 2014

The Bar & Bistro showcase a cozy Industrial urban concept using a mixture of metal, wood, render cement and bricks. SOP is an abbreviation for “Sound of Paradigm”, a newest restaurant and bar in Paradigm Mall in Kelana Jaya, Selangor Malaysia, serving mainly German-inspired cuisines with more than 30 exclusive brands of imported liquors and beers.

Loisir cafe by Nordic Bros. Design Community, Seoul – South Korea

September 15th, 2014

After combining two previous studio apartments into one and placing the baking studio and the stairs going to the cafe upstairs in the center, the staff room, storage, main kitchen, toilet, and office enclosed them in the form of ㄷ to minimize the traffic line and fully utilize the space.

Café Faux Vau restaurant by UniversalProjekt, Hamburg – Germany

June 8th, 2014

Bar by Kley Design, Kiev – Ukraine

November 11th, 2013

Simple materials were used in that project: bricks, paving tiles, white wall ceramic tiles, painted metal, oak wood. Bricks were bought from the dismantling of an old apartment building in the heart of the city. Natural stone on the floor is cut in the shape of hexagons.

721 Tonkatsu Japanese restaurant by Golucci International Design, Shanghai

August 15th, 2013

The design aims to evoke the feel of a tranquil getaway from the hustle and bustle outside, a place where customers are looked after with great care and, of course, with great food. The setting features traditional materials such as bricks and wood in a minimalist setting, creating an atmosphere that is distinctly modern but with a rustic edge.

Casa Decor Madrid 2013 exhibition by Egue y Seta, Madrid

May 30th, 2013

Space Nº14 is a gallery where the printed artwork outgrows the marquetry creating printed carpets, bricks, and joineries made of ink.

Shmarim pastries shop by Studio Yaron Tal, Herzliya – Israel

May 17th, 2013

Shmarim, a pastries shop in shop located inside a large supermarket in Herzelia (near Tel Aviv). The store was designed in warm colors using wood, iron, bricks. The logo and the special lamp was designed inspired by the world of backing.

Freemans Sporting Club store, Tokyo

May 9th, 2013

Bringing an authentic piece of NYC’s culture to the upscale Tokyo neighborhood, the original immovable front facade was deemed unsightly by designer Taavo who instead had the innovative idea to cover it with a printed synthetic scaffolding screen with bricks, windows and cloud reflections.

Kookwinkel Bianca Bonte store by OmasHuisje Design, Oostburg – The Netherlands

April 16th, 2013

Part of the floor is power floated concrete, the other part is bleeched solid oak parquet; some walls have been stripped of their original plastering, leaving raw bricks; other walls have been painted with a grey polymer based paint which creates a rough surface.

Yakiniku Master restaurant by Golucci International Design, Shanghai

April 11th, 2013

The recycled wood pieces are reshaped and used to decorate the red bricks, presenting a mottled color wall, coupled with charcoal that has been used in previous stores, demonstrating the image and characteristics of yakiniku (Japanese BBQ). Therefore, the design integrates simplicity and complexity, traditional and contemporary methods to showcase a rich and colorful landscape.

WOODEN STORE INTERIORS! A.P.C. store, London

April 7th, 2013

The brand’s new Shoreditch digs totally honour the brand’s retail reputation, featuring a simple yet stylish interior of white-washed walls, flooring of glazed grey bricks and suspended wooden shelving and wooden displays.

Paramana tavern by Tectus Design, Crete – Greece

February 22nd, 2013

At the ground floor there is the bar, the kitchen and the basic dining area. At the loft there are the toilets and a small area with sofas and dining tables where customers can enjoy their meal in tranquility. The main elements that have been used are metal, wood, bricks and tiles, perfectly combined to give the result that the decorators wanted.

Shang Xia store by Kengo Kuma, Beijing

November 26th, 2012

A lattice of extruded aluminium sections evokes images of the brickwork in Beijing’s old neighborhoods at this luxury boutique by Kengo Kuma and Associates.

14 oz. store, Berlin

November 14th, 2012

The retail space has been partially gutted and certain authentic elements have been matched with carefully sourced furnishings, one of them being a striking an antique library with a first floor gallery. Swathes of bare bricks give the interior something edgy, after all denim is makes up a large proportion of 14 oz.’s merchandise.

La Oliva Spanish restaurant by DOYLE COLLECTION, Tokyo

July 31st, 2012

Considering the construction costs, we wanted to make good balance of Japanese people’s preference. We used contemporary methods in total and filled with combinations of beautiful town scenery and clusters of Spanish bars.

Common Man branding by Josip Kelava

May 16th, 2012

Common Man is a restaurant bar. Offering satisfying rustic, hearty meals and a range of local and imported beers fit for a hunger created by a hard days work. A hub of hearty meat pies, pasta and pizza… the staples that have erased hunger in bellies since days of yore.

Catalina Fernandez pastry interior & branding by Anagrama, San Pedro – Mexico

February 29th, 2012

Catalina Fernandez is a high end pastry boutique established in San Pedro, Mexico. The concept in which the store’s interiors were based is the brand’s origin. It started in 1988 as a home based bakery and ended up as a successful pastry shop.

Cornerstone Restaurant by STUDIO RAMOPRIMO, Beijing

February 19th, 2012

The restaurant is located on the south-west corner of a office tower in Beijing CBD district. Design started in 2010 and construction was completed in early 2011. It covers a surface of 360 sqm. The space is characterized by the use of two strong walls, which visually define the space organizing the functional program: kitchen, dining areas, bar counter, pizza area, wine cellar and lounge corner.

Doboz party place, Budapest – Hungary

January 24th, 2012

Doboz (‘Box’ in English) is a new party place and cultural center in the 7th district of Budapest. The building was a children’s hospital of the former ghetto during the Second World War. Its residents slowly moved from the building as it has been gone to ruin in the last 10 years and nobody had the money to refurbish it.

Aesop store by Tacklebox, New York – Nolita

October 5th, 2011

Designed by local architect Jeremy Barbour, he adopted the same solution as when he created Aesop’s Grand Central Station kiosk, constructing the wall displays and counter out of re-purposed editions of the New York Times.