Posts Tagged ‘concrete blocks’

The Burrow boxing gym by lab 100, Sabhan – Kuwait

July 11th, 2016

The materials employed were inspired by retro boxing gyms, which were used without any extensive decorations. Therefore, the materials used were a combination of concrete blocks, subway tiles, steel, and hints of natural wood. Curved glass corners were used to ensure a welcoming and clear route between the entrance, lockers, and main workout area

Knock Kitchen & Kicks by Onion, Bangkok – Thailand

September 17th, 2015

The shop front, placed along one of the busiest streets in the city both day and night, has been organized so that almost nothing is visible from the outside. Stairs start almost immediately from the door, and lead upwards first to the bistro, then up and around to the retail space on the third floor.

Rick Owens Store, Hong Kong

May 5th, 2015

Rick Owens Store, Hong Kong

Spyder F3 Club at BRP Trade-show by LOOK Marketing, Connecticut

October 3rd, 2014

Utilizing harsh metals, concrete blocks, hard parts from Home depot, and the latest industry favorite; Concrete Wallpaper. LOOK Marketing recreates an authentic warehouse vibe, with moody contrasts of dark material, and a “Tony Stark” style garage for the introduction of new accessories.

SOUL concept shoe store by A+D design, Warsaw

May 29th, 2013

We used real wood on the floor, raw corrugated steel on the walls and ordinary concrete blocks as exposition furniture. steel, blocks, wood – used with virtually no processing – everything can be reused. Materials utilise their purpose: steel is leaning against the wall, blocks are arranged in stacks – without decorations or talkativeness: material + form + function.

It Me Eco Fast Restaurant by Joanna Pszczółka & Łukasz Brandys, Ochaby – Poland

June 30th, 2012

It!me fast food restaurant, which is located in Dream Park in Ochaby, was created at the beginning of July, 2011. It is the first branch of the planned chain of eco-restaurants. The designers made an attempt to give this small place an image that would make it distinct from other big fast food brands.

Palladium boot store, New York

October 24th, 2011

Each store is indicative of the brand’s essence, urban-exploration with functional military components. Product is being displayed on concrete blocks and will not be limited to footwear, but also accessories and outerwear for men, women and children.