Posts Tagged ‘concrete floor’

Warehouse store by Checkland Kindleysides, London – UK

September 18th, 2016

A single run cast concrete staircase descends into the 183 square-metre basement and lands to face the back focal point of the store. This positioning subtly encourages a journey around the space, allowing you to fully explore key collections before arriving at the fitting rooms.

Lucky Bar by Robot 3, Beijing – China

July 17th, 2016

Recessed walls and a circular ceiling cut-out are backlit, and add a visual twist, whilst concrete flooring balances out the shimmer and shine.

Tate Modern shop extension by UXUS, London – UK

June 21st, 2016

A bespoke system of stackable furniture modules allows for regular reconfiguration to keep the displays fresh and exciting for visitors, as well as accommodating seating for browsing and events such as book readings and talks.

MR.HOMES real estate agency office by INTU:NE, Seoul – South Korea

May 24th, 2016

Clear epoxy coated concrete floor is presented with vivid line drawing. Exposed ceiling is lit up by up-lighting solution. By these efforts, Raw is can be evaluated as Pure, rather than Rough.

BREAD AND BUTTER bakery by studiobium, Hong Kong

May 5th, 2016

The store’s interior design were inspired from the wide-open courtyard, surrounded by white painted wall and concrete floor.

Isabel Marant store by Ciguë, Bangkok – Thailand

June 26th, 2014

The aim of both the fashion designer and the architects is to steer clear of generic, overtly polished retail settings and branding, and instead develop more compelling designs. Next to bamboo, materials used for the interior include brass, tinted mirors, concrete floors and black wood.

MRQT Boutique by ROK, Stuttgart – Germany

October 10th, 2013

The store features a unique fur-like wall consisting of 22.000 wooden sticks with individual directions and of various lengths. The installation refers to the flowing forms and delicate texture of textiles and cloth. It creates a unique and sensational background for the fashion items displayed on the smoothly integrated clothes hangers.

Grange Interiors homeware boutique by Stefano Tordiglione Design, Hong Kong

September 5th, 2013

The simplicity of the furniture and the surrounding design highlights the quirky and unique European products that Grange Interiors imports from countries such as England, France and Italy, from brightly painted crockery and stylish cutlery to pillows, candles and lamps.

Isabel Marant store by Ciguë, Hong Kong

September 3rd, 2013

Wooden lattice panels – with various cut-outs for built-in clothing racks – are added to playfully create depth. These are matched by small display tables in the same material, and a concrete floor with a subtly crackled surface adds a sophisticated touch.

Studio Dulu’s office, Kibbutz Sarid – Israel

July 29th, 2013

The office is built as one big open space, while the carpentry millwork functions as the colored esthetic ambient, with one exception: The meeting room (that functions also as the studio manager’s room), is separated only by partition made of glass.

Otoko. store, Jakarta

July 22nd, 2013

The store has a spartan-chic look with an exposed ceiling marked by utility pipes, a concrete floor and a series of bold industrial lamps.

Totokaelo Man store, Seattle – Washington

July 18th, 2013

The old fir beams have been properly sandblasted and now reveal a fresh hue and the concrete floor has been given a matching white gloss epoxy finish. What has been added in the back is a built-in shelving unit that spans the width of the store at one end, and which is inspired by a quirky 1960s couch that the owner once came across.

Generator hostel by The Design Agency, Barcelona – Spain

July 3rd, 2013

Entry through its main doors towards the left leads guests to the warm and energetic hotel lobby and a rear bar with a vibrant mix of textures and patterns, including the ornate Hungarian concrete floor tiles.

Nanak Emporium by MACh Arquitetos, Belo Horizonte – Brazil

May 8th, 2013

In the center of the emporium, lies a multifunctional structure to accommodate the shopping baskets, up to six people in the chai-café table, plus spaces for products and equipments. The arrangement allows the fluid movement of the visitors.

Oakley stand at ISPO by Green Room, Munich

March 27th, 2013

The space facilitated a variety of customer journeys, including a welcoming reception for appointments and follow-up meetings, a variety of formal and informal consultation areas, a bar area to socialize and relax, and meeting rooms for trading business.

BLUE Communication office by Jean Guy Chabauty & Anne Sophie Goneau, Montreal

March 26th, 2013

The principal concept was to wield expansive zones of living space in correspondence with the towering 30 ft. ceilings. The conference room is enveloped with high glass panels, thus allowing the box to float subtly into the space while conserving acoustic privacy.

Technology company office by TSEH

January 9th, 2013

Main expression of ‘New life’ became Green which appears on different surfaces and in various interpretations everywhere. These are vertical green columns near reception desk, Green cube right in the middle of the office floor, Green wall-fence by entrance, shrubs spring through the metal terrace, Green hills with trees growing through the concrete floor surface and Green glades on the roof.

Unit B4 office by Make Creative, Sydney

December 19th, 2012

The property group, Goodman, engaged MAKE to develop a concept for the adaptive re-use of an existing warehouse in Alexandria. The space was to house Goodman’s South Sydney team; functioning at the same time as a marketing showcase to Goodman’s clients.

Bel Étage by Bungalow store by Philip Jin Honermann, Stuttgart

October 23rd, 2012

From the inside of bar suite 212, a dark steel crafted, solid state staircase leads to the upper 120 sqm boutique loft. The brass finished custom made light structure generates a glamorous touch while entering first floor, which used to be a club many years ago.

Lluçanès restaurant by Josep Ferrando, Barcelona

October 1st, 2012

The program is divided between the two existing plants, on the ground floor a more informal, and at the top, a Michelin Star restaurant.