Posts Tagged ‘exhibition spaces’

V&A Museum shop by Friend and Company, London – UK

May 23rd, 2017

It forms one of the main routes into the exhibition spaces, so had to also accommodate people passing through. It was this that led Friend to design the shop as a pair of pavilions – creating “a concept of lanes and street facades”.

Norwegian Mountaineering Center by Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter & Expology, Åndalsnes – Norway

September 20th, 2016

The 900 sqm facility by Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter features a climbing hall with a boulder room, changing rooms, exhibition spaces, café, library, auditorium and administration facilities.

Musée des Confluences by Coop Himmelb(l)au, Lyon – France

June 21st, 2016

The futuristic design dissolves the virtual barrier between 21st-century visitors and creatures who walked the earth untold centuries ago.

Hands-on Campus by DesigN m4, Seoul – South Korea

December 25th, 2015



The client, Hands-on Learning is a creative education group using LEGO Education products as the media for teaching, introducing new learning method in South Korea.

Colorificio San Marco Showroom & Training Center by Cristiano Bonesso+Partners, Ancona – Italy

November 26th, 2015



The exhibition space created in Ancona for Colorificio San Marco is a real example of how a carefully designed showroom can respond simultaneously to multiple needs, adding value to the presentation of the product and make it emotional for potential customers.

Stefan Store by Andrea Gaio, Conegliano – Italy

November 17th, 2015



This clothing store has been completely renovated to meet the needs of the client and to give the exhibition spaces a modern and elegant look.

Both Boutique & Both Music by PRISM DESIGN, Shanghai – China

November 2nd, 2015



Red Town is place where an ironworks in Shanghai was renovation.

RJR Chair by Mario Alessiani

October 24th, 2015



Mario Alessiani presents its latest creation : RJR chair.

Tornado Installation by Tokujin Yoshioka, Saga – Japan

July 21st, 2015



Tokujin Yoshioka uses millions of straws to recreate Tornado installation in Japan

Long Museum West Bund by Deshaus, Shanghai – China

June 21st, 2015



Shanghai art museum by Atelier Deshaus brings together vaulted columns and an industrial relic.

Caroscope Showroom by by Francesco Catalano for Novoceram, Saint Vallier – France

June 20th, 2015



Novoceram, French ceramics manufacturer since 1863, presents his new Caroscope: a multipurpose space, dedicated to customers and visitors, consisting of the new showroom and a set of conference and training rooms that enriches its industrial plant in Saint-Vallier sur-Rhône (France).

Slovenia Pavilion by Sono Architects at Milan Expo 2015, Milan – Italy

May 14th, 2015

Slovenia pavilion at Expo Milan 2015 comprises five prismatic volumes

Oslo chair & The Novelties collection by Masquespacio & Missana

November 27th, 2014

Thereby the Oslo chair with it’s Mediterranean freshness and Nordic functionality is the first product designed by Studio Missana. In addition the Oslo chair is accompanied by the Valentino bench, that with its 5 cushions of different colors creates a funny contrast, adaptable to each individual taste.

Inshopnia Coffee & Retail by NAN Architects, Vigo – Spain

October 29th, 2014

The main element of this project is a central structure that evokes a traditional house, looking for this element effect surprise, while we serve to differentiate the uses of a subtle and smoothly.

Sever bar, St. Petersburg

January 21st, 2013

The intriguingly grotesque decorum is frivolously balanced out by a series of crystal pendant lamps that were sourced locally at vintage stores. Other contemporary touches include the transparent little snow globes over the bar – after all sever means north in Russian – by artist John Smith, and which playfully contain little sculptures and other odd miniscule objects.

Maisontrois exhibition stand by Nicolas Dorval-Bory Architect, Paris

October 25th, 2012

Men’s prêt-à-porter brand “maisontrois” asked us to create a very simple exhibition stand for hippest professional fashion show “Tranoï” in Paris. With almost no budget and a tiny surface which precise dimensions couldn’t be known until D-day, the brand wanted us to imagine a visually strong and nonetheless functional showcase for their clothes.