Posts Tagged ‘exterior facade’

Stefania Tsikandilakis pharmacy by Lefteris Tsikandilakis, Heraklion, Crete – Greece

September 14th, 2016

The timber on the floor is girdled with a strip of marble in varying shapes and elegant pathway tiles leading from the entrance to the service counter. The teal color on the walls and the white ceiling illuminates the space and balances the hardness of the metal to highlight the products.

DESCENTE BLANC Daikanyama store by Schemata Architects, Tokyo – Japan

October 5th, 2015

Ceiling space, equipped with operable hanger racks going up and down, is allocated for the stock space. Here the shop staff’s routine movement is converted to vertical movements of the hanger racks. The hang racks can be used for display, utilized as “moving displays” which can be changed day by day.

1881 Bar & Restaurant by party/space/design at CentralWorld Mall, Bangkok – Thailand

July 21st, 2015



1881 figure is in addition to a name, but also a concept in the design of the restaurant and cocktail bar as well.

Hotel ME San Telmo by Estudio Rietti Smud, Buenos Aires – Argentina

March 10th, 2014

The project transforms an empty heart block in a modern cloister of 13m height in which four glazed floor rooms open onto the central courtyard becoming a transparent atrium.The inner courtyard is planned as an exhibition space, with bars, antiques, and others programs related to hotel use.

Ping & Optimedia offices by OSO Architects, Istanbul

February 18th, 2013

The most important space of “Ping” is the meeting room which is located on the left part of the entrance hall. The form of this space is inspired by a “seed” shape in which all the ideas emerge and develop.

Coffee’n LoaF by Design Bono, Seoul

January 9th, 2013

While looking around ‘Coffee’n LoaF’, we become to imagine the scene in his story. The branches which greeted him at the entrance of the narrow path became the banister of stairs connected toward Coffee’n LoaF, and the empty ground of the basin became a space filled only with tables, divided by objects which block the eyes naturally without any partitions.