Posts Tagged ‘false ceilings’

BAZAR store by Joanna Kubieniec, Katowice – Poland

January 4th, 2017

The most important for second hand BAZAR project was to protect and focus on what is the most interesting in these pavilions. Large windows, open staircase, high ceilings, the original flooring and unusual details will again be the key points highlighted with carefully selected furniture and fittings.

Virgen del Carmen Bar by Estudio Arn Arquitectos, Santa Pola – Spain

September 18th, 2016

Externally, the walls were found covered by different layers of paint and mortar. Internally, a brick wall covered with tiles, hid the original ashlar and masonry walls. Two levels of false ceilings placed at different heights prevented the view of the original wooden structure which composed the roof of the building.

Burbucar carwash by Lina Toro, Madrid – Spain

June 9th, 2016

The conventionally hidden elements are revealed: the false ceilings and CO2 conducts appeared; the divisions between technic rooms and tanks appear; the tunnel is lit up and the beauty of the most industrial engineering appears.

PURE metal ceiling for ENTEL Headquarters, Santiago – Chile

October 29th, 2015



Painted metal ceiling for ENTEL Headquarters in Santiago, Chile

Rosemary gastropub by Studio Janréji, Paris – France

July 3rd, 2015

On the walls, a delightfully retro patterned lining paper is painted off-white and framed by the royal blue paint of the lower part of the wall and the velvet covers of the bar stools.

Jones Day Offices by Admos Design & Build, Brussels – Belgium

June 19th, 2015



Admos Design & Build has designed the new offices for Brussels-based law firm Jones Day.

Lardini Showroom by Meregalli Merlo Architetti Associati & Andrea Carmignola, Milan – Italy

April 24th, 2015

Lardini Showroom by Meregalli Merlo Architetti Associati & Andrea Carmignola, Milan – Italy

L’Eliseo store by Alberto Apostoli Studio, Verona – Italy

October 6th, 2011

When it comes to creating an Italian fashion store based on a company’s overall communication strategy, things can get tricky. However, Alberto Apostoli Studio came up with a design that is both appealing and brand oriented.

Look Out Cafe by Design Spirits, Niseko Village

August 2nd, 2011

Japanese architect studio Design Spirits have designed a stylish ski bar in Niseko Village – a ski resort on the island of Hokkaido, Japan. The Niseko Look Out Café was originally built 28 years ago, but this will be its first ever renovation.