Posts Tagged ‘floor space’

Hiya office by Csiszér Design, Budapest – Hungary

March 6th, 2018

The glass doors, with visual circuit pattern, make the reception open-plan with the rest of the office. By knocking down the wall and removing the old ceiling, the size of the floor space almost doubled and light came flooding in. We designed stray lights and adjustable lights, so the ceiling reflects light which creates the illusion of greater depth.

Fish Restaurants! George’s Tradition Fish & Chips by Philip Watts Design, London – UK

April 1st, 2016

The two floor space with 120 covers features a ground floor storefront for take-away orders and a gin bar, while the upstairs kid-friendly space boasts a series of small beach huts where the fish and chips are served in buckets with a sand shovels.

Valentino Boutique, Bangkok – Thailand

January 5th, 2016

A new Valentino Bangkok boutique has opened in the upmarket Emquartier shopping centre on Sukhumvit.

van Willegen Jewelry by WSB Interieurbouw, Rotterdam – Netherlands

December 5th, 2015

All impressions and wishes were presented to the interior designers of WSB. Repeatedly the sparring team of WSB put the jewellers couple with both feet on the ground by saying ‘’You are no five star hotels, you are a five star jewellery store‘’.

Rose Biketown Store by Blocher Blocher Partners at MONA Mall, Munich – Germany

June 4th, 2015

This space combines the strengths of a mail-order retailer with the advantages of a storefront.

Phantom – Restaurant of the Garnier Opera by Odile Decq & Benoît Cornette, Paris

March 18th, 2012

Creating a new space in the Opera Garnier meant following strict guidelines concerning the historical character of the monument: in order to ensure the possibility of completely removing the project without damage to the existing structure, we were not allowed to touch any of the walls, the pillars, or the ceiling.

Karine Arabian boutique by Joseph Grappin, Paris

February 14th, 2012

Classically Parisian in style, the boutique now features a façade with lovingly restored mouldings and an authentic herringbone oak parquet floor. The redesigned space is home to an innovative display system for shoes and other leather goods, conceived in the form of modules that are then tailored to specific sections of the space.

Joyce – The Lee Gardens by CASE-REAL, Hong Kong

December 27th, 2011

Drawing from the diverse context of Hong Kong, the design was influenced by the notion of ‘unintentionally formed urban space’; a microcosm that is found all throughout the city. The unconventionally-shaped floor plan of the shop was condensed and reduced into a three-dimensional volume that tapers and curves to mirror the natural flow of the space.

Topman General store, London

October 27th, 2011

Furnished with some personal artifacts and customized in-house displays, the store is crowded with temporary art installations, frequent fashion and event updates. Housed in this two-floor space will be selected core pieces from Topman, Topman Design, Topman LTD, along with seasonal collaborations and limited edition art pieces.

The Kith Café by Hjgher, Singapore

July 11th, 2011

The concept which the cafe takes is inspired by the simple phrase from the Japanese film, Be With You. It is translates into “Would you care to have a coffee break with me sometimes?” a plain and sincere question which has the power to turn the strangers into kith and kin.

Ferrari Store by Massimo Iosa Ghini, Milan

June 30th, 2011

This elegant conceptual futurism is underscored by the sense of movement induced with modern multimedia, creating at once a space that evokes the fluid lines and forceful dynamism of the Ferrari racecar.

Jewelry Mayrhofer by Xarchitekten, Linz

June 15th, 2011

Interesting interior designed by xarchitekten from Austria, they create a shop for jewelry shop that simulate the feeling of exploring the treasure chests. The most interesting trends in the design of shops are concerned with the coherence of the products and their environment – thus the space in which they are presented.