Posts Tagged ‘floors’

Polak Building by Paul de Ruiter Architects, Rotterdam – Netherlands

January 4th, 2017

The outfitting is playful and unconventional. The strip of wood separating the meeting area near the atrium from the walking routes is multifunctional. Along its length, this structure transitions from being part of the floor, to convenient seating, and even into functional work desks.

Full Metal Jacket by 9cm, Seoul – South Korea

December 12th, 2016

Removing roof to make outside space each floor for connecting all the floors from ground to roof garden which allows to use whole building to be used at once. And also, the walls inside and facing outside space were demolished to link inside and outside.

Gazeta.ru News Agency Office by Nefa Architects, Moscow – Russia

November 18th, 2016

Architects decided to show the scope of information the agency reported using only one color- White. Graphic black accents on the floors and windows create an image of a newspaper page or an information web-site. The interior is made up mostly with custom furniture produced in local workshops according to the architects` sketches.

Jigsaw St James’s Market store by Dalziel & Pow, London – UK

November 2nd, 2016

Fitting the store’s affluent positioning, there will be a high level of service. This includes a large glass wrapped cash desk that accentuates the terrazzo within, complemented by a grand iridescent backdrop that connects the two floors.

Louverwall café by AND, Paju – South Korea

October 3rd, 2016

The louvres cover a glazed wall that faces out onto the street in the city of Paju and curves over at one corner to form the roof of the building.

Whil headquarters HGA Architects and Engineers, San Francisco – California

September 13th, 2016

Skylights were cut into the ceiling to increase the amount of natural light and collaboration furniture was incorporated throughout the space to promote a feeling of connectedness and comfort.

Fanouraki Aikaterini Pharmacy by Artico, Rhodes – Greece

September 13th, 2016

It is a space with simple forms, with beautiful illumination, that helps the clients and the staff for their functional service, ensuring a special luxury feeling in the space.

Avast office by VRTIŠKA • ŽÁK, Prague – Czech Republic

September 8th, 2016

These are semi-open offices, which are on each floor decorated in different materials such as wood, steel, cement board (CETRIS), expanded, or cork.

Jam hotel by Lionel Jadot, Brussels – Belgium

August 25th, 2016

Throughout the premises an infusion of pinewood can be witnessed, applied as a decorative element or in pure functional form, softening any excess of austerity along the way.

Shutts & Bowen offices by ASD|SKY, Miami – Florida

August 22nd, 2016

All of the surrounding conference rooms have glass fronts showcasing the spectacular views of the bay. One of the key features in the space is the back-lit onyx wall connecting all three floors.

The Student Hotel by …,staat, Groningen – Netherlands

August 17th, 2016

The hotel’s facilities seamlessly complement its primary objective, and includes workspaces, a library, and a game area where to chill, play, or get some work done.

Lord Aeck Sargent offices, Atlanta – Georgia

August 16th, 2016

Each corner of the square floor plan is occupied by conference rooms and other special spaces including a large training room and resource library. Eight conference rooms offer full audio visual and video conferencing capabilities for communication with the firm’s other offices, clients and consultants.

Christian Louboutin store by Household, Toronto – Canada

August 12th, 2016

A central forest clearing heroes key products in illuminated niches, with antique brass branches extending to the ceiling. Additional antique brass fretwork screens encircle the plinth, mimicking the off-white ‘trees’ and segmenting the space to create the feeling of a forest glade.

Pernod Ricard offices by Creative Spaces, Auckland – New Zealand

August 11th, 2016

Careful consideration was given to the acoustics, knowing that floor shared two common atriums and had very few walls. Quilted fabric wraps the partition behind reception and hanging baffles visually lead people through the space whilst providing a secondary sound absorber.

Brioni flagship store by David Chipperfield Architects, Paris – France

August 10th, 2016

The new design presents an open and uncluttered space clad in grey travertine that’s offset by contrasting pillars in green marble, dark-hued furniture, and sleek floor-to-ceiling shelving, while a meandering mesh partition adds a slight industrial touch to the setting.

Pro Fitness Gymnasium by Studio Ardete, Kurukshetra – India

August 8th, 2016

Black mirrors have been used throughout the interiors to give an illusion of space and add an element of depth to it. They give the design a certain character and unite the elements into one cohesive whole.

Papa’s Youth Hostel by He Wei, Lishui – China

July 29th, 2016

The “rooms within rooms” is the rooms that can “walk”. There is a set of universal wheels under the structure plate, young people can move the mobile structures and reconstruct space.

Andronikos Hotel by KLab, Santorini – Greece

July 27th, 2016

For headboards and closet doors, KLab used local woods perforated with patterns. Sofas and beds in organic, rounded shapes were custom built.

Dover Street Market, London – UK

July 26th, 2016

Each level aligns with a theme, with the Kawakubo-conceived Iconic Dover Street Hut welcoming customers at the entry level, a gold-plated first floor, a second floor with a ‘Metal Dinosaur’ and black and white cut-out shapes filling the third.

GS flagship store by Joseph Barakat Architects, Beirut – Lebanon

July 26th, 2016

Using smart and simple shifts in material, lighting and mood, the design provides each of the store’s four floors with its own distinct aesthetic, while maintaining a sense of visual unity throughout.