Posts Tagged ‘frontage’

Toymate toy store by Creative 9, Sydney – Australia

February 15th, 2016

Suspended from the main ceiling, this rainbow portal speaks of the statement of entrance, welcoming shoppers of all age to explore more into the store.

The Little Man Café by WALA – Weian Lim Architects, Melbourne – Australia

April 13th, 2015

WALA (aka Weian Lim Architects) have transformed a vacant, rundown old post office into The Little Man Cafe, a bright and relaxed space in Seddon, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia.

Ferrari store by Iosa Ghini Associates, Madrid

December 4th, 2012

One of the main aims of the new Store restyling concept was to create a display space made from flexible steel displays: the option to reposition the floors means that a variety of display configurations are now possible in accordance with the requirements of the merchandise.

JD store by Briggs Hillier, Birmingham

November 20th, 2012

Complementing the bespoke architectural features of the space, the dramatic new entrance leads into the men’s ground floor ‘King of Trainers’. This is complimented by an impressive first floor window display extending the full frontage with ‘open’ sections to bring natural light and a feeling of openness to the space.

Nando’s Restaurant by Blacksheep, Ashford

September 9th, 2012

The brief was to design a concept space that steered the client away from the traditional Nando’s design and put a Blacksheep signature style and twist on the well known and loved chicken restaurant. The client wanted to attract a more mid market customer base and move away from a mass market centred business structure.

Jégbüfé NumberNowDesign & Ábris Gryllus, Budapest

May 15th, 2012

Jégbüfé (Ice Buffet) is a still living notion among the inhabitants of Budapest since 1952, when it was opened on the Square of the Franciscans. It is quite well-known; moreover it radiates the atmosphere of the great 50th’s.

Stella Cadente concept store by Atelier du Pont, Paris

May 4th, 2012

Clothed in glass from top to toe, the boutique stands out from the sober lines of the Boulevard Beaumarchais due to its gilded metal frontage. This new Parisian space breaks with the conventions of usual stores. Inside it is cylindrical, broken into two ellipses.

PHARMACIES! Placebo pharmacy by KLab Architecture, Athens

April 6th, 2012

The design process for this large (600m2) supra-local pharmacy forced us to shift our viewpoint and come up with a virtual building—a placebo pharmacy. The octagonal shape of the existing structure was re-formed into a cylinder in order to create a spiral which seeks to converse with the rapid motion on Vouliagmenis Avenue, the urban artery on which the building stands.

Atrium by Studio RHE, London

September 9th, 2011

For the last twenty years, Atrium has been located in the base of the Centrepoint tower, the iconic building that once held the title of the tallest building in London. Recently Atrium has made a professional move away from modern furniture supply to selling the finest lighting products – a move that needed both explanation and celebration.

Casanueva Pharmacy by Clavel Arquitectos, Murcia – Spain

September 8th, 2011

Over the past few years, the concept of the chemist’s has changed in accordance with the changes in the laws that regulate the activity. Apart from the health service provided by the chemist, new concepts such as “added value”, “concurrence” and “visualization” have become part of the services offered.