Posts Tagged ‘interior’

Aesop store by Snøhetta, Oslo – Norway

December 18th, 2014

The interior has been reshaped most dramatically where there was most freedom to do so – on the ceiling plane. Here, a traditional form reminiscent of Orthodox churches and monasteries has been contemporized in ten imposing, intersecting domes, finished with matte gypsum plaster to accentuate their varying proportions.

Palais des Thés boutiques by Ova Design, Paris – France

December 16th, 2014

The agency thus created a made-to-measure retail concept for the brand, which was aiming to make the in-store experience more in harmony with its philosophy regarding tea: stimulating the senses of curious visitors or connoisseurs through scent, making it fun to discover new teas thanks to merchandising, and promoting the redesigned products.

25hours Hotel by Alfredo Häberli Design Development, Zurich West – Switzerland

December 9th, 2014

The 25hours Hotel Zurich West was developed with the team of Alfredo Häberli Design Development. The Zurich designer with Argentinian roots was born in 1964 and was named Designer of the Year by Architektur & Wohnen magazine in 2009. He is responsible for countless designs for internationally famous brands like Camper, Iittala, Kvadrat, Luceplan, Georg Jensen, Vitra and Moroso.

espace d retail boutique by OMB, Vancouver – Canada

December 7th, 2014

The simple design removes interior partitions and introduces a new ceiling creating an open and flexible retail space. The clarity of the space, use of high quality materials creates a clean backdrop for the objects on display.

Barbecoa restaurant by Design Research Studio, London – UK

November 26th, 2014

The interior concept for this restaurant originates from the menu, which embraces traditional cooking methods without the use of gas. Located in the heart of the City of London, the interior concept for this restaurant originates from the menu, which embraces traditional cooking methods without the use of gas.

FRAME store by i29 architects, Amsterdam – Netherlands

November 23rd, 2014

Flexibility and being able to change the display identity completely was the main focus. Thus, the space offers a three-dimensional experience of the magazine – a creative and innovative world that surprises and invites exploration. Working within this context, the studio proposed a radical concept: two shops in one with the coexistence of contradictory atmospheres.

Kocka Bar by Minusplus, Budapest – Hungary

November 13th, 2014

Counterpointing the spatial variety, the uniform concrete surfaces and the black steel staircases create integration and clarity in the interior. Lacking additional decorative elements only the custom made counters, furniture and lighting fixtures respond to this modesty with their unusual materials, colourful surfaces and sometimes surreal atmosphere.

Denim Bar Denham store, Amsterdam – Netherlands

November 13th, 2014

Jason Denham’s admiration for Japanese culture is still obvious but manifests in different ways, most notably in suspended antique yoga bars that help display beautiful vintage props from the denim archive.

Silo zero-waste restaurant, bakery, café by Baines&Fricker, Brighton – UK

November 3rd, 2014

Baines&Fricker have recently completed an ethical and functional interior for Silo – the UK’s first zero-waste restaurant. Based in Brighton, Silo describes itself as a pre-industrial food system that generates zero waste.

Alroy, Manor, Englard office by Hagai Nagar Architects, Ramat Gan – Israel

October 7th, 2014

The spaciousness and sense of openness however allows a dense occupation of the space plan; The refined, natural materials and strategic combination of architectural features – including glass partitions at all offices, soft indirect lighting and clear corridors – create airy volumes that blur the distinction between interior and perimeter space.

Multifunctional modules by ODDA

October 1st, 2014

A single module in each houses all of the necessary facilities including a bed, office, bathroom, kitchenette and storage space. In addition, a pair of double-height duplex units accommodate two of the modules, stacked one above the other, with the higher box resting on a structural beam that crosses the space.

Aspen Art Museum by Shigeru Ban Architects, Aspen – Colorado

September 13th, 2014

The exterior Woven Wood Screen is made of the composite material Prodema—an amalgam of paper and resin encased within a dual-sided wood veneer.

Zola fashion store by Judith van Mourik, Rotterdam – Netherlands

September 10th, 2014

Zola juxtaposes masculine and feminine elements. Exposed brickwork, timber and steel frames are used throughout in contrast to softer elements like pink curtains and copper light fittings.

Volkswagen Center by hell und freundlich, Dortmund – Germany

August 20th, 2014

We focussed on the customer navigation and orientation. With the creation of a new entrance, which is well visible from the property entrance and the parking places, we communicate a true new “Welcome” with clear guidance.

Transport and Logistic Company Office building by 4PLIUS Architects, Kaunas – Lithuania

August 20th, 2014

Companies‘ brand colours were used in the interior, a soothing white colour dominates in the work areas, while a combination of green glass, light-brown wood and black were chosen for the common areas.

The Bugatti Legend “Ettore Bugatti”

August 15th, 2014

The legend’s design is dedicated to Ettore Bugatti’s passion for the unusual in automobile construction.

Philips – BrandCube – Mobile Brand presentation by sbp, Germany

August 7th, 2014

The entire module, in form of a cube with its 36 square meters floor area, is a meandering shaped passage that has a welcoming entrance gate, movie room, fascinating light mirror tunnel, as well as a bright and friendly communication area including an entertaining photo booth.

Mulberry store by Universal Design Studio, Edinburgh – UK

July 28th, 2014

Shelves have dovetail junctions and curved undersides with inset lighting, emphasising Mulberry’s dedication to craftsmanship. Natural materials like timber, limestone and brass provide tactility and warmth – the brass motif throughout the store is an homage to one of Mulberry’s signature materials, while the use of oak is a subtle link to the brand’s rural English origins.

NO WÓDKA concept store by KONTENT, Berlin – Germany

July 22nd, 2014

Steel scaffold beams create a large framework in the rear space, which utilizes the volume of the shops interior. Vertical tubes transfer the entire mass of the structure to the ground where they rest on square base plates to spread the load.

FLAGSHIP STORES! Alessi flagship store by Asymptote Architecture, New York City

July 16th, 2014

Integrated with the faceted geometry of the walls and ceiling, ‘bands of light’ are spaced at regular intervals throughout the store and function primarily as spatial thresholds between one interior module and the next.