Posts Tagged ‘interior’

FrieslandCampina Innovation Centre by Fokkema&Partners, Wageningen – Netherlands

April 15th, 2014

The building unites three main functions: a large pilot plant, offices and laboratories. They are connected by transparent walkways and an atrium. A main axis provides views on the characteristic elements of the Innovation Centre such as the pilot plant, the atrium and the University campus.

Il Duomo coffee shop – bar by AAIMM, Lleida – Spain

April 14th, 2014

The project recovers the essence of traditional architecture and simple agricultural building of the past rural Catalonia; local and organic materials, warm and with textures, dodging the high-tech solutions and specializations at the expense of a traditional, simple spirit.

Camden Medical Centre by Kyoob-id, Singapore

April 12th, 2014

Organic, fluid forms characterise the design from carpentry to loose furniture. In addition, special care for recuperating, waiting patients in terms of bum seating — ergonomic seating with hand rests — as well as priority seating are provided.

Le Secret des Rôtisseurs restaurant by designLSM, London

April 10th, 2014

Located in Canary Wharf, London, Le Secret des Rôtisseurs restaurant is rooted in a French roasting heritage that dates back to 1248. Their bespoke rôtissoires are traditional to France, but new to the UK.

Stadhuis public service area by Fokkema & Partners, Almere – Netherlands

April 7th, 2014

The choice was made to show the bare concrete structure, revealing original details such as the golden tiles on the columns. New architectural elements, such as the entrance front, the white corian public counters and the meeting rooms materialized in bamboo, have been carefully positioned and were integrated with the original architecture.

Baya Park sales office by Planet 3 Studios, Mumbai – India

April 6th, 2014

Baya weaver birds make exquisitely complex nests and the brand name and identity borrow from the iconographic imagery that is associated with the birds and their nests. Our key idea was to build a sculptural, dynamic, fluid form that evokes t he Baya nest in an outscaled way.

BACKSTAGE café bar by Think Forward, Burgas – Bulgaria

April 3rd, 2014

The inspiration for the project comes from the space that truly captivates the artistic spirit – the backstage. Think Forward receives carte blanche to create a total concept of the café-bar – from its name to the table prints.

Google office by D/DOCK, Amsterdam – Netherlands

March 29th, 2014

The renewed interior by dutch studio D/DOCK has been conceived off of the garage where Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin started the company, boasting quirky elements such as graffiti walls, cardboard box lights and a container wall in the 70-seater auditorium (referred to as tech talk), integrated into the existing space to illustrate its birth period.

Dardenia Fish + Sushi by Alataş, Istanbul – Turkey

March 26th, 2014

The main interior is minimal and sanitized, yet warmed up by the wooden tables and service desks. Other functional elements, such as a reverse-tripod coat rack or a bait-like magazine hanger, provide hints of playfulness.

LINGERIE STORES! Robinsons boutique at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

March 26th, 2014

With its feminine pink running in the middle of the boutique, it gives the shopper a rather focal point, and that is where the manequins with the latest collection are, a simply intelligent design!

Hermès flagship store, Milan – Italy

March 21st, 2014

The ground floor features special flooring in terrazzo encrusted with glistening St.-Louis crystals, and it’s here where the men’s ready-to-wear and accessories collections are presented. A beautifully undulating staircase in Venetian stucco leads to the second floor which is dedicated to the Hermès jewellery and watch collection.

Lionel Sonkes Lunetterie by Nicolas Schuybroek Architects & Marc Merckx, Brussels

March 19th, 2014

Wood is also ever-present, firstly, in a grey-white brushed oak for the wall coverings and then in the reclaimed grey oak laid down in a herringbone pattern, while leather and bronze in dark hues were introduced in order to lend the space a somewhat more masculine character.

Euroshop Düsseldorf 2014 – Ganter Interior

March 17th, 2014

Ganter Interior creates the scene for rooms according to individual brand, commercial, and company concepts – worldwide, according to the highest functional standards and at a brilliant design standard.

HAIR SALONS! knothair hair salon by ninkipen!, Kyoto – Japan

March 15th, 2014

knothair hair salon by ninkipen!, Kyoto – Japan

Éclectic restaurant by Tom Dixon, Paris – France

March 10th, 2014

The designers dedicated the interior to the superstar-material of brutalism: concrete. They used it in different textures from raw to waxed on the floor, walls and other interior elements. They teamed up with manufacturer and designer firms – such as Hungarian designer concrete company IVANKA – to create a professional background for the impressive design.

Yes, I know identity by Viewpoint

March 8th, 2014

Scandinavian Style is presented in combination of white brick background, contrast graphic and colorful stresses – quite turquoise, oxide orange and beige. Logotype with stitches and reversed “i” turned into exclamation mark becomes both impression element and brand sense basis.

Pimp Your Eyes Store by Lesha Galkin, Moscow – Russia

March 4th, 2014

The project is inspired by retro-futuristic dream of space traveling. Minimalistic, compact and at the same time functional interior is almost completely made of a single material: plywood. The interior is made out of 477 parts which are interconnected as a construction.

St Barth Collection BAR by Luis Pons Design Lab

March 1st, 2014

Minibar, Bottle cabinet & 2 drawers featuring mahogany finish interior over mahogany finish Platform with powder coated steel legs white & Vibrant color laquer finish with Panama Hat Woven inserts Leather Handles & Chrome hardware.

POP-UP STORES! Lunar pop-up store by ///byn, Shanghai – China

March 1st, 2014

This 114 cubic meter fractal ephemeral construction is the result of a 3dimensional aggregation of 20 modules of 5,7m3. Each module will contain a different product topic and the final aggregation system will be adjusted accordingly to each final location.

Shenzhen Deli by Linehouse, Shenzhen – China

February 27th, 2014

The lattice work lines all four walls of the deli’s interior, filtering natural light and views. Forming a double-layer screen, it also serves to display and hold chalkboard signage and an array of cookware, equipment and merchandise.