Posts Tagged ‘ireland’

Airbnb Office by Heneghan Peng Architects and Airbnb Environments Team, Dublin – Ireland

March 28th, 2017

The new space has been designed to cultivate collaboration, interaction and a sense of community. This is the first time that Airbnb has been able to pre-determine the architectural layout of an interior space. The Warehouse had fallen into disrepair before Airbnb reinvented the entire space by designing distinctive structural elements including a dramatic cascading staircase.

Slack’s European headquarters by ODOS Architects, Dublin – Ireland

February 3rd, 2017

Slack branding is kept minimal, with one company logo branded into wood panels by the lift and another lettered in black behind the reception. “The fit-out expresses the company’s desired aesthetic rather than an explicit use of corporate colours and logos,” said ODOS Architects.

“Ireland” ceramic lamp by B.Lux and Stone Designs

October 29th, 2016

The Ireland is a three-colour suspension lamp consisting of three independent lighting bodies whose height can be individually adjusted. Its deconstruction of the traditional shade is its defining feature.

I3PT Certification office by DUA, Dublin – Ireland

August 7th, 2016

Each module is an right-angled isosceles triangle built out of hot-rolled mild steel. These are supported on three triangular legs, which converge at a central point. The table can be arranged in a multitude of organisations and sizes dependent on the event or meeting.

Viccarbe furniture at Hostelworld office, Dublin – Ireland

July 9th, 2016

The project consists of an open plan office where work stations, break-out areas and a fully functional kitchen are combined to create a space of laid back efficiency, a millennial work environment where Viccarbe’s furniture sets the tone.

Prothena Biosciences office by Think Contemporary, Dublin – Ireland

June 7th, 2016

Having the workspace located at the centre of the design allowed for all nine of the private office pod’s to be positioned around the perimeter – providing pod user’s with natural daylight and creating a visual flow throughout the entire office.

Paddy Power office by ThirdWay Interiors, London – UK

May 16th, 2016

The 6 foot horse cantilevered on one hoof jumping through the reception into the boardroom is the memorable impression that Paddy Power are always looking to make.

CarTrawler canteen by The Building Consultancy, Dublin – Ireland

April 30th, 2016

The Building Consultancy made use of the exposed concrete ceiling and created a compelling urban space. The final result is a combination of striking geometric accents, with a fresh palette and natural elements. Local street artist James Earley, was commissioned to produce the bespoke artwork.

Kitchen Accessories Limited showroom by Storebest, Dublin – Ireland

March 30th, 2016

The main challenge for Storebest was to create a look that communicated contemporary style, while enhancing the goods on offer visually.
A neutral palette was chosen, with specialist shopfitting and LED lighting features included throughout.

Platform 61 restaurant by DUA, Dublin – Ireland

February 10th, 2016

With brass dominating the interior, all other elements would simply act as a backdrop. Thus the original interior was stripped back to the core exposing the existing stone walls and concrete floors.

Centra concept store by Household, Limerick – Ireland

January 27th, 2016

The Good Kitchen’s branding is designed to be synonymous with delicious meals eaten right there in-store. With this new sub-branding rolled out across serving elements, digital menus and packaging, the result is a branded food experience with an inviting tone of voice that makes it totally irresistible.

Warehouse Windows by Emma Fearne, London – UK

October 22nd, 2015



Warehouse is pleased to announce the winner of 2015’s Visual Merchandising project in association with London College of Fashion, as Emma Fearne.

Nowhere​ Store by abgc, Dublin​ – Ireland

July 10th, 2015



Nowhere is Somewhere. Interior Design Concepts. Winter 2014.

Zendesk office by Blitz, Dublin – Ireland

December 29th, 2014

The Danish concept of “hygge,” or coziness, also manifests in the wrapping form of the entry. A simple palette of crisp white and soft wood, with minimal insertions of the color green, reflects Zendesk’s brand standards of beauty and simplicity.

Dunne & Crescenzi Italian restaurant by Ghinlon, Kildare – Ireland

May 23rd, 2014

Once a large open space, the design aimed to create a number of different dining experiences, by way of judicious forming of more intimate spaces, to include two church like naves. An inserted cube form provides a more secluded internalized environment.

Airbnb office by Heneghan Peng, Dublin – Ireland

May 1st, 2014

At the back of the work area there is a stepped structure that serves as a meeting area, as well as an informal, casual zone for conversation and more laid back work. At the center of the office is Heneghan Peng’s contribution to the pavilion of Ireland’s 2012 contribution to the venice biennale.

Bear Market Coffee by Vav Architects, Dublin – Ireland

January 7th, 2014

The concept for the design was to explore and question materiality, test the qualities of everyday materials and techniques available, while at the same time creating something unique and totally distinctive.

Parfumarija boutique by 21Spaces, Dublin – Ireland

November 12th, 2013

Parfumarija is Ireland’s first Niche boutique dedicated to exclusive perfume and colognes designed by 21 Spaces retail designers. Located in the Westbury Mall adjacent to Ireland’s premier shopping district Grafton street. The store also doubles up as a atelier for the proprietor Ms Marija Aslimoska a skilled perfumer.

Butlers Chocolate Cafes by 21 Spaces, Dublin – Ireland

November 1st, 2013

Located within the concourse the design brief was to lift the mood of the grey tone environment by creating a jewel to engage potential customers. The design of this complex unit which retails Chocolate (both packed & loose) and operates as a Cafe was given an organic but considered flow.

Louis Copeland & Sons store by Jennings design studio & Helen Turkington, Dublin – Ireland

July 17th, 2013

The ceilings were were high in the front part of the store, so in order to get more storage we added a conveyor system. The system is hidden from the public, but stores up to 600 hanging garments.