Posts Tagged ‘lively atmosphere’

Cafe Lani Bakery and Restaurant by Wanderlust+, Honolulu – Hawaii

December 28th, 2016

Using the significant ceiling height to its advantage, spatial depth and use of light was carefully planned. The open kitchen and bakery enticed customers with the smell of fresh baked goods and lively atmosphere. The floor plan went through numerous layouts to maintain visual interest, maximize seating count, and support operational function.

Shinagawa Highball Bar by DESIGN STUDIO CROW, Tokyo – Japan

November 23rd, 2016

From the rounded entrance the bustling atmosphere of interior can spill out onto the street. The L-shaped highball serving counter and whiskey bottle display takes inspiration from street stalls.

Golden Harvest Fanling cinema by ARTTA Concept Studio, Hong Kong

August 15th, 2016

Neustar offie by STUDIOS Architecture, San Francisco – California

June 16th, 2016

An anodized aluminum art piece serves as a scrim between stacked conference rooms and the stair, allowing for a sense of privacy without blocking views in or out.

Pasta B restaurant by Garde Italy, Milan – Italy

May 5th, 2016

On the interior wall, overlapping wooden boards of rough texture are placed, creating an ambience of an alley. The wall penetrates the ground floor and the B1 floor, giving a unified sense in the design.

Smart Digital Office by IONDESIGN, Berlin – Germany

April 19th, 2016

Golden Harvest Cinema by ARTTA Concept Studio, Hong Kong

February 4th, 2016

The main feature that creates this cinematic atmosphere is the triangle metal bars on the ceiling in the lobby and gourmet concierge.

Afternoon Tea LIVING Store by HEADSTARTS, Tokyo – Japan

February 8th, 2015

A shop for Afternoon Tea LIVING, a brand with over 30 years of history and brand recognition, has been reborn as a lovely attic apartment in Tokyo’s Tamagawa Takashimaya Shopping Center.

Sushicafé Avenida by Saraiva + Asociados, Lisbon

November 30th, 2011

In April 2011 the most recent Japanese restaurant opened in Lisbon. Created by the Architecture Practice “Saraiva + Associados”, the aim of this design was to reflect different facets of Japanese culture. The thought was to surprise the clientele by letting them discover new textures, new colours and new scents in every step they take or even in every visit they make.

24 Issey Miyake store by Moment Design, Hakata

September 5th, 2011

The 24 Issey Miyake store is conceived by moment design’s Hisaaki Hirawata and Tomohiro Watabe and located in Hakata, Japan. This store is to stimulate the shopping experience in a store. The bright colors attracts customer’s attraction against a simple white background at the store. There are bright lights which causes the clothes to “glow” and creates a lively atmosphere for the shoppers.