Posts Tagged ‘main entrance’

National Space Centre Revamp by Mynt Design at National Space Centre, Leicester – UK

September 5th, 2015



The aim of the project was to increase the level of visitor excitement and wonder to the main entrance and front-of-house area of the National Space Centre.

Prointel Offices by AGi architects, Madrid – Spain

August 5th, 2015



The refurbishment and renovation of Prointel offices, the first independent TV production company founded in Spain in 1970 by Chicho Ibáñez Serrador, has been a creative overhaul which included a corporate identity renewal.

Russia Pavilion by SPEECH at Milan Expo 2015, Milan – Italy

May 21st, 2015

Located on the EXPO’s main street Decumano, the Russian pavilion is a 3,260 square meter building.

ARTificial Nature installation by Office339 & PRISM DESIGN, Shanghai – China

February 3rd, 2015

“ARTificial Garden” of Curation by Kenta Torimoto (Office339) is a group exhibition held in celebration of the sixth anniversary of the Shanghai World Financial Center.

Siemens stand at ASTRO 2014 by Catalyst, San Francisco – California

October 23rd, 2014

Angled toward the main entrance, two juxtaposed forms create a focal point for three featured Siemens products. The dominant form, an open forced-perspective frame wraps around and creates a defined stage for the equipment, while the second intersecting form creates a presentation space using a seamless LED screen as a backdrop.

Lux 11 design hotel by Giuliana Salmaso & Claudio Silvestrin, Berlin

September 18th, 2013

Light, minimalist color scheme offers travelers a cool, modern ambience, yet touches of tactile abundance and luxury can be found everywhere – even the curtains are done in soft beige suede and the upholstery in rough canvas.

TreeHaus eatery by UnSPACE, New York

July 2nd, 2013

TreeHaus is a specialty eatery where customers are able to taste famous chefs’ food and sample verities in one vast place. The idea was to create an open space where food, art, and found objects coexist. From the outside, there is no visible sign of food. What you see are just a few large visual objects scattered throughout.

Lordelo pharmacy by José Carlos Cruz, Vila Real – Portugal

December 27th, 2012

In the absence of external references, it was chosen to create a building with an abstract and neutral character, reinforced by the absence of openings. With oval shape footprint, the two floors are fully aluminium coated corrugated and perforated. The only direct opening to the outside is the main entrance that gives access to the sales area.

Hotel Reykjavik Marina by THG Architects, Reykjavik

November 30th, 2012

The design is a mixture of modern design mixed with vintage items and antiques from the surrounding of the Dry Dock and Icelandic design. Essentially the roughness is mixed with the finesse and the result is a quirky, colorful and fun design.

Yandex Office by za bor Architects, Kazan – Russia

October 30th, 2012

To make the working areas more comfortable, the lighting estimations have been made, to correctly organize lighting, and the ceilings have been sheeted with Ecophon acoustic panels, which have sound-absorbing qualities.

CAFES! Cafe April by Ryntovt Design, Moscow

August 31st, 2012

A new frame-structured 5×20 meters building was constructed in between two existing brick buildings. This allowed for the interiors to be open for viewing from the street. Erected in 4 weeks the building was constructed with metal structures prepared beforehand.

Hermès flagship store by RDAI, Geneva

April 26th, 2012

Last November a new Hermès flagship store opened in Geneva, Switzerland. The seven-storey building, built by Marc-Joseph Saugey in 1946, rises on Guisan General’s bank on the lakeside at the corner of Rhone and Robert Céard street.

Minacciolo showroom by Silvio Stefani, Treviso

March 1st, 2012

Designed by architect Silvio Stefani, Minacciolo’s brand-new showroom at Treviso – which took fifteen months to be completed – is the name for one emotional path covering an area exceeding 1,200 square metres.

Prada Nagoya Tower by Baciocchi & Associati, Nagoya

December 2nd, 2011

Prada opens a new store in Nagoya, Japan inside the city’s Nagoya Tower. The new space houses the Prada collections of ready-to-wear, bags, accessories, and footwear for both women and men, as well as certain limited-edition products created especially for the store opening. These include the patent leather ‘Yo-Yo Bag’ in an exclusive black and blush colour-way.

Manolo Blahnik store by Data Nature Associates, Moscow

July 29th, 2011

Manolo introduces contrast with his new store in Moscow. The romantic yet rustic Dacha cottage architecture is revisited here through the ebonized vertical wood clad interiors. This texture is complemented by the white delicateness of lace captured in the laser cut Corian panels enclosing the 15m runway-like entrance.