Posts Tagged ‘Manhattan’

Chelsea pied-à-terre with bespoke furniture by Ghiora Aharoni Design Studio, Manhattan – New York

September 20th, 2016

To transform the one-bedroom apartment, Ghiora Aharoni removed the partition walls to create an open-plan space that is instead divided up with built-in furniture.

MANHATTAN integrated bathtub – washbasin system by Makro Design

May 24th, 2016

MANHATTAN is the new integrated bathtub – washbasin system for the bathroom in grey ecocement, characterized by a clear and rigorous geometric sign with dark nuances and displaying an innovative console in smoked oak with a soft and fluid shape, perfectly integrated in a balanced contrast of colors and materials.

HUGO BOSS Press Day October 2015 by RTOO worldwide, New York City

February 11th, 2016

Crisp colors and clean finishes, using satin finished plywood as a base layer to then taping technique to separate different sections of pedestals to receive different colors.

Coach Wild Things! windows by RTOO worldwide, New York City

February 10th, 2016

The inner layer is resin sculpted by artist Veronica Gallinger and was then multiplied by producing molds. We then applied layers of Felt and chromed partially the resin component.

Coach Lantern windows by RTOO worldwide, New York City

February 9th, 2016

Lanterns were lit and hat the flair and style of Manhattan street signs and lanterns. All elements were first made by wood with the CnC, then a mold was created to go into roll out.

Vince Camuto Showroom by Sergio Mannino, New York City

August 14th, 2015

A mirrored display unit anchors the conference area. It is adorned with the brand’s distinctive crest and is punctured by deep recesses- handbags and eye wear are suspended within the showroom’s reflection.

Please Touch the Art – “Labyrinth NY” Installation by Jeppe Heine in Brooklyn, New York City

May 29th, 2015

For the next year, visitors at New York’s Brooklyn Bridge Park will have the chance to interact with “Please Touch the Art”, an exhibition of works by Danish artist Jeppe Hein.

Sopra Mediterranean restaurant by Mapos, New York City

October 13th, 2014

Dario Gimenez (of Bushwick) fabricated the custom furniture from reclaimed wood provided by M. Fine Lumber Company (of Brooklyn), lighting was sourced from Rich Brilliant and Willing in Gowanus, and custom steel work for the lighting and façade was done in Lower Manhattan.

Proenza Schouler flagship store by Adjaye Associates, New York

January 8th, 2013

Lighting fixtures hidden within the architectural details lead visitors through a space enveloped in dark wood, past a stairwell that serves as a “palate cleanser,” and into a space finished with textured pre-cast concrete.

Van de Velde Showroom by LABscape Architecture, New York

August 18th, 2012

The showroom for Belgian lingerie firm “Van De Velde” opened its doors in March 2010 at the high pedestrian traffic intersection between Madison Avenue and 33rd Street, on the first floor of a historic building, in New York.

BICYCLE STORES! 718 Cyclery, Brooklyn

August 13th, 2012

Among the many bike shops in Manhattan and Brooklyn, 718 Cyclery stands out for its unique approach to doing business. The start-up, founded four years ago by Joe Nocella, is what could be described as an ‘inverted’ bike shop. That doesn’t mean 718 Cyclery sells upsidedown or backwards bikes, rather the whole bicycle creation process has been ‘inverted’.

Marimekko flagship store by Studios Architecture, New York

May 21st, 2012

Marimekko, the Finnish fashion and lifestyle brand, recently established its own flagship store in the former at 200 Fifth Avenue in the Flatiron neighborhood of Manhattan. STUDIOS completed renovations at 200 Fifth in 2010 and acted as Architect of Record to Japanese architectural firm IMA, in cooperation with Marimekko’s internal design team.

Apple store – Grand Central, New York

December 17th, 2011

Having successfully completed global domination, Apple returns to New York to open its fifth Manhattan store at the legendary Grand Central station.

Gucci flagship store 5th Avenue, New York

June 28th, 2011

A towering glass edifice in the heart of Manhattan, Gucci’s newest New York store is a grand architectural endeavour that has become a global shopping destination. Situated at 725 5th Avenue, the store covers an area of 46,000 square feet gross that spans three spacious, warm, light-infused floors. Impressive in both size and scope, this new flagship is the world’s largest Gucci store. It is a true original within the Italian luxury brand’s expansive retail network.

D’espresso Cafe, Manhattan

May 3rd, 2011

Nema Workshop have completed the interior design for a small cafe in New York City, where they took the concept of a library and turned it sideways. Located on Madison Avenue, the espresso bar conceptually and literally turns a normal room sideways, creating a striking identity for the emerging brand.