The stage is highlighted from above by a custom fabricated bronze metal mesh center piece and subtle hand painted moroccan patterns on four adjacent columns. The meticulously detailed multi-function storefront delivers a modern retail bazaar feel flanked with arabian canopies, decoration hand selected from Kashgar and modern display lighting.
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Materials reinforce the idea: the wall finish simulating grey bricks and the metal mesh panels offer a modern interpretation of architectural elements typical of Chinese interiors. Polished brass details, transparent reflective finishes, and wooden floorings complete the narrative.
The metal mesh bar counter and vintage leather stools act like a filter between the two environments. The essential and still rich furnishing in the dining area serves its purpose without interfering with the real protagonists of the design: food and art.
In the back room, specialty jewelry is highlighted at center display cases, flanked by dark wood cabinets with waterjet designs cut through their solid side panels.
Peris + Toral Arquitectes was tasked with creating a temporary venue to host an information point, an exhibition space for the regeneration project and a rental hub for electric bicycles.
At the ongoing Expo Milano 2015, Ecuador surges the scene with a vibrant pavilion which encapsulates Ecuador’s diverse cultures and landscapes. Nine metre tall façades are sheathed with a multicoloured membrane of hanging chains.
The central corridor alongside the metal mesh façade leads to the entrance into the shipping warehouse. A ceiling-high, mirrored cube, serving as a wardrobe and storage space in one, acts as an open space divider at the end of the open corridor.
A strong timber framework provides the skeleton of the design to both stands dividing the walls and giving placement and order to a variety of raw materials. A family of factory style trolleys and clever manipulation of surfaces such as oversized pegboards and mesh walls provide a quirky platform for display of merchandise and accessories.
In Tatsu Japanese Restaurant in InterContintntal Kuala Lumpur the traditional design is expressed in modern approach, natural materials are found in new realization. Amazing surrounding created with the aid of light reinforces dining experiences.
The Barceló Raval hotel wants to hide a big party behind a quiet icon. It is not in competition with the history of the place where it has been building neither with the existing facades. But the hotel wants to take part of that atmosphere and that story.
Upon entering, you are instantly struck by the stark and contemporary interior design, as Dabbous has been designed around a raw and uncompromising concept envisioned by owner, British Chef Oliver Dabbous, and realised by the interior design agency Brinkworth.
Sculptor Isamu Noguchi has inspired Blu Water Studio Designers to create a real Japanese enclave in the heart of bustling Kuala Lumpur. In Tatsu Japanese Restaurant in InterContinental Kuala Lumpur the traditional design is expressed in modern approach, natural materials are found in new realization. Amazing surrounding created with the aid of light reinforces dining experiences.