Posts Tagged ‘modernism’

Savour Dalang store by Co-Direction Interior Design, Dongguan – China

November 17th, 2016

In the design of Dalang store, designer creates all kinds of “illusive wall” by using mirror and transparent acrylic (glass). These walls might add function of display, or interactivity brought by the mirror reflection; which is a very nice try.

ASIAN BISTROS! BAOBAO by Ádám Bajor & Péter Szendrő, Budapest – Hungary

November 3rd, 2015

A traditional Hungarian block of flats meets with the image of the ad hoc Asian dumpling buffets, with a little bit of colonial architecture and with the resilient modernism of Asian metropolises.

Park Hotel Prague by Studio Gad, Prague – Czech Republic

June 24th, 2015



Dialog between historical modernism and this days modernism

Ways to Modernism: Josef Hoffmann, Adolf Loos, and Their Impact exhibition, Vienna – Austria

January 18th, 2015


Ways to Modernism: Josef Hoffmann, Adolf Loos, and Their Impact exhibition, Vienna – Austria

dinette bistro by BUCK.ARCHITEKCI, Wroclaw – Poland

March 5th, 2013

The design concept was based on idea of an informal dining room and focused on its characteristic elements: a large dining common table and a solid wooden cupboard, accompanied by marble kitchen island used as a bar and visible, semi- open kitchen.

Pisacco restaurant by Tiziano Vudafieri, Milan

October 17th, 2012

A walk down Via Solferino in Milano, Italy might lead one to pass by an unassuming restaurant front with a quaint, yet traditional dining space that effuses classic Italian modernism. Within Pisacco, sage green seating await under the white vaulted ceiling, and small rustic elements such as leaning wooden ladders to hold the dinnerware promote a relaxed atmosphere.

Starbucks Coffee, Portland

April 2nd, 2012

This is the first company-branded store in Oregon to serve beer and wine alongside Starbucks’ coffee and tea beverages and to offer customers an elevated evening food program. For a new, unique look while maintaining the iconic Starbucks brand, designers developed an Artisan Concept echoing the industrial past of urban markets. Inspired by 1930s Modernism, the motif includes exposed steel beams, masonry walls, factory casement glass, and hand-polished woodwork.