Posts Tagged ‘modular construction’

Modular Glass System NEO stand at INTERZUM 2015, Cologne – Germany

October 17th, 2015



Design and construction bureau Modular Glass System NEO has presented the youngest modular construction system for temporary architecture and exhibition stands at INTERZUM 2014 in Cologne, Germany.

Bread & Butter Berlin 2014 – CODELLO stand by BUERO PHILIPP MOELLER

May 9th, 2014

Spatial separation of the individual areas is accomplished by light furnishing elements made of thin, natural oak timber or black steel profiles which are skillfully crafted and invisibly connected to each other and offer additional product presentation.

Bread & Butter Berlin Summer 2013 – Codello by BPM

August 8th, 2013

At the B&B-Connect „secret garden“ of Codello stands for an extraordinary world of the colours of shawls and scarfs. Behind a wall lies a hidden garden with well-kept secrets. Through an archway, surrounded by a fantastic play of colours in thimbles of glass, the customer is entering the fair stand and thus the „secret garden“ of Codello…..

Nudie Jeans Concept Store, Brisbane

May 7th, 2013

The 600 sq. ft. modular construction is punctuated with botanic and organic notes – wide open windows and stark white tiling are juxtaposed against recycled Russian elm flooring and a dominating denim wall, complete with old-library-style ladder.

Diageo concept store by Fourfoursixsix, Bangkok

February 26th, 2013

The design also creates a gallery-like space; a ribbon of display forms a linear band throughout the space, attracting attention and allowing customers to easily navigate the space and view products in an ergonomic manner. Coupled with distinct, informational signage, the customer is better educated about the product and more able to make an informed and enjoyable buying decision.

SHIPPING CONTAINERS! Bayside Marina Hotel by Yoshimura, Yokohama – Japan

February 9th, 2013

The seemingly random positioning of the pthe prefabricated modular cottages gave a unique and different view to each room as well as creating multiple panoramic scenes within and around the premises.

Puma store by Nathan Lee Colkitt Architects, Ontario – California

March 6th, 2012

With numerous disciplines including researchers and scientists involved early on, this store‘s carbon footprint is 25 percent smaller than previous iterations, as certified by the Global Research Institute. A «design by subtraction” philosophy also yielded 30 percent lower energy consumption as well as fewer materials overall thanks to the lack of partition walls.