Posts Tagged ‘partition walls’

Yandex office by za bor Architects, Stroganov, Moscow – Russia

March 18th, 2014

The client wanted to see a «happy» and comfortable interior that would hold a large number of specialists. The first three floors are connected with a generic element, that is intended to form a giant ribbon, that, while penetrating floors, forms streamlined volumes of meeting and conference rooms.

PANORAMA Berlin 2013 Winter – HAUBER by AVENUE A

April 2nd, 2013

Picturing the vault between tradition and modernism has been the basic approach in the design process. Given partition walls were transfered into space forming elements to assimilate the three essential issues the collection, rough treated oak planks and bright twisted copper wire encased by a matt finished frame.

Pop-up office by OHLAB,Palma de Mallorca – Majorca

January 18th, 2013

The POP-UP OFFICE is a concept for an office that is temporary, improvised, efficient, reusable, transparent, optimized, fast to implement and dismantle, it doesn’t waste resources… It is a simple and efficient guerrilla strategy.

Vander Urbani Resort hotel by SADAR + VUGA, Ljubljana – Slovenia

October 29th, 2012

The rooms are designed in light colours with textile floors and glass partition walls to the bathroom. Rooms apear more like a homely living rooms also due to custom designed furniture pieces like the black table or mirrored wish box with mini bar.

Donna hair salon by Sides Core

September 12th, 2012

Japanese design studio Sides Core have re-configured a hair salon without a facade. Because of its secluded location, a plan was thought up to allow for effective information distribution. The original space uses partition walls to serve as a background that permits a person to be well contrasted when being photographed after a haircut.

Balenciaga flagsip store, Paris

June 28th, 2012

Housed in a modern structure, the 300 sqm. retail space is sliced into separate sections by a series of partition walls, albeit alternated by slabs of concrete and with plentiful cut-outs, and at intervals also serving as display areas.

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.

ROY flagship store by Tantra Creations, Nanjing – China

February 25th, 2012

The curved geometry of the glass is inspired by the waves that arise when the ocean reaches the shore. The glass façade easily lights up the whole shop, and upgrades a monotonous retail spot into a glamour focal point. As you enter the shop, you descend into a scenario where you are surrounded by a deep oceanic environment. On one side of the shop the white sculptural partition walls and furniture refer to the sculptural modifications of the coral reef.