The store’s emphasis is glued timber strips ceiling installed sideward to the walls. Laminate flooring is installed the same way sideward. The goods shelves are designed with a certain arranged rhythm, of different levels, with up and downs.
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Gold and blue are picked as the visual keynote to represent the aspiration for wealth and prestige along with knowledge and trust. Wooden freestyle seatings are provided in corridor and lounge room for cozy reading, discussion and relaxation, setting an atmosphere of floating persistence of time in the office.
The ceiling is folded so that the eave thrust to the garden can be a sequence from inside, connecting the room and the outdoor. The unitized bamboos are either in the diameter of 20mm or 40mm. They are skewered in varied density using bolts and nuts. The multiple layers of these differently-pitched bamboos create a grove to connect the Kabukiza theater and the garden.
Commissioned for the 100% Design Show during the London Design Festival 2012, Paul Cocksedge’s ‘Auditorium’ moves away from conventional methods of creating a confined space: blocks, solid planes, edges. Instead, a virtually invisible material is brought on-site to be delicately woven by hand into a system as complex and transparent as a spider’s web.
The decision was therefore taken to reference Manchester’s industrial heritage, focusing on cotton and textiles, employing a range of evocative elements including photographic abstracts of 19th century tools and large-scale bespoke artworks. Improving the logistics of the space – increasing the number of covers while making it easier for staff to move around – was of paramount importance.