Posts Tagged ‘perforated panels’

CASUALIS Footwear store by Manuel García Asociados, San Javier – Spain

July 17th, 2017

On one hand, materials of industrial aspect have been used in an effort to give the store an eclectic atmosphere. In this way, the columns are naked of busted concrete; the ceilings are solved with a cooperating plate which is above the lighting rails; and translucent polycarbonates and a metallic net are used to solve the closure with the warehouse.

Karavaevi Brothers Cafe by V12, Moscow – Russia

July 3rd, 2017

The polycarbonate partition functionally divides the space into a visitor area and an open kitchen space. Cafe has two entrances: from the street and from the store, being thus a passageway. Architects moved street entrance, and inner entry was expanded for the distribution of flows of people and maximum amount of seats near the windows.

The Street Ratchada by Architectkidd, Bangkok – Thailand

February 11th, 2017

Located in an important urban space at a busy intersection in Bangkok, Architectkidd proposed to design a permeable architectural envelope for The Street Ratchada where interior activities could be showcased along with outdoor urban activities. The design was realized with the use of Reynobond Aluminum Composite Panels.

Royal Ceramica pavilion at Cersaie 15 by Paolo Cesaretti, Bologna – Italy

March 8th, 2016

The visitor is inside the tiled displays admiring decorations and details in big arrangements. A sense of luxurious wideness embraces him during the visit. The whole space is isolated from the outside through perforated panels recalling privacy and exclusivity, both representative of a specific marketplace idea.

SanaSana Physiotherapy and Beauty Center by NAN Arquitectos, Porriño – Spain

September 4th, 2015



Our customers were in the need to expand their business, so they have to move to a more surface space.

Bus Stops by ROK – Rippmann Oesterle Knauss, Meilen – Switzerland

March 30th, 2015

ROK developed a series of new bus stops for the village Meilen close to Zurich, Switzerland.

Aesop Emporium store by Kerstin Thompson Architects, Melbourne – Australia

January 16th, 2015


Kerstin Thompson Architects used a limited palette of materials in the project for skincare brand Aesop to create an interior they said achieves “beauty through restraint”.

Ania Kruk jewellery by Mode:Lina, Warsaw – Poland

August 14th, 2014

Ania Kruk is a brand with unique history. Despite its young age it carries almost 200 years of family goldsmith tradition as the frst goldsmith workshop signed by the name of Kruk was established in 1840. It was the family tradition that inspired architects from mode:lina studio while creating a new interior design for Ania Kruk boutique.

FN.ice concept store by PLAN, Taipei

October 28th, 2012

PLAN shaped the space with a series of triangular forms. They not only add cutting edge aesthetics to the space but also remind users of melting iceberg as a result of global warming phenomenon. The forms then morphs to become display shelves, cashier countertop, and wall surfaces, etc.

Modular Screen by Moorhead & Moorhead for Lerival

September 28th, 2012

Inspired in part by camouflage patterns, Modular Screen is a space-defining system of perforated panels comprised of a series of CNC milled layers, designed to de-emphasize the individual panel when the pieces are assembled together.