Posts Tagged ‘plaster’

Sanibell Headquarters by RoosRos Architecten, Oud-Beijerland – The Netherlands

September 4th, 2014

The free flowing shape of the staircase could be considered a careful architectural representation of the water that Sanibell products are designed to deal with on a daily basis. The EeSoffit finish on the stairs means that this superb feature will not deteriorate in the way that plaster finishes can ensuring it will continue to look flawless.

White Monkey Bar by Mind the Ark, Athens – Greece

July 2nd, 2014

To concept of this bar, which opened its doors very recently, it was clear from the beginning: a place of contrasts with classical, vintage style elements integrates unexpectedly with tropical culture atmosphere and Tiki references.

WHO*S WHO showroom by >

March 4th, 2014

Every single element, decoration and excess is simplified and dematerialized. The baroque armchairs are upholstered in velvet ethereal white, the hangers are inspired by the minimalist sculptures by Sol LeWitt and the white diffuse environment, almost optical, conceptualizes the architecture of the interior create a simple box to serve as a container for the sought after prints of collections.

Belstaff store by Studio Solfield, New York

May 29th, 2013

Built in eight weeks, this 1,900-square-foot store respects the architectural details of the landmark building. With references to the brand’s motor racing legacy and England’s architectural and decorative history, the space is an oasis from glitz and glam, yet maintains an air of refinement.

F.I.L. flagship boutique, Singapore

September 4th, 2012

Wooden parquet style flooring dating back to over a century ago, antique tin ceiling, traditional Japanese shikkui plaster finish on the walls and old wooden shop counters and cabinets hailing form the late 1800s to early 1900s are just some of the more notable elements.

3.1 Philip Lim pop-up boutique by Studio Toogood, London

June 13th, 2012

A pop-up boutique inside London’s Seldfridges department store resembles a cross between a luxury clothing shop and a rustic tree house.

Schiaparelli – Prada windows at Bergdorf Goodman, New York

May 27th, 2012

Each May our Fifth Avenue windows honor the MET’s highly anticipated spring Costume Institute exhibition exploring different avenues within the fashion industry and its wildly colorful history.

Backlash retail store by Ito Masaru Design, Tokyo

May 23rd, 2012

The entrance is a military-looking antique door with a small plate inscribed ‘Backlash’, that opens to a space with a taste acquired through a series of processes over a long period of time.

HAIRDRESSER! Facto Royale Salon by Igor Ferreira, Lisbon

May 4th, 2012

A salon in Lisbon, Portugal, combines second-hand Japanese furniture with 5000 Swarovski crystals and 50 plaster hands. ‘Like most shops I design, I try to surprise the customer by not making too obvious what is sold – almost like an art installation in a gallery,’

Hot Paper restaurant by Wamhouse, Tczew – Poland

March 14th, 2012

The restaurant design included not only interiors, but also the name of the restaurant, logo and elevation, that is comprehensive image setting. The leading element is a newspaper motif, which appears both in the restaurant name and in the interior itself – in the form of a wallpaper as well as “torn” walls and furniture.

Cabello salon by a2arhitektura, Belgrade

March 4th, 2012

In just 20-sq-m, a salon in Belgrade, Serbia, makes a big statement. The rental property could not have permanent changes made to its design, so the team at a2arhitektura treated the entire interior space with a black tone. This not only hid unsightly dropped ceiling and plaster-covered beams, but made the space seem bigger.

Giorgio Armani store, Berlin

February 27th, 2012

Elegantly located on the famous Kurfürstendamm, at the corner of Wielandstrasse, the boutique covers over 370 square meters on one floor and is the first European Giorgio Armani store to reflect the style of the Giorgio Armani boutique in the Roppongi Hills area of Tokyo.

Runway store by CLS Architetti, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

November 18th, 2011

The concept of contrasts and opposites has been the core of the project for the atmospheres, the space and the materials. The space is like an ice cove where people can experience a path, which is a metaphor of life and rebirth.

Aesop store by March Studio, Paris

August 31st, 2011

We began by looking at the possibilities of plaster, but soon became intrigued by the parquetry floors one sees throughout Paris. We wanted to explore inhabiting the space with one material, used in one encompassing way. We envisaged using cut wood in such a fashion that it covered the floor, walls and ceiling, lending a cohesive texture and warmth to the room.