Posts Tagged ‘platforms’

Ideas Lab offices by X+Living, Shanghai – China

March 1st, 2018

For the shape of the whole space, though we take factories of the Age of Steam as the prototype, we cut off the complex parts, and kept only the most basic functional parts, which includes practical compositions such as reaction tanks, energy delivery pipes and walking platforms for engineers. These main functional parts also reflect corresponding activities which are going to happen here.

The Four Elements Cleaf showroom by Studiopepe, Lissone – Italy

April 10th, 2017

An immersive pathway that explores the versatility of Cleaf surfaces through the theory of the four elements of Nature: water, air, earth and fire. A multisensory environment in which the visitor can move freely to discover the multiplicity of finishes and decorative papers which interact with each other through the law of the ‘harmony of the elements’.

V Factory Export Division Office by Zemberek Design, Istanbul – Turkey

January 14th, 2016

The project consist of a space designed for utilisation of the export division and a lounge area which serves that space, within the headquarter of a textile company.

Diaoye Niunan Restaurant by Golucci International Design, Beijing – China

December 24th, 2015

Guests at this restaurant sit on floating platforms among fog covered walkways.

Purpose Creative Agency Office by A+I, New York City

August 25th, 2015

Purpose is a creative strategy consulting agency largely focused on organizing mass online movements.

Hook & Eye showroom by DIA – Dittel Architekten, Stuttgart – Germany

February 28th, 2014

The interior design is kept very low-key on purpose to bring out the colours of the furniture pieces. The light colour of white glazed coniferous wood is combined with grey tones. The display furnishings are made of natural, sober materials and shapes to place the accent on the furniture.

Bread & Butter Berlin 2014 Winter – BARBOUR INTERNATIONAL by Shed

February 8th, 2014

The stand, anchored by a raised backdrop, sets a scene descriptive of a vintage motorcycle garage. Battered garage doors fixed to steel roller wheels, large scale light-boxes and hanging lights are suspended amongst a display of mannequins, all framed within a stage of concrete block work.

Camper store by Nendo, New York

May 26th, 2013

Over a thousand ghostly white shoes protrude from the walls of this New York store for shoe brand Camper, designed by Japanese studio Nendo.

Cornerstone Restaurant by STUDIO RAMOPRIMO, Beijing

February 19th, 2012

The restaurant is located on the south-west corner of a office tower in Beijing CBD district. Design started in 2010 and construction was completed in early 2011. It covers a surface of 360 sqm. The space is characterized by the use of two strong walls, which visually define the space organizing the functional program: kitchen, dining areas, bar counter, pizza area, wine cellar and lounge corner.

Bread & Butter Berlin 2012 – ADIDAS

February 8th, 2012

Polished white walls and popping blue accents comprised the Adidas display at January’s Bread & Butter Berlin fair. The stand resembled a four-winged spaceship that had landed in the centre of the exhibition space. Spanning 394-sq-m, the ‘wings’ extended upwards from the floor, curving to form platforms from which clothes could hang.

Topshop window display by Blacks VM, London

January 30th, 2012

You really have to congratulate the creative team behind TOPSHOP’S window displays. From concept to installation, they really do know how to come up with the most creative ways to capture your attention, and get you in through the doors. A new year means new windows right after the giant sale banners have been removed.

YUSTY store by Marketing-Jazz, Madrid

November 4th, 2011

A new approach for a traditional multi-brand store. The result is a store designed with current Visual Merchandising principals. A store created from different sales scenarios and a central area to provide customer service, one of the brand´s key values.

Duras Daiba by Sinato, Tokyo

August 24th, 2011

Generally the space above head height is just void for only looking in a boutique, because most of the action for buying and selling is centered close to human body. To avoid this condition, we installed imaginary ceiling made by expand-metal at 2.25m high and set up stepped platform that allows shoppers to reach the attic.