Posts Tagged ‘polished concrete floor’

Clarks Originals booth at Pitti Uomo by Frank Agterberg, Florence – Italy

April 2nd, 2017

To surround and showcase the Clarks Originals collection we chose from a pallet of premium materials. Cement walls, a polished concrete floor and the wood wall panelling for the ceiling confine the booth in a robust, industrial way. These heavy elements are contrasted with the elegance of the walnut stained timber used in the wall finishing, seating and detailing throughout the booth.

Bruyère High School Cafeteria Refurbishment by SAM Architecture, Versailles – France

November 2nd, 2016

The expression of raw materials – colorless varnished wood, polished concrete floor et galvanized railings, the care giver to their implementation as well as the visibility of the structure and of the technical bodies express the particular attention to the raw material, the one that was already there, the one used to build and which is too often hidden from public view. The ceiling is like a veil that shows what is going on behind the scenes.

Colliers office by ThirdWay Interiors, London – UK

July 13th, 2016

New timber flooring and high end furniture were carefully selected to ensure this sophisticated and modern style was consistent throughout the design.

Beauty salon by InArch, Vilnius – Lithuania

December 7th, 2015

Workspace mainly takes place along the walls and one double-sided mirror are in the middle of the salon – it like the axis of a whole salon.

Aesop Store by einszu33, Munich – Germany

October 28th, 2015



Since arriving in Germany little over two years ago, Aesop has expanded nationwide but lacked a store in the far south of the country.

Mook salon by Okuwada Architects Office, Osaka – Japan

September 17th, 2015

The intention was that “the entrance facade would seem to be blend in with the street, and the scenery of the diverse town.” Okuwada described the spaces around the entrance as caves, which are separated by a column that divides a larger window from the double doors.

BROGUE Shoe Store by MAGMA Vision d’Espace & Design, Geneva – Switzerland

May 26th, 2015

Located in the center of Geneva since 1995, the business was initially launched as Shipton & Heneage but became an independent multi-brand retailer, reincarnated as Brogue, in 2007.

Modern Art Gallery by Matheson Whiteley, London – UK

April 20th, 2015

London studio Matheson Whiteley has revitalised a trio of dilapidated 1940s warehouses to create a new contemporary art gallery opposite one of the city’s historic churches.

Heich Es Heich Store, Seoul – South Korea

April 10th, 2015

Heich Es Heich Store, Seoul – South Korea

Barton Restaurant by Isabel López Vilalta & Magüi González, Barcelona – Spain

April 2nd, 2015

Barton Restaurant by Isabel López Vilalta & Magüi González, Barcelona – Spain

Hana Hana restaurant by Vie Studio, Sydney – Australia

September 18th, 2013

Keeping the ceiling and floor colour neutral, white paint and polished concrete floor were used to accentuate the warmth and golden hues of the timber and plywood. Extensive use of natural materials and colours blended effortlessly well with the delicate fabric of floral prints to depict a contemporary woodland setting.

Jardan retail showroom by IF Architecture, Brisbane – Australia

May 1st, 2013

Our design response captures Australian timber house frames under construction; a white internal post and beam represent the classic Australian residential house frame. This approach provides the spatial volumes necessary for understanding the furniture in context without breaking the visual connections of the showroom’s open plan.

Edra pharmacy by Indigo Arquitectura, Pontevedra – Spain

December 14th, 2012

The main challenge in this project was to create a personal identity that escape from the stereotypes of drugstores and beauty stores associated with uniformed pharmacies with an only functional scheme.

Marni flagship store by Sybarite, Miami

October 25th, 2012

This new flagship boutique captures the mood of Miami’s Design District, taking as inspiration the streamlined, rhythmic patterns of the Art Deco style for which the city is famous.

Spread by GUM bike shop by eureka, Hong Kong

June 27th, 2012

The client’s brief aims to shift away from the traditional “bike-shop” model, but rather operates closer to a “Gallery / Event Space” which is more in-tuned with their marketing direction. They need a space which can be dressed up holistically every month in a different theme to showcase their products, messages and events.

Lorena Pestana jewelry by Bautista Bravo Chatterley Huygens, Lima – Peru

May 15th, 2012

The First is a module designed for outdoor use, which comprises several elements are made ​​of MDF and counter-plated recycled pine oregon.

Express new concept store at King Of Prussia, by Wonderwall

July 21st, 2011

Wonderwall has created a new concept store for Express retail chain in King of Prussia Mall. The design concept used for Express is a refined chic that creates an individual space via forward-thinking design. Style is showcased throughout the 13,000-sq.-ft. retail space, dividing key categories and outfitting according to gender.

G-Star by 93ft

June 13th, 2011

Having already worked on two stores with G-Star, we were asked to produce their new store in Sheffield’s city centre. Our role was to work closely with G-Star’s in house architecture team to ensure that all design elements were carried out as intended.

The Blatz bottle doors by Johnsen Schmaling Architects

June 5th, 2011

Each pivoting bottle door is 9’-6” wide and 9’ tall and consists of a welded aluminum frame and 1,590 horizontally stacked empty beer bottles, some of which were original Blatz bottles found in unopened boxes in the basement of this old brewery. Using CNC technology, the bottles are held in place by a thin web of precision-milled neoprene rings that are suspended between the members of the aluminum frame. Illuminated on all sides, the brown bottles emanate a warm amber glow reflected in the polished concrete floor.

Riddled table by Steven Holl

May 30th, 2011

This visually spectacular, ultra-modern furniture is from Horm, and designed by Steven Holl. The Riddled table and cupboard cast a beautiful pattern upon the floor and surfaces around it – an unexpected and inspiring feature. Light streams through the cut-outs in the walnut veneered legs of the table, emerging from within.