The concept of this fashion and multibrand shoe store, was built with simple design and materials. Using wood sticks on the walls and ceilings like a large shoe lace where the shoes are placed on display – yielding a three-dimensional construction involving the entire space.
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AMORIM Isolamentos pavilion by Pedro de Azambuja Varela, Maria João de Oliveira & Emmanuel Novo, Porto – PortugalDecember 10th, 2013
Following the 2012/13 edition of the Advanced Program in Digital Architecture (CEAAD), promoted by FAUP and ISCTE-IUL, the company AMORIM Isolamentos challenged the Course to design their Pavilion for the CONCRETA 2013 Fair. The students that developed their final research on cork teamed up, and designed a Pavillion with a complex and irregular shape, using that 100% natural material.
The light design trends for an exceptional visual experience. Through its minimalist elegance and implicity, it leads to a stimulating and refrained exuberance. The result, taking the notions of reason and passion as a source, is a creation blending intimacy and community, function and fantasy, art and design, resonating in this modern definition of luxury.
The renovation of La Bohème bar, located in the buoyant Rua das Galerias de Paris in Porto’s downtown, embraces pine wood throughout the entire interior. ‘The goal was to transform a space with no identity into a recognizable interior,’ says Carlos Veloso from AVA Architects, the studio responsible for the project.