The intense, all-encompassing perception fully reflects those characteristics Italy is renowned for. Both the form and the idea of a gateway leading into Casa Alitalia are reflected in the concept of a large doorway leading into an italian building, a passage that takes guest from the chaotic airport environment, into a calm, inviting, sophisticated space.
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Centre Pompidou Málaga by Javier Pérez De La Fuente, Juan Antonio Marín Malavé, Puerto de Málaga – SpainMay 30th, 2016
The internal layout of the centre, is conceived as a fluid space, where in a continuous sequence, the visitor takes a journey bringing them closer to the contents on display, preparing them emotionally for the move from the noisy “outside world” into a space that allows “an inner experience” which if where we want the visit to be focused.
On the way to display it look to be a prefabricated modular system, which in addition to providing much flexibility in display options were removable and inexpensive. That is why the modules were designed based MDF with recycled cardboard tubes cut edge and a movable shelving system giving the possibility of multiple configurations.
We built up the interior as natural continuation of the architecture. By functional design we separated the area into two zones: the front zone was incorporated into the exterior creating public space and feeling of console silhouette of the building; the rear zone was separated through floor and roof design that allowed reducing depth of space while keeping the panorama.
The hair salon is located inside the Golden Hall shopping center in Maroussi. It is a long and narrow space with a particularly high ceiling and limited forefront. Therefore, the arrangement we chose for the store is far different from the usual one, where the store window serves as the boundary between the private and the public space.
In order to get a continuous space terrace-café, it was necessary to apply architectural mechanisms, able to dissolve the boundaries between the building and public space. From the very first sketch, a winding cul-de-sac layout was the leitmotif that let us deal with all those heterogeneous conditions.
Possi ice-cream makers is a family run business on the market for the past 40 years catering fresh and delicious ice-creams produced in a artisanal and organic way. The Possi ice-cream never really changed trying to follow trends, it’s still served in generous portions using old style tumblers and adding classic decorations like paper umbrellas and coloured straws.