Posts Tagged ‘raw steel’

BP Lower 48 Office by Fitzsimmons Architects, Oklahoma City – Oklahoma

February 7th, 2017

BP wanted their offices to reflect the changing climate of their company. They wanted to attract a younger professional workforce with a non-corporate atmosphere that was unlike anything they had worked in before — not stuffy and slick. The goal was to create a showpiece that is comfortable to be in and a place that respects the patina and history of the building, which was a historic tax credit project.

MatchesFashion store by SFD, London – UK

December 12th, 2016

The resulting concept respected both the local area and unique space as well as the identity of Matches and the premium brands it stocks. Reclaimed timber flooring, raw steel tube fixtures and striking Barrisol-style lighting create an environment that’s visually inspiring yet commercially practical.

Patagonia Meatpacking store by MNA, New York City

October 25th, 2016

The use of reclaimed timber and brick along with subway tile, raw steel, wired glass and a functioning meat rail creates connection to the historic building type that houses the store.

Charles Vincent George Architects office, Naperville – Illinois

July 2nd, 2016

Collaboration between designers and clients is invigorated with an open and flexible Materials Library. Clients are able to select finishes off the sliding shelves while architects and designer can post drawings and sketches to the rolling steel doors, using magnets. What better way to showcase the firm’s final products than through the architecture and design of their own space.

Cehegín Wine School by INMAT Arquitectura, Cehegín – Spain

May 20th, 2016

Conceptually, raw steel and wood are very elemental materials that work well with the historic parts of the interior, respecting the handmade character and the patina of the time.

Won Hundred store, Amsterdam – Netherlands

April 28th, 2016

Against a backdrop of steel-coated panels, concrete, and an expansive mural flashing the brand’s name in artfully applied graffiti, stands a sleek trapezoid display crafted from raw steel, and is the store’s design show piece.

TrpezArija restaurant by Slavica Djokovic and Sandra Lukovic, Novi Sad – Serbia

March 25th, 2016

This atmosphere of contradiction is further established via facade installation present throughout the usage of raw-steel plates and soft lighting effect.

Côte&Ciel store by Linehouse, Hong Kong

February 21st, 2016

The poles have a horizontal and vertical gradient from rough to polished finish. Vertically, a datum of polished stainless steel define the high level of the poles and rough finish at lower level.

Step by Step store by Dialect, Antwerp – Belgium

February 10th, 2016

A glass cabinet to the left of the door is filled with Barbies – the dolls that were recently redesigned to include more body types and skin tones – as well as other action figures.

BSG Sales Gallery by Eowon Designs, Georgetown – Malaysia

March 29th, 2015

BSG Sales Gallery by Eowon Designs, Georgetown – Malaysia

AKQA Clerkenwell offices by Amos and Amos, London – UK

October 14th, 2014

Four freestanding steel screens – at first glance reclaimed but in reality bespoke made for the project – are tied back to the reclaimed brick wall behind. These continue the industrial aesthetic while housing a series of workspaces, and separate the arcade from the spaces beyond.

Nixon store by Checkland Kindleysides, Paris – France

September 12th, 2014

On the exterior of the store, this manifests itself in a subtle matt to gloss black, following through to the confident, monochromatic interior.

Hering Berlin flagship store, Berlin – Germany

October 18th, 2013

Hering Berlin is run by its owners – and the owners do everything themselves. Accordingly, nothing about the design of the flagship store has been left to chance (or to outsiders). The impressive and harmonious overall effect goes far beyond a simple presentation of the products.

Stoffsüchtig store by Holger Berg, Hamburg – Germany

October 6th, 2013

Separate from the showroom floor, three LED-lit changing-room cubes present different scenarios. From a dark cloudy sky to a confessional and finally a padded room, I wanted to tell a drug-addict´s story.

De GUSTO cafe & restaurant by MIKA design, Novi Sad – Serbia

September 13th, 2013

Perfectly dilapidated pine solid wood and rusty-raw steel accents bring hints of warmth and refinement to the rusticated brick and concrete gray backdrop, while hand-made lights and different textures bring a vintage look and intimacy.

Coffee Commissary at Siren Studios by Tima Winter Inc. Design, Hollywood

July 23rd, 2013

With materials such as raw steel, resin, raw concrete, and glass, accented by custom furniture and light fixtures, the aesthetic is a sort of industrial chic. Artist Mike Jasorka provides his custom 50’s style comic book artwork throughout the coffee bar area contributing a sense of whimsy to the clean lines of the lobby.

Truth Coffee by Haldane Martin, Cape Town – South Africa

May 26th, 2013

Raw steel, timber, leather, brass and copper finishes were central to the interior design and complimented the building’s worn aesthetic. Martin designed all of the furniture for the café, which includes high-backed leather banquettes, ornate steel tables and smaller cog-shaped tables.

Morrison Bar & Oyster Room by Akin Creative, Sydney

October 20th, 2012

A series of park benches and trees recalls the front stoop, allowing visitors to watch passers-by on the busy street outside, while large tables near the kitchen encourage communal dining. High tables and bar stools are clustered near the bar, while vibrant tiled tables and indoor plants add colour and detail to the space.

Mercato restaurant by Neri&Hu, Shanghai

October 12th, 2012

Situated within the prestigious Three on the Bund, Mercato is renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s newest culinary destination in Shanghai, the first of which to serve up an upscale yet rustic Italian fare.

Baldwin Men’s shop by Hufft Projects, Leawood – Kansas

June 19th, 2012

Baldwin Denim and Standard Style are two retail concepts with one owner, but completely separate identities. For Baldwin, the look is masculine and enduring.