Posts Tagged ‘reconstruction’

Office reconstruction by Muxin Design, Shanghai – China

April 27th, 2016

For the interior space, the designers have designed a peaceful and pleasant office garden without changing the original structure of the building, connecting the indoor and outdoor areas naturally and thus creating a new form of boundary.

VMV Supermarket by cityscape architects, Sofia – Bulgaria

February 14th, 2016

Due to the modest internal height most of the installations are visible. Fragmented suspended ceilings and powerful hanging elements help for better orientation in the hall and mark the most tempting products group.

Heineken Pop up store for the Central European Fashion Days by Kiss Miklós, Budapest

October 29th, 2014

This 38 square meter installation is placed in a building that is currently under reconstruction, its’ concept is to construct an installation within a reconstruction. The whole installation is hanging from the ceiling. It’s quite heavy and monstrous, yet it looks very light as it’s hovering above the floor.

Stories About Man and Power in 10 Objects exhibition by H2E, Riga – Latvia

June 5th, 2014

The emotional message is told through such visual aids as dark rooms, projections, videos, lighting, as well as supplementing sounds, altogether creating scenographical form where the authentic objects are the main role players and communicators.

Shiseido The Ginza by Klein Dytham Architects, Ginza

February 1st, 2012

SHISEIDO THE GINZA was newly opened at the crossing of Hanatsubaki-dori and Ginza Chuo Street in May 2011. There have been the Select Shop and Beauty Salon at the same place. But at the occasion of reconstruction of the building, SHISEIDO THE GINZA was opened using from the 1st to 3rd floors.

F.I.L. store, Sendai

November 17th, 2011

Redesigned with unique materials to include floorboards from a 70-year-old church and furniture that was made 100 years ago, the shop visually depicts the notion that visvim has stood the test of time by incorporating an antique aesthetic following a modern disaster.

Tsujita restaurant by Takeshi Sano, Los Angeles

August 26th, 2011

I’d like people to feel the delicate of beauty, which Japanese have, and Japanese atmosphere when they visit here so that they will think that they want to visit Japan. I’d like to make this restaurant as one of an element for Japanese reconstruction.