Posts Tagged ‘scaffold’

Bistro La vie by iks design, Nagoya – JAPAN

June 21st, 2017

Brass was used as eye-catchers for lights, hanger pipes, furniture knobs and handles, window frames, decorative screws, etc., in order to provide gorgeousness to the interior. The antique scaffold planks add a casual atmosphere to the space, preventing it from being too sophisticated.

Hall Cafeteria by República Portátil, Concepción – Chile

December 6th, 2016


This scaffold is formed by a number of small boxes of 50x50x50 cm, it is a separator but also an empty space available to be filled of objects and productions. This space was thought to establish a diffused and transparent limit, a great vertical showcase that allows to expose memories and what has been done.

Manolo Blahnik store by Nick Leith-Smith, Tokyo – Japan

October 17th, 2016

The focal element is an impressive installation, typical of timber and bamboo scaffold structures but realized here in crisscrossed folded wooden slats. Interlacing they connect walls and
ceilings, imperceptibly supporting shelves and acting as hangers.

Roast cofee bar by THIS IS WAT, Alkmaar – the Netherlands

August 16th, 2015

Roast is a voice against the hipster coffee bar. No more chalkboards, no more scaffold wood. Intimacy hides in human buzz, not in glass pickle jars used as smoothie container. The walnut bar and golden frame are key elements in the interior that give Roast its warm character.

NO WÓDKA concept store by KONTENT, Berlin – Germany

July 22nd, 2014

Steel scaffold beams create a large framework in the rear space, which utilizes the volume of the shops interior. Vertical tubes transfer the entire mass of the structure to the ground where they rest on square base plates to spread the load.

Solara shoe store by Ruscio Studio, St-Jean-sur-Richelieu – Canada

June 3rd, 2013

A work of art that highlights the product category, this ceiling treatment calls attention to the brand. It draws passersby into the store and inspires viral marketing. Spray painted a single white glossy finish, over 6,500 discontinued ladies’ shoes, sandals, and boots in various styles, sizes, and seasons cover the 1,120 square-foot ceiling in a random pattern.

Durasafe flagship store by Ministry of Design, Singapore

October 26th, 2012

Extending its reach beyond the “business to business” model to include a consumer based store, Durasafe approached MOD to create a retail environment that would reinforce its existing strong brand presence as well as provide an exciting shopping environment for its predominantly male customer base.