Posts Tagged ‘scaffolding’

Scaffolding exhibition by OMA, New York

November 3rd, 2017

The display seeks to ‘disrupt’ the existing space by instilling new perspectives of scaffolding and its transformative potential. ‘I am thrilled that the center for architecture will be temporarily ‘under construction’,’ says Shohei Shigematsu.

Garcimuñoz castle restoration by Izaskun Chinchilla, Cuenca – Spain

June 3rd, 2016

Hence, all new structures are light and temporary, largely comprising portably-scaled units of galvanised steel that are bound together by reversible joints.

POP-UP STORES! Libros Mutantes at La Casa Encendida by Cuarto Orden, Madrid – Spain

May 23rd, 2015

Based on the premise of using elements that would extend their lives beyond the fair itself, the project is based on the use of two opposite materials in terms of hardness: one rigid, used as the structure (scaffolding) and the other soft, used as the display surface (canvas).

En Route store by Schemata Architects, Ginza – Japan

February 12th, 2015

Schemata Architects installs plastic scaffolding in En Route Ginza.

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.

McCann Erickson’s reception area and central breakout zone by Office Principles, London

December 18th, 2013

The reception counter was created using aged railway sleepers to form an unusual facade, while the breakout tables were made using scaffolding poles and lengths of matured oak panels.

Freemans Sporting Club store, Tokyo

May 9th, 2013

Bringing an authentic piece of NYC’s culture to the upscale Tokyo neighborhood, the original immovable front facade was deemed unsightly by designer Taavo who instead had the innovative idea to cover it with a printed synthetic scaffolding screen with bricks, windows and cloud reflections.

Useful Arbeitsloser collection by Sanghyeok Lee

February 12th, 2013

Useful Arbeitsloser is a series of furniture that reflects the life of its designer. A scaffolding resembled a life of a designer who lives in a foreign country in a way that it is always passed by, constructed and moved away without much attention, while being a necessary element in construction sites.

Royal College or Art and Design café by Weston Surman & Deane Architecture, London

December 18th, 2012

The primary architectural driver was to insert warmth into the existing stark concrete and steel building. Timber was used extensively, from the kitchen, shelving and tables which were fashioned entirely from ripped and refined scaffolding boards, to the reclaimed parquet flooring.

Dabbous restaurant by Brinkworth, London

September 3rd, 2012

Upon entering, you are instantly struck by the stark and contemporary interior design, as Dabbous has been designed around a raw and uncompromising concept envisioned by owner, British Chef Oliver Dabbous, and realised by the interior design agency Brinkworth.

EDWIN Store, London

March 27th, 2012

When conceptualising the London Store, Edwin wanted to maintain a level of simplicity throughout its design that reflected the brand as a whole. In turn, that simplicity could then allow the focus to be product led, allowing the customer to experience a classic jeanery, with the ease of a well worn pair of denims.

Eliseevsky grocery store, Moscow

January 15th, 2012

Eliseevsky store is probably one of the most famous stores in the entire Moscow. Do me a favor, if you’re strolling along the beautiful Tverskaya st., don’t forget to find that wonderful place. Muscovites always loved it.