Surface materials of glass, perforated plate, and stone extend and twist along the steel structure, creating a complicated architecture full of vitality. However, the unique façade form also created great difficulties in lighting design.
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Drawing on southern Italy for the interior design concept, columns and colonnade-inspired motifs more commonly seen in the temples of ancient Italy are incorporated. On the walls blue floral paintings are reminiscent of those found in old Roman villas, while embossed patterns have the feel of the classical civilizations.
Interior decor is contemporary, young and energetic. Inspired by the logo of the restaurant, perforated dots create dancing shapes on the bronze backdrop. Grey colour mirror film laminated glasses divide the booth seats and the custom made pinwheel pendent lamps give the warm orange shade to the restaurant.
Located in Shenzhen Bay OCT Harbour Theme Park, blue and green color scheme represent the ocean theme. Huge gray egg- shaped cashier and water bar implies the characteristic of coffee bean which seems bitter but tasty. Furniture with various organic appearance present vibrant mood into the interior.
Following a black runway from the entrance, customers find the App Bar where they can try out mobile apps on a large interactive screen. Painted pegboards are used to cover the walls of the store. This allows display shelves to be hung freely within the whole space and to be changed location at all times. The whole interior is flexible, so that changes in layout can be made quick and easily.
A variety of deep charcoal gray materials (suede wallpaper, travertine, black stainless steel and black glass) and the geometric form are used to bring out the steady and virile side of men, along with yellow mannequins that are with tall and strong image, the purpose is to highlight the extraordinary metropolis royal demeanor that made him the limelight.
A restaurant is a place where externalizes the ordinary eating and drinking behaviors. It is utilized in cases where only the location has been externalized for convenience purpose, or for enjoying delicious food prepared by skilled chef, or to hold special events, The Honeycomb is the latter case which sought to create an unordinary space.
Judges loved the simplicity of this retail environment that used materials and space to create an upscale impression focused on the brand and marketing for the mobile communications retailer. Targeting two key customer groups, fashion and business, designers created a relaxing, informative and welcoming space to contrast with the cutting-edge merchandise and services.