Posts Tagged ‘Slovakia’

Yeme flagship store by winwin, Bratislava – Slovakia

May 2nd, 2016

The empty storage hall space required extensive technological and structural changes. We inserted a steel gallery to create a separate level for administrative spaces and staff facilities.

Chita Kids flagship boutique by bcSTUDIO, Košice – Slovakia

January 28th, 2015

bcSTUDIO has designed a flagship store in Aupark located in Košice, Slovakia called Chita Kids.

Coffee House by Light4Space, Nové Mesto nad Váhom – Slovakia

January 6th, 2015

Half of the seating in the interior is designed in the form of benches, which together with rhythmical orthogonal facade’s grow in an environment of green brings a sense of Japanese tea house. The second half of the traditional cafeteria seating is pleasant.

HEADQUARTERS! STRABAG headquarter by MHM Architects, Bratislava – Slovakia

August 7th, 2013

Open stair connections, corridor expansions and wide visual connections promote an intensive and open communication to the employees. Due to the chosen room depths and construction grids, the establishing of different, neutral office forms is possible at any time.

Plusminusarchitects office, Bratislava – Slovakia

July 10th, 2013

The space is really open, with no partitions, there is only one bookshelf free standing on the ground, creating space for meeting room and kitchen. Original wood construction ceiling as well as brick walls are painted white, with only one black wall, which is used as blackboard wall for projects and sketches.

WBP offices by Vallo Sadovsky Architects, Bratislava – Slovakia

June 26th, 2013

We enhanced the layout with a row of rotating panels, dividing the space into two parts: the first introverted ‘chill out’ area can be completely isolated from the outer sunlight and environment, the second extroverted zone includes two meeting rooms and a bar with good coffee.

Gas station by Atelier SAD, Galanta – Slovakia

May 26th, 2012

Service area – a reinforced – concrete structure featuring three funnel – shaped columns that support a melded trio of curvy horizontal discs. Overhead lighting – built into the surface where columns meet discs and lining their undulating edges.