Posts Tagged ‘space’

Disha electrical and lighting store by Studio Ardete, Chandigarh – India

August 7th, 2016

Each fixture is given a place of importance, treated as a piece of art in an exhibition and appreciated as such. Hanging fibre optic cables with dynamic lighting extend over the entire ceiling exuding sophistication.

PitchBook offices by JPC Architects, Seattle – Washington

August 3rd, 2016

Rather than using solid walls, spaces were defined by a ceiling height differential and defined flooring. The use of raw, reclaimed and industrial materials were used to reinforce the concept of growth, openness and adaptability.

Bake store by Yota Kakuda, Sendai – Japan

August 1st, 2016

A wall completely covered in yellow serving boxes brings an injection of colour to the store, and is intended to reflect the company’s branding. Cheese tarts are presented upon a large tiled table in the middle of the store, along with iPads that are used as tills.

BIOTOPIA Wireless 360 Audio exhibition by WGNB, Seoul – South Korea

July 29th, 2016

Omnidirectional sound breaks the silence on the surface of water to create various waves that are projected on the ceiling to transfer free sound moving from one device to another to the graphic of creating actual sound instead of artificial graphic with UX element.

TAKAMI BRIDAL by acca Inc., Tokyo – Japan

July 27th, 2016

Nestled there just in time in the city has been refined of perching or of such appearance, Dress room that can be seen through the glass. The space configuration to feel the formality that is configured to symmetry.

BREAKING THE BARRIERS exhibition by Dalziel & Pow, London – UK

July 26th, 2016

The physical movement of spinning panels to the front of the space changes the message from a question to a solution. Individual podiums showcase the relevant equipment, each with a very personal and moving example of the issues and opportunities.

Links of London store by Sheridan&Co, Toronto – Canada

July 22nd, 2016

In order to tone down the imposing austerity of stately looking interiors and mix heritage with modernity, a number of carefully curated and quirky props were introduced for the ‘story wall’ that would enrich the Links of London brand story around its jewelry and inject a touch of eccentric British humor to the space.

Feuille store by Cutler, Vancouver – Canada

July 21st, 2016

Inspired by the veins that provide structure and shape to a leaf, Feuille’s basic geometric forms juxtapose natural foliage against industrial urban street finishes. The casual appearance of rising concrete forms, rolled steel simple-lined fixtures, and black colour-blocking accents provide the industrial aesthetic of the space.

Rizzelli restaurant by POINT.ARCHITECTS, Turin – Italy

July 21st, 2016

The restaurant is friendly and cosy, a space where you can feel totally at ease. the appeal is Italian and the mood is warm. Straightforward design. A very small space where simple materials blended like in a recipe. An ambience that does exactly what it’s meant to. Stimulate the appetite.

cnYES office by Waterfrom Design, Taipei – Taiwan

July 19th, 2016

Gold and blue are picked as the visual keynote to represent the aspiration for wealth and prestige along with knowledge and trust. Wooden freestyle seatings are provided in corridor and lounge room for cozy reading, discussion and relaxation, setting an atmosphere of floating persistence of time in the office.

Galvanize office by lauckgroup, Austin – Texas

July 18th, 2016

The monumental stair functions as a vertical connection between the member and student levels as well as an illuminated design feature that is central to the campus.

DOPE store by A-INDUSTRIAL Design-Build, Los Angeles – California

July 16th, 2016

This men’s apparel company has a retail design that is minimal modern. The contrast of white and black accent creates key detail in the design. The bright white envelope and clean details allow focus to be drawn on the apparel, presenting effortless emphasis on the brand.

Dyson Demo store by Wilkinson Eyre & Dyson, London – UK

July 14th, 2016

The products are displayed across two floors linked by a glowing backlit white glass stair. The upper floor is set back to provide a double-height entrance space, while the mezzanine incorporates a glazed balustrade balanced on a sharp chamfered soffit — allowing visual connections from the first floor across to Oxford street and Selfridges.

Mini K restaurant by Ontology Studio, Taipei – Taiwan

July 11th, 2016

To make the place younger and more relaxing, the designer use more wood and added a little drop of bright color by placing a set of modern style red iron chairs. Designer also sets orange spot lights to bring out the mood, encouraging people to have a nice chat here.

Dehesa Santa Maria restaurant by Dear Design, Barcelona – Spain

July 3rd, 2016

The first idea was to “recreate” the feeling of being in a pasture; through a play of light and shadows generated by a space which envelopes the visitor. The abstraction of this idea is finally embodied in a structural skin of wooden slats, which define the space while giving it a cozy feeling.

Avant Offices by Eastlake Studio, Chicago – Illinois

July 1st, 2016

The space is branded with custom wallcovering that morphs the Avant logo into a colorful geometric pattern weaving its way through the space. Unique elements include eight ‘secret’ rooms hidden in the plan, each with a unique theme ranging from a Nintendo room with beanbag seating to a vintage video store.

The Cold Pressed Juicery by Standard Studio, Amsterdam – Netherlands

June 28th, 2016

The slanted lines are recurring, they are used to accentuate the wall and the ceiling above the counter adding warmth to the design. The wall is finished in the same pink as the counter, and underneath it are all the refrigerators, finished with black coated steel.

Beishu Gallery by Sasaki Architecture & Atelier O, Tokyo – Japan

June 27th, 2016

Beyond the gallery, steel shelves float in overlaying rows in the iconic showroom zone. Each set of dolls hover in its own small world, like in emaki-mono (picture scrolls) where each scene is depicted between the golden clouds.

Serge DeNimes Pop-up Store 2016 by SFD, London – UK

June 27th, 2016

Using raw and industrial materials like spruce pine, concrete and untreated steel – with clean white finishes elsewhere – sfd designed a contrast between the interior’s starkness and the vivid shopfront.

The Market by Longo’s by Ampersand Studio, Toronto – Canada

June 21st, 2016

The store design is respectful of this heritage and incorporates existing finishes of marble and granite as features of the store.