Posts Tagged ‘space’

Refinery store by TDC&Co, Cape Town – South Africa

May 20th, 2016

Materials left in their natural unfinished state echo the brand ethos while the subtle use of bold colours create a strong brand identity.

eSpoir concept store by ALTA ARCHITECTURE, Seoul – South Korea

May 19th, 2016

In addition to the pragmatic function, the mirrors alter the viewer’s experience at times by fracturing and expanding the perception of space. The central video animation is refected in some of the mirrors, resulting in a kaleidoscopic and ever changing interior environment.

Our Colour Reflection installation by Liz West, Scunthorpe – UK

May 18th, 2016

Our Colour Reflection creates a conversation between the viewer and the setting using more than 700 mirrors made of coloured acrylic.

Fleesensee Schlosshotel by Kitzig Interior Design – Architecture Group, Fleesensee – Germany

May 17th, 2016

The new design concept of the restaurant combines historic architecture with new, modern and opulent aspects.

Mackage flagship store by Burdifilek, Montreal – Canada

May 17th, 2016

Backlit, wall-to-wall photography of Canada’s rocky mountains, sculptural marble displays in the shape of icebergs and trim black racks with thin marble shelves articulate each zone.

Poly ShowRoom by waa (we architech anonymous), Shanghai – China

May 17th, 2016

Subtle color was applied to the scrim fabric, yellow to black then grey finally the white, transitioning colors promotes changes in perception enhancing a sense of excitement, which interact with visitor’s mood.

Paddy Power office by ThirdWay Interiors, London – UK

May 16th, 2016

The 6 foot horse cantilevered on one hoof jumping through the reception into the boardroom is the memorable impression that Paddy Power are always looking to make.

A.P.C. store by Laurent Deroo, San Francisco – California

May 16th, 2016

Narrow, deep, and as said, with high ceilings, the space was stripped of anything ornate to show off the dimensions in their purest form. Playing on this depth, a number of presentation alcoves counter the corridor effect, while also highlighting items from the collection.

Aomori Apple Kitchen by fan Inc., Aomori – Japan

May 16th, 2016

The wooden partition has been created with concept of “drawing Oirase woods into the restaurant” and exquisitely create two spaces of active buffet area and comfortable dining area. Also with this wooden partition and lighting adjustment, light and shadow flip around from morning to night and it produces completely different atmospheres for breakfasts and dinners.

Innova Offices by MAD Architects, Moscow – Russia

May 15th, 2016

The idea of a non-standard interior was realized in the “broken” design of the central part of the building and recreational areas. The central staircase enhances the effect by breaking the geometry in the vertical plane.

Balenciaga, Master Of Lace exhibition by Hiruki studio, Getaria – Spain

May 11th, 2016

Hiruki studio has developed a museography and illustration project that aims to encourage the viewer to observe the filigree work of the lace and feel the textures, playing with it throughout the space, combining opacity and transparency, as the master of lace did in his creations.

GINA flagship store by Caulder Moore, London – UK

May 10th, 2016

Walls are panelled in cut grey marble stone, chevron flooring is assembled from silvered wood, and silk carpeting adds the luxury and comforts of home. Every item, structural or furniture has been individually commissioned and realised with flawless beauty.

Two Keys Public House by LS3P, Summerville – South Carolina

May 10th, 2016

This design includes pre-distressed materials which welcomed additional wear. Inexpensive reclaimed barn wood, worn antique salvaged materials, and exposed structural steel and concrete are utilized in their natural state.

Story Sarona store by Dan Troim, Tel Aviv – Israel

May 10th, 2016

The sense of connection between the different areas is also emphasized by using the same basic materials, such as iron, wood, marble, glass and brass, and only changing the language of the design.

DEXUS Place offices by Girvan Waugh, Brisbane – Australia

May 9th, 2016

The relationship of the river collaborates with the cityscape through the contrast of bespoke components such as neon signs, copper-piping and urban elements, with pebble-like carpet textures and colours which reflect Brisbane’s riverbed, water and local flora.

Xi Ding-Dumpling restaurant by RIGI DESIGN, Dalian – China

May 6th, 2016

The concept “comfort” drives the overall layout of the restaurant. In order to meet the demands of small gatherings, the lighting design creates a private cozy spatial feeling by using accent lighting strategy.

Ellassay flagship store by Stefano Tordiglione Design, Shenyang – China

May 4th, 2016

A grand chandelier at the entrance is inspired in design by a rose, and is suspended over display furniture that similarly recalls the shape of the flower, yet in a more stylized way.

Sylinghim office by Plot Architecture Office, Hong Kong

May 2nd, 2016

Timber and metal as contrasting materials further differentiate the sight lines, and the open edges and floating ceilings emphasize the openness of the space.

Spazio Di. showroom by Silvio Girolamo, Bitonto – Italy

May 2nd, 2016

The approach to the project was intentionally dosed by the use of a simplified color palette preferring the warm tones of light walnut and terracotta opposed to intense black lines and stripes that always gives a modern touch to the space.