Posts Tagged ‘steel frames’

Ampelmann office by Fokkema & Partners, Delft – Netherlands

April 3rd, 2017

A yellow frame of pipes with 3D printed joints marks the lunch counter. The reception and coffee bar are made of steel frames with polycarbonate sheets, inspired by the Ampelmann gangways offshore. The most omnipresent intervention however, is the double storey volume completely materialized in cork. It holds meeting-, workshop- and simulation rooms. A spacious stair is cut out of the cork volume.

Ccasa Hostel by TAK architects, NHA Trang – Vietnam

November 15th, 2016



This is a hostel for backpackers created on the motto that everyone around the world can be connected into a big family. Ccasa is built to function like a family house with cabin beds inside containers as bedrooms, shared area as kitchen and living room, terrace roof as play room, washing area as toilet and bathrooms.

Museum of Immortality installation by Nikolaus Hirsch and Michel Müller, Mexico City – Mexico

October 12th, 2016

Steel frames form the main structural system, with transparent and translucent perspex boxes slotted in between the gaps. The architects liken the shape the blocks create to a mausoleum and a space capsule.

Cointec offices by Dot Partners, Orihuela – Spain

September 27th, 2016

The material aspect of the project is characterized by the use of a continuous concrete floor, which connects every room of the office and harmonizes with the brushed stainless steel frames of the partitions.

Printa screen printing workshop by Architecture Uncomfortable Workshop, Budapest – Hungary

April 19th, 2016

The galvanized steel frames, the wall storage and the tables are all serving this purpose. The fixed elements such as the bar and the dressing area are appearing like strong, sculptural forms.

EN ROUTE store by Schemata Architects, Tokyo – Japan

February 17th, 2016

The running station dramatically connects the existing staggered floors with approximately 3.7-meter gap in between, generating active “movements”- which is one of main design elements constituting the space.

Retail Stand for Geszeft by Joanna Kubieniec, Katowice – Poland

February 6th, 2016

Retail stand can be taken at various events and fashion shows. It is made up of several separate blocks of simple forms and two steel frames. Depending on the available space owners can compose them in a different ways to create variable layouts exhibition.

Max Mara Store by Duccio Grassi Architects, Beijing – China

January 14th, 2016



DUCCIO GRASSI ARCHITECTS designs the new MAX MARA flagship store in Beijing, more than 700 sqm on four levels in a main luxury district of the Chinese capital city.

Nedvest Capital Headquarters by Studio Aa & Petra van Roon, Amsterdam – Netherlands

September 7th, 2015



Studio Aa has transformed a former boiler house in Amsterdam Zuid into a contemporary office for Nedvest investment company.

Diluvium installation by Lee Bul, London – UK

January 20th, 2015

South Korean artist Lee Bul titled her architectural installation Diluvium, a former name for glacial drift.

Slundre Hair Salon by BHIS, Iwaki – Japan

January 13th, 2015

The construction of the LVL functions structurally, and the steel frame which derived from an existing steel frame supports its structure. All LVL which becomes a wall, a shelf board and furniture is the shape of the triangle.

CABANE de ZUCCa SHIBUYA PARCO shop by Schemata Architects, Tokyo – Japan

October 2nd, 2014

Chromate treated steel, a different kind of galvanization process, is used as the main material. We intend to differentiate itself from the past by changing the finish and the texture of the material. Chromate treated steel frames, which are composed of unit components to meet various needs, are installed in the simple shop space.

Zola fashion store by Judith van Mourik, Rotterdam – Netherlands

September 10th, 2014

Zola juxtaposes masculine and feminine elements. Exposed brickwork, timber and steel frames are used throughout in contrast to softer elements like pink curtains and copper light fittings.

Mayfair House by Squire and Partners, London – UK

August 26th, 2014



Squire and Partners approached their commission to design a private house as a crafted building, sensitive to its Mayfair Conservation Area context but with a unique contemporary presence.

Scraplights Drum Series lamps by Graypants

May 5th, 2014

The Scraplight Drum Series features handmade cardboard shades, elevated by steel frames and frosted glass diffusers.

New Horizons Cinema by BUCK.ARCHITEKCI, Wroclaw – Poland

February 25th, 2013

This intuitive set, which was the core of the whole equipment, was complemented by purposefully eclectic mix of vintage furniture and traditional rugs. This combination is, on the one hand – the peculiar aesthetic challenge, but on the other hand – invitation for the visitors to freely rearrange the equipment for their own needs and activities.

Bruijn chocolate store by Kaleido architecture, Mumbai

January 7th, 2013

We have used existing steel rafters to lend a unique personality to this heritage space by highlighting them with the brand color orange. Steel frames are hung on the exposed brick wall to display packaging options for the chocolates.

Goldberger loft office by Tervhivatal, Budapest – Hungary

October 31st, 2012

Hungarian architects Zsanett Benedek and Daniel Lakos (Tervhivatal) have created an office in Budapest in the loft of the former textile factory named Goldberger by building boxes.

The Grounds of Alexandria café by Caroline Choker, Sydney

October 10th, 2012

A former warehouse and 1900s pie factory, The Grounds is a café, restaurant, artisan bakery and coffee roasting facility rolled into one, that opens onto an urban kitchen garden. Internally the fit-out creates a rustic, inviting atmosphere with contemporary highlights.

Wax Revolution Polanco depilation salon by ROW Studio, Mexico City

May 21st, 2012

Wax Revolution, a new epilation chain based in Mexico, hired us for the design of their second branch in the upscale neighborhood of Polanco in Mexico City. With the goal of setting a new standard on what they regard as artistry in hair removal, they sought for designed spaces for their boutique salons that would be as unique as their services.