Posts Tagged ‘steel framework’

SFD booth at Euroshop 2017

April 9th, 2017

We wanted to create something unexpected in a sea of exhibition stands. SFD’s vision, communicated from the outside and throughout, builds momentum as the visitor moves through the structure and becomes more familiar with the brand.

Shingle covered pavilion by Giles Miller, Surrey – UK

September 15th, 2016

Shingles inscribed with personal messages cover this squat hilltop pavilion, created by British designer Giles Miller as a rest stop for ramblers.

Mad Giant brewery and restaurant by Haldane Martin, Johannesburg – South Africa

September 9th, 2016

Inside, long beer-hall tables with sandblasted, black-stained table tops and swivel bar stools facilitate social interaction among large groups and strangers, encouraging flexible and spontaneous movement and conversation.

Les Cinq Paris showroom-atelier by DI.D Studio, Paris – France

April 30th, 2016

The walls are marked by a strong graphic presence: wide perforated metal sheets are ready for countless display combinations, made possible thanks to ever changing small shelves and hooks.

Jointed Cube Furniture Collection by Filip Janssens

August 24th, 2015



Filip Janssens’ modular volumes offer a new experience of outdoor space

Urbanista Café by Caulder Moore, Dbayeh & Achrafieh – Lebanon

July 14th, 2015



Caulder Moore design two new sites for lifestyle café concept Urbanista

Ginette Concept Store by Raed Abillama Architects, Beirut – Lebanon

September 4th, 2013

Situated in the heart of Gemmayzeh, a neighborhood heavily frequented for its range of bars and restaurants, “Ginette” stands as an elegant understatement. Interior architecture is kept to a subtle minimum, with the intention of supporting the concept and contents of “Ginette,” rather than overwhelming them.

Hermès La Montre pavilon by Toyo Ito, Basel – Switzerland

May 10th, 2013

At Baselworld 2013, the Hermes presentation gives an impression of lightness and an open feel. The new La Montre pavilion has been designed by Japanese architect Toyo Ito and is essentially a two-story box with steel framework and a second inner structure made of wood, glass and metal.

Café del Arco by Clavel Arquitectos, Murcia – Spain

November 6th, 2011

In order to get a continuous space terrace-café, it was necessary to apply architectural mechanisms, able to dissolve the boundaries between the building and public space. From the very first sketch, a winding cul-de-sac layout was the leitmotif that let us deal with all those heterogeneous conditions.

Prince chair by Louise Campbell for Hay

August 25th, 2011

Prince Chair was originally designed for a competition setting the task of creating a chair for His Royal Highness the Crown Prince of Denmark. The seat is an allusion to the old paper cuttings of H. C. Andersen and gives the chair a comforting lightness and softness contrasting the steel framework.

Louis Vuitton Underground store, Tokyo

July 11th, 2011

Despite the hassle that such an incident might create to customers and the company, Louis Vuitton found an interesting approach to deal with it! They seized the opportunity and designed the underground level to a concept store, while passing the message to its clients and visitors that we are “under construction” and in transition!