Posts Tagged ‘stone walls’

Atlas Hoi An Hotel by Vo Trong Nghia Architects, Hoi An – Vietnam

January 6th, 2017

The walls of the structure are built from locally-sourced sandstone blocks, set between exposed concrete floor slabs. It is these slabs that support the vertically arranged concrete planters. Filled with greenery, the planters offer shade to corridors located behind, and allow the breeze to naturally ventilate them.

Samsung NEXT Office by EN Studio , Tel Aviv – Israel

December 25th, 2016

The basement floor is dedicated to group meetings and conference rooms – where we kept the original brick walls, remaining light and warm thanks to the addition of fun and colorful items.

Chanel pop-up stores, Paris – France

December 12th, 2016

Further enhancing the chosen aesthetic are black linear clothes rails, matching displays in mesh metal, and wooden console tables mounted on glass supports.

Apple Regent Street store by Foster + Partners, London – UK

October 24th, 2016

The walls and staircases are made from sandblasted stone, while the balustrade – seemingly carved in to the wall – has a smooth, curved, and honed finish that is pleasant to touch.

Hermana República by Muñoz Arquitectos, Merida – Mexico

October 19th, 2016

The traditional “stone walls” of Yucatán, are represented by gabion walls in which they inserted some PVC tubes to allow the wind to pass through.

Levidi Suites by DIP Architects, Levidi – Greece

October 11th, 2016

The aesthetic is defined by the stone walls, traditional wooden ceilings and floors, luxurious furnishing, fireplaces in each room and bathrooms in marble with golden details.

Hunter Gatherer Restaurant and Bar by TRIAD China, Shanghai – China

September 12th, 2016

Painted wooden crates serve as lighting features and brand recognition factor and white brick walls featuring rough wooden surfaces deliver a farm-like feel that invites customers to enjoy healthy and safe food in a welcoming environment.

Petropoulou Agapi pharmacy by Lefteris Tsikandilakis, Gerani Rethimno – Greece

August 4th, 2016

The finest addition to this study was the plainly colourful illumination which embraced the stone dome roof and combined with the backlights on the product shelves induced a calm, old world scholarly atmosphere.

Yingliang Stone Archive by Atelier Alter, Beijing – China

June 17th, 2016

We combine steel and stone construction in perforation, suspension and inclination to represent the authenticity of stone in a new way. Stone becomes the subject but also the background of the show.

La Garçonnière concept store by Studio BEAU FAIRE, Paris – France

April 11th, 2016

The space design consists in a series of corners: The coffee bar and it’s delicacies, the dandy’s dressing, the traveler’s cottage, the barber’s living room, the canopy and the shoes corner. Each one telling their own story, as the different rooms in a living place.

Sojitz Reit Advisors office by Canuch, Tokyo – Japan

March 1st, 2016

For the layout, we created a spread out working space, which would stimulate communication, by positioning a collaboration area within the line of flow from the visitors’ zone to the office area, and enclosing it in glass, enabling it to be viewable from the work area.

Sosein resaturant by toc. designstudio, Nuremberg – Germany

February 16th, 2016

The interior colors follow a reduced pallet to allow the food to be the main attraction. Specific color accents are done by decorative items which result from one of the menue ingredients and change therefor together with the menue 4 – 6 times a year.

Platform 61 restaurant by DUA, Dublin – Ireland

February 10th, 2016

With brass dominating the interior, all other elements would simply act as a backdrop. Thus the original interior was stripped back to the core exposing the existing stone walls and concrete floors.

Son Brull Hotel & Spa by Forteza Aparicio Interiores, Mallorca – Spain

April 20th, 2015

Son Brull Hotel & Spa by Forteza Aparicio Interiores, Pollença, Mallorca – Spain

Max Mara flagship store by Duccio Grassi Architects, Hong Kong

January 20th, 2013

The 450-sq-m shop on a main shopping street in Hong Kong was intended to be both elegant and warm – limiting the use of steel materials, although a ‘second skin’ of steel and glass cocoons the interior of the shop, and porous stone walls decorate some of the upper floor rooms.

Marques de Riscal wine store by Marketing-Jazz, Elciego – Spain

October 7th, 2011

The owners firmly believed that Marques de Riscal was not just a winery, but a lifestyle brand. This had to be reflected in the merchandise mix of the shop.

Stone Walls by Lithos Design

June 6th, 2011

These artistic walls are inspired by the steady and determined hand of a sculptor, brought to life on a grand scale using modern technology, resulting in precise patterns that would be otherwise impossible. These modern textured walls are at their height with the interplay of light and shadow, which emphasizes their 3D design.