The entry sequence is initiated by the insertion of a warm Ipe wood-lined portico leading to a darkly rendered upper level lobby where lace patterned panels and molding coincide in juxtaposition to polished concrete and blackened steel plate.
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The insertion of a thickened, cabinetry wall into the existing tenancy creates the consultation room as a contained space within the larger volume. The wall incorporates storage and habitable niches; by blurring the line between carpentry and cabinetry, the project carefully integrates fitout, furniture and furnishing elements to create a unified whole.
While the austerity of the design is reinforced by the neon light fixtures, installed in rows overhead, the fluffy pink carpet flooring simultaneously provides a softer, welcoming edge. The store is furnished by only a few items. Sleek metal clothing racks are attached to the wall and most of the storage is cleverly hidden behind sliding doors. The minimalist setting really makes the clothes pop.
The Den Haag store features a glass façade with a massive traditional wooden door, emphasizing both the bank’s transparency and its strength and reliability. Inside the store is divided into two main areas: one is focused on financial advice and personal service, and the other on modern banking and automation.
German designer Florian Gross has conceived ‘Konnex’, an interactive expandable shelving system for Müller Möbelwerkstätten. The project is aimed for users who enjoy constantly reconfiguring and organizing their surroundings. The slot system is comprised of three modules, which can be individually arranged to form a shelf unit.
Hungarian textile designer Kata Monus has created an experimental storage piece in which soft material is organically integrated with wood in a way that it breaks free of the customary standards of furniture manufacturing. Textile goes beyond its application and becomes an independent component of the object, connecting the two ashen elements as a knitted structure running through holes.
‘Colorfoto’ grew and needed a Megastore. We tried to organize the space in a large and clean way, attempting to highlight the ampleness of the store despite the various happenings. The pavement and the ceiling, in white, contrast with the set of cabinets that cover the walls, designed in a way to serve as storage and display.