A single module in each houses all of the necessary facilities including a bed, office, bathroom, kitchenette and storage space. In addition, a pair of double-height duplex units accommodate two of the modules, stacked one above the other, with the higher box resting on a structural beam that crosses the space.
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All materials are solid to give a sense of permanence and consistency. Ageing element is actually kept in account as an added value in recognizing the beauty of the signs of times on a solid surface. Material board was made by looking at typical fisherman house where like a patchwork a variety of textures and materials are assembled together.
A company with 130 years of experience, Royal Mosa is a world-leading tile specialist, offering a high-end range of ceramic floor tiles, wall tiles and façade elements. Founded in 1883, the company’s headquarters and factories remain until today in the city’s outskirts, highlighting Royal Mosa’s dedication to its origin.
The store has a dynamic product range that will change according to the season. The stainless steel metroshelf systems, one of the symbols of Dean & Deluca, have been used. A visual richness is created on these shelves, stocking up various products and food ascendantly one after the other, which come from every part of the world.
Different, but always with the Loreak Mendian touch: that´s how we could describe the brand´s concept stores, in which the previous purpose of any chosen space, or its location, help define its aesthetics. In Bayonne the walls remain bare, cracked and imperfect; this combines nicely with the symmetry of the wooden furniture and the hydraulic tiles typical of early-20th Century buildings.
Stand’s main design icon was the archway that lies on through stand area from begining to the end. Floors and ceilings of this arch was covered with NG Kutahya Seramik’s tiles, so everywhere was an exhbition area. All exterior columns surrounded by big transparent stars made up of Serge Ferrari textiles and led wall washers. These details reflected Kutahya’s ‘bright future’ expectation.
The topology of the floor slabs served as a guideline for the scheme. Marble, mirrors, tiles – as well as Michel Boyer’s geometric, rectilinear chandeliers – fill the voluminous space. Warmth arrives in the interior through soft olive-green tones – the same colour that’s found in the Connemara green marble and plush velvet seating.