Posts Tagged ‘transformation’

COMME des GARCONS store renewal by Rei Kawakubo, Berlin – Germany

September 18th, 2017

The transformation comes with a brand new interior, concocted by the brand’s elusive creative honcho Rei Kawakubo. the interior is largely defined by whitewashed walls, black linoleum flooring, and scaffolding-like metal frames are installed across the retail space, serving both as an optical embellishment of sorts, and attaching clothing racks wherever needed.

Transformation exhibition at Southern Guild, Cape Town – South Africa

December 9th, 2016



The participating creatives were asked to produce a piece that invites the audience to ask similar questions. The exhibition includes work by Chuma Maweni, Otto du Plessis, Dokter and Misses, Stanislaw Trzebinski and Madida Fani.

Generator hostel by Design Agency, Amsterdam – Netherlands

April 9th, 2016

The transformation of the premises has been inspired by both the history and park-side location of this former college building. The original lecture hall and science lab have been retained while other spaces have seen an equally meticulous transformation, using cool cartoon-like graphics and pops of colour.

Menegaki Helen & Moisaki Lida Pharmacy by Lefteris Tsikandilakis, Heraklion – Greece

July 27th, 2015



The biggest challenge and difficulty of the particular study was the transformation of the two separate spaces into one single pharmacy.

“Cuts & Colors” Aris Kalathakis Hairdresser by Manousos Leontarakis & Associates, Heraklion City, Crete – Greece

June 25th, 2015



A new project just got completed by the company Manousos Leontarakis & Associates.

Stanley Diamond Restaurant by Paul Bauer, Hollin+Radoske & e15, Frankfurt – Germany

June 5th, 2015

Stanley Diamond Restaurant by Paul Bauer, Hollin+Radoske & e15, Frankfurt – Germany

Faces commode/cabinet/sofa concept by Radmila Petrovic

February 1st, 2015

Unionmoda outlet center by STUDIO_A+D, Sant’Ippolito – Italy

May 13th, 2014

The restoration project of the building from an industrial area to a shopping area comes from the wish to keep the typological transformation process readable. A sort of “work in progress” in constant evolution and which will probably see new interventions in the future.

Combiwerk offices by i29 & VMX, Delft – Netherlands

October 24th, 2012

Being a completely closed off, monolithic grey space, the infusion of color re-invigorates the central common grounds using ‘colorful islands’ to create a more vivid foundation for the areas designated for users with psychological or mental limitations.

MAGNA R+R skincare & cosmetics by dedesign, Timisoara – Romania

June 11th, 2012

White in professional skincare and cosmetics language, means perfection and immaculate beauty. This element was the basis of the ambient design and furniture elements along with the concept of cocoon space (butterfly transformation, symbol as absolut beauty) bringing to life beauty and perfection.

PHARMACIES! Conde Lumiares pharmacy by MOBIL M, Alicante – Spain

April 8th, 2012

This spacious pharmacy interior interior design was quite a transformation. The gain in height has drawn an unparalleled designed. The architect was clear that if the ceiling is maintained at such a distance, there was a risk that the client will feel unprotected. So, they devised a system of suspended cylinders of different lengths varying from 2 to 4 meters in size to central shelves.

Arzu Kaprol store by Autoban, Istanbul

February 15th, 2012

Situated in Istanbul’s Galata district, a common ground for art galleries and specialized shops, Turkey’s respected fashion designer Arzu Kaprol displays her collections in a recently renovated historical building recognized as “Kamondo Inn‘. For the store’s transformation, Autoban conserved the original brick arch structure and designed everything around it.

Spiga 2 Il Primo Multi-Brand store Dolce & Gabbana, Milan

June 16th, 2011

The different cultures dissolve to create an innovative aesthetic language, where tradition looks to the future and fashion meets technology, and where one can live the hospitable and warm ambiances of yesteryear’s village shops.