Posts Tagged ‘washington dc’

Aesop store by Tacklebox, Washington DC

February 22nd, 2017

The studio, led by designer Jeremy Barbour, again opted to recycle a high volume of material at this retail space in DC. The team took 30,000 southern pine sticks – traditionally used to dry leaves at Georgetown’s tobacco barns – and repurposed them as a wall covering. The individual rectangle-section rods were cut and arranged into an uneven mosaic across the eastern wall of the corner unit, creating a “dynamic rippled surface”.

Labyrinth installation at the National Building Museum by Bjarke Ingels Group, Washington DC

September 6th, 2016

The maze’s straightforward concept is clearly put forward by the studio’s founder architect Bjarke Ingels: ‘As you travel deeper into a maze, your path typically becomes more convoluted. What if we invert this scenario and create a panopticon that brings clarity and visual understanding upon reaching the heart of the labyrinth?’

Raise/Raze installation by Hou de Sousa, Washington DC

July 22nd, 2016

The intervention called Raise/Raze invited visitors to construct and deconstruct the interior of a defunct underground tunnel, using block-like modules made of glued-together plastic balls.

Icebergs installation by James Corner Field Operations, Washington DC

July 7th, 2016

James Corner Field Operations has installed the prismatic, shard-like forms – which range in height from five to 17 metres – inside the museum’s Great Hall.

Summit Consulting Offices by DBI Architects, Washington DC

January 17th, 2016



DBI Architects have designed the new offices of Summit Consulting located in Washington DC.

Treliant Offices by OTJ Architects, Washington DC

January 4th, 2016



OTJ Architects have designed the new offices of risk advisory firm Treliant located in Washington DC.

American Gaming Association Offices by OTJ Architects, Washington DC

December 8th, 2015

The ceiling from reception through the pantry draws one through the space, mimicking the configuration of a roulette table and the wedged slots. There is also a ticker – complete with betting lines, odds and scores that are constantly updated – that runs throughout the office that establishes movement and flow all the way down the main circulation corridor.

iHeartMedia Offices by Design Republic, Washington DC

October 26th, 2015



Design Republic has designed the new offices of iHeartMedia located in Washington DC.

Centrolina Restaurant by CORE, Washington, DC

September 10th, 2015



Centrolina, located in Washington DC, was designed by architecture/design firm CORE.

Nuclear Energy Institute Offices by FOX Architects & Wingate Hughes, Washington DC

July 22nd, 2015



FOX Architects worked with Wingate Hughes to create a new office space for the Nuclear Energy Institute‘s Washington DC offices.

The Beach Installation by Snarkitecture at the National Building Museum, Washington DC

July 17th, 2015



Snarkitecture fills Washington DC museum with nearly one million plastic balls

RareSweets patisserie by CORE, Washington, DC

March 2nd, 2015

RareSweets, located in Washington’s CityCenterDC, was designed by architecture/design firm CORE.

The Big Stick Bar & Restaurant by CORE, Washington, DC

March 1st, 2015

The Big Stick Bar & Restaurant by CORE, Washington, DC

Founding Farmers casual dining restaurant by Core Architecture, Washington, DC

January 26th, 2015

Founding Farmers casual dining restaurant by Core Architecture, Washington, DC

COMET Ping Pong pizza restaurant, bar by Core Architecture, Washington, DC

May 26th, 2014

Steel-framed tables and booths with reclaimed wood seats are fixed along the perimeter walls, with a 24-seat communal table placed through the central space. A grid filled with acrylic panels conceals the kitchen where the sculptural pizza oven anchors the end of the bar.

Bank Of Georgetown by Core Architecture, Washington, DC

January 30th, 2014

The branch pays homage to the historic jazz neighborhood with larger-than-life photomurals of pianist Duke Ellington who once lived in the area. In keeping with our philosophy of ecological design, CORE preserved over fifty percent of the original tenant construction, conserving both resources and money.

Glen’s Garden Market shop by Studio3877, Washington DC

June 21st, 2013

The project team at Studio3877 went to Detroit and Philadelphia to study the local market economies and best practices in both cities. Their research inspired the resulting 4,800-square-foot market which features stained natural wood shelving, LED lighting, large display cases, pops of a color coined “Glen’s Green,” and community-driven offerings such as an onsite chef preparing dishes in an open kitchen and cooking classes for the market’s shoppers.

CCTV offices by Lawson Architecture & Workspaces LLC, Washington DC

November 22nd, 2012

The office itself is divided has a number of workstation styles – from the open and collaborative newsroom areas to the semi private enclosed spaces. There are also many different styles of meeting spaces for both large and small groups, and for both formal and informal occasions. I really like the symmetry of the boardroom pictured above.

ICE CREAM! Bluberi frozen yogurt shop by Emmanuelle Moureaux, Woodbridge – USA

July 27th, 2012

Recently opened outside of Washington DC in Woodbridge, Virgina, ‘Bluberi’ is a frozen yogurt shop designed by french-born Tokyo-based architect Emmanuelle Moureaux. The health-conscious brand wanted a delicious, fun and healthy theme to create a memorable impression upon customers, supporting the company’s future expansion plans.