Archive for the ‘Bar’ Category
Saturday, March 17th, 2012
Article source: Project Orange
192 Shoreham Street is a Victorian industrial brick building sited at the edge of the Cultural Industries Quarter Conservation Area of Sheffield. It is not listed but considered locally significant. The completed development seeks to rehabilitate the once redundant building, celebrate its industrial heritage and make it relevant to its newly vibrant context. The brief was to provide mixed use combining a desirable double height restaurant/bar within the original shell (capitalising on the raw industrial character of the existing building) with duplex studio office units above. These are accommodated in an upward extension of the existing building in a contrasting but complementary volume, a replacement for the original pitched roof.
192 Shoreham Street
- Architects: Project Orange
- Project: Shoreham Street
- Location: Sheffield, South Yorkshire, UK
- Client: Neaversons Ltd
- Project Manager: J P Mooney Ltd
- Structural Engineer: Project Design Associates
Friday, March 9th, 2012
Article source: Atelier Veloso Architects
The Bar “La Bohème” (entre amis) is located in the “Galeria de Paris” street, amidst the downtown area of Porto. The redesign sought to implement and structuralize the space, creating its own identity. The solution was formalized through the texture and the colour of the wood, which defines the space and provides depth to the structure’s design. This structure, which was placed along the corridors and namely at the walls and ceiling, allows to subvert the whole appearance of the space, appealing to its visitors sense of discovery.
Image Courtesy José Campos
- Architects: Atelier Veloso Architects
- Project: Bar “La Bohème Entre Amis”
- Location: Porto, Portugal
- Site: Rua Galeria de Paris, 36/40 – Porto, Portugal
- Client: Alberto Nuno Oliveira da Fonseca
- Office: AVA – Atelier Veloso Architects (AVA-Architects)
- Architects: Carlos Jorge Coelho Veloso / Rui Filipe Coelho Veloso
- Project: 01.07.2011 / 30.09.2011
- Construction: 01.10.2011 / 30.11.2011
- Photographer: José Campos – Arqf.net
- General Contractor: ConstruPóvoas (Sr. Manuel Póvoas e Sr. Tiago Póvoas)
- Constructed surface: 165,00 sq
- Materials: Wood, glass and metallic structure.
Tuesday, February 21st, 2012
Article source: Marc&Co
While Australia’s lane way phenomenon has been primarily about Melbourne and in more recent times Sydney, a small bar has just opened in Brisbane that attempts to put a pair of shoes on the casual barefooted bar culture of the Sunshine State. Super Whatnot is located in Burnett Lane in the middle of the CBD. Surrounded by alternative EMO youth and hobos salvaging cigarettes it’s the perfect destination for the city’s first serious lane way bar.
- Architect: Marc&Co
- Name of Project: Super Whatnot
- Location: Brisbane, Australia
Sunday, February 12th, 2012
Article source: T3 Architecture Asia
Designed by the studios “T3 Architecture Asia” and “Less Is More Design”, this elegant Lounge bar follows the thematic of the Sins. The design was pushed down to the smallest details (furniture, artwork, curtains selection, lighting), in collaboration with local enterprises as to show it’s possible to provide a high level of quality (design and construction) within a reasonable budget in Vietnam. Architects voluntarily seek to distinguish the different areas corresponding to theseven deadly sins, while keeping the entire unit (level ground resin, stucco wall, styleof furniture).
- Architect: T3 Architecture Asia & Less Is More Design
- Name of Project: Sin Lounge Bar in Saigon
- Location: Saigon, Vietnam
- Interior Designers: Charles & Tereza GALLAVARDIN – Julien SMITH – Laure LETINOIS – architects/graphics
- Client: Trung Thuy Group
Wednesday, February 8th, 2012
Article source: Kosuke Kajikawa
It is a bar located in a shopping district in Shimokitazawa. Looking at the bare dismantled concrete space, we decided to carefully minimize what we added to the space. For the interior design of the store, materials and colors were purposefully selected to be simple and minimalist. We balanced with scrupulous care what to remodel and what to leave. We thought an unostentatious design could produce a space that would become a background of the visitor,the furniture and music by making the most of the virtue the space had originally had.
- Architect: Kosuke Kajikawa/MuFF Co.,Ltd.
- Name of Project: Memphiskyodai
- Location: Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Japan
- Client: Memphiskyodai
- Typology: Bar
- Total ﬂoor area: 44.500sqm
- Design year: 2011.02 – 2011.04
- Construction year: 2011.05 – 2011.06
Thursday, February 2nd, 2012
Article source: a01 architects
Soul Box restaurant / bar is located on the main party street of Vilnius city, bearing the same name. The bars’ interior design concept is based on simplicity: two separate spaces – the restaurant / bar and the dance floor. The main axis of Soul Box is an 8m long bar, wrapped in square plywood structure elements, which easily transform into shelves, handrails or lamps. The versatility of the structure elements is what helps create the ambiance of the bar. Building structure and other elements of the old premises, which match the interior, have been uncovered. Soul box has resurrected the architectural heritage of a bygone era, of a building that perhaps for a bit too long, was left empty.
- Architect: a01 architects
- Name of Project: Soul box
- Location: Vilnius city, Lithuania
Friday, January 27th, 2012
Article source: DOSE
The BLUETUBE BAR presents the TUBE-IT system as a feasible and flexible low-cost constructive resource. This system is based on the assembly of “corrugated tube” and “plastic clamps” and it has recently been tested in the construction of a temporary bar for the annual academic festival in Porto – [Queima das Fitas do Porto 2010].
- Architects: DOSE
- Project: Bluetube Bar
- Location: Porto, Portugal
- Team: António Martins, Carlos Foyedo, Luís Grilo
Tuesday, January 24th, 2012
Article source: Les Architectes Fabg
The new building of Théâtre la Licorne like the theater company that runs it , La Manufacture, has a strong bond with its surrounding area. It tends to communicate with the city and reflects the type of theater that it produces: straightforward and urban. Aesthetic choices made during the design phase also reflects the idea of “manufacture”: Simplicity of form and the use of raw materials: glass, metal, concrete, brick… Apparent structure, ventilation ducts and plumbing. Elements borrowed from industrial buildings: cable trays, concrete floors.
Images Courtesy Steve Montpetit
- Architect: Les Architectes Fabg – Eric Gauthier
- Name of the Project: Théâtre La Licorne
- Location: 4559 Avenue Papineau, Quebec, Canada
- Customer Name: art direction the Manufacture
- Team: Steve Montpetit, André Lavoie, Dominique Potvin, François Verville
- Photographer: Steve Montpetit
- Software used: Autocad 2010 for construction plans and Form-Z 6.0 for the 3d renderings
Friday, December 23rd, 2011
Article source: Barker Freeman Design Office
With these two proposals for a bar in the East Village in Manhattan, we employed a striking silhouette on the faÃ§ade to bring presence to the space on the street. With House Bar, we used painted, perforated MDF panels to continue the house profile on the interior, which terminates in a DJ booth at the end of the room. Lighting filters through the perforations to provide ambient illumination.
- Architects: Barker Freeman Design Office
- Project: House Bar / Cave Bar
- Location: Manhattan, New York
- Software used: Generative Components and Maxwell.
Saturday, November 26th, 2011
Article source: José Carlos Cruz
For years, Porto Downtown was a day-time zone. This was the civic center and buildings were occupied by offices and commercial stores. The gentrification phenomenon made people move to periferic and cheaper zones, leaving housing buildings empty and a desert atmosphere at night.
Image Courtesy FG+SG
- Architects: José Carlos Cruz Arquitecto
- Project: Baixa Bar
- Location: Porto, Portugal
- Area: 120 m2
- Design time: November 2009
- Construction time: October 2010
- Architect: JOSÉ CARLOS CRUZ, ARQUITECTO
- Civil engineer: A400_Francisco Bernardo
- Mechanics Engineer: GET_Raul Bessa
- Photography: FG+SG – Fotografia de arquitectura
- Software used: AutoCAD