Archive for the ‘Bar’ Category
Thursday, May 24th, 2018
Article source: ALLESWIRDGUT ARCHITEKTUR ZT GMBH
A new type of social business: Caritas and AllesWirdGut have developed a concept that redefines hospitality.
A house for tourists visiting Vienna and for refugees, all under one roof.
A hotel with an unconventional concept and an inspiring history that is operated to professional standards—this is how the most recent project of AllesWirdGut Architects, initiated by magdas, the social business subsidiary of Caritas Austria, can be described, the magdas Hotel in Vienna’s Prater district.
Image Courtesy © AllesWirdGut Architecture / Guilherme Silva Da Rosa
- Architects: ALLESWIRDGUT ARCHITEKTUR ZT GMBH (Johanna Aufner)
- Project: Magdas Hotel
- Location: Laufbergergasse 12, 1020 Vienna
- Photography: AllesWirdGut Architecture / Guilherme Silva Da Rosa
- Client: Caritas Services GmbH
- Collaborators: Andrea Zuniga Espinoza, Simon Höbel
- Specialists / Architectural Engineers: 3: 0 Landscape architecture
- Building Costs: 1.5 million EUR
- Gross Floor Area BGF / GBA: 6,460 m²
- Start of Construction: August 2014
- Completion: February 2015
Monday, May 21st, 2018
Article source: SHH Architecture & Interior Design
Renowned for hosting some of the world’s leading conferences and exhibitions, ExCeL London went through an extensive re-design and upgrade to make food and drink part of a memorable visitor experience and become internationally renowned for its hospitality. Although food and drink has always been an important part of the day out at ExCeL London, it is now seen as a key enabler of successful event outcomes.
Image Courtesy © SHH Architecture & Interior Design
Friday, May 18th, 2018
Article source: YoDezeen studio
The new fish restaurant CATCH is located in the heart of Kiev – 12 Vladimirskaya st. The owners of the place, La Famiglia team, hosted together everything appreciated by true gourmets. Here you can find the most extensive selection of fish and seafood in the capital, 8 kinds of oysters, 150 kinds of champagne, and a large assortment of white wines – more than 200 kinds.
Image Courtesy © Andrii Shurpenkov
- Architects: YoDezeen studio
- Project: Fish Restaurant Catch
- Location: Kiev, Ukraine
- Photography: Andrii Shurpenkov
- Team: Artem Zverev, Arthur Sharf, Anna Tarabanova, Alexandra Popova, Kristina Galyuta, Denis Tereshyn
- Area: 560 m2
- Year: 2017
Wednesday, May 9th, 2018
Article source: goCstudio
Seattle-based goCstudio, an architecture studio known for its innovative work and collaborations with artists and craftsmen, has completed the new office expansion for Substantial which occupies the upper floor of a historic building in the heart of Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.
Substantial is a digital product studio that was founded in 2006 and moved into the 100-year-old building in 2013. goCstudio was brought on board to redesign the entire 14,000-square-foot upper floor of the building to create an open plan office that would accommodate the growing needs of the company.
Image Courtesy © Kevin Scott
- Architects: goCstudio
- Project: Substantial
- Location: Seattle, Washington, USA
- Photography: Kevin Scott
- Project Team: Jon Gentry AIA, Aimée O’Carroll ARB
- Builder: Montlake Accociates, llc
- Owner: Substantial
Sunday, May 6th, 2018
Article source: Teresa Sapey Estudio de Arquitectura
The Petit Palace Santa Barbara is located in an old palace in Alonso Martinez plaza, making it its own right in a surprising and captivating space in the heart of Madrid.
Given the characteristics of the building and its large courtyard, Teresa Sapey Studio projected a magical place to accompany the romantic spirit of the building. A wild garden but cozy at the same time, in which anyone would retreat from the city’s chaos. It was thought a complete renovati on to transform an old and dowdy wasted space in a reference point among the terraces of the capital. The first step was to color the walls, which would brought light and spaciousness to the box in which the courtyard is located. Many large plants and trees of different leaf were used to convert this space into a vegetable urban oasis. And finally, three different zones were created to provide various customer services; an outdoor dining area, a cocktail bar and the wider one, a rest area where you relax in front of the large fireplace. The furniture plays a very important role into the decoration, national furniture firms are combined with prestigious Italian brands to achieve the best contemporary design that keeps functionality and comfort in the same way. The touches that recall the design of Teresa Sapey are clearly recognizable in its entirety. From the walls painted in aquamarine green, a hydraulic tile designed ad hoc for the space or a light garland are touches that will make this terrace turn into one of the places to be in Madrid.
Image Courtesy © Asier Rua
Thursday, April 26th, 2018
Article source: Golucci Interior Architects
Goose Hut, as the name suggests, is the home of geese. Actually, it also implies the people’s habitat of life. As an old Chinese saying goes, geese fly to their home as people returning home. Returning home, the instinct and nature, shared by both geese and human beings, is contained in the name – ‘Goose Hut Bistro’.
Maybe you do not know the Goose Hut Bistro, you will certainly feel her warmth and sincerity as long as you stepping into the restaurant. We set a distinct position for the goose hut bistro at the beginning of our design.
Image Courtesy © Luluxi
- Architects: Golucci International Design
- Project: The Goose Hut Bistro
- Location: Beijing, China
- Photography: Luluxi
- Client: The Goose Hut Bistro
- Designer Team: LEE Hsuheng , ZHAO Shuang ,ZHENG Yanan ,MA Dongjie
- Area: 280㎡
- Completion Date: Jan.2018
Monday, April 23rd, 2018
Article source: KENGO KUMA AND ASSOCIATES
The project took place in Kichijoji (one of Tokyo’s suburban towns)’s Harmonica Yokochi, a wondrous bystreet that still retains the atmosphere of black-market stalls during the post-World War II period. We designed the interior for a small Yakitori bar that sits on the edge of the street.
Image Courtesy © Erieta Attali
- Architects: KENGO KUMA AND ASSOCIATES
- Project: Tetchan Yakitori Bar
- Location: 1-1-2 Kichijoji-Honmachi Musashino city, Tokyo, Japan
- Photography: Erieta Attali
Thursday, April 19th, 2018
Article source: Lagranja Design
Capgrossos (typical burlesque giant papier-mâché masks which are carried in annual local festivals) or porrones (wine jugs) used as lamps are an example of changing the way typical Catalan culture elements are used to give those who come in at Nandu Jubany’s new restaurant in Singapore a wink.
Image Courtesy © Caleb Ming, Nicholas Goh and Shade Photography
- Architects: Lagranja Design
- Project: FOC Restaurant
- Location: 40 Hong Kong Street, Singapore 059679
- Photography: Caleb Ming, Nicholas Goh and Shade Photography
- Client: Nandu Jubany
- Cost Estimate: 500,000$
- Useful Area: 170 m2
- End of Work: October, 2014
Thursday, April 19th, 2018
Article source: STUDIO MODIJEFSKY
Studio Modijefsky was invited to design the interior of Holy Smoke; a new Bar/Restaurant in a historic building on the corner of Tiendplein, Rotterdam.
Previously the building was divided into two commercial spaces; one of which was a cigar shop. As part of the recent renovation these spaces have been combined into one brighter space. With windows on all three sides, the space offers great visual connectivity with the square and the neighbourhood. Studio Modijefsky has used this quality to enhance the interior; the openness is reflected inside. The space has an orientation towards the street and towards the square; centrally positioned, the bar strengthens this concept. Around the bar, the rest of the space forms itself, consisting of an open space on the ground floor, a souterrain and an entresol area.
Image Courtesy © Maarten Willemstein
- Architects: STUDIO MODIJEFSKY
- Project: Holy Smoke
- Location: Rotterdam, The Netherlands
- Photography: Maarten Willemstein
- Client: Ron Sterk & Cornel Wink
- Design: Studio Modijefsky; Esther Stam, Zahra Rajaei, Natalia Nikolopoulou, Kristina Petrauskaite, Gonçalo Moreira, Tessa de Wilde
- Size: 240 m²
Monday, April 16th, 2018
Article source: dongqi Architects
Le Poulet designed by dongqi Architects is a restaurant and bar located in Shenzhen, China, and the total area is around 100 square meters. In this project, the main concept is to add a steel mezzanine to maximize the usable space in the building. During the process of design, in order to minimize the effect of the mezzanine on the original ground floor, the architect chooses to suspend the whole steel structure. As a main element of the design, the steel mezzanine is designed by the architect after discussing with the structral engineer and a good amount of elaborate caculation. A curved steel bar which is calculated accurately goes through the fins of the balustrade. Visually it creates an elegent curve and leads the movement of the space. Structrally, part of the fins of the balustrade are transformed into a load bearing component, while functionally, the others could still play the role of balustrade. The entire steel structure looks like a musical instrument and the shape gives a sense of spacial rhythm.
Image Courtesy © dongqi Architects
- Architects: dongqi Architects
- Project: Le Poulet Restaurant & Bar
- Location: Shenzhen, China