Archive for the ‘Boutique’ Category
Tuesday, April 29th, 2014
Article source: EOA/Elmslie Osler Architect
The new offices of the Paris based digital photo retouching studio B’Pong were designed to help launch their presence in New York City. The entry space and central conference area are wrapped in stacked homasote, to create a sense of mass and weight, a counterpoint to the light coming from skylights above. The workspace beyond is accessed through a door in the mass and reveals glowing workstations. These are encased in corrugated resin and perforated metal screen, creating a moiré effect around the desks.
Image Courtesy © EOA/Elmslie Osler Architect
Sunday, December 22nd, 2013
Article source: Sid Lee Architecture
MaisonBirks, Canada’s leading jeweller founded in Montreal in 1879, , mandated Sid Lee Architecture to revisit its visual identity, redefine its boutique experience, which had until then remained traditional, and develop the first single-brand boutique, where only Maison Birks’ creations would be offered. Two new boutiques were built simultaneously in Quebec (Quartier DIX30) and in Ontario (Mapleview), and were officially opened for business in September 2013.
Image Courtesy © Sid Lee Architecture
Tuesday, June 4th, 2013
Article source: Tsubasa Iwahashi Architects
If there is a form of the ideal to the shop, it may be to blend naturally as part of the town. It is that, rather than the sign-lit brilliantly, to continue to be as existence is connected to the people indeed. This is a renovation of the beauty salon during the ten years have passed since the time along with the town from opening. There was a figure of the shop owner exchanging greetings friends with people of the town who went through the shop front.
Image Courtesy © Yoshiro Masuda
- Architects: Tsubasa Iwahashi Architects
- Project: Folm Arts
- Location: Sakai, Osaka, Japan
- Photography: Yoshiro Masuda
- Completion: Apr. 2013
- Floor Area: 55m2
Thursday, May 23rd, 2013
Article source: Mauro Turin Architectes
The castle of Chillon (1150), become mythical thanks to Lord Byron poem ‘The prisoner of Chillon’ and today historical national monument, it is the result, on its actually form, of several century construction and various upgrading Works. Our aspiration is to add, in a notion of continuity, a new layer of history about the site and the Castle.
Image courtesy Mauro Turin Architectes
- Architects: Mauro Turin Architectes
- Project: Château of Chillon Restaurant & Boutique
- Location: Château de Chillon, Lake Geneva, Veytaux, Switzerland
- Procedure: International architecture competition
- Place: Honorable Mention / 5th place
- Client: Château of Chillon Foundation
- Gross floor area: 680 m2
- Team: Mauro Turin, Inigo Oregui, Javier Subira
Saturday, May 18th, 2013
Article source: +tongtong
Multidisciplinary design studio +tongtong recently completed a bold, layered interior for Annie Aime, the latest Toronto retail space from Parisienne fashion retailer Annie Mesenge. Designed to be a flexible, open-concept environment that can easily be transformed into a space for art openings and other events, the interior is one of the first to implement +tongtong’s recently launched Les Ailes Noires series of freestanding clothing racks.
Image Courtesy © Ben Rahn/A-Frame Inc.
- Architects: +tongtong
- Project: +tongtong designs fashion retail boutique Annie Aime
- Location: Toronto, Canada
- Photography: Ben Rahn/A-Frame Inc.
Saturday, April 6th, 2013
Article source: PROCESS5 DESIGN
This is a plan for a specialist valuables for cash service boutique on the 2nd floor of a building facing the Shinsaibashisuji shopping centre in the business district of the merchant town of Osaka. Existing s valuables for cash service have the image of pawnshops and the current situation is that there is no choice but to compete with the purchasing prices of rival companies.
Image courtesy PROCESS5 DESIGN
- Architects: PROCESS5 DESIGN
- Project: NANBOYA shinsaibashi
- Location: Osaka, Japan
- Design: PROCESS5 DESIGN Ikuma Yoshizawa, Noriaki Takeda, Tatsuya Horii
- Contractor: TORENTA Co., Ltd.
- Collaborator: Lighting Designer: DAIKO ELECTRIC Co., Ltd., Yoshihide Ueo
- Construction type: Interior and exterior Renewal
- Construction phase: 19 jun. 2012 ~ 28 jun.
- Total cost of construction: 5.9million yen | include design fee
Wednesday, February 20th, 2013
Article source: Savvy Studio
MICA is a contemporary jewellery house which specialises in custom made pieces. Its name derives from a group of minerals that are characterised by their malleability which makes them ideal for various uses – some which are purely aesthetic. Expanding its most basic and primitive character, MICA’s identity is based on the amorphic nature of the rocks, the asymmetry of their profiles and their unique existence – no two rocks are alike – making all of MICA’s pieces truly unique.
Image Courtesy Savvy Studio
- Architects: Savvy Studio
- Project: MICA
- Location: San Pedro Garza Garcia, Nuevo Leon, México
- Business Nature: Jewellery
- Project year: 2012
- Client: MICA
Saturday, October 20th, 2012
Article source: C.F. Møller Architects
The new logistics centre, located on the E45 motorway at Haderslev, supplies all of the clothing company Bestseller’s boutiques, right across Europe.
The centre has been planned to occupy three parallel bands surrounding a main avenue. One of these bands contains the main entrance, office and staff facilities, together with an area with loading ramps for trucks, while the second contains an automated sorting facility, and the third fully-automated mini-load stores.
Image Courtesy Adam Moerk
- Architects: C.F. Møller Architects
- Project: Bestseller Logistics Centre North
- Location: Haderslev, Motorway E45 exit 88, Denmark
- Photography: Adam Moerk
- Client: Bestseller
- Landscape architect: C.F. Møller Architects
- Engineer: Rambøll
- Collaborators: TGW & Chrisplant (automatic sorter)
- Contractor: Züblin
- Size: 48.000 m2
- Year: 2009-2012
Thursday, October 4th, 2012
Article source: LVMinc
After years of working in film in NYC, Currie Person decided to take a leap of faith and return to her hometown of Austin, Texas and open a housewares boutique. She called upon LVMinc to help make her vision come to life.
Over a long weekend in Austin, Larah sketched and designed the concept for Spartan. For a long and narrow space, storage and display were the main requirements and guests needed to feel free to browse around and not feel confined within the space. Larah solved this by introducing a full length wall of tiered cantilevered shelves with an integrated lip to avoid items from falling and below, a suspended millwork piece for additional back up storage.
Image Courtesy © LVMinc
- Architects: LVMinc
- Project: Spartan
- Location: Austin, Texas
- Software used: AUTOCAD, PHOTOSHOP, PDF, HAND SKETCHES
Tuesday, August 21st, 2012
Article source: Tékne, sociedad de diseño
Create a new boutique concept for the brand, based on the experience of different environments within the same space, but without losing the unity between them. The proposed route very different from the concept store, because they provoke feelings, instead of only displaying products in line.
Displayed each space represents a kind of space depending on the product to sell, but it exhibits in its real context.
Image Courtesy Francisco Peña
- Architects: Tékne, sociedad de diseño
- Project: Kitchen Aid Boutique
- Location: Monterrey, NL. Mexico
- Date: 2011
- Surface: 270 sqm
- Cosntruction: RQ arquitectos
- Photographer: Francisco Peña
- Software used: AutoCad and 3d studio max
Image Courtesy Francisco Peña