Archive for the ‘Cafe’ Category
Friday, November 10th, 2017
Article source: Kanisavaran Architectural Group
Like all architectural proses chose a certain strategy is a primary step in design, and also pay attention to the Location of project and its historical urban context are as a key design element. Justin coffee’s location is the neighbourhood called Maghsood-Beik In the vicinity of Tajrish Sq, and it is front of Tajrish Bazaar, although there is a river between Tajrish Bazaar and Coffee Jusmir. The Tajrish’s river plays a role as a divider here. We started initial design according to the Iranian traditional architecture and we tried to use of Iranian architectural lines in design proses for example fluid form of a dome in historical buildings in Iran which it used to build in Tajrish Bazaar. Our final decision was that we design a space which its main concept is from historical buildings but well known for a young generation. We also tried to control contrast between main form and furniture and additional walls. Wood helped us to do this contrast very well, and it also made an impressive relationship between main form, floor, furniture, and walls.
Image Courtesy © Ali Yaghoubi
- Architects: Kanisavaran Architectural Group (Mohammad Kanisavaran)
- Project: Jusmir cafe
- Location: Tajrish, Iran
- Photography: Ali Yaghoubi
- Client: Mr.Ghanbari
- Supervision & Execution: Kanisavaran Architectural Group
- Brand design: Gol Nessa Mottahed
- Resident Supervisor: Hojjat Naji
- Area: 50 Sq
- Date: 2017
Thursday, October 26th, 2017
Article source: Morphosis
Morphosis Architects today marked the official opening of The Emma and Georgina Bloomberg Center, the academic hub of the new Cornell Tech campus on Roosevelt Island. With the goal of becoming a net zero building, The Bloomberg Center, designed by the global architecture and design firm, forms the heart of the campus, bridging academia and industry while pioneering new standards in environmental sustainability through state-ofthe- art design.
Image Courtesy © Matthew Carbone
- Architects: Morphosis
- Project: Bloomberg Center
- Location: Roosevelt Island, New York, USA
- Photography: Matthew Carbone
- Client: Cornell Tech
- Design Director: Thom Mayne
- Project Principal: Ung-Joo Scott Lee
- Project Architect: Luke Yoo
- Project Designer: Nicolas Fayad, Edmund Ming-Yip Kwong, Jerry Figurski, Jean Oei
- Project Team: Christopher Battaglia, Chloe Brunner, Debbie Chen, Chris Eskew, Stuart Franks, Farah,Harake, Clayton Henry, Ted Kane, Hunter Knight, Jongwan Kwon, Ryan Leifield, Simon, McGown, Brian Richter, Go-Woon Seo
Thursday, October 12th, 2017
Article source: MuuM
D Café is designed under the concept of providing a social interaction space for employees of the corporate campus of Doğuş Automotive in Şekerpınar. While simplicity, human scale and transparency are inviting the users to explore, it softens the solid impression by integrating building with landscape, and offers a humble communication medium.
Image Courtesy © MuuM
- Architects: MuuM (Murat Aksu, Umut İyigün )
- Project: D Cafe @ Dogus Logistics
- Location: Sekerpınar, Turkey
- Team: Anday Bodur, Yılmaz Kürtüncü
- Client: Dogus Otomotiv A.S.
- Project Manager: Dogus Otomotiv A.S.
Wednesday, October 11th, 2017
Article source: Ofist
Among a few other firms, Nupera takes place in the historical Le Petit Champs appartment building located in Beyoglu, in the bohemian part of Istanbul facing a beautiful view of historical landmarks behind the Galata Bridge. Nupera is an entertainment complex consisting of cafe, restaurant and bars.
We had designed Nupera several times since 2004. Always the same client, but each time with a different theme, a different concept. After a break we came together again to create something a bit controversial this time. Something with less design apprehension…
Image Courtesy © Ofist
- Architects: Ofist ( Yasemin Arpac & Sabahattin Emir )
- Project: Nupera
- Location: Beyoğlu, Turkey
- Graffiti: Efe Isildaksoy aka Rastarules
- Area: 185sqm
Wednesday, October 4th, 2017
Article source: Gwynne Pugh Urban Studio
The new Capital One Bank at the corner of 4th & Broadway in downtown Santa Monica harmoniously blends a twist on a modern mid-century style design within the existing streetscape with a low-scale, two-story commercial building. The new 8,400 square foot, 2-story building echoes the character of a mid-century bank while creating a new ‘concept’ in banking. The café and bank combination will serve as a “third place” for the community – a place where people come to spend time outside of their home and work.
Image Courtesy © John Linden
- Architects: Gwynne Pugh Urban Studio
- Project: New Capital One Bank & Café
- Location: Santa Monica, California, USA
- Photography: John Linden
- Owner: Century West Partners
- Interior Design: IA Interior Architects
- Structural Engineer: John A. Martin & Associates
- M & P Engineer: E2Di
- Electrical Engineer: Eric Percic
- Civil Engineering: KPFF Engineers
- General Contractor: W.E. O’Neil
Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017
Article source: rgastudio
Taglio is located in Milan, at number 10 via Vigevano. On the ground floor of a typically Milanese block of flats with communal balconies, it is just a few feet away from the Navigli canals.
Image Courtesy © Michele Nastasi
Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017
Article source: Jo Nagasaka／Schemata Architects
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of Panasonic Corporation, 100 BANCH was established as an innovative work platform where Panasonic works in collaboration with future generations to create new values that will help shaping the next 100 years. The first floor is a cafe space “KITCHEN” organized and run by Cafe Company; the second floor is a work space “GARAGE” for project members who are concurrently developing multiple projects; the third floor is a collaborative space “LOFT” for creation of new values for the next 100 years. Schemata Architects was responsible for the overall exterior design and interior design of the second and third floors. “GARAGE” on the second floor has a very low ceiling height of 2015 mm, but we decided to make the best use of the low, hand-reachable ceiling to bring out the unique potential of the space that would be used as the creative platform intended to imagine the next 100 years. We designed a ceiling-mounted lighting and power supply socket using the “duplex lamp socket”, which is an iconic product invented by Konosuke Matsushita, the founder of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd. (the former company name of Panasonic), and installed the sockets at 750-mm intervals on the ceiling; they can be directly and easily attached/detached by hand so that users can arrange the work space flexibly on their own and use light and power at any location. In order to extend such freedom of movement vertically as well as horizontally, automatic height adjustable tables are adopted, allowing people to stand and sit freely and consequently creating a highly flexible expandable work place where they can work or hold meetings anywhere.
Image Courtesy © Jo Nagasaka／Schemata Architects
Friday, September 29th, 2017
Article source: MVRDV
Magasin 113 is located within Gothenburg’s future Frihamnen RiverCity — the largest urban development project in Scandinavia. The proposed 16,500m2 transformation and extension of the existing warehouse is located on the riverfront, will create a more inclusive and vibrant area of the city. The entire site occupies the edge of an existing public square while Magasin 113 itself located in an existing historical warehouse structure which will offer flexible offices, an art centre, pop-up spaces, a café, tourist information, shops, a restaurant and studios. Gothenburg-based advertising agency Forsman & Bodenfors and Göteborgs Konsthall have plans to establish its offices in the building.
Image Courtesy © MVRDV
- Architects: MVRDV
- Project: Magasin 113
- Location: Gothenburg, Sweden
- Client: Gothenburg City Council and Älvstranden Utveckling
- Design Team: Jacob van Rijs, Fokke Moerel with Klaas Hofman, Daniella Persson, Mathias Pudelko, Alicja Pawlak and Mateusz Wojcieszek
- Visualization: Antonio Luca Coco, Pavlos Ventouris, Massimiliano Marzoli, Paolo Mossa Idra and Davide Calabro
- Co-architects: BSK Arkitekter
Thursday, September 28th, 2017
Article source: Terry &Terry Architecture
Rigolo was designed to function as a neighborhood cafe/bakery, combining a French-inspired menu with an inviting light-filled warm dining space. The project involved remodeling an existing retail space of a 1950’s building.
Image Courtesy © Ethan Kaplan
- Architects: Terry & Terry Architecture
- Project: Rigolo Café
- Location: San Francisco, California, USA
- Photography: Ethan Kaplan
- Structural Engineer: Santos & Urrutia Structural Engineering
- Contractor: Roebuck Construction
- Area: 2500 Square feet
Tuesday, September 26th, 2017
Article source: Doyle Collection
Délirium Café opened at Ginza Tokyo, off the main street where many attractive small restaurants stand side by side along the off-street. It has a narrow entrance with the width of 3 meters. Whereas it is a unique shaped café with the depth of 30 meters long. To make an effective use of this shape, we divided the area into three sections. Every section has their original characteristics.
Image Courtesy © Satoru Umetsu And Nacasa&Partners
- Architects: Doyle Collection
- Project: Délirium Café
- Location: 5-9-5, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan
- Photography: Satoru Umetsu And Nacasa&Partners
- Client: Ever Brew Co,.Ltd.
- Designer: Aiji Inoue, Masaru Kobayashi
- Area: 146.7 sqm
- Open: 1st, May, 2015