Archive for the ‘Cafeteria’ Category
Saturday, April 18th, 2015
Article source: Cubic Office
Located in the heart of the city – Leiria, Portugal, the existing building with more than 150 years is part of the historic center. It integrates the front of the pedestrian path Polis program, side by side with a protected area of the National Ecological Reserve that surrounds the border of the river Lis. The refurbishment included in recovery and restoration of the \”shell\” of the main building, saving the most of the facades and architectural and decorative structural elements.
Image Courtesy © Cubic Office
- Architects: Cubic Office (Sandrine Maia & Susana Venâncio, arquitectas)
- Project: Pé do Rio – Restaurante & Café
- Location: Leiria, Portugal
Friday, March 13th, 2015
Article source: ateliermob – Arquitectura
With the same area and volume of the previous building, the new Canoeing Center is also located at the river beach of Alvega. Its proximity to the Tagus river, in a regularly flooded area during the winter, determined its position, raised above ground level – increasing the ground permeability –, and the coating of its walls, with a solution of black recycled plastic profiles, able to resist the impact of objects that might be dragged by the river, being permeable to the water flow simultaneously.
Image Courtesy © Francisco Nogueira
- Architects: ateliermob – Arquitectura, Design e Urbanismo, lda
- Project: Alvega Canoeing Center
- Location: Alvega, Abrantes, Portugal
- Photography: Francisco Nogueira
- Software used: ProgeCAD
- Design team: Andreia Salavessa, Tiago Mota Saraiva, Vera João, Ana Luísa Cunha, Rita Aguiar Rodrigues, Carine Pimenta, João Afonso Almeida, Mariana Simões, João Torres, Sophia Walk
- Client: Câmara Municipal de Abrantes
- Structure: Betar – José Pedro Venâncio, Maria do Carmo Vieira
- Area: 320 m2
- Project year: 2010
Tuesday, February 10th, 2015
Article source: Banker Wire
MUKWONAGO, WI…When the Gatlinburg, TN, Hard Rock Café announced its move to nearby Pigeon Forge, they let the community know that the restaurant would not only be expanding, but refreshing its image. An exterior sign with Banker Wire mesh combines a modern look with the restaurant’s familiar logo.
Image Courtesy © Banker Wire
- Project: Hard Rock Café
- Location: Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, USA
Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015
Article source: Biasol: Design Studio
Lucky Penny sits in the heart of Chapel Street, South Yarra – one of Melbourne’s most prominent fashion retail strips. The cafe commenced trading in mid-2014, after one of the owners found, by chance, a penny on the ground. This serendipitous moment not only gave the cafe its name, but also trigger a chain of events that led to the beautiful venue opening its doors.
Image Courtesy © Martina Gemmola
- Architects: Biasol: Design Studio
- Project: Lucky Penny
- Location: Melbourne, Australia
- Photography: Martina Gemmola
- Area: 115sqm
- Category: Hospitality – Café Restaurant
Wednesday, January 28th, 2015
Article source: MVRDV
The area of the famous Gasometers is located between the airport and the city centre and is in need of significant urban regeneration.
Image Courtesy © MVRDV
- Architects: MVRDV
- Project: Turm mit Taille
- Location: Vienna, Austria
- Client: BAI Bauträger Austria Immobilien GmbH
- Program: 35 680 m2 above ground: Retail, Café, Restaurants, Offices, Housing (option to fully convert the tower)
- Parking: 3 112 m2 below ground
- Year: 2014
- Design Team:
- Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs, Nathalie de Vries with:
- 1st phase: Fokke Moerel, Luca Moscelli, Matteo Artico, Angelika Hinterbrandner and Johannes Pilz
- 2nd phase: Fokke Moerel, Luca Moscelli, Matteo Artico and Johannes Langer
- Structure: Bollinger + Grohmann Ingenieure Wien
- Sustainability: Energy Design Cody Consulting
Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014
Article source: tai_tai STUDIO
This cafe is located near the small town of the coast (a good wave comes.) They(owner family) wanted to build a small cafe. They wanted to design and to understand the features of the location. We wanted to design the cafe that seems to exist from the old days. Weekdays, inhabitants of near to this cafe are coming. Holiday, guests will come from Tokyo and Yokohama to this cafe.
Image Courtesy © AKI
- Architects: tai_tai STUDIO / Hidekazu Wakabayashi, Akiko Wakabayashi
- Project: Small café on countryside
- Location: Chousei-village,Chiba,Japan
- Photography: AKI
- Function: cafe
- Site area: 302.65㎡
- Architectural area: 135.35㎡
Total floor area: 79.35㎡
- Structure: wood Outer wall Plastering
- year: 2005
Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014
Article source: id inc.
A cafe like a small forest has been created in Tokyo.
Cafe Ki opened in Setagaya-ku, Tokyo in Japan, designed by Japanese design office id.
Image Courtesy © id inc.
- Architects: id inc.
- Project: Cafe Ki
- Location: Tokyo, JAPAN
- Completed Year: October 2013
- Designer: Seiji Oguri, Yohei Oki
Thursday, October 30th, 2014
Article source: NAN Architects
The client offered us a different concept. A place where they could live a clothing store and a small cafe space. both naturally came together, and at the same time complement each other.
Image Courtesy © Iván Casal Nieto
- Architects: NAN Architects
- Project: Coffee – Retail Inshopnia
- Location: Moreno Velazquez 34, Vigo (Galicia / Spain)
- Photography: Iván Casal Nieto
- Team: Wenceslao López, Vicente Pillado, Alberto F. Reiriz
- Area: 125 m2
Friday, October 24th, 2014
Article source: iks design (Masakazu Kobayashi)
This bar, GEEK located on a quiet street, but still just one block away from a busy boulevard. The concept of GEEK is relaxing atmosphere for quality time. We’ ve specified materials to make good use of these materials. What the materials are Mortar with Sumi, Wood-wool cement board, Concrete Block, Wooden plywood, Steel Window Flame, Brass light and hardware.
Image Courtesy © Takumi Sugimura
- Architects: iks design (Masakazu Kobayashi)
- Project: GEEK comfortable bar & cafe Shop
- Location: Shizuoka, JAPAN
- Photography: Takumi Sugimura
- Completed data : 2013
- Gross area : 36m2
Wednesday, September 24th, 2014
Article source: D’HOUNDT+BAJART Architects & Associates
A unifying and fun building:
The urban challenge was to create a frame edge structuring this corner plot whose boundaries are based on low hosted terraced buildings, at the Marx Dormoy and Léon Blum streets. At the corner, the school restaurant’s parapet ascends gently, creating a bow that hides the restaurant’s technical equipment (centralair handlingand heat pump) while freeing the ground floor. The architectural treatment is contextual in its urban form and its materiality; the use of the brick, which dominates the landscape, has received a contemporary and qualitative review showcasing the polychrome emblematic brick bondingof the regional architecture .The layout of the masonry, with an almost random pattern, evokes the snake skin and activates the imaginary potential, architecture and young children dream-like: in a world where you have to respect the rules of the urban game, the building delivers a message of imagination, and seems, with its “snake skin” and “scale-like windows” to have the power to move.
Image Courtesy © D’HOUNDT+BAJART Architects & Associates
- Architects: D’HOUNDT+BAJART Architects & Associates
- Project: Paul Bert Léon Blum Boa Canteen
- Location: Lille-Lomme, North, France
- Software used: Autocad and sketchup
- CLIENT: (Associate Community of Lomme- Lille)
- PROJECT MANAGEMENT: D’HOUNDT+BAJART Architects & Associates, Architects (Tourcoing), KHEOPS engineering, BET (Department of Technical Studies / Bureau d’Etudes Techniques) fluids and electricity (Lille), Beha Legrand, BET (Department of Technical Studies / Bureau d’Etudes Techniques)collective kitchens and hygiene (Lille), BSE ECONOMIE, Economist (Loos)
- SURFACE AREA: 417m²
- CALENDAR: 2012-2014
- COST: 1M €HT
- MISSION: Construction of a catering office for Paul Bert and Léon Blum scholar group – Marx Dormoy Street – 59160 LOMME