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Tia Santa Restaurant in Barcelona, Spain by Vilalta Arquitectura

Tuesday, February 20th, 2018

Article source: Vilalta Arquitectura 

Tia Santa is a new healthy food restaurant chain. Vilalta Arquitectura was commissioned to design the architecture of the first restaurant in the heart of Barcelona, ​​near the crossroads of the main avenues Passeig de Gràcia and Diagonal.

Image Courtesy © Mauricio Fuertes

  • Architects: Vilalta Arquitectura
  • Project: Tia Santa Restaurant
  • Location: C / Corsega, 337 Barcelona, Spain
  • Photography: Mauricio Fuertes
  • Project team: Xavier Vilalta, Maite Boren, Gabriela Galea, Mia Santic, Candela Juan
  • MEP / Facilities: Borja Santomà
  • Contractor / Constructor: InOut
  • Constructed area: (m2) 250 m2
  • Year: 2016


Les Trois Cochons in Copenhagen, Denmark by København Møbelsnedkeri

Thursday, February 15th, 2018

Article source: København Møbelsnedkeri

Værnedamsvej must be the hippest street in Copenhagen and a very lively street. Linking together two neighborhoods; Vesterbro and Frederiksberg, and with a traffic chaos that have become a part of the charm. In the past known as “The Butchers’ Street” (due to the large number of butchers on the street) but today people go there to eat breakfast, shop and in the evening, dine and drink wine. This building was too a formally butcher’s shop called “Slagter Ryholt” (1907-1999). We have kept some of the atmosphere with the vintage green tiles on the walls, and we still welcome our guests with the custom mosaic tiles and checkerboard showcasing the butchers name “Ryholt”. The French School are placed in the middle of the street and because of that, and the fact that all the cafés, delis and restaurants have a French atmosphere, the street is also known as “Little Paris”. Some of the materials such as the beautiful white Carrara marble tops for the bar, bread station and window seats, together with dark fumed oak tabletops and raw steel along with brass, we combine the classic bistro feel from Paris with excellent craftmanship. KBH Snedkeri is a local company committed to the craft of making handmade furniture. We combine the historic elements in the building with new, long lasting furniture that already had a story to tell, the moment they arrived. Everything is custom made and amazingly looks like it has been there forever. This is what the spirit of Copenhagen is to us.

Image Courtesy © København Møbelsnedkeri


NÆRVÆR in Copenhagen, Denmark by NORM ARCHITECTS

Thursday, February 15th, 2018

Article source: NORM ARCHITECTS 

Norm Architects has created the latest sweet spot in Copenhagen for close and intimate gatherings called Nærvær. Nærvær means “Presence” and is about exactly that — the thing that we are all longing for; time for each other, being attentive and making eye contact. In its essence, Nærvær is about being in the moment, being present.

Image Courtesy © NORM ARCHITECTS

  • Architects: NORM ARCHITECTS
  • Project: NÆRVÆR
  • Location: Copenhagen, Denmark


Robin Restaurant in San Francisco, California by TODD DAVIS ARCHITECTURE

Thursday, February 15th, 2018


The 1,250 square foot Robin is the dynamic reflection of the collaboration between architect Todd Davis’ and chef Adam Tortosa’s vision for the space. Robin is not a traditional omakase restaurant, with the sushi cases built level into the thick Brazilian slate just above the wood bar giving the diner a sense that the chefs are preparing the food just for them with no distractions. The fire clay tiles and murals by Caroline Lizarraga add a final touch to the interior experience.

Image Courtesy © Patrcia Chang


Popeye Restaurant in Barcelona, Spain by Miriam Barrio

Thursday, February 8th, 2018

Article source: Miriam Barrio 

The Popeye restaurant and cocktail bar is located in the Les Corts district of Barcelona. They were two independent establishments that became this diaphanous and luminous space.

Image Courtesy © Maria Pujol


Town hall in Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany by ingenhoven architects

Tuesday, February 6th, 2018

Article source: ingenhoven architects 

World’s first public net-surplus-energy building—it generates more energy than it consumes.

The new building of the first construction phase of the new town hall in Freiburg im Breisgau with its administration center and day nursery is the world’s first public building built to the net-surplusenergy standard and accommodates the 840 employees of the City Administration under one roof after they had previously been spread over 16 different sites throughout the city.

The new construction of the first phase of the town hall extension Freiburg is the first public net plus energy building of this type and use worldwide, Image Courtesy © ingenhoven architects / HG Esch

  • Architects: ingenhoven architects
  • Project: Town hall
  • Location: Fehrenbachallee 12, 79106 Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany
  • Photography: ingenhoven architects / HG Esch
  • Client: City of Freiburg im Breisgau, represented by Freiburg Property Management Department
  • Ingenhoven Architects Team: Christoph Ingenhoven, Hinrich Schumacher, Barbara Bruder, Rudolf Jonas, Ursula Koeker, Bibiana Zapf
  • Site Supervision: ingenhoven architects / Ernst² Architekten
  • Structural Design: Mohnke Höss structural engineers
  • Fire Protection: BPK Brandschutz Planung Klingsch, Düsseldorf
  • Energy Concept, Photovoltaics, and Building Services: DS-Plan


Brick Kiln Folk Inn & Museum in Suzhou, China by HONGKONG H DESIGN FIRM LIMITED

Friday, February 2nd, 2018


Jiangnan of China, has enjoyed the”earthly paradise”reputation since ancient times of its staggered rivers and lakes, vertical and horizontal waterways, small bridges and tasteful towns. A typical canal town named Jin Xi, located in the picturesque scenery of Jiangnan, known as “the hometown of Chinese folk museum” with two thousand years of history.There is an old saying here before “thirty-six bridges must have seventy-two kilns.” Lots of kilns were produced golden bricks in the past, and the brick kiln culture is so profound and indispensable for the town.

Brick Kiln Folk Inn Landscape & architecture, Image Courtesy © Zhang Qilin and Qian Xiang

  • Project: Brick Kiln Folk Inn & Museum
  • Location: Kunshan City of Suzhou,China
  • Photography: Zhang Qilin and Qian Xiang
  • Client: Kunshan City Construction Investment Development Group Co., Ltd.
  • Design Team: Kevin Hu, Jason Jiang, Wendell Wu, Vivi Zhang
  • Architecture design: China Architecture Design Group, Cui Kai Design Team
  • Design team: Jason Jiang, Wendell Wu, Vivi Zhang
  • Building Area: 1520m2(Cultural Museum)+2940m2(Folk Inn)
  • Complited Time: 2017.09


Nobis Hotel Copenhagen in Denmark by Wingårdhs

Wednesday, January 31st, 2018

Article source: Wingårdhs 

On Niels Brocks Gade 1 in Copenhagen stands a building that has drawn the attention of admiring gazes for generations. The magnificent original building was designed in 1903 for an insurance company, and was later home to the Royal Danish Academy of Music. After the building had been vacant for an extended period, the Nobis Hotel Copenhagen has now moved in.

Image Courtesy © Wing+Ñrds Andre Pihl

  • Architects: Wingårdhs
  • Project: Nobis Hotel Copenhagen
  • Location: Niels Brocks Gade 1, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Photography: Wing+Ñrds Andre Pihl
  • Client: Nobis AB
  • Size: 5,500 sq m
  • Completion time: 2017


The Red Mountain Resort in Iceland by Johannes Torpe Studios

Wednesday, January 31st, 2018

Article source: Johannes Torpe Studios 

Captured by the mystique and mystery of the Icelandic landscape, where, according to local mythology, ‘invisible people’ and ‘half-men, half-trolls’ are believed to roam, Johannes Torpe Studios has designed a place of unparalleled harmony. The Red Mountain Resort is a proposal for a spa and wellness retreat that offers guests a sensory escape into the solitude and seclusion of the breath-taking Icelandic nature; a place that is earthly and otherworldly at the same time.

Image Courtesy © Johannes Torpe Studios

  • Architects: Johannes Torpe Studios
  • Project: The Red Mountain Resort
  • Location: Iceland
  • Client: Festir Ehf.
  • Creative Direction: Johannes Torpe
  • Project Leader: Kit Sand Ottsen
  • Design Team: Rachel Jayne Mackay, Suguru Kobayashi, Edit Fodor Kjær, Nina Stephanie Jarulf, Beatrice Dinoia, Fabio Bellini, Bozena Patrycja Kunka, Manuel Ateca
  • Size

    • Hotel: 4650m2 (including 50 hotel rooms, total: 2400m2)
    • Restaurant: 350m2
    • Spa experience: 800m2
    • Geothermal Lagoon: 1400m2
    • Landscape: 140000m2


The Charlie’s Speakeasy in Matera, Italy by K1 artStudio / Twins Design Project

Wednesday, January 31st, 2018

Article source: K1 artStudio / Twins Design Project

In the heart of \”Rione Sassi\” in Matera, the launge-restaurant, in the perfect Speakeasy’s style of the 1920s, has been designed in the smallest details.

The particular conformation of the environment, on the ground floor of an ancient building, made it necessary to design custom items that could meet the specific needs of each small space.

Image Courtesy © K1 artStudio

  • Architects: K1 artStudio / Twins Design Project
  • Project: The Charlie’s Speakeasy
  • Location: Puglia, Matera, Italy
  • Designer: Vincenzo Berlingerio, Twins Design Project
  • Site area: 35 sqm
  • Year: 2017


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