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Coca Grill in Bangkok, Thailand by Integrated Field

Thursday, March 7th, 2013

Article source: Integrated Field

Since 1957, with the original Hong Kong taste and the atmosphere of the place which is a combination between Chinese and Asian style, “Coca Suki” has became one of the best names in Suki restaurant in Thailand. In 2012, Coca Holdings International Co.,Ltd. decided to expand its boundary of taste with the grill food but still want the name Coca to be recognized by customers. That was how the name ‘Coca Grill’ originated. IF’s job was to find the main character of this new restaurant and use it as a guideline with all following branches.

Image Courtesy © Ketsiree Wongwan 

  • Architects: Integrated Field
  • Project: Coca Grill
  • Location: Lotus Bangna, Bangkok, Thailand
  • Photography: Ketsiree Wongwan
  • Owner: Coca Holdings International Co.,Ltd.
  • Interior designer: Integrated Field Co.,Ltd.
  • Lighting designer: Kullakaln Gururatana
  • FF&E: Integrated Field Co.,Ltd.
  • Corporate identity: Choochart Nitijessadawong
  • Main contractor: Choice Interiors
  • Area: 200sq.m.
  • Cost: 8,000,000 Baht
  • Design: May 2012
  • Completed: 18 July 2012

Paolo’s Restaurant V.I.P. Room in Reston, Virginia by FORMA Design, Inc.

Friday, February 22nd, 2013

Article source: FORMA Design, Inc.

When the client hired FORMA for the addition of a private V.I.P. dining room for Paolo’s Restaurant in Reston, the mandate was to the point – ”I want a sexy room”. The challenge was wrapping a catering kitchen, bar, access to the existing kitchen and seating a maximum number of guests around the new space and making it all work.

Image Courtesy © Goeffrey Hodgdon 

  • Architects: FORMA Design, Inc.
  • Project: Paolo’s Restaurant V.I.P. Room
  • Location: Reston, Virginia, USA
  • Photography: Goeffrey Hodgdon

Pedras Salgadas Eco-Resort in Portugal by RA Architectural & Design Studio

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

Article source: RA Architectural & Design Studio

The new Eco-resort of Parque de Pedras Salgadas, Portugal, consists of a set of seven small houses in perfect harmony with the surrounding outstanding nature.

Designed in a modular prefabrication system but flexible to adapt to the specific places within the park, these houses result in several different combinations of the same three modules (entrance/bathing – living – sleeping) creating different morphologies and different dialogues with the surrounding nature, wisely occupying the empty spaces between the trunksof large trees and, at the same time, allowing each home to be unique, special and worth visiting.

Image Courtesy FG + SG

  • Architects: RA Architectural & Design Studio
  • Project: Pedras Salgadas Eco-Resort
  • Location: Pedras Salgadas, Portugal
  • Architects: Luís Rebelo de Andrade & Diogo Aguiar
  • Collaborators:  Madalena Rebelo de Andrade, Raquel Jorge, João Jesus
  • Project Area: 1 EcoHouse — 52,92 m2 \ 12 EcoHouse2 — 635,04 m2
  • Client: UNICER
  • Constructor: Modular System
  • Photographs: FG + SG
  • Software used: ArchiCAD & Rhino

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Spuntino Restaurant in Mexico City, Mexico by R-ZERO Studio

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

Article source: R-ZERO Studio

Spuntino (snack in Italian) was born in one of the most exclusive living and shopping centers of historical downtown Mexico City, a place to eat and drink quality wine, whose design aim lies in the creation of a contemporary yet pleasant ambience, almost homely, without abusing the over-sophistication that prevails in similar sites nowadays. Still, the starting point was a cold, colorless, not well lit locale, whose excessive height came about an uncomfortable sensation for the guests.

Image Courtesy R-ZERO Studio

  • Architects: R-ZERO Studio
  • Project: Spuntino Restaurant
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Software used: Autocad 2010

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Service Station in Saint Ghislain, Belgium by ABSCIS Architecten

Wednesday, January 16th, 2013

Article source: ABSCIS Architecten

Within the landscape surrounding the city of Mons, lies intermittent craggy piles of millstone which emerge through the panorama of a surrounding flat typography. This so called ‘terrils’ find their origins in the former mining industries and are commonly perceived as striking elements dotted within a flat panorama.  Besides the landscape having been shaped through a number of linear infrastructures such as railways, highways and channelled waterways; the E19 and the service areas cut through the landscape to become geometric ribbons that visually demarcate the landscape.

Image Courtesy ABSCIS Architecten

  • Architects: ABSCIS Architecten
  • Project: Service Station
  • Location: Saint Ghislain A7/E19 , Belgium
  • Project: Tank Facilities, A Resting Place For All Road Users With Picnic Facilities, Children’s Playroom, General Sanitation, Shower Facilities For Truck Drivers, Shop And Restaurant, Additional Resto Stop Hensies
  • Client: Delek Belgium nv
  • Design team: Vereniging van Studiebureaus ‘ABSCIS – A+I – PROVOOST – BSOLUTIONS’
  • Study: 2009-2010
  • Phase: 2010-2012
  • Bruto area.: 2504 m2
  • Cost: € 13.283 464 excluding VAT and fees

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Service Station With Hotel in Heverlee, Belgium by ABSCIS Architecten

Wednesday, January 16th, 2013

Article source: ABSCIS Architecten

The location of Heverlee Delek creates an oasis in which the traveller/commuter can relax within a contemporary environment to refuel, shop and eat before continuing their journey. Starting from the E40; a strong infrastructure vein, fast traffic is refined and reduced until finally distilled into quieter parking spaces and picnic areas.  These areas visually meander and flow into the surrounding landscape and beyond.  Central to the idea of the plan is a pedestrian axis. This directs traffic to specific areas, solely dedicated for the purpose of rest and relaxation. This ‘walking-axis’ offers the possibility for users to experience the surroundings and to pleasantly reach the service station in safety.

Image Courtesy ABSCIS Architecten

  • Architects: ABSCIS Architecten
  • Project: Service Station With Hotel
  • Location: E40 exit Heverlee, Belgium
  • Project: 1 Hotel And 2 Service Stations With a Shop, Restaurant And Cafeteria
  • Client: Delek Belgium nv
  • Design team: Vereniging van Studiebureaus ‘ABSCIS – PROVOOST – EDV’
  • Study: 2008
  • Phase: In progress
  • Bruto area: 6194 m²
  • Cost: € 17 894 806 excluding VAT and fees

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Sensacions Catering in Barcelona, Spain by Denys & von Arend

Thursday, January 10th, 2013

Article source: Denys & von Arend

The table is set!

Whenever you try to create a brand from scratch, to corporatize, beautify or modernize a concept traditionally associated to low costs and immediacy, as it is the case with  take away food retail, there´s always the latent risk of snatching at the same time the personal aura, the crafty feeling and the accessible appeal this type of commercial establishments usually have. Therefore, the operation of transforming a former basement garage, in downtown Sabadell, into a catwalk for “Haute Cuisine Pret-a- Porter” was evidently raised from the very beginning as a major challenge that needed to harmonize all contradictions that such merger of concepts arose, while space distribution and overall branding needed to fulfill the needs of two quite distinct activities, address two different audiences, and promote, simultaneously, two ways of consuming high-class catering and low cost gourmet dinners.

Image Courtesy Victor Hugo Anton

  • Architects: Denys & von Arend
  • Project: Sensacions Catering
  • Location: Sabadell, Barcelona
  • Project Type: Restaurant
  • Client: Jaume Subires
  • Design Agency: Denys & von Arend
  • Designer: Dani Pérez y Felipe Araujo
  • Total Storeys: 1
  • Floor Area: 150 m2
  • Photography: Victor Hugo Anton
  • Design / Completion Date: 4 months

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Ubojnia by Wamhouse

Friday, January 4th, 2013

Article source: Wamhouse

“Ubojnia”is the second of twelve parts of an original collection called ”XII”, entirely full designed by Karina Wiciak (designer from Wamhouse).

Image Courtesy Wamhouse

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The Wall of Zudaji by 403architecture [dajiba]

Wednesday, December 19th, 2012

Article source: 403architecture [dajiba]

This project was the design and construction of a warehouse for an interiors shop and restaurant.

At this time, we had built up a stock of materials from three previous projects; “the floor of Atsumi”, “the grid of Santen” and “the difference of Ebitsuka” so, we decided to use these material for the warehouse. Unfortunately though, the amount was not enough. The idea for additional material was to reuse palettes used in freight trafficking. In modern distribution, the material of the palette has now shifted from timber to plastic and so, the transportation companies are burdened with the task of disposing of the large inventory of wood. It is for this reason, we decided to use this material, which had supported the commodity of the national distribution system, to try to create a relationship with local distribution and trade.

Image Courtesy Kentahasegawa

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Castle Winery in Palencia, Spain by Moral Arquitectura

Monday, December 17th, 2012

Article source: Moral Arquitectura

The time is who builds this one
A lost place, a real place.
There is a Way that is always open
It is a family work, a personal option, a life story
This Project belongs to ground
Only the hand transformed the inside of the hill
The ancient gallery was already there. It was always there
This project thinks about how to define a sensations sequence
A mouth that swallows you and takes you to its entrails
The dryness of the place, the crudeness of the stations transform into rugosity. Day by day…
There was no exact plan. It was an intuitive work. It was a hard process. It was an experimental labor.
A heavy, firm, deep… matter that was marked by pressure, by the weather and by the…time

Image Courtesy © Jorge López-Conde

  • Architects: Moral Arquitectura
  • Project: Castle Winery
  • Location: Moratinos (Palencia), Spain
  • Photography: Jorge López-Conde
  • Architects Office: Fernando Moral Andrés/Moral Arquitectura
  • Project Architect: Fernando Moral Andrés
  • Quantity Surveyor: José Luis Sánchez Rodríguez
  • Collaborators: Teresa Gómez, Fernando P. Borrego, Antonio Moral, Miguel Ángel Moral, Javier Ramos, Javier Sancho, Alexis S. Verpont
  • Structural Partner: Moncova, S.L.
  • Construction: Javier Vega, Miguel Alonso, Alfonso Alonso, Secundino González, Tino Díez
  • Area: 255.2 sqm
  • Year: 2012
  • Software used: AutoCAD
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