Archive for the ‘Restaurant’ Category
Monday, April 4th, 2011
Article source: ARD
In summer 2010, PizzaExpress commissioned London design agency Ab Rogers Design (ARD) to transform its Richmond restaurant into a ‘Living Lab’ combining experiential design, advanced developments in restaurant acoustics, and a reenergised approach to display and service. With an innate love of Italy and its inimitable food – not to mention the fond childhood memories of visiting his local branch of PizzaExpress with his Italian grandmother fresh in his mind – Rogers jumped at the chance.
Pizza Express Kiosk exterior view - Photograph: John Short - Image © Ab Rogers Design
- Client: PizzaExpress
- Design: Ab Rogers Design, in collaboration with DA. Studio – www.abrogers.com
- Branding and Graphic DesignL Graphic Thought Facility
- Acoustic Consultant: Sergio Luzzi, Vie En.Ro.Se
- Mural Artist: Enzo Apicella
- AV and Interactive Consultant: Dominic Robson
- Lighting Consultant: Liminaires
- Project Management: The Richard Greenwood Partnership
- Principle Contractor: Atlas
Wednesday, March 30th, 2011
A wall with curved surfaces was designed to softly wrap around the space on the ground and 1st floor of the existing building of the 18th century. Pierce this wall of the space for sell the cheese on ground floor and the space for eat the cheese on the 1st floor in the existing building, it integrally changes to the space like the cave of the cheese.
Boutique View From Entrance Side
- Architect: Kotaro Horiuchi Architecture
- Project: Salon du Fromage
- Location: Paris 1st District, France
- Program: Restaurant, Boutique
- Direct Order: October 2008
- Completion: December 2010
- Built Surface: 73 m²
- Structure: Bollinger und Grohmann
- Photogrpher: Mr. Koichi Hirose and Mr. Hiroki Tagma
- Software used: 3DS MAX, Rhinoceos and Photoshop for the 3Dimages, and Autocad for drawing the plan
Friday, March 18th, 2011
Ara Pizza, is a newly opened fast food restaurant in Sant Quirze del Valles, 30 minutes away from Barcelona city center. Located in the main commercial road of Sant Quirze, ‘Ara Pizza’ has taken a challenge to reconverted an almost rectangular old Smith’s workshop, where it’s best attribute was an outstanding high ceiling .
Friday, March 18th, 2011
Department of ARCHITECTURE is responsible for interior design of various common areas for Hilton Pattaya Hotel which includes the First Floor Lobby, the Main Lobby on the 17th floor, the Bar, and various common area and linkage spaces within the building. The hotel is part of a larger multi-used complex located in the heart of Pattaya, overlooking the Pattaya beach.
- Architect: Department of ARCHITECTURE
- Project Name: Hilton Pattaya – Lobby, Bar, and Linkage Spaces
- Project Location: Pattaya, Thailand
- Project Area: Lobby and Bar Area – 1,650 sq.m., Linkage Spaces Area – n/a
- Year Completed: 2010
- Owner: Central Pattana Public Company Limited
- Interior Architect: Department of ARCHITECTURE Co.,Ltd.
- Principals: Amata Luphaiboon, Twitee Vajrabhaya Teparkum
- Design Team: Picha Thadaniti, Wipavee Kueasirikul, Sutah Schonrungroj, Atirojt Rojratanawalee, Worawut Oer-Areemitr, Kanin Manthanachart
- Lighting Designer: Dazzle Design
- Photographs: Wison Tungthunya
KEY MATERIALS/PRODUCTS USED
- Fabric: Smile Design, Standard FR-One, Design : Muslin FR, Colour: 02-Cream
- Wood: Wood Zense, White Oak multilayered engineered wood and veneer
- Drawings: AutoCAD
- 3D Modeling: Rhinoceros
- 3D Renderings: 3DMax
Thursday, March 17th, 2011
The idea behind Rockwell Group’s overall design vision for the West and East Lobbies, The Chandelier bar, Marquee nightclub, Jaleo restaurant and 3,000 guest rooms in the new Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas was to redefine the total experience of Las Vegas, from arriving to eating to dancing to sleeping.
- Architect: Rockwell Group
- Name Of Project: The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
- Project Location: Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Wednesday, March 9th, 2011
A new frame-structured 5×20 meters building was constructed in between two existing brick buildings.
This allowed for the interiors to be open for viewing from the street.
- Architect: Yuriy Ryntovt
- Project: Restaurant “Cafe April”
- Total space: 600 sq.m.
- Project authors: Uriy Ryntovt, Andrey Gorozhankin, Maria Gorozhankin.
- Project development: 2004
- Construction: 2005 (more…)
Wednesday, March 9th, 2011
An old industrial warehouse of 1100 m2, at one of the most beautiful spots along the Amsterdam waterfronts, was transformed by CUBE architecten and SOLUZ architecten to suitable and attractive space for the biggest fish restaurant of Europe.
Dinner in Restaurant Stork
- ARCHITECTS: Pieter van der Pot (CUBE Architecten), Marloes van Heteren (SOLUZ)
- PROJECT: RESTAURANT STORK (DE OVERKANT)
- LOCATION: Amsterdam, Netherlands
- INTERIOR DESIGN: Erik Dijkstra (Interior Shock)
- CLIENT: Restaurant Stork
- COMPLETION: 2011
- AREA: 1100 m2
- PHOTOGRAPHY: CUBE architecten
Saturday, March 5th, 2011
Tower of Change is a proposal for the Taiwan Tower in Taichung. It is an attempt to break out of the usual confinements of architecture. It is a building that perpetually changes in height. It contracts and expands. It develops from to a pagoda like figure in its most compact position to a slender elegant funnel when erect. Tower of Change is an animated building.
Tower of Change
Saturday, February 12th, 2011
This is a BBQ restaurant in Osaka designed by TOFU Architects. TOFU used a lot of bamboo material for the wall and blind, giving the impression of light and airy. Bare bulb Light hanging on each table is tiny light, but it reflects the light of a naked light bulb in a unique glossy texture of bamboo to produce a soft glow throughout the room. They used a glossy paint on the wall of cedar panels, giving the same effect as the bamboo.
Yakiniku Sugaya Restaurant
- Architects: TOFU
- Location: Osaka, Japan
- Project Architect: Fumiya Ogawa + Tomonobu Higashino
- Project Area: 58.00 sqm
- Project Year: 2010
- Photographs: Yohei Sasakura
Monday, January 24th, 2011
The atelier RTA-Office, managed by the architect Santiago Parramón, got an Honorable Mention for his project Block 39, Centre for the promotion of Science in Belgrade, Republic of Serbia. Jury reponse: the project of Santiago Parramón is “an excellent urban and architectural solution, with exceptional and innovative approach!”
Block 39 concept view
- Architect: RTA-OFFICE
- Project location: Belgrade, Serbia
- Year: 2010
- Client: Ministry of Science and Technological development
- Organizers: Association of Architects of Serbia and Association Architects of Belgrade
- Site type: Urban
- Site Area: 11,66 ha
- Building Area: 20.915 m2
- Total gross Building Area: 13.998 m2
- Garage and Parking Area: 3.000 m2
- Outdoor Area: 2.650 m2
- Designed by: Jaime Parramón&Associats, RTA-Office
- Design team: Santiago Parramón, Simona Assiero Brá, Mariana Rapela, Miguel Villachá, Luisa Garcia, Eduardo Vacotto
- Award: Honorable Mention
- Type: Cultural – Museum – Exhibition Center – Educational and Business Centre – Gallery – Science Club – Planetarium – Restaurant.
- Annual number of visitors: 100.000 – 300.000. 500.000 in 5 year’s time.
- Daily number of visitors: expectation: 200 visitors during a workday in September, 2000 during a weekend in May.
- Construction Materials: in situ structures of reinforced concrete (high strength and long life. Reduce CO2 emissions by 60% during its production). Building’s skin (90%) is Black Steel Recycling ANR (it contains 80% recycled raw material, has zero carbon, thus reducing CO2 emissions). Over 30% of the rest of the building materials are recycled source, reducing the environmental impacts of industry, mining and processing of raw materials.
- Budget: 15 millions euros