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Entre Portas in Pinhel, Portugal by depA Architects

Sunday, December 10th, 2017

Article source: depA Architects

An old house, in the heart of the city of Pinhel, holds place to a new bar/restaurant which aims to be a reference in the city’s historical center.

From the old and dark original house, the proposal kept and took advantage of the solid granite perimetral walls and the wooden roof structure that along with a selective demolition process created a new fluid and bright inside space.

From the exposed rock wall a new rocklike volume is built in concrete, organizing the space and the public/service circuits and areas.

Image Courtesy © José Campos

  • Architects: depA Architects (Luís Sobral, Carlos Azevedo, João Crisóstomo)
  • Project: Entre Portas
  • Location: Pinhel, Portugal
  • Photography: José Campos
  • Design team: Luís Sobral, Carlos Azevedo, João Crisóstomo, Margarida Leitão, Miguel Santos, Sara Pontes, Francisco Crisóstomo, André Oliveira
  • Structural and Hydraulic Engineering: NCREP
  • Electrical Engineering: CPX
  • Gross area: 280m2
  • Construction: 2017


Dream Hotel Phuket in Thailand by Original vision

Monday, December 4th, 2017

Article source: Original vision

Conceived as a tropical oasis, the Dream Hotel and Spa on the Island of Phuket in Thailand is a collection of low rise structures, carefully located around the periphery of the site and looking in on the luxurious lagoon pool which is surrounded by a variety of lounging opportunities, punctuated by the main resort restaurant at one end and a swim up bar and covered lounge at the other.

Image Courtesy © Original vision

  • Architects: Original vision
  • Project: Dream Hotel Phuket
  • Location: Phuket, Thailand


Allianz Headquarters in Wallisellen, Switzerland by WAA

Sunday, December 3rd, 2017

Article source: WAA 

The Allianz Headquarters is a hybrid-office and the pinnacle of a master planned mixed-use district on the edge of Zürich’s city center. Comprised of a 20-story tower and a 5-story annex, these two components are externally linked by a series of four bridges, and vertically linked by numerous interior voids and staircases; as such, the Allianz Headquarters can be experienced as horizontal and vertical landscape of neighborhoods. Fluidly connected to the city center by a multitude of public transportation options, the building encourages the blossoming of twenty-first century office culture, which demands flexibility in space and its use, via its hyper-hybrid programming that amplifies ‘interiority’.

Image Courtesy © WAA

  • Architects: WAA
  • Project: Allianz Headquarters
  • Location: Richtiplatz 1 8034, Wallisellen, Switzerland
  • Project team: Wiel Arets, Felix Thies, Maik Ilmer
  • Collaborators: Flavio Loretz, Jörg Lüthke, Ruth Val Garijo, Virginia Angell, Anira Niso, Angela Tsang, Mikal Switalsky, Jacques van Eyck, Maron Vondeling, Christina Lotzemer Jentges, Joost Körver, Ilze Paklone, Alexandra Dobrowowolska, Boris van Eijsden, Joris Lens, Thomas Misik, Lucia Miglio, Hannes Scheutz, Dunia Nedjar, Francois Steul, Alexis Bikos, Athanasia Karaioannoglou, Victor Hidajat, Aline Amore, Birgit Schwarz, Tieme Zwartbol, Boris Wolf, Chris Frodsham, Alessandra Ferrari, Marcos Romero
  • Client: Allreal Generalunternehmung AG, Allianz Suisse
  • Size: 72.000 m2
  • Date of design: 2008-2009
  • Date of completion: Spring 2014


Bora Residential Tower in Mexico City, Mexico by Zaha Hadid Architects

Wednesday, November 29th, 2017

Article source: Zaha Hadid Architects

Construction works have begun on the Bora Residential Tower in Mexico City. Commissioned in 2015 by Nemesis Capital, a Mexican company committed to building new communities of the highest standards, the tower is within Santa Fe, an important business district in the west of Mexico City with a rapidly growing community that includes 3 universities and the regional offices of Microsoft, Apple, Sony, Roche and Amazon.

Image Courtesy © Zaha Hadid Architects

  • Architects: Zaha Hadid Architects
  • Project: Bora Residential Tower
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Client: Nemesis Capital
  • ZHA Project Director: Juan Ignacio Aranguren
  • ZHA Project Architects: Andrés Arias Madrid, Pierandrea Angius
  • ZHA Concept Design Team: Saman Saffarian (Design Lead), Johannes Elias, Julia Hyoun Hee Na, Lisa Kinnerud, Kate Revyakina
  • Structural Engineer (Concept): BAC – García Jarque Ingenieros
  • MEP Engineer (Concept): PGI Engineering
  • Façade Engineer (Concept): Front Inc.
  • Visualizations (Concept): LabTop


Flavours And Spice Restaurant in Mumbai, India by GA design

Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017

Article source: GA design

Conceived as a comfort-oriented restaurant, with classic aesthetics and relaxed ambience, Flavours’n’spice has been designed in a modern contemporary style for a gymkhana (sports club) in Mumbai. With a client brief of a day and night, fine dining restaurant to accommodate 110 people along with sufficient private and group dining spaces for all age groups, the creation of a warm and relaxed atmosphere was of utmost importance to enhance the dining experience of the patrons. The overall design intent therefore attempts to create a timeless design using an organic approach that brings the nature outside into the indoors. An elegant, earthy colour palette is used in the interiors to further augment the warm, relaxed and cosy aesthetic that is typically seen in old English Restaurants, while the décor is inherently contemporary Indian in style.

Image Courtesy © Prashant Bhat

  • Architects: GA design
  • Project: Flavours And Spice Restaurant
  • Location: Matunga, Mumbai, India
  • Photography: Prashant Bhat
  • Principal Architect: Rajan & Ritu Goregaoker
  • Design Team: Yogesh / Manoj
  • Site Area (sq ft & sq m): 4550 SFT / 423 SQ MTR
  • Start Date: February 2016
  • Completion Date: June 2016


Roomers hotel in Munich, Germany by concrete

Tuesday, November 21st, 2017

Article source: concrete


Concrete is proud to open Hotel Roomers in Munich; a hotel designed to cater to curious travellers who enjoy the flair and lightness of contemporary design in a classic setting.

‘Seduction’, ‘surprise’, and ‘the unknown’ are the key words behind the design of the hotel. The warm golden glow of the vast Vegas-like light canopy outside and the neon logo attract attention and make them curious about the life that hides behind the diffuse sheer curtains along the facade.

Image Courtesy © Steve herud

  • Architects: concrete
  • Project: Roomers hotel
  • Location: Munich, Germany
  • Photography: Steve herud
  • Software used: Vectorworks, sketch up
  • Project team: Rob Wagemans, Tobias Koch, Nuria Ripoll, Kasia Heijerman, Marlou Spierts, Johanna Zychski, Maike Daemen, Mark Haenen, Hilka Ackermann, Ulrike Lehner, Sofie Ruytenberg, Zana Josipovic
  • Total area: 12500 sqm (excl. BOH)
    • Rooms: 281
    • Lobby: 360 sqm
    • Bar / Restaurant: 325 sqm
    • Whiskey room: 92 sqm
    • Meeting Rooms & Events: 470 sqm
  • Duration Construction: 4 years
  • Opening: October 2017

Izakaya restaurant in Munich, Germany by concrete

Monday, November 20th, 2017

Article source: concrete 

Restaurant IZAKAYA Munich is a unique mix of the ethnic feel of a Japanese inspired restaurant and the modern, sleekly but elegant Hotel Roomers.

The Japanese stand-alone restaurant IZAKAYA, located in the building of Hotel Roomers, announces its presence to the guests at the moment of arrival, with the show kitchen visible through the glass facade of the porte-cochere. A translucent gradient in the glass directs the attention on the chefs working at the countertops and cooking pits while all other elements are blurred out.

Image Courtesy © Steve Herud

  • Architects: concrete
  • Project: Izakaya restaurant
  • Location: Munich, Germany
  • Photography: Steve Herud
  • Software used: Vectorworks, sketch up
  • Project team: Rob Wagemans, Tobias Koch, Nuria Ripoll, Kasia Heijerman, Marlou Spierts, Johanna Zychski, Maike Daemen, Mark Haenen, Hilka Ackermann, Ulrike Lehner, Sofie Ruytenberg, Zana Josipovic
  • Specialist joinery: evo, van der plas
  • Lighting consultant: RTLD lighting consultant
  • General contractor: pbm
  • Bar / restaurant: 325 sqm
  • Duration construction: 4 years
  • Opening October: 2017


Stefan cel Mare Building in Bucharest, Romania by Lauster & Radu Arhitecti

Sunday, November 19th, 2017

Article source: v2com

Until 2006 the site located at the intersection between B. Mumuleanu and Tunari Street was a neighborhood vulcanization shop for cars. Between 2006 – and February 2015 the site was empty and people were mistakenly using it as a place for garbage.

The building was commissioned by a private investor who was interested in revitalizing the zone and create a building that can house office spaces for rent. It was also desired to create a meeting point with the help of a fine restaurant, that displays one of the most exotic tastes.

Image Courtesy © Andrei Margulescu

  • Architects: Lauster & Radu Arhitecti
  • Project: Stefan cel Mare Building
  • Location: Bucharest, Romania
  • Photography: Andrei Margulescu
  • Client: Tunari Plaza
  • Project manager: Vitalis
  • Collaborators: Cross Structural Design, Maestro Proiect, D&D Eurocom, AMB Design Project
  • Budget: 5 467 000 euro
  • Area: 11 159,3 sqm
  • Start and completion dates: 2015-2016


Perles et Paddock restaurant in Montréal, Canada by Clairoux

Sunday, November 19th, 2017

Article source: v2com 

Perles et Paddock is a restaurant whose interior design was brought to life by a designer, an architect and a restaurateur working in close collaboration. Clairoux’s team supplied an authentic design experience inspired by the neighbourhood’s history and tailored to the restaurant’s philosophy.

interior design restaurant decoration by Clairoux, high end interior designers commercial and residential part of Frédric Clairoux’s team in collaboration with Maxime Martel architect, Image Courtesy © atelier welldone

  • Architects: Clairoux
  • Project: Perles et Paddock restaurant
  • Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
  • Photography: Atelier welldone
  • Software used: Autocad
  • Interior design: FX Studio design
  • Construction: September 2016 to June 2017

La Mezcalteca Oaxaca in Mexico by deFORMA Estudio Creativo

Tuesday, November 14th, 2017

Article source: deFORMA Estudio Creativo

The project is focused on the transcription of the culture of the Mezcal, the one from Oaxaca mainly. With the intention of showing textures, colors and feelings, in a contemporary way, this is how the concept of this new place is achieved, a new home for Mezcal.

Image Courtesy © deFORMA Estudio Creativo

  • Architects: deFORMA Estudio Creativo
  • Project: La Mezcalteca Oaxaca
  • Location: Oaxaca, Mexico
  • Software used: SketchUp, Photoshop


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