Archive for the ‘Retail facilities’ Category
Wednesday, September 21st, 2016
Article source: Cheungvogl
Hong Kong based architecture studio Cheungvogl has created an open exhibition retail space around a robotic system in the 110 year old iconic department store, Au Pont Rouge in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Completed in 1907, Au Pont Rouge located along the Red Bridge on River Moika was built in the tradition of great European department stores such as Galleries Lafayette in Paris or Selfridges in London. Following the revolution in 1919, the building was renamed and converted into Volodarsky Sewing Factory and in the 1930s, the original cupola was demolished. In 2011, the cupola was reconstructed and the building underwent functional and architectural transformations to restore Au Pont Rouge to its original state as a world class department store in Saint Petersburg.
Image Courtesy © Cheungvogl
- Architects: Cheungvogl
- Project: Au Pont Rouge
- Location: Saint Petersburg, Russia
- Year: 2013-2016
Wednesday, September 10th, 2014
Article source: Girimun Architects
The very first South East Asian mixed-use complex of shopping, offices, hotel and convention centre built in the 70’s has gone through a major expansion and repositioning. With an entirely new face and content, its 6-storey shopping mall component has expanded to incorporate former parking areas and lower office floors in a total of 130,000 sqm of inside-out refurbishment. The new eye-catching folding façade wraps around the building with new entrances, display windows and digital screens.
Image Courtesy © Girimun Architects
- Architects: Girimun Architects
- Project: Central Plaza Ladprao
- Location: Bangkok, Thailand
- Type: Master Plan, Retail & Offices
- Size: 130,000 m2
- Client: Central Pattana
- Design: Girimun Ltd 2009
- Opening: 2010
Tuesday, December 18th, 2012
Article source: Christopher Polly Architect
The flagship store responds to its specific urban location within the established high-end retail character of the street, providing a high quality spatial experience for the presentation of optical products that overcomes its spatial limitations and modest budget.
Image Courtesy Brett Boardman
Wednesday, October 31st, 2012
Article source: LOVE architecture and urbanism ZT GmbH
The design concept for the renovation of the interior of the department store followed one main principle: the central atrium should become the store’s new nucleus and the central orientation point of the building because this is where the horizontal and vertical visual axes and the main building access are united.
Image Courtesy Bruno-Klomfar
Thursday, May 31st, 2012
Article source: Zaha Hadid Architects
A design for a new office and retail destination that aims to provide a strong visual identity close to Hongqiao Transportation Hub near Shanghai’s city centre and Hongqiao Airport.
Our proposal for the new Linkong SOHO building aims to provide a strong visual and programmatic identity which establishes a unique destination in its own right. Such identity consists of an exclusive programme mix consolidated in three different destinations – thematic “Courtyards” – representing distinct clusters of activities, and an exceptional architecture that moulds such a programme into a landmark. The building’s dynamic, curvilinear form continues through its internal spatial experiences, dramatic courtyards and flowing public spaces.
- Architects: Zaha Hadid Architects
- Project: Sky SOHO
- Location: Shanghai, China
- Design: Zaha Hadid with Patrik Schumacher
- Project Director: Manuela Gatto
- Project Architect: Edgar Payan, Maria Rodero (Phases SD, DD, CD), Yoshi Uchiyama (Construction Administration)
- Project Team: Arturo Revilla, Muriel Boselli, Chao-Chin Wang, Ai Sato, Michael Harris, Dennis Brezina, Claudia Doner, Mei-Ling Lin, Osbert So, Alberto Barba, Carlos Parraga, Pierandrea Angius, Diego Perez Espitia, Kaloyan Erevinov, Laurence Dudeney, Albert Ferrer, Leonid Krykhtin, Mu Ren, Kwanphil Cho, Evgeniya Yatsyuk, Lauren Barclay, Henning Hansen, Ben Kikkawa, Nicholette Chan, Michael Grau, Sarah Thurow, Adrian Krezlik, Chiwai Chan, Gordana Yakimovska, Ed Gaskin, Andrea D’imperio, Kaloyan Erevinov, Samson Lee, Shaowen Deng, Will Chen
Wednesday, May 30th, 2012
Article source: Steven J. Karr, AIA Inc.
Phased demolition of an existing inactive Shell Service Station and associated site improvements in advance of new construction for the Rollins Center on the Pike, a 9,300 sf retail center
Rollins Center on The Pike
- Architects: Steven J. Karr, AIA Inc.
- Project: Rollins Center on The Pike
- Location: Rockville, Maryland
- Client: Draiman Properties
- Construction Cost: $50,000
- Completed: January 2011
- Software used: Sketchup & AutoCAD
Saturday, May 19th, 2012
Article source: ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea
Balance between the new image and the concept, in a modern and innovative design, are also the elements for the interior design project for the Polanco store ILÓ. The idea comes from the use of the hank of yarn as the design element of a cozy, classic and very elegant space. Being a retail store that sells home high end products the color palette selected was earth, to harmonize and enhance the quality and warmth of the products.
Image Courtesy Jaime Navarro
- Architects: ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea
- Project: ILÓ POLANCO
- Location: Mexico City, Mexico
- Year: 2010
- Interior design: Arq. José Lew Kirsch, Arq. Bernardo Lew Kirsch
- Associates: Arq. Oscar Sarabia, Arq. Jonathan Herrejón, Arq. Adrián de Lucio, Beatriz Canuto
- Photography: Jaime Navarro
Tuesday, May 15th, 2012
Article source: Oliv Architeckten Ingenieure
Interior concept for the market hall and design of 13 market stalls, retail units and gastronomy, delicatessen market and restaurant With a unique concept consisting of a mixture of retail business and gastronomy, the new Schrannenhalle in Munich breaks new ground. Customers can now move freely around the different market stalls, thus experiencing an exceptional new product presentation.
Image Courtesy Edzard Probst
- Architects: Oliv Architeckten Ingenieure
- Project: Schrannenhalle Munich
- Location: Munich, Germany
- Completion: 2011
- Photography: Edzard Probst, Munich
- Software used: ArchiCAD for technical drawings
Wednesday, May 9th, 2012
Article source: Kazuya Yamazaki
The innovative retail interior design with circle shelves, is called “retail O”. The proposal shows the new concept of display. The stacking circle shelves are layered in entire interior space. Therefore, the overlayed circle view is shown from the front facade. Every circle size is defined by different size products from shoes, bags, small accessories to mannequins and even shopping customers!
This is the new way of display system. This is the proposal for the Italian fashion company, Benetton and the site is Omsk, Russia.
Interior 3D images
Saturday, January 7th, 2012
Article source: Shift Architecture Urbanism
Dutch firm Shift A+U is the winner of a first prize, two second prizes and a third prize in the competition for an eco retail development, the Groene Kamer, in Tilburg, the Netherlands.
The aim of the development is to create a new type of country estate where eco-retail, nature and recreation are brought together in an innovative way. A place where city and countryside meet, both physically and programmatically.
- Architects: Shift Architecture Urbanism
- Project: TOPOS Eco-Retail Development Proposal
- Location: Tilburg, The Netherlands
- Team Shift: Thijs van Bijsterveldt, Oana Rades, Harm Timmermans, Pieter Heymans, Laura Fassio
- Advisor: ABT
- Visualisations: A2 studio
- Design Masterplan: .Fabric & LOLA
- Client: Landgoed De Groene Kamer