Archive for the ‘Shop’ Category
Friday, June 22nd, 2018
Article source: SOYOHUN Architects & Partners
Artiarki is located in a special district in Icheon City, which is famous for its traditional porcelain art and the Ceramics Culture and Arts Festival every year.
Image Courtesy © Hwang Kyu Beck & soyohun
- Architects: SOYOHUN Architects & Partners
- Project: Artiarki
- Location: 567-2 Gocheok-ri, Sindun-myeon, Icheon-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
- Photography: Hwang Kyu Beck & soyohun
- Client: Yunbok Lee & Chan Sui Mui Joan
- Site Area: 484.9sm (5,219sf)
- Building Area: 193.7sm (2,085sf)
Friday, June 22nd, 2018
Article source: ZOOCO ESTUDIO
The client asks us for the idea of create a new store concept in which all the product will be related with saffron.
Saffron is known as something tiny, lightweight, but extremely precious and with a large component of tradition.
Bearing in mind these features, we try to bring them to the project and reflect them into the same, but with taking into account the conditions of a store.
Image Courtesy © Miguel de Guzmán
Thursday, June 21st, 2018
Article source: Årstiderne Arkitekter
While respecting its history and original architecture, Årstiderne Arkitekter has redeveloped the former post office Postgården in central Copenhagen. Today, the iconic building has been re-established as a central and vibrant address – a business house offering attractive shops, leasehold offices and 800 workplaces. At the same time, a building has been created which now opens up to the outside world, breathing new life into the surrounding cityscape.
Image Courtesy © Årstiderne Arkitekter
- Architects: Årstiderne Arkitekter
- Project: Postgaarden – at transformation from royal post office into attractive shops and offices
- Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
- Client: PFA Ejendomme
- Client Advisors: Jan Stokholm and NCC Construction
- Engineers: EKJ Rådgivende Ingeniører
- Area: 16,000 m2
- Realised: 2017
Monday, June 18th, 2018
Article source: Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects
Widely recognized for commissioning new works of dance and music, the Hancher reaches audiences beyond the University of Iowa. The new home for this renowned institution will be on a hilltop overlooking the Iowa River, on the main route into Iowa City—a prominent location for the state’s premier performing arts presenter.
The lobby and underside of the cantilevered canopies illuminated at night, providing a dramatic, sophisticated landmark in this pastoral setting, Image Courtesy © Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects
Thursday, June 14th, 2018
Article source: suzuki architects
This combined home and business sits on the skirts of Nihondaira, a hilly area just outside central Shizuoka City. The neighborhood is a mixture of large old farmhouses, tea fields, and new housing developments, with small shops nestled into the laid-back surroundings.The streets curve slightly as they climb gently toward the hills, as if they were built on top of the old paths between fields.They lead, too, to openings where Mt. Fuji suddenly comes into view. It is in just such a spot that this house is located.
Image Courtesy © Kenta Hasegawa
- Architects: suzuki architects
- Project: gré Square House
- Location: Shizuoka-City, Shizuoka, Japan
- Photography: Kenta Hasegawa
- Lead Architects: Hisako Yamamura + Kosuke Suzuki / suzuki architects
- Structural Design: Seiji Ohkawa / soso
- Consultants: Kuwataka Kensetsu Co.,ltd
- Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot) : 79.45 square meters
Monday, June 4th, 2018
Article source: bureau de change architects
The installation creates the impression of a traditional tailor’s cutting room, with multiple pattern pieces hanging from rails that span the width of the façade. Patterns, used in the construction of the brand’s products, have been replicated in a range of British timbers – Elm, Oak, Cherry, Chesnut, Ash and Poplar.
Image Courtesy © bureau de change architects
Thursday, May 17th, 2018
Article source: Borren Staalenhoef Architecten BV bna
Redesign of a former office building designed by Abe Bonnema realized in 1980 in the center of Leeuwarden. The office building is part of a larger complex with houses, shops and a passage that has since fallen into disuse.
Image Courtesy © Pieter Kers
Thursday, May 10th, 2018
Article source: CORE architecture + design
Centrolina is a 4,075 SF dual-concept mercato and osteria that blends a casual California aesthetic with an urban Italian market. The space personifies a market that you can dine within, where Chef highlights seasonality on her menu. An architectural “island” anchors and unifies the space and guests circulate around it to discover the intimate osteria. The “island” begins with the osteria bar, transitions into mercato counters, and terminates as the mercato espresso counter. This allows the spaces to feel cohesive, while also operating as two concepts.
Image Courtesy © Greg Powers
- Architects: CORE architecture + design
- Project: Centrolina
- Location: 974 Palmer Alley, Washington, DC, USA
- Photography: Greg Powers
- Project Team: Allison Cooke, Meryl Salinas
- General Contractor: rand construction
- MEP Engineer: Caliber Design, Inc.
- Structural Engineer: Rathgeber/Goss Associates
- Food Service Consultant: FDS Design
- Millwork: Dovetail Gallery
- Gross Built Area: 4,075 SF
- Completion Year: 2015
Monday, May 7th, 2018
Article source: TSALIKIAN ARCHITECTS & INTERIORS
Located in the heart of Mykonos Town, which many could describe as an elaborate maze, formed by a complex of whitewashed houses, crammed together in an organic orderliness, creating narrow streets that resemble streams, when overflowing with people, who like to stroll curiously through it exploring and discovering its secrets.
Image Courtesy © Andreas Bekas
- Architects: TSALIKIAN ARCHITECTS & INTERIORS
- Project: Sign Boutique
- Location: Mykonos Town “CHORA”, Greece
- Photography: Andreas Bekas
- Designer(s): Anna Tsalikian & Christina Tsalikian
- Area (square meter): 33 sqm
Sunday, May 6th, 2018
Article source: Barrault Pressacco
The Parisian practice Barrault Pressacco recently completed a social housing project in massive stone. The operation articulates an environmental approach to design whilst echoing the Hausmannian building tradition that characterizes the French capital. The use of this natural material equally contributes to the sense of wellbeing and comfort that permeate the project.
Image Courtesy © Giaime Meloni
- Architects: Barrault Pressacco
- Project: Social housing units in massive stone
- Location: 62 rue Oberkampf, 75011 Paris, France
- Photography: Giaime Meloni, Maxime Delvaux, Clément Guillaume
- Client: RIVP
- Competition: Julie André-Garguilo
- Studies: Pauline Rabjeau
- Structure / Thermal Engineering: LM Ingénieur
- M&E Engineering: Atelux
- Economist: ALP ingénierie
- Acoustics: QCS services