Archive for the ‘Shop’ Category
Thursday, May 1st, 2014
Article source: i29 | interior architects
Frame Publishers and Foam Photography Museum Amsterdam joined forces for a creative centre in the historic Felix Meritis building.
A new creative platform has opened its doors, enlivening the monumental Felix Meritis residence at 324 Keizersgracht in Amsterdam. The space will host numerous events and exhibitions organized by both Frame and Foam. Alongside the events, Frame Publishers has created two retail spaces – designed by local outfit i29 – with a focus on fashion and design.
Image Courtesy © i29 | interior architects
Wednesday, April 16th, 2014
Article source: Fraher Architects
The shop sits next door to the Quality Chop House which has a reputation for excellent cooking and good quality ingredients. The Client approached us to consider design proposals for the refurbishment of the adjacent shop unit that had recently become available.
Image Courtesy © Jack Hobhouse
- Architects: Fraher Architects
- Project: Quality Chop Shop
- Location: Farringdon, London
- Photography: Jack Hobhouse
- Joinery fabrication & installation: Fraher & Co
- Client: Private Client
Thursday, March 20th, 2014
Article source: Kengo Kuma & Associates
This shop, specialized in selling pineapple cake (popular sweet in Taiwan), is in the shape of a bamboo basket. It is built on a joint system called “Jiigoku-Gumi,” traditional method used in Japanese wooden architecture (often observed in Shoji: vertical and cross pieces in the same width are entwined in each other to form a muntin grid).
Image Courtesy © Daici Ano
- Architects: Kengo Kuma & Associates
- Project: SunnyHills
- Location: Minami-Aoyama, Japan
- Photography: Daici Ano
- Structure: Jun Sato Structural Engineering
- Facilities: Kankyo Engineering
- Construction: Satohide Corporation
- Site Area: 175.69m2
- Building Area: 102.36m2
- Total Floor Area: 293.00m2
- No. of Floors: BF1, 1F, 2F, RF
- Structure: Reinforced Concrete Partially Timber
- Construction Period: 2012.November〜2013.December
- Primary use: Store (retail)
- Client: Sunny Hills Japan
- Design Team: Kengo Kuma, Kenji Miyahara, Hiroaki Akiyama, Yuteki Dozono, Masahiro Minami
- Hvac: San-ei Setsubi Kogyo
- Plumbing: San-ei Setsubi Kogyo
- Electric: Kokko Systems
- Building Coverage: 58.26% (maximum allowed: 60%)
- Floor area ratio: 166.77% (maximum allowed: 281.60%)
Saturday, March 15th, 2014
Article source: Metropolis
This Office Building Project is located in a 2,255.98 m² terrain. The first and second floor is used as shops.
The main idea was to create an iconic building which uses the lighting as a way to give movement to the building.
The main facade is a black curtain wall with a Led system inside its structure so a vibrant effect could be created.
Image Courtesy © Metropolis
- Architects: Metropolis (Jose Orrego Herrea)
- Project: Building Omega
- Build area: 36,860.13 m²
- Office area: 14,523.93 m²
- Commercial area: 2,013.92 m²
- Cars: 464
Wednesday, March 5th, 2014
Article source: ROSSETTI
To entice both Seattle Sounders + Seahawks fans into the stadium’s Pro Shop, ROSSETTI expanded the store size by 250%, creating an immersive shopping environment for both teams. Each team’s merchandise is showcased on either side of the entrance through crystal clear, butt-glazed walls. The folding entrance wall opens on game days exposing a central flex space that is merchandised for the team playing that day.
Image Courtesy © ROSSETTI
- Architects: ROSSETTI
- Project: Century Link Pro Shop-Retail for Seahawks+Sounders
Tuesday, February 25th, 2014
Article source: Metropolis Communication
Log architectes’ housing, office and commercial program deals with a specific corner condition by joining the street-side facade to the gable wall, turning it into a facade in its own right.
A clear and simple volumetry, the rhythmic composition of the facade and the contextually relevant materiality of the building allow it to precisely fit into the surrounding urban fabric.
Image Courtesy © LOG Architectes
- Architects: LOG Architectes
- Project: Quanim
- Owners: Private and public
- Project management : LOG architects and Jean-Pierre Bouanha (former associate) for the SD et DD phases
- Program: Construction of a mixed building, housing + offices + shop
- Area: 1,319 sq. m. net floor area
- Cost: € 3,200,000 excl. VAT
- Schedule: construction’s length: 14 months – Delivery: October 2014
Tuesday, February 25th, 2014
Article source: sporaarchitects
Take a 80 square meter ground floor flat in the downtown of Budapest, and transform it into an artisanal coffee shop, for one of the world’s best baristas. The building is an urban palace, built in 1812, with beautiful classicist detail, structures of that period, today a residential house.
Image Courtesy © Danyi Balázs
- Architects: sporaarchitects
- Project: Espresso Embassy
- Location: Budapest, Hungary
- Photography: Danyi Balázs
- Architect In Charge: Dékány Tibor, Hatvani Ádám
- Year: 2012.
- Lighting: sporaarchitects, Tarcali Dávid, Jánosi András
- Concrete wash basin: VPI betonmanufaktúra
Sunday, February 16th, 2014
Article source: Archi@Mosphere
When buying eyewear, people consider their eyesight along with the design that can best express their image. This shows that an eyewear is a product that fulfills an individualâ€™s need for accurate function and sensibility for beauty. We found that the sales process of an eyewear is quite similar to designing a space due to these factors.
Image Courtesy © Archi@Mosphere
- Architects: Archi@Mosphere
- Project: PAPYRUS Glasses shop
- Location: Seoul, South Korea
- Type: Commercial
- Floor area: 59.0 sqm
- Building scope: B1
- Inside finishing: 3T stainless steel, Mirror, Barrisol
- Status: Completed
- Client: PAPYRUS eyewear group
Saturday, February 15th, 2014
Article source: mode:lina architekci s.c.
“VOX showroom (Jasnogórska 2A st.) undergone a complete metamorphosis and from August 10th is the only one of a kind Interior Workshop in Krakow. The new store is filled with unique Polish and European brands, rarely or not at all available in other interior design stores. In this shop you can buy furniture, renowned German kitchens, doors, flooring, textiles, lighting, glass and ceramics, decorative items, windows, garage doors, paint and even … special room fragrances!”
Image Courtesy © Marcin Ratajczak
- Architects: mode:lina architekci s.c. (Paweł Garus & Jerzy Woźniak)
- Project: Pracownia Wnętrz
- Location: Kraków, Poland
- Photography: Marcin Ratajczak
- PROJECT TEAM: Paweł Garus, Jerzy Woźniak, Kinga Kin, Agnieszka Owsiany
- COMPLETION: August / Sierpień 2013
- AREA: 1200 m2
Thursday, January 30th, 2014
Article source: Bierman Henket architecten
The Wilhelminaplein in Leeuwarden, also known as het Zaailand, has undergone a radical transformation. The enormous square has been re-duced considerably by the addition of the new Fries Museum on the east side and a street front of housing and shops on the north side. The existing Zaailand shopping centre has been given a facelift. This combination of commercial and cultural functions creates a lively, urban atmosphere.
Image Courtesy © Michel Kievits
- Architects: Bierman Henket architecten
- Project: Fries Museum
- Location: Leeuwarden, Netherlands
- Photography: Michel Kievits
- Design: 2002 – 2007
- Completion: 2012
- Opening: 13 september 2013
- Client: Fries Museum
- Consultants: Grontmij (structural engineer), Huisman &, Van Muijen (services engineer), Adviesbureau P, eutz en associés bv (building physics), IPMMC (project management)
- Contractor: BAM Friso