Archive for the ‘Shop’ Category
Saturday, May 25th, 2013
Article source LIN inc.
New concept store starting Autumn 2012 for a fashion label Global Work. Starting from reconsidering the brand’s running theme which is ‘American Casual’, we based our design on West Coast. Image of freedom, undisguised, openness, joy, peace, sunshine, breeze, which conjures up the image of West Coast together with images associated with Global Work brand such as smile, communion, oasis, natural, family, outdoor, safeness, analogue, brought us the concept of ‘crafting together a place to gather.’
Image Courtesy © Kozo Takayama
- Architects: LIN inc.
- Project: New Fashion Retail Stores – GLOBAL WORK
- Location: Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki, Japan
- Photography: Kozo Takayama
- Designer: Atsushi Suzuki
- Area: 285 m2
- Completion year: 2012
- Main Materials : mortar floor. wood floor. Blick wall. mortar wall. Western red cedar wood wall. structural plywood fixture. Galvanized steel pipe furniture.
Friday, May 10th, 2013
Article source: TORAFU ARCHITECTS
For Australian skin care brand Aesop, we planned the interior and exterior of the new store on Meiji Street in Shibuya. The store is located on the first floor of a three-storey building situated between two taller buildings; the space is long and slender – 2.6m in width, 7.8m in depth and 3.9m in maximum height. We aimed to work with these proportions to provide a welcoming and intimate space for communication with customers.
Image Courtesy © Takumi Ota
- Architects: TORAFU ARCHITECTS
- Project: Aesop Shibuya
- Location: Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
- Photography: Takumi Ota
- Principle use: SHOP
- Production: Ishimaru
- Facility design: ENDO-Lighting(Lightings)
- Total floor area: 22.6m2
- Design period: 2012.12-2013.03
- Construction period: 2013.01-2013.03
Sunday, April 21st, 2013
Article source: Uchida Architect Design Office
BROWNIE is a bakery shop and a house, located inside Aso Kuju National park where it is blessed with its rich nature. From the start of the design process, corresponding to the client’s bold belief on bread making using natural, organic, and non-addictive materials, “nature” was strongly intended in the design of this building.
Image Courtesy © Hiroyuki Kawano
- Architects: Uchida Architect Design Office
- Project: Brownie
- Location: Kokonoe, fukuoka, Japan
- Photography: Hiroyuki Kawano
- Function : shop + house
- Site area : 1654 ㎡
- Building area : 148 ㎡
- Total Floor Area : 131 ㎡
- Stories: 1
- Structure (materials): wooden structure
- Finish: (exterior) cedar board
- Finish: (interior) cedar board, plaster
- Completed date: february 2010
- Client: shinichi miyamoto
- Constructional engineer: Hashimoto kensetsu
- Software used: AutoCAD, Vectorworks, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop.
Wednesday, April 17th, 2013
Article source: Yasui Hideo Atelier
I was requested, after winning through the competition, to design a facility accompanied to the museum of Hiroshi SENJU, a world-famous Japanese painter/artist. Before I started the actual planning, I prioritized building my conceptual work first ( i.e. geometrical shape containing both traditional and modern forms ) in order to make my design coexist on the same site with the museum that had a curved form interpreting Karuizawa ’s nature in a elegant way.
Image Courtesy © Nacasa & Partners inc
- Architects: Yasui Hideo Atelier
- Project: Karuizawa Museum Coplex
- Location: Karuizawa, Nagano-ken, Japan
- Photography: Nacasa & Partners inc
- Program: Shop and Restaurant
- Client: International Cultural College Foundation
- Construction: Sasazawa Construction
- Site Area: 8330.42sqm
- Building Area: 331.60sqm
- Total Floor Area: 423.51sqm
- Structure: Steel Structure
- Building Materials: Titanium, Glass
- Design years: 2010,9 – 2011,2
- Construction years: 2011,3 – 2011,9
Saturday, April 6th, 2013
Article source: PROCESS5 DESIGN
This is a plan for a specialist valuables for cash service boutique on the 2nd floor of a building facing the Shinsaibashisuji shopping centre in the business district of the merchant town of Osaka. Existing s valuables for cash service have the image of pawnshops and the current situation is that there is no choice but to compete with the purchasing prices of rival companies.
Image courtesy PROCESS5 DESIGN
- Architects: PROCESS5 DESIGN
- Project: NANBOYA shinsaibashi
- Location: Osaka, Japan
- Design: PROCESS5 DESIGN Ikuma Yoshizawa, Noriaki Takeda, Tatsuya Horii
- Contractor: TORENTA Co., Ltd.
- Collaborator: Lighting Designer: DAIKO ELECTRIC Co., Ltd., Yoshihide Ueo
- Construction type: Interior and exterior Renewal
- Construction phase: 19 jun. 2012 ~ 28 jun.
- Total cost of construction: 5.9million yen | include design fee
Thursday, March 28th, 2013
Article source: deFORMA estudio creativo
The inspiration for this project was the typical American Drugstore, a place where it could be understood as a design store with a combination of a laboratory where this cleanses are made. The colors and the construction elements would give that language, clean white with glass wall in the Lab, black flooring with traditional mosaic from Guadalajara and brick walls for the whole store.
Image Courtesy deFORMA estudio creativo
- Architects: deFORMA estudio creativo
- Project: Joule’s Lab
- Location: Eulogio Parra 2584, Guadalajara, 44657 Mexico
- Type Commercial: Retail space
- Building status: built in 2011
- Number of stories: 1
- Site size: 83 m2
- Site type: urban
- Software used: Autocad for plans, Sketchup with V-ray for renders and final touches with Photoshop
Sunday, March 17th, 2013
Article source: A2OFFICE
A small space with just over 20m ² was the site for the deployment of this kiosk in the Casa da Música Metro Station in the city of Porto, Portugal. This project was based on the idea of “pause”. Pause between commuting routes (home-work-home, home-school-home, etc.) where one color dominates: the yellow. As in the trilogy of chromatic lights os the semaphores, symbolizes a moment of pause, is among the movement and stopping.
Image Courtesy © Alexandra Marques
- Architects: A2OFFICE
- Project: Platform Zero
- Location: Casa da Música Metro Station, Porto, Portugal
- Photography: Alexandra Marques
- Architecture and Coordination: Alberto Dias Ribeiro
- Year: 2012-13
- Client: Plataforma Zero, Lda.
- Construction: Retorvila Construções, Lda.
- Software used: Autocad, Sketchup and Photoshop
Saturday, March 16th, 2013
Article source: Zaha Hadid Architects
A display landscape
The ‘Shop in Shop’ concept for Neil Barrett is based on a singular, cohesive project that is divided into sixteen separate pieces. Specific pieces have then been selected and installed into each of the four Neil Barrett ‘Shop in Shop’s in Seoul, and also into the Hong Kong shop; creating a unique display landscape within each store. Each separate element acts a as piece in a puzzle of the original ensemble, ensuring each shop maintains a relationship to the defined whole and with the other Neil Barrett Shop in Shop locations.
Image Courtesy © Virgile Simon Bertrand
- Architects: Zaha Hadid Architects & Neil Barrett
- Project: Neil Barrett ‘Shop in Shop’
- Location: Seoul, Korea and Hong Kong, China
- Photography: Virgile Simon Bertrand
- Design: Zaha Hadid & Patrik Schumacher
- Project Architect: Claudia Wulf & Elke Presser
- Concept Development: Claudia Wulf, Elke Presser & Torsten Broeder
- Fabrication: Evergrow
- Surface Material: PU Foam with glass fi bre, resin coating
Wednesday, March 13th, 2013
Article source: Arquitectura en Movimiento
Located within the historic center of Mexico City, on the rooftop of one of the most important themed stores of the music scene, the Fender Custom Shop Mexico City is Latin America’s first Fender store and follows a different concept from those in other countries. The basic concept for the development of the project was an architecture conceived as temporary, a sort of hybrid space that could function equally as a store, an art gallery, a meeting space or a lounge; together with music, a short-lived happening and the idea of the guitar as an anthropometric unit of measure.
Image Courtesy © Cuauhtémoc García.
- Architects: Arquitectura en Movimiento
- Project: Fender Custom Shop
- Location: Mexico City, Mexico
- Photography: Cuauhtémoc García.
- Project Year: 2012
- Built Area: 100 m2 covered area + 100m2 exterior area
- Furniture: Arquitectura en Movimiento Workshop
Saturday, March 2nd, 2013
Article source: Cyrille Druart
In 2012, Thomas Dupré, succeeding from a long line of French opticians, decided to create his optical shop in Grenoble, France, and called on designer Cyrille Druart to come up with an original concept. “Our intent was to start with a clean slate, rethink the very idea of an optical shop that might seem too moulded and constantly more of the same. We had to figure out how to offer a new experience.
Image Courtesy Cyrille Druart
- Architects: Cyrille Druart
- Project: Optique Ampere
- Location: Paris, France
- Software used: Designed using Autocad + Rhinoceros and rendered using Maxwell Render.