Archive for the ‘Shop’ Category
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
Wednesday, January 29th, 2014
Article source: The Principals
Building on their interactive research projects, The Principals have designed an analog interactive space for the clothing brand EVERLANE entitled Workshop. Located at 74 Gansevoort St. in the Meatpacking District of NYC, Workshop was designed as an adaptive space and is part of Everlane’s “Not a Shop” series started this past summer. Selling clothes only online, the space serves as a physical manifestation of their primarily digital presence; replacing coded interaction with physical interaction.
Image Courtesy © The Principals
- Architects: The Principals
- Project: WORKSHOP for Everlane
- Location: NYC, U.S.A
- Photography: The Principals
- Software used: Rhino, AutoCAD and Solidworks
Sunday, January 19th, 2014
Article source: Architecture Research Office
Knoll’s new offices, showroom, and shop occupy 50,000 square feet on four floors of a mid-century skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan. On the street level, a home design shop features end-grain oak flooring and layers color, textures, and drapery to create a warm residential environment. Full-height windows on the second floor broadcast the company’s brand to the street.
Image Courtesy © Elizabeth Felicella
- Architects: Architecture Research Office
- Project: Knoll Flagship Showroom, Offices, and Shop
- Location: New York City
- Photography: Elizabeth Felicella
- Graphic Design: Project Projects
- Information Technology, Security: TM Technology Partners, Inc.
- LEED Consultant: Watkins Architect
Friday, January 10th, 2014
Article source: TORAFU ARCHITECTS
For Australian skin care brand Aesop, we planned the interior and exterior of the new store in Kawaramachi, Kyoto. The store is located on the 1st floor of a building on a busy shopping street. A narrow 3.2m width, 19.7m depth with a spatial height of 6.2m vaulted ceiling. We approached the project by making the most out of the original building structure with the addition of careful alteration.
Image Courtesy © Takumi Ota
- Architects: TORAFU ARCHITECTS
- Project: Aesop Kawaramachi
- Location: Kawaramachi, Kyoto, Japan
- Photography: Takumi Ota
- Facility design: ENDO-Lighting, maxray(Lightings)
- Production: &S
- Total floor area: 86m2
- Design period: 2013.09-2013.11
- Construction period: 2013.11-12
Sunday, December 22nd, 2013
Article source: OMA
De Rotterdam is conceived as a vertical city: three interconnected mixed-use towers accommodating offices, apartments, a hotel, conference facilities, shops, restaurants, and cafes. The project began in 1997. Construction started at the end of 2009, with completion in 2013.
Image Courtesy © Michel van de Kar
- Architects: OMA
- Project: A mixed-use vertical city
- Location: Rotterdam, The Netherlands
- Photography: Michel van de Kar, Charlie Koolhaas, Ossip van Duivenbode, Philippe Ruault, OMA
- Status: Commission 1997, groundbreaking December 2009, completion November 2013
- Clients: De Rotterdam CV, The Hague (Joint venture MAB, The Hague, OVG, Rotterdam)
- Site: Former harbor waterfront between KPN tower and Cruise Terminal at Kop van Zuid
- Program: Total 162,000m2: offices 72,000m2; 240 apartments 34,5000m2; hotel (278 rooms), congress, restaurant 19,000m2; retail, F&B 1,000m2; leisure 4,500m2; parking (approx. 650 vehicles) 31,000m2
- Partners in charge: Rem Koolhaas, Reinier de Graaf, Ellen van Loon
- Associate in charge: Kees van Casteren Team 1997–2001 (50% SD): Christina Beaumont, Stefan Bendiks, Frans Blok, Robert Cheoff, Bert Karel Deuten, Sharon Goren, Juan Guardetti, Jens Holm, Alex de Jong, Adam Kurdahl, Carolien Ligtenberg, Anna Little, Nuno Rosado, Saskia Simon, Johan de Wachter, Barbara Wolff.
- Team 2007–08 (50% SD – building permit): Chantal Aquilina, Eva Dietrich, Anita Ernödi, Markus Frank, Jonah Gamblin, Clarisa Garcia-Fresco, Alex de Jong, Michel van de Kar, Christoph Michael, Elida Mosquera, Mauro Parravicini, Ippolito Pestellini Laparelli, Raphael Pulido, Louise Sullivan, Olaf Turck, Manuel Villanueva, with: Chun Chiu, Duncan Flemington, Evangelos Kotsioris, Sören Martinussen, Nobuki Ogasahara, Theo Petrides, Benoit Schelstraete, Ian Schopa, Kyo Stockhaus, Joao Viera Costa, Luca Vigliero, Jussi Vuori, Jean-Paul Willemse.
- Team 2009–13 (construction phase, interiors): Michel van de Kar (associate), Marlies Boterman, Christoph Michael, with: Katrien van Dijk, Nathalie Gozdziak, Sai Shu, Saskia Simon, Tomas Dirrix, Erik de Haan, Jue Qiu, Pal Trodahl.
- Interiors hotel (2013): Saskia Simon, Marina Cogliani, Clive Hennessey, Yasuhito Hirose, Arminas Sadzevicius.
Tuesday, December 17th, 2013
Article source: ZÏLON
It is in the context of the event Shopping en Fête – Vieux-Montréal which will take place Saturday, December 14th 2013, the Quai 417 shop unveil the stunning works by Montreal artist renowned Zïlon.
Image Courtesy © Pierre Bélanger
- Architects: ZÏLON
- Project: Quai 417 shop
- Location: Canada
- Photography: Pierre Bélanger
Saturday, November 30th, 2013
Article source: Studio Marco Piva
Marco Piva continues its cooperation with the prestigious brand Bulgari dressing the new 2013-2014 shop windows. The concept was inspired by the just-launched DIVA jewels collection that celebrates the big stars of the past, who have left their personal footprint in the world of style and fashion and who Bulgari wish to honour with magnificent jewels.
Image Courtesy © Andrea Martiradonna
- Architects: Studio Marco Piva
- Project: Bulgari shop windows
- Photography: Andrea Martiradonna
Sunday, November 24th, 2013
Article source: Aiji Inoue
Kurosaki Tully’s Coffee, a chain shop, provides some new challenges to increase the number of shops.
Since this shop is directly connected to the local city station, there are various customers. With this situation, we proposed a special suggestion. That was, to create an identity in total and to purposely design separate customers’ seats.
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