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Road to Awe (RtA) in California by Dan Brunn Architecture

Sunday, July 23rd, 2017

Article source: Dan Brunn Architecture

The flagship store of Road to Awe (RtA) is as streetwise as the clothes produced by this Los Angeles fashion brand. Los Angeles architect Dan Brunn, AIA, created a complex, dream-like space with geometric precision, meditative sensations, and positive/negative dualities. Graced with street exposure from two sides, the streamlined boutique proclaims its variably angled black façades to the public. Dan Brunn Architecture renovated a 1,200-square-foot, 1970s building to create the new retail space, maintaining its footprint, but completely reshaping its geometry to create a more cohesive, sculptural experience. Inside, the 10-foot-tall space features concrete floors, black mirrors, wood surfaces, and blackened steel beams, creating a minimalist backdrop to the edgy fashion. An interior garden contributes calm and brings a mannered sense of nature into the scene.

Image Courtesy © Brandon Shigeta

  • Architects: Dan Brunn Architecture
  • Project: Road to Awe (RtA)
  • Location: California, USA
  • Photography: Brandon Shigeta

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Circular Quay Tower in Sydney, Australia by Foster + Partners

Tuesday, July 18th, 2017

Article source: Foster + Partners 

Foster + Partners has been appointed to design a new office tower as part of an urban precinct that is set to reinvigorate part of Sydney’s iconic Circular Quay. Located between George and Pitt streets – a stone’s throw away from the city’s famous harbour – the scheme is characterised by a network of pedestrian laneways that criss-cross the site at different levels. The laneways will be lined with shops, cafes and bars, celebrating Sydney as a unique destination.

Image Courtesy © Foster + Partners

  • Architects: Foster + Partners
  • Project: Circular Quay Tower
  • Location: Circular Quay, Sydney, Australia

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A breathing cake shop — MarierWagashi in Shenzhen, China by BloomDesign

Wednesday, July 12th, 2017

Article source: BloomDesign 

“Only by planting the roots of design into the earth can we harvest its towering trees.”

— Yu Ping, Chinese designer

Marier in Japanese means intimacy or intimate connection between people. MarierWagashi locates its first heritage shop in Shangmeilin, Shenzhen, more precisely, the ground floor of an old building in an old community, with an air of detachment from the urban hustle.

Image Courtesy © Nie Xiaocong

  • Architects: BloomDesign
  • Project: A breathing cake shop — MarierWagashi
  • Location: Shenzhen, China
  • Photography: Nie Xiaocong
  • Creative director: Li Baolong, Chen Xiaohu
  • Project team: Qiu Wendi, Zhang Renqiang
  • Lighting design: Ding Jie
  • Construction company: HeiZhuangXiu

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District E in The Netherlands by Powerhouse Company

Sunday, July 9th, 2017

Article source: Powerhouse Company

Powerhouse Company, in collaboration with landscape architect ZUS and developer Amvest, won the invited competition for a 70,000 m2 mixed use building right next to the central station of Eindhoven. In Powerhouse Company’s winning design, three slender towers fan out to generous plinths. The complex combines a varied residential program with an array of (semi-)public amenities ranging from hotel to work/meeting spaces, a student study centre, shops, restaurants and exhibition spaces.

Image Courtesy © Powerhouse Company

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KLANG & CO. asian food depot in Victoria, Australia by PNEU ARCHITECTS

Thursday, July 6th, 2017

Article source: PNEU ARCHITECTS

The Klang & Co. conceptual design pivots around a desire to combine the tactility of the experience of dining with the contextual quality of Malaysia Klang Depot, which is the provenance of the restaurant culture. The design draws inspiration from Heston’s dish ‘Sound of the sea’, the dish composes the sound of sea wave audible through magnifying the echoes within the sea shell and the olfactory experience of smelling the sea water, Heston aims to heighten the senses associated with dining in order to enhance the innate quality of the ingredients. Our design deploys elements which invoke sensual responses and contextual association, the crane structure overhead adds visual potency to the dining environment, it reflects the industrial oil processing which is essential to Klang’s economic boom, the artificial identity of the crane is counterpoised by the suspended tables, translucent screen wall which signify sea bubble and the sea; and level of bright glimpse effect throughout the spatial arrangement, embodied the illumination atmosphere of the Klang depot’s night life . Deliberately designed elements permeate the restaurant to embellish the overall setting just as sea lives dwell in the sea. The restaurant layout celebrates the coastal industrial process of on and offloading cargo containers, a parallel can be drawn with the on and offloading of pre-packaged food, just like modern craft no longer limits itself to handmade goods and is continuously expanding its possibilities through machine processing, the craftsmanship of takeaway food can inherit authenticity and quality without compromising the effectiveness of its distribution.

Image Courtesy © Jack Lovel

  • Architects: PNEU ARCHITECTS
  • Project: KLANG & CO. asian food depot
  • Location: Shop 8/672 Glenferrie Road Hawthorn Victoria Australia
  • Photography: Jack Lovel
  • Clients: KLANG & CO. Asian Food Depot
  •  Design Team: Nelson Lee, Kiet Yeang Chew, Nick Huynh, Phoebe Wong
  • Builder:  JNT Building Co.
  • Mechanical Engineer: Keeair Refrigeration Pty Ltd
  • Graphic Manufacturers: A Better Sign Pty Ltd, Cargo Crew, O’kelly Group Pty Ltd
  • Budget: AUD 200,000.00 approx
  • Built Area (m2 or sqft): 56m²
  • Completion Year: 2017

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Concept Store Groos in Rotterdam, The Netherlands by MVRDV

Wednesday, June 21st, 2017

Article source: MVRDV 

From The Wall Street Journal to Elle, and Architectural Digest to The Lonely Planet city guide; Groos has been named as a leading example for promoting contemporary goings-on in the world of design, art, food and culture in Rotterdam. The one-of-a-kind 300m2 concept store is also heading in a different direction focusing more on high-end design, art, and collaborations with a range of creatives, yet still staying true to its original concept: to promote local talent from Rotterdam to a wide audience. The store’s distinct bright pink wall displays original artworks, and its custom-made mint green candy counter is designed by Sabine Marcelis.

Image Courtesy © Ossip van Duivenbode

  • Architects: MVRDV
  • Project: Concept Store Groos
  • Location: Rotterdam, The Netherlands
  • Photography: Ossip van Duivenbode
  • Client: Groos
  • Design Team: Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs, Nathalie de Vries with Fokke Moerel, Elien Deceuninck, William de Ronde and Jun Xiang Zhang
  • Contractor: Goudsesingel Onderhoud

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Durasafe Retail Gallery in Singapore by Ministry of Design

Sunday, June 18th, 2017

Article source: Ministry of Design

Durasafe, Singapore’s leading supplier of premium safety gear and equipment, approached MOD to create a gallery that would reinforce its existing strong brand presence for its predominantly male customer base and reach end users instead
of businesses.

Image Courtesy © Ministry of Design

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New Mynt Store in Barcelona, Spain by Dear Design

Friday, June 16th, 2017

Article source: Dear Design

DearDesign has unveiled the design of the second MYNT store, which has 22m2 and is located in the SPLAU shopping center in Cornellá, Barcelona.

The premise for the design was to create an iconic space that reflected the fresh and cosmopolitan spirit of the brand, following the thread of the first store, with a concept adaptable to any property and versatile when exposing the product. It should also be a design that could be quickly built and with a moderate cost.

Image Courtesy © Xavi Torrent

  • Architects: Dear Design
  • Project: New Mynt Store
  • Location: Cornellá, Barcelona, Spain
  • Photography: Xavi Torrent
  • Creative director: Ignasi Llauradó
  • Collaborators: Juan Verdeguer, Anna Garreta, Adriana Camps
  • Year: 2017

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Albert Heijn Retail Concept in Amsterdam, The Netherlands by claessens erdmann designers

Friday, June 16th, 2017

Article source: claessens erdmann designers

A newly developed XL formula for Albert Heijn where the focus point is fresh and really good food. With more than 200 quality products added to it’s assortment and staff as “masters” of their departments, this is the market-place where you can find everything you need.

Image Courtesy © claessens erdmann designers

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Actually Boutique in Singapore by Ministry of Design

Tuesday, June 13th, 2017

Article source: Ministry of Design

Inspired by Magritte’s Surrealist paintings & the whimsicality of Street Fashion, Actually Boutique redefines the conventional boutique-elevating it from a muted repository of clothes to a wonderland of sensory and fashion stimuli. Situated along historical Seah Street, the New Insertions into the space are suspended away from the Old Shell, creating a unified backdrop for the merchandise.

Image Courtesy © Ministry of Design

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