Archive for the ‘Showroom’ Category
Friday, December 8th, 2017
Article source: avanto architects ltd
Showroom design, interior design and lighting event for professionals is organized second time in Helsinki Fair Centre 13.–15.9.2017. The event is collaboration between Helsinki Design Week and Habitare, the biggest interior design fair in Finland. We were asked to design exhibition architecture but we found the task very challenging as we always start from the site. The vast empty exhibition hall didn’t provide us with any starting points. We started thinking what the fair is all about. As all the information can be found in internet, what is the point of this kind of events? We concluded that the main point is the contact between exhibitors and visitors. This is why we focused on interaction between people instead of designing fancy physical exhibition structures.
Image Courtesy © kuvio
Friday, December 1st, 2017
Article source: Mjölk architects
The way the Janošík Company promote themselves, be it their visual identity or advertising new products, made such an impression on us that we immediately accepted the offer to remodel their showroom in Prague. It is located on the ground floor of a block of flats from the period of the First Republic (1918–1939); The rooms had undergone a number of renovations and had changed tenants many times. And it REALLY showed. Lots of plasterboard, a grid ceiling from the 1990s and floor tiles of all shapes and colours. At the beginning we met with Jakub Janošík, who was in charge of the renovation, and we laid out the main objectives: to get to the original structure of the house by removing all the extra layers and to limit the number of samples on display. We did not want it to be just a room full of windows – we wanted to change it into something more homely. And it turned out pretty well. We uncovered the original concrete slabs supporting the ceiling and, hiding under the floor tiles, we found the original terazzo. Parts of the original parquetry were beyond repair and had to be replaced with new floor boards. Now, the entire showroom looks much cleaner and better-arranged. The light shades of the interior help the windows on display to stand out. Jakub’s wish was to stick to Czech design with the furnishing as well. The chairs are genuine TON, the lights are Bomma or Lasvit, the flowers from the Plevel flower shop sit in vases from the Dechem Design Studio. We are happy to say there is a lot to choose from! We are even happier there are Czech companies that care about the places they invite their customers to.
Image Courtesy © BoysPlayNice – Jakub Skokan and Martin Tůma.
- Architects: Mjölk architects
- Project: Janosik Design Window Showroom
- Location: Prague, Vinohradská 166, Czech Republic
- Photography: BoysPlayNice – Jakub Skokan and Martin Tůma.
- Collaboraters: Klára Šůmová, Václav Dvořák
- Client: Janošík
- Site size: 136 m2
- Project year: 2016
- Completion year: 2017
Wednesday, November 29th, 2017
Article source: i29 interior architects
Challenged to design the new Amsterdam Showroom of the international luggage brand Samsonite, i29 was asked to reflect on the companies spatial brand identity.
The brief was to create an experience that unifies the diversity of the Samsonite Group and it’s sub-brands. To create a spatial identity which is fresh, recognizable and consistent, in order to inspire and attract a diverse group of customers. From young and fashionable to mature and classic. As today’s experienced dynamic consumer ask for fresh thinking and artistic gestures in order to be impressed, i29 aimed for a crystal clear concept that relates to the brand essence.
Image Courtesy © Ewout Huibers
- Architects: i29 interior architects
- Project: Samsonite showroom
- Location: Amsterdam, the Netherlands
- Photography: Ewout Huibers
- Client: Samsonite
- Contractor: Stooff Interior Projects
- Size: 200 m
Tuesday, November 28th, 2017
Article source: monovolume architecture+design
The new beverage market is located along the busy north ring in the industrial area of Brunico. The new building is designed as a beverage wholesale shop and is located directly adjacent to the existing headquarters and warehouse of the company Harpf.
The new beverage market is designed as a wood construction for several reasons: the new beverage market was built on some existing underground storage, so the lightweight applied had to be appropriated.
Image Courtesy © Jürgen Eheim
- Architects: monovolume architecture+design
- Project: Drink Market Harpf
- Location: Bruneck, Italy
- Photography: Jürgen Eheim
- Software used: ArchiCAD
- Structure Project: Grie-Plan
- Project Strategie: Christian Mikunda
- Interior design: raumstory
- Floor: 315m²
- Building time: 2 Months
- Year: 2014
Friday, November 24th, 2017
Article source: Larry Teo
The Paper Pavilion” – an experimental, recyclable furniture showroom concept involving the use of recyclable materials and novel technologies by student designer Larry Teo of Singapore’s Temasek Polytechnic has been selected as one of the winners of the American Architecture Prize 2017 under the Architectural Design/Small Architecture category.
A 25,000 optical glass brick facade replaces the existing cement brick walls of the warehouse, baring its structure and allowing for internal activities to be brought to the public, Image Courtesy © Larry Teo
- Architects: Larry Teo
- Project: The Paper Pavilion – Radical Retail
- Location: Singapore
- Software used: Autocad, 3dS Max
Tuesday, November 21st, 2017
Article source: SPACES ARCHITECTS@ka
The brief was to design a 1500 sq.m. showroom for a tile distributor in New Delhi, India. With the requirements of the client, came along the passion for their work over three generations in the tile industry. They wanted the showroom to be a museum in which they would showcase the tiles as their beloved possessions.
Open central aisle with display areas on either sides., Image Courtesy © SPACES ARCHITECTS@ka
Monday, November 13th, 2017
Article source: Zooco Estudio
Nuilea, is a space dedicated to the sale of cosmetic products, based on the specific indications and requests of the client; A project that does not modify the existing space and limits, a minimum time of construction and the sale of a product whose main characteristic is its natural origin.
Image Courtesy © Imagen subliminal
- Architects: Zooco Estudio
- Project: Nuilea
- Location: Madrid, Spain
- Photography: Imagen subliminal
- Collaborators: María Larriba, Francisco Hidalgo and Victor Romero
- Year: 2016
Tuesday, November 7th, 2017
Article source: GARCIAGERMAN Arquitectos
The new Algo Bonito Showroom is the second renovation in the same neighborhood undertaken by our office for this dynamic fashion firm.
The blend of activities that characterize the everyday office work includes frequent presentations and catwalk private events, together with constant meetings and informal lunches, all which demand a flexible open space capable of instant transformations typified by a young, casual character.
Image Courtesy © Jorge López Conde
- Architects: GARCIAGERMAN Arquitectos
- Project: Algo Bonito Showroom
- Location: Distrito Salamanca, Madrid, Spain
- Photography: Jorge López Conde
- Client: Algo Bonito S.L. Global Communications Agency
- Team: Jacobo García-Germán, Laura Carrero, Raquel Díaz de la Campa, Lidia de Lucas, Lucía Valles
- Builder: Revima S.L.
Wednesday, October 18th, 2017
Article source: SUTE ARCHITECT
The Honda Bigwing Ubon Ratchathani in the north eastern region of Thailand. The Showroom Building is designed to bring out the characteristics of the motorcycle rider. Bike riders have been caught with the body leaning into the curves of the motorcycle which the car cannot do like that. This is the charm of the motorcycle riding so we designed this building to be a modern and unique style. The slope adjusting is the tilt of the roof to make the building seems different dimensions of the space surrounding the building around a general commercial building in the city center. In order to create space for a biker who love to ride motorcycle such a Big bike.
Image Courtesy © Iamnexstep
- Architects: SUTE ARCHITECT
- Project: Honda Bigwing
- Location: 68, Chayang Kun, Nai Mueang, Mueang Ubon Ratchathani District, Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand
- Photography: Iamnexstep
- Built Area (m2 or sqft): 1800 m2
- Completion Year: 2015
Thursday, September 28th, 2017
Article source: Fumihiko Sano Studio
LIFE SPACE UX is a SONY’s new brand born with a concept to fit in daily life. I designed a space to showcase its series of products.
I picked the idea of “Shichu no sankyo” in Japanese tea ceremony terms as a theme of this project, this is the idea of a country cottage built in the middle of a modern metropolis and also suggests another dimension therefore I built a modern Japanese space in the center of Ginza, Tokyo.
Image Courtesy © Koichiro Kutsuna
- Architects: Fumihiko Sano Studio (studio PHENOMENON)
- Project: Shichu no Sankyo
- Location: 5-5-3-1 Ginza,Chuo-ku,Tokyo,104-0061,Japan
- Photography: Koichiro Kutsuna
- Client: SONY
- Construction: GARA / Michikusa
- Produce: The Tea Room
- Site area: 90.52 m²
- Completion: 10/2016