Archive for the ‘Showroom’ Category
Wednesday, July 12th, 2017
Article source: Shenzhen Bernard Space Design
Traditional expressions of eastern Zen are diversified. However, what we want to express is not the language deliberately posted with such labels but a kind of quiet expression that attaches importance to meaning instead of form. The project covers a showroom of 100 square meters and an office space of 700 square meters. Gene core of the major brand QUALLIN in the showroom is also created by us–trace to its source, and return to simplicity.
Image Courtesy © Zhang Zhiwen
- Architects: Shenzhen Bernard Space Design
- Project: OU ALLIN clothing
- Location: Shenzhen, China
- Photography: Zhang Zhiwen
- Chief designer: Zhang Zhiwen
- Design team: Zhu Liangwen, Yang Weiyu, Sheng Pingfeng
- Decoration designer: Zhang Zhiwen
- Main materials: rusty iron plate, cement texture, artistic solid wood board, iron pipe, perforated iron plate
- Area: 800㎡
- Completion time: 2017,05
Sunday, July 2nd, 2017
Article source: Ministry of Design
Desiring relevance in the face of ever evolving retail trends, Tangs appointed MOD to fundamentally redefine its retail experience by establishing a new retail strategy, public space planning and holistic design for the ground and upper levels.
Image Courtesy © Ministry of Design
Sunday, June 25th, 2017
Article source: II BY IV DESIGN
As front-runners in the Tile and Stone industry, Olympia Tile has great influence over styling and demand, particularly within North America, but also worldwide.
Their flagship showroom occupies an entire block and features over 37,000 square feet of space open to the public, which is nothing short of grand. Employing natural stone sourced from the client’s product line, we created a contemporary, fashion-forward space with a bold architectural feel that references a gallery experience and high-end retail.
Image Courtesy © Hill Peppard
- Architects: II BY IV DESIGN
- Project: Olympia Tile & Stone Showroom
- Location: Toronto, Canada
- Photography: Hill Peppard
- Software used: Autocad
- Client: Olympia Tile International Inc.
- Size: 37,000 sq. ft.
- Date Completed: December 2014
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
Sunday, June 18th, 2017
Article source: DEFERRARI+MODESTI
Creative duo DEFERRARI+MODESTI is the mastermind behind Marca Corona’s showroom recently opened in Sassuolo (Italy), in the heart of the world famous ceramic production district. The new exhibition space tells the story of the Emilian company founded in 1741 and showcases one of Made in Italy’s flagships: ceramics.
Image Courtesy © Anna Positano
- Architects: DEFERRARI+MODESTI (Javier Deferrari and Lavinia Modesti)
- Project: Showroom Marca Corona
- Location: Via Emilia Romagna, 7, Sassuolo (MO), Italy
- Photography: Anna Positano
- Client: Ceramiche Marca Corona s.p.a.
- Set Design: Direfarecreare s.r.l., Exprimo s.r.l.
- GFA: 400 sqm
- Year: 2017
Sunday, June 11th, 2017
Article source: MIDE architetti
The project for the new Gianni Chiarini’ s showroom in Milan consists in a partially hypogeum exhibition space, located underneath an historical building in the heart of the city.
The access has been re-set up through a recessed patio in the courtyard pavement, which hosts the new stairway that leads to the showroom below. This morphological operation modifies the ground floor of the external area, emphasising the entrance and inviting the visitor to descend. The resulting basement patio has therefore transformed into a small garden, a formal filter between the public space and the more intimate and welcoming internal showroom.
Image Courtesy © Alessandra Bello
- Architects: MIDE architetti
- Project: 082 Showroom Interrato
- Location: Lucca 55011 – Lucca (LU), Italia
- Photography: Alessandra Bello
- Construction Company: Luccaedil
- Infixes: Palladio
- Paved area: Marmi Faedo
- Surface: 320 m2
- Job assignmen: 05/2013
- Start of construction work: 01/2014
- End of construction work: 10/2015
Thursday, May 11th, 2017
Article source: Chybik+Kristof Architects & Urban Designers
The transformation of a former car show room on the outskirts of a housing estate into a site of the MY DVA group, focusing on the production of office, school and metal furniture, represents another finished structure of the young architecture firm CHYBIK + KRISTOF Architects & Urban Designers from Brno. The single-storey building of a poor aesthetic quality turned into a building with a new, easily remembered façade composed of more than 900 black plastic seats. The façade is conceived abstractly, functioning also as a banner advert for the firm itself. After finishing a simple refurbishment of its interior, a new flexible showroom was created presenting the individual segments of the firm´s production in specific, thematically arranged settings.
Image Courtesy © Lukas Pelech
- Architects: Chybik+Kristof Architects & Urban Designers
- Project: Showroom And Offices For Furniture Company
- Location: Brno-Vinohrady, Czech Republic
- Photography: Lukas Pelech
- Client: MY DVA group a.s.
- Team: Ondrej Chybik, Michal Kristof, Victor Cojocaru, Martin Holy, Vojtech Kouril, Sarka Kubinova, Ondrej Mundl, Matej Strba
- Year: 2015-2016
- Size: 550 m2
- Status: Completed Program
Image Courtesy © Lukas Pelech
Tuesday, April 25th, 2017
Article source: Klein Dytham architecture
KDA redesigned 1,800m2 of luxury goods retail space on the ground floor of Selfridges & Co’s famous Oxford Street store. Finding inspiration in the way stores fit neatly behind the existing architecture of London’s Victorian shopping arcades, and in the notion of wunderkammer – room-sized displays of interesting or exotic objects – KDa created the Wonder Room, a spaced that housed “a luxury goods emporium with the energy of a souk.”
Image Courtesy © Klein Dytham architecture
Thursday, April 20th, 2017
Article source: v2com
Building on its recent success in Villeray with the Castelnau condominium project, DevMcGill and TGTA invite you to the opening of the sales office and showroom for the all-new Ateliers Castelnau condominium project. The development, located in the heart of Mile-Ex, will have approximately 310 units. The investment is nearly $100 million.
Ateliers Castelnau, Image Courtesy © DevMcGill
- Architects: DevMcGill & TGTA
- Project: Castelnau Condominium Project
- Location: Montréal, Canada
- Photography: DevMcGill – TMSA (more…)
Thursday, April 13th, 2017
Article source: Giorgio Borruso Design
Carlo Pazolini, Brompton Rd is a 120 sqm space in Knightsbridge, London, housing men’s and women’s shoes and accessories. The design marks an evolution of the Carlo Pazolini worldwide store concept integrating specificities of site. Our design sought to recognize the memory of the adjacent 18th Century Brompton Arcade (now part of a retail store) by recreating a contemporary barrel vault ceiling as well as the illusion via a mirror wall that the space opens to the exterior at the back. An historical detail in the facade was used as a generative “seed” for the interior geometric language and led us to a pointed rather than semicircular barrel vault design. The memorialization of this neighboring arcade space led to a tunnel-like twisting of the interior in such a way that the floor, walls, and ceiling become wrapped into one another, creating a vortex of movement from front to back in which design elements flock like schools of fish moving through a turbulent fluid environment.
Image Courtesy © Giorgio Borruso Design
- Architects: Giorgio Borruso Design
- Project: Carlo Pazolini Brompton
- Location: London, England, UK
- Software used: FormZ