Archive for the ‘space’ Category
Friday, January 20th, 2017
Article source: 9cm
This project located next to Hong-ik University, in Seogyo-dong Seoul, has the art department of reputation. So young artists have settled their small studios in old houses along with the university streets, and influenced arts, design, architecture, literature, and more. Then this town became a huge space for cultural exchange of young people and this activity changed old buildings into a brand new or unique remodeled buildings to fit artists’ lifestyle.
Image Courtesy © Yousub Song
- Architects: 9cm
- Project: Full Metal Jacket – Old House Renovation
- Location: Seogyo-DONG, Mapo-GU, Seoul, Korea
- Photography: Yousub Song
- Architect and construction manager: 9cm
- Construction: 9cm
- Team: Ahn Chulmin, Koo Junghwan, Lee Sangyoon, Namgoong Yong
- Architecture area: 221.63 m2
Friday, January 20th, 2017
Article source: jantzen studio
Free-Space Is A Pre-Fabricated, Modular, System Of Components That Can Be Assembled, Disassembled, And Reassembled Into Many Different Configurations, In Order To Create Many Different Kinds Of Structures. These Structures Can Be Used As Very Functional Places Such As Pavilions, Or They Can Be Developed Into Various Kinds Of Non-Functional Sculptures. All Of The Structures Can Be Made From Bolting Together Two Panel Types. Both Panel Types Are Curved To An Eleven Foot Radius And Are Four Feet Wide, And Eight Feet Long. Each Of Them Is Made From Three Curved Steel Pipe Frames, Which Are Connected Together With A Series Of Wood Slats. The Slatted Panels Can Be Bolted Together End To End In Either A Horizontal Or Vertical Orientation. If The Panels Intersect Anywhere In The Structure, They Can Also Be Bolted Together At That Intersection. If The Panels Are Used To Create More Functional Structures Like This Shade Pavilion, Solar Panels Can Be Attached To The Curved Slatted Panels (In The Appropriate Location) In Order To Provide Solar Electric Power For Use In And Around The Pavilion. A Personal Shade Pavilion Is Shown Here With A Solar Panel Attached To One Of The Curved Slatted Panels. A Storage Cylinder, Two Lounge Chairs, A Dinning Table, And A Hammock, Are Placed Under The Shade Canopy For Use As A Special Summer Retreat Place.
Image Courtesy © jantzen studio
Wednesday, December 28th, 2016
Article source: Fumihiko Sano／studio PHENOMENON
Walking down a street off Kawahara-Gojo in Kyoto, you will find an old Japanese-style house. The house is over a hundred years old, built in the Meiji era. Giyōfū architecture was the method the master-carpenter applied, copying Western architecture but using Japanese traditional wooden techniques. After being used as print shop and furniture store over the decades, the house was renovated to a co-working space called “MATERIAL KYOTO”.
Image Courtesy © Tadanobu Omote
- Architects: Fumihiko Sano／studio PHENOMENON
- Project: MTRL Kyoto
- Location: 554 Honshiogama-cho,Shimogyo-ku,Kyoto-city,Kyoto,600-8411,Japan
- Photography: Tadanobu Omote
- Construction: Kansai Reform Institute
- Structure: Wood
- Site area: 201.91 m²
- Building area: 162.79 m²
total floor area : 386.05 m²(1F+2F+3F)
- Completion: 5/2016
Wednesday, December 14th, 2016
Article source: Hangzhou AN Interior Design Co.,Ltd.
HEIKE is a test of the fashion designer –Laohei .We try to explore possibilities of a independent designer store. In Hangzhou,HEIKE is more than a fashion store.It creates a space for art,music and exhibition.We try to explore a form of space that is independent and free.
Image Courtesy © Hangzhou AN Interior Design Co.,Ltd.
- Architects: Hangzhou AN Interior Design Co.,Ltd. (Shanwei Weng, Jiadie Yuan)
- Project: Black Cant System – HEIKE fashion brand concept store
- Location: Hangzhou, China
- Software used: Autocad and sketch up
Wednesday, September 21st, 2016
Article source: Cheungvogl
Hong Kong based architecture studio Cheungvogl has created an open exhibition retail space around a robotic system in the 110 year old iconic department store, Au Pont Rouge in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Completed in 1907, Au Pont Rouge located along the Red Bridge on River Moika was built in the tradition of great European department stores such as Galleries Lafayette in Paris or Selfridges in London. Following the revolution in 1919, the building was renamed and converted into Volodarsky Sewing Factory and in the 1930s, the original cupola was demolished. In 2011, the cupola was reconstructed and the building underwent functional and architectural transformations to restore Au Pont Rouge to its original state as a world class department store in Saint Petersburg.
Image Courtesy © Cheungvogl
- Architects: Cheungvogl
- Project: Au Pont Rouge
- Location: Saint Petersburg, Russia
- Year: 2013-2016
Wednesday, September 14th, 2016
Article source: J.C Architecture
A collaboration that started with a discussion of what makes one feel happy, whether tangible or a feeling, from small pleasures tolife conquests. Happier cafe is a place for change and evolution, where people feel comfortable but also are key attributes to the space. For that, we believe each person sharing the space should be able to change and contribute to its creation. We imagined it as an art installation, given the lease was granted for only six months, something perhaps temporary, nonetheless imaginative and playful. Using paper was an ideal scheme to allow people to express, build, and adjust the environment according to their mood. Paper became a simple tool that records the change of the space, and the idea that each one of us can seek and manipulate their own search for balance and transformation. Large paper rolls create a time machine installation, forming walkways, niches, and intimate spaces for coach sessions, gatherings and relaxation. The cafe bar is designed as an open counter where users hand pick their snacks and prepare their drinks, and are trusted to pay and collect their own change, enabling and sharing the responsibility and maintenance of the space to the community, an overall feeling that directly connects the people and space together.
Image Courtesy © Zachary C. Hone
- Architects: J.C Architecture
- Project: Happier Café – Paper Space
- Location: Taipei, Taiwan
- Photography: Zachary C. Hone
- Client: Happier Café
- Lead Designer: Johnny Chiu, Nora Wang, Maria Isabel Lima
- Built area: Indoor 315 m2, Outdoor 212 m2
Tuesday, May 31st, 2016
Article source: Alexis Dornier
The vision of this place was to create community. A model of a micro society where people find their own space for privacy as well as places of gathering, exchange, movement and education, the structure we had found prior to it’s make over already had a great deal of that desired spatial configuration we find today.
Image Courtesy © Alexis Dornier
- Architects: Alexis Dornier
- Project: Roam Co-living
- Location: Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
- Photography: Alexis Dornier
- Construction: Surya Kembar Properti
- Brands: Grohe, Toto, Tecnogas, Franke, Lg, Sika Flex
- Size: 1750 M2
- Status: Completed July 2015
Tuesday, May 17th, 2016
Article source: Paolo Cesaretti Architetto
The inspiration for this project came from the tension between archaic and contemporary so deeply expressed by the city of Istanbul, where contrasts are the spirit of daily life. To epitomize this kind of tension we adopted a simple but powerful alphabet of opposed neat geometries. The overlaying of linear and monochromatic elements created different perspectives giving deepness to the space. Thus shaping an ideal background to the display of a wide range of product families, enhancing their decorative and plastic qualities and, at the same time, making clear all their technical features.
Image Courtesy © Luca Rotondo
- Architects: Paolo Cesaretti Architetto
- Project: Monochrome – Kale at Unicera 2016
- Location: Istanbul, Turkey
- Photography: Luca Rotondo
- Client: Kale group
- Creative direction: Paolo Cesaretti
- Design Team: Kaul cesaretti, Danish paola, Francesca panizza
- Visual design: Modiki
- Styling: Sea winners
- Contractor: Studio/ embroiderer
- Area: 750 sqm
Wednesday, May 11th, 2016
Article source: Migliore + Servetto Architects
For the first edition of space&interiors, at The Mall – Porta Nuova, Migliore + Servetto Architects designed an innovative concept of exhibition center. The interior is designed on the basis of a double register: on one hand the commercial purpose offers a detailed analysis of each products on display; on the other hand, an analytical approach allows a dialectic comparison between them.
Image Courtesy © Migliore + Servetto Architects
Saturday, July 12th, 2014
Article source: Schaap en Sturm Architecten
The building commits 71 apartments (47 in social housing and 24 apartments for sale), a studio for guests, an huge atrium entrance hall with a collective coffee corner and terraces. Below the building is a parking, a bicycle parking and private storages. The starting point of the project where in fact two dwelling projects, with a small cycling path in between.
Image Courtesy © Schaap en Sturm Architecten