Archive for the ‘STORE’ Category
Wednesday, March 4th, 2015
Article source: Studio Fuksas
Studio Fuksas has been chosen to develop the preliminary design of the “Australia Forum”, a new and expanded convention center in Canberra
On the other side of the world, a nine-member judging panel unanimously rewarded the Italian excellence selecting Rome-based architects Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas with Guida Moseley Brown Architects to design a new and expanded convention centre located in the heart of Canberra, at one apex of the National Triangle that connects the new complex with the Parliament House and the Ministry of Defence.
Image Courtesy © Archivio Fuksas
- Architects: Studio Fuksas
- Project: Australia Forum
- Location: Canberra, Australia
- Photography: Archivio Fuksas
- Team: Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas (Rome, Paris, Shenzhen), Guida Moseley Brown Architects (Canberra)
- CLIENT: The Land Development Agency on behalf of the ACT (Government Economic Development)
- Plenary Hall (3000 seats)
- Exhibition area (8000 sq m)
- Meeting areas
- Ballroom (1500 guests in banquet mode)
- Administration offices
- Centre for Dialogue
- AREA: 27.000 sq m
- PERIOD: Won competition: November 2014, Estimated end of Construction: 2020
Saturday, February 21st, 2015
Article source: Raulino Silva Arquitecto
The project for remodeling the store SmokeSignals in Matosinhos seeks to create boundaries within the existing space in order to suggest atmospheres in the use of the furniture and utensils.
Image Courtesy © Raulino Silva Arquitecto
- Architects: Raulino Silva Arquitecto
- Project: Remodeling Store SmokeSignals
- Location: Rua Sousa Aroso, 575, Matosinhos, Portugal
- Decoration: SmokeSignals – Home & Contract Concept
- Construction: Direct Administration
- Date of Project: 2013/2014; Work: 2014;
Friday, February 20th, 2015
Article source: Piuarch.
The Milanese studio Piuarch realizes the new Givenchy flagship store in Seoul (South Korea), in close collaboration with the art director of the Maison, Riccardo Tisci.
Image Courtesy © Kyungsub Shin
- Architects: Piuarch.
- Project: Givenchy flagship store
- Location: Seoul, South Korea
- Photography: Kyungsub Shin
- Client: Givenchy Group
- Built area: 404 sqm
Friday, February 6th, 2015
Article source: Kengo Kuma and Associates
We have covered all walls around the shop with a system of very humble plywood boards mounted through the most simple and basic intersection joint we could imagine.
Image Courtesy © Zeno-Zotti
- Architects: Kengo Kuma and Associates
- Project: Camper Monte Napoleone
- Location: Via Monte Napoleone 6, Milano, Italy
- Photography: Zeno-Zotti
- Design Team: Javier Villar Ruiz, Jaime Fernandez Calvache,
- Lighting : Mario Nanni / Viabizzuno
- Stone flooring :The Other Collection by Verona Stone
- Walls and shelves: Plywood 14 mm
- Floor: Acidified limestone – The Other Collection by Verona Stone
- Central seats and furniture: Hemp fabric
- Project period:
- Design: January 2014 – June 2014
- Construction: August 2014 (2 weeks)
Thursday, February 5th, 2015
Article source: noa* – network of architecture
noa* (network of architecture) add a cosy yet functional atmosphere to the new ski-rental and shop K&K located on the Seiser Alm / Alpe di Siusi, and outlines a comforting backdrop in the middle of the surrounding Alpine landscape.
The design of the interiors evolves along three contrasting materials: The warmth of the matured local spruce, the soft surfaces of the felt-fabric and the edgy metal furniture elements together aim to create a cosy and comfortable living room atmosphere.
Image Courtesy © Alex Filz
- Architects: noa* – network of architecture
- Project: K&K
- Location: Seiser Alm / Alpe di Siusi (Italy)
- Photography: Alex Filz
- Software used: Archicad & Artlantis
Thursday, February 5th, 2015
Article source: Aydin Gürsel Bakir – natselane
The outher shape of this “cafe bookstore” was inspired by that of a book. The users can also read books in its cafe for free or take the time to buy some in the bookstore. In the cafe, books can be borrowed and consulted while the books you find in the bookstore are for sale. The bookshelves used within it have been established in the exterior section on the same axis and thanks to this display window on the outside, the interiors have been rendered to appear on the same axis.
Image Courtesy © Architects: Aydin Gürsel Bakir – natselane
Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015
Article source: Dimitrios Tsigos – Omniview
In 1992, the sculptor Anish Kapoor addressed with his sculpture ” when I am pregnant ” the geometric relationship between a plain white wall and a double curved form. The iconic piece of art has been inspiring architects ever since, introducing the capability for a typical wall to seamlessly evolve to a more elaborate shape, while familiarizing the public with the aesthetics of such a transition
Image Courtesy © Dimitrios Tsigos – Omniview
- Architects: Dimitrios Tsigos – Omniview
- Project: Precise Optics in Mykonos
- Location: Mykonos, Greece
- Senior Architect / designer: Kate Karagianni
- Designers: Marina Karamali, Christina Tsakiri
- Construction Management: Omniview
- Client: Dorotheos Tzamouranis – Katerina Michalodimitraki
Saturday, January 31st, 2015
Article source: Landini Associates
Landini Associates has again teamed up with iconic Australian tea brand, T2, to launch the company’s first international store in London. Situated in the heart of Shoreditch’s Redchurch Street, the space features a raw, striped back interior that serves as an antidote to the polished slickness of traditional British tea houses.
Image Courtesy © Andrew Meredith
- Architects: Landini Associates
- Project: T2 Shoreditch
- Location: 48-50 Redchurch St, Shoreditch, London E2 7DP
- Photography: Andrew Meredith
- Client: T2
Thursday, January 29th, 2015
Article source: Workshop architects
La Botella Verde, “The Green Bottle”, is a new and casual bistro/store located in one of the hottest spots in Mérida, Saint Lucia’s Park. A relaxed atmosphere can be found within the revitalized space where you can enjoy a glass of wine with their appetizers.
Over the past year, Mérida’s historic downtown in Southeastern Mexico has enjoyed a comeback. Former colonial homes and XIX and XX century mansions are being restored to their former glory and Saint Lucia’s Park is part of that. With its historical features such as towering arches, the building was erected in the XIX century as a place to gather and enjoy what the city had to offer. With the passing of time, the building was abandoned and closed until a couple of years ago when its new owners restored it and offered spaces up for rent; most spaces were filled by restaurants, hearkening back to the building’s origins.
Image Courtesy © Workshop, diseño y construcción
- Architects: Workshop, diseño y construcción
- Project: Botella verde
- Location: Santa Lucía, Mérida, México
- Software used: AutoCAD and 3ds Max por plans
- DESIGN: Workshop ( Arq. Francisco Bernés Aranda / Arq. Fabián Gutiérrez Cetina / Arq. Francisco Herrera)
- DIMENTION: 50 m2
- YEAR: 2014
Saturday, January 24th, 2015
Article source: STUDIO DI ARCHITETTURA DANIELE MENICHINI
The idea of a space and interior volumes’ distribution was created with a simple, concise and effective concept curated by Daniele Meni-chini architect study, based on some suggestions by Elena Tremolada, owner of Elenails center in Piombino (LI). The tones of black, white and silver are contaminated by the inclusion of purple shades as punc-tual or linear element in complements and lightings.
Image Courtesy © STUDIO DI ARCHITETTURA DANIELE MENICHINI