Posts Tagged ‘London’
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
Wednesday, March 29th, 2017
Article source: Squire and Partners
Completed in 2017, the Lexicon is a residential development on the west side of City Road Basin comprising an elegant 36 storey tower – Islington’s tallest building at 117m – and a pair of low rise canalside apartment buildings set around a landscaped public courtyard. The project was designed by Squire and Partners and delivered by SOM.
Image Courtesy © James Jones
- Architects: Squire and Partners
- Project: Lexicon
- Location: London EC1, England, UK
- Photography: James Jones
Sunday, March 19th, 2017
Article source: v2com
ADAM, the grooming atelier brand that brings a timeless barbering experience, opened its first location in Canary Wharf Station, London.
Designed by Eray/Carbajo, the space creates an unparalleled atmosphere in grooming. With its hexagonal layout, the design provides exclusivity and undivided attention to the guests while they are being served. Inspired by Turkish baths, its timeless materials like Marmara marble and natural chestnut create an elegant yet relaxing environment.
Adam Grooming entrance at Canary Wharf Station, Image Courtesy © Thierry Sewell Photography
- Architects: Eray Carbajo
- Project: Adam Grooming Atelier
- Location: London, England
- Photography: Thierry Sewell Photography
- Client: Adam Grooming
- Design: Inanc Eray, Gonzalo Carbajo
- Design Team: Marco Mattia Cristofori
- Project Team [London]: Necdet Yagiz Ozkan
- Structural: Eckersley o’Callaghan
Sunday, March 12th, 2017
Article source: Modourbano Architettura
MODOURBANO is a network of professionals coming from different cultural backgrounds and with wide international experience. Founded in early 2010, MODOURBANO is engaged in the development of innovative & sustainable solutions for contemporary architecture, design.
The Atkinson concept comes from the idea of creating an enveloping and warm space for Peabodys customers. Wood has been used on all surfaces; from floor to furniture such as tables and counter.
Image Courtesy © SIMONE BOSSI
- Architects: Modourbano Architettura
- Project: PBDY Peabodys Coffee Shop
- Location: Atkinson Morley Wing St. George’s Hospital Blackshaw Rd, London SW17 0QT, United Kingdom
- Photography: Simone Bossi
- Software used: Grasshopper
- Client: Peabodys Coffee Limited
- General Contractor: North West Commercial Construction Ltd
- Collaborators: Ambra Chiesa, Luca Colli, Lorenzo Cristoforetti, Milan Dragoljevic, Ester Ippolito, Veronica Julita, Ana Magro Figueiredo ,Hervé Matondo Fundani
- Consultants: Alessandro Costa
- Coffee shop: 83 m²
- Project: 2016
- Built: January 2017
Thursday, March 9th, 2017
Article source: Gile Pike Architect
Felsham Road is a bold and radical re-working of an early Victorian Semi-detached house in Putney. Our brief was to extend and improve the property to achieve its maximum potential and in so doing, we have exploited the volume within the house to create double height spaces.
Image Courtesy © Gile Pike Architect
Sunday, March 5th, 2017
Article source: Caro Communications
Knight Dragon unveils a new £1billion landmark, designed by international architect and engineer Santiago Calatrava, at the heart of its transformation of Greenwich Peninsula.
This major new landmark is set to transform Greenwich Peninsula, London’s emerging cultural district. Residents and visitors to the Peninsula will arrive from the tube into an 80ft high winter garden and glass galleria. The scheme will total 1.4 million sq ft including a new tube and bus station, theatre, cinema and performance venue, bars, shops and a wellbeing hub. Above this will rise three towers of workspaces, apartments and hotels, all connected to the Thames by a stunning new land bridge.
Day, Image Courtesy © Uniform
- Architects: Santiago Calatrava Architect and Engineer
- Project: Peninsula Place
- Location: London, UK
- Executive Architect: Adamson Associates
- Architect PP2: Allies and Morrison
- Structural Engineer of record: Meinhardt
- MEP Engineer: AECOM
- Quantity Surveyor: Alinea
- Hotel Architect: Reardon Smith
- Hotel Advisors: Hamiltons
Wednesday, March 1st, 2017
Article source: align
Designers align have worked with Ben Lovett of Mumford & Sons on Omeara, an exciting new 350-capacity live music venue, bar and performance space in Flat Iron Square in London’s Borough, which has now opened its doors to the public.
‘I’ve been playing and putting on shows in London for my entire adult life.’ Ben Lovett commented. ‘Without the grass-roots music venues in this city, the band and I simply wouldn’t have achieved what we have, so I have a lot to be grateful for. Over the last few years, London has lost so many of its brilliant music establishments and I want to do what I can to try and reverse that decline.’
Image Courtesy © Alastair Lever
Thursday, February 16th, 2017
Article source: C.F. Møller Architects
C.F. Møller Architects, artist Conrad Shawcross and developer Knight Dragon have completed a major new art and architecture collaboration for the Greenwich Peninsula Low Carbon Energy Centre.
The Greenwich Peninsula is one of London’s major urban development areas, including over 10,000 new homes, over 300,000 m2 of office space and the conversion of the former Millennium Dome into the indoor arena renamed The O2.
Image Courtesy © Mark Hadden
- Architects: C.F. Møller Architects
- Project: Greenwich Peninsula Low Carbon Energy Centre
- Location: Millenium Way, Greenwich, London, England, UK
- Photography: Mark Hadden
- Client: Royal Borough of Greenwich and Knight Dragon
- Landscape architect: C.F. Møller Landscape
- Artist: Conrad Shawcross
- Engineering: Environmental: Buro Happold, Infrastructure: Ove Arup &Partners
- Size: 3000 m2
- Year: 2008-2016
Wednesday, February 15th, 2017
Article source: Metsä Wood
The Hurlingham project in London involved the construction of a sports complex including four indoor tennis courts and four squash courts. The racquet hall, designed by David Morley Architects, is 35 metres wide and 55 metres long. The main span consists of suspended steel beams. To give the courts space and reduce the costs, the beams are spaced with large gaps of 12.9 metres. To fill these gaps, the architect wanted to see wood.
Image Courtesy © Metsä Wood
- Architects: Metsä Wood
- Project: The Hurlingham Racquet Centre
- Location: London, England (more…)
Sunday, February 12th, 2017
Article source: Hermann Kamte & Associates
In 2015, we have been participate to “a folly for London competition” a contest organised by A Folly For London; a platform for articles and public engagement regarding the issues underlying the proposed Garden Bridge in central London which launched with a free-to-enter and open-to-all satirical competition for architecture of the absurd.
Image Courtesy © Hermann Kamte & Associates
- Architects: Hermann Kamte & Associates
- Project: LONDON BAY
- Location: London, UK
- Designer: Hermann Kamte
- Status : Proposal – Criticism