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Villa De Bear in Bangkok, Thailand by party / space / design

Thursday, July 12th, 2018

Article source: party / space / design

The restaurant on the road with the family segment. Villa De Bear offers a uniquely prominent than a typical restaurant with the creation story of the teddy bear factory to merge with a European architecture.

Image Courtesy © Mr. Somchai Umnuaywerot

  • Architects: party / space / design
  • Project: Villa De Bear
  • Location: Ratchaphruek Road, Bangkok, Thailand
  • Photography: Mr. Somchai Umnuaywerot
  • Built Area: 474 SQ.M.
  • Completion Date: 17 July 2015


Kinton Ramen in Tokyo, Japan by MODERAGE INC.

Thursday, July 12th, 2018

Article source: MODERAGE INC.

It is the second store in the Asian region opened in Sangenjaya, Tokyo. KINTON RAMEN is a ramen bar that has 10 stores in Toronto and Montreal, Canada and one in Seoul, Korea. This store located in a back of blind alley that entered about 30 meters from a busy road. How to guide customers to the store was designed as a first priority issue. Then there is a vacant space of 1000 mm in depth from alley to store front,and it was possible to use it freely. We installed a large canopy and illuminating the eaves a lot of brightly. Thereby I tried to change to area brightly and safety,from an alley had dark impression. The canopy expresses the identity of the ramen store originated in Canada by making it a distinctive design in North American building. The line light of the eaves extend from outside directry to the kitchen. Because, people notice to watch making ramen dynamic. We designed industry style in North America (duct air conditioning, reclaimed ceiling, mortar etc),mixed Japanese ZEN.I try to design an original ramen bar evenno in Japan. I’m now try to built on this.

Image Courtesy © MODERAGE INC.

  • Architects: MODERAGE INC.
  • Project: Kinton Ramen
  • Location: Tokyo, Japan
  • Software used: Vectorworks


BAO Restaurant in Kiev, Ukraine by YOD Design Lab

Wednesday, July 11th, 2018

Article source: YOD Design Lab

BAO is a modern Chinese restaurant that embodies the atmosphere and energy of three megalopolises – Singapore, Hong Kong and New York. We used Asia and US Chinese restaurants as a guide for the new place. Thus, the idea of cosmopolitanism and cultural migration between the East and the West was represented. As far as our client designed this restaurant for Kyiv citizens, Chinese cuisine has been adapted to the food excesses of the Europeans.

Image Courtesy © Andrey Avdeenko

  • Architects: YOD Design Lab
  • Project: BAO Restaurant
  • Location: 14, Mechnikova St., Kyiv, Ukraine
  • Photography: Andrey Avdeenko
  • Area: 600 m2
  • Status: Realized in 2016


M Social Singapore by Philippe Starck

Wednesday, July 11th, 2018

Article source: Philippe Starck 

A new and vibrant lifestyle design hotel by Philippe Starck will debut in Singapore. M Social Singapore has 293 rooms and thrives on an interplay of friendship, community and new experiences. It is built on the democratic premise of giving the best, while being affordable to the greatest number of people, particularly those with a millennial mindset.

Guided by these principles, Starck conceptualised the project as an avant-garde laboratory in the ever-evolving neighbourhood of Robertson Quay. “M Social is where all the elements of the world – including creativity, humour and love – come together in an explosion of energy to create the joy of today’s and tomorrow’s world. To me, it is a stage dedicated to creative people,” he said.

Throughout the project, the density and strength of raw concrete is balanced with the concept of immateriality by the use of multimedia projections and video screens.

Image Courtesy © Philippe Starck

  • Architects: Philippe Starck
  • Project: M Social Singapore
  • Location: Singapore


The Murray Hotel in Hong Kong, China by Foster + Partners

Friday, July 6th, 2018

Article source: Foster + Partners

The Murray is a luxury 336-room hotel located on the southern edge of Central with panoramic views of The Peak and the gardens to the south. This major transformation of the listed building aims to reinvent this unique urban quarter – stitching together the urban fabric by linking the large green spaces flanking the site to the east and west.

Exterior view of the Murray at night from the Cotton Tree drive, Image Courtesy © Nigel Young / Foster+Partners

  • Architects: Foster + Partners
  • Project: The Murray Hotel
  • Location: Hong Kong, China
  • Photography: Nigel Young, Michael Weber
  • Client: The Murray Limited
  • Team: Norman Foster, Luke Fox, Armstrong Yakubu, Colin Ward, Andy Lister, Stefano Cesario, Tim Dyer, Lawrence Wong, Won Suk Cho, Benjamin Stevenson, Carl Bonas, Amy Butler, Charlotte Gallen, Catt Godon, Manuela Guidarini, Tanja Heath, Abbie Labrum, Harry Twigg, Bong Yeung
  • Collaborating Architect: Wong and Ouyang Architects HK Ltd.
  • Structural Engineering: Wong and Ouyang Civil
  • Cost Consultant: Rider Levett Bucknall
  • Mechanical Engineers: Wong and Ouyang Building Services
  • Landscape Consultant: Urbis
  • Lighting Engineers: Tino Kwan Lighting


El Campero in Cádiz, Spain by Velvet Projects

Friday, July 6th, 2018

Article source: Velvet Projects

Located near the center of Barbate (Cadiz ) , El Campero supposed to have an intense and thorough experience with the bluefin tuna trap . In the kitchen the king is tuna . .

Image Courtesy © Francis rosso

  • Architects: Velvet Projects
  • Project: El Campero
  • Location: Cádiz, Spain
  • Photography: Francis rosso
  • Project Manager: José Ramon Losada
  • Size: 270m2


Visitors Center of Rola Moça Park in Minas Gerais, Brazil by TETRO ARQUITETURA

Wednesday, July 4th, 2018


The Rola-Moça State Park is one of the most important green areas of the State of Minas Gerais. Located in the metropolitan area of Belo Horizonte, it houses some of the sources that supply the capital, as well as the natural habitat of species of endangered fauna such as the brown jaguar, the ocelot, the maned wolf, the wildcat, the macuco and the stag So the Park is situated in a transition zone from Cerrado to Atlantic Forest, rich in ferruginous fields, which are very rare, being found only in the iron and iron quadrangle and in Carajás.

Image Courtesy © Gustavo Xavier

  • Project: Visitors Center of Rola Moça Park
  • Location: Minas Gerais, Brazil
  • Photography: Gustavo Xavier 
  • Responsible Architects: Carlos Maia, Débora Mendes, Humberto Hermeto, Igor Macedo 
  • Contributors: Letícia Vieira, Guilherme Castro, Karine Mayrink, Arthur Roscoe, Larissa Lopes
  • Gross Internal Floor Area: 680 M²


MAZI in Budapest, Hungary by GASPARBONTA

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2018

Article source: GASPARBONTA

Greek cuisine has been present in Hungary for decades now, mainly as a street food. These last few revolutionary years in Budapest gastronomy life highly anticipated the turn up of a bistro-bar style greek cuisine. MAZI (‘together’ in greek) is the mixture of this need, a family-style milieu, and graceful, greekish mood with the smell of the ocean, captured with the means of contemporary design, in the heart of Budapest.

Image Courtesy © Bálint Jaksa Photography


Hotel Maritim in Girona, Spain by Dom Arquitectura

Sunday, July 1st, 2018

Article source: Dom Arquitectura 

To The Sea

The Hotel Maritim, located on Roses beach promenade wanted to renovate the entire ground floor. Updating the common spaces, while still maintaining their same existing uses. The hotel’s ground floor is divided into three areas: the hall and reception, the bar, and the terrace.

Image Courtesy © Dom Arquitectura

  • Architects: Dom Arquitectura (Pablo Serrano Elorduy)
  • Project: Hotel Maritim
  • Location: Girona, Spain
  • Interior Designer: Blanca Elorduy
  • Surface: 600 m2


Optimism Brewing Company in Seattle, Washington by Olson Kundig

Friday, June 22nd, 2018

Article source: Olson Kundig

The owners of this 400-seat urban brewery on Seattle’s Capitol Hill wanted the aesthetics of the former 1920s-era auto showroom and service area to reflect the utilitarian nature of the work performed within it. The design team was able to retain the ambiance of the original masonry building while still incorporating necessary energy and structural upgrades.

Image Courtesy © Aaron Leitz

  • Architects: Olson Kundig
  • Project: Optimism Brewing Company
  • Location: Seattle, Washington, USA
  • Photography: Kyle Johnson, Aaron Leitz
  • Design Principal: Tom Kundig
  • Project Manager: Angus MacGregor
  • Staff: Daniel Ralls, Justin Helmbrecht
  • Interiors: Debbie Kennedy
  • Contractor: Metis Construction Services, LLC
  • Size: 17,280 sf
  • Completed: 2015


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