The chocolates seem to float in a transparent ‘chest of drawers’, placed at the centre of the shop; a three-dimensional version of the chocolate packaging.
Τhe latest design is based on rolled paper-like structures to display the footwear.
Award winning interior designer rejuvenates LUX* Belle Mare, Mauritius
The courtyard and main living areas have a double volume and all areas have direct access to the front pool terrace forming a traditional “Cape Dutch Langhuis”.
A box that opens or closes to the social area, rationalizing the distribution to the remaining private spaces, beautifully recorded by Ricardo Oliveira Alves.
A house as a sum of attachments, without a living area photographed by José Campos
The new SPARK Beijing office
Joao Morgado has sent us his photographs of the Lisbon Walker Store.
AROUND THE GLOBE IN 800 FEET – HOT TO COLD OPENS AT THE NATIONAL BUILDING MUSEUM
Piled up squared timbers create a central sleeping area combining all of the functions of a guest room.
A removable module as a part of the whole composition and that could be moved to open and close the staircase based on the concept of a horizontal sliding door.
A stylish bar, fit for a lavish cocktail party before being recycled, has been produced by British design studio, Flow Creation using luxury papers from British manufacturer, James Cropper
The internal galleries have been designed as flexible white box environments.
Sheet metal stairs enveloped in the ribbon form a male side, while the descending ribbon itself counters the former with female delicacy on the other side.
The unique display arrangement invites kids to play with a subtly integrated cascading disk run while browsing through the shoes on display.
Large electric sash windows, and the slightly reflective metal façade that appears to be coated with dew, create a sense of visual closeness to the park.
When the metal wall is completely open, it turns a flat wall into a complex metal structure like a blooming metal flower, in memory of the punk and R&B culture.
A concept wherein the chair and desk are no longer unquestionable starting points; exploring different standing positions in an experimental work landscape.
The architect analyses the theory that it is possible for detail to be the beginning of the design process.
An architectural practice in the woods…