Posts filed under 'Interiors'

Fri 23.12.

Stretch Yoga Studio by Furniss & May

Posted by Walter Phillips on 23.12.2016 - Tagged as:

Stretch Yoga Studio by Furniss & May

Photographer: Mark Whitfield

Furniss & May have designed Stretch Yoga Studio on Broadway Market inline with their strong brand identity. Founded in 2013, Stretch have two sites in London and are due to open their third largest site to include a Yoga teacher training room and spa treatment room, designed by Furniss & May later this year. The 1,022 Sq Ft site on Broadway Market is over one floor with a reception and retail space, lounge and 30 person yoga studio. Furniss & May were asked to create a memorable space that would be distinctive to reflect the brands friendly attitude, but a serious yoga practice.

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Thu 22.12.

Interaction In The Bathroom

Posted by Walter Phillips on 22.12.2016 - Tagged as:

Interaction In The Bathroom

Copyright: Kuhnle und Knödler for Axor / Hansgrohe SE

Axor One celebrated its world premiere in 2015 at the London Design Festival in Clerkenwell – the English capital’s creative hub.

 

With it, Hansgrohe SE’s luxury brand presented its first interactive control for the shower. Simple, intuitive and with a modern design, it makes controlling shower functions easier and simultaneously creates a spacious feel. (text by Detail)

 

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The Dean Hotel by ASH NYC

Posted by Walter Phillips on 22.12.2016 - Tagged as:

The Dean Hotel by ASH NYC

Photographer: Christian Harder

 

Located in the heart of historic downtown Providence, The Dean is a 52­‐room hotel housed in an early 20th century brick building that has been thoughtfully restored by Brooklyn­‐based owner and designer ASH NYC. This picturesque 5-­story hotel sits in the center of a vibrant culinary and cultural scene, and is located just a few blocks from Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design. The property features unique interiors that give a fresh take on comfort and simplicity, while retaining many of the building’s handsome original features, including its mosaic tile flooring and brick façade.

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Wed 21.12.

The Living Food by Miriam Barrio

Posted by Walter Phillips on 21.12.2016 - Tagged as:

The Living Food by Miriam Barrio

Photographer: Joao Novaes

The intention from the beginning was to escape the stereotypes that today are associated with this types of business, and create a unique identity for a project that would clearly make a big difference in the market. The space is split on two floors. The ground floor was square with an open floor plan with a single section ladder leaning against one of the longitudinal walls.

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Mon 19.12.

J House by Domino Architects

Posted by Walter Phillips on 19.12.2016 - Tagged as:

J House by Domino Architects

Photographer: Gottingham

“I renovated a room of an old Japanese apartment into a flat for new lifestyle by inserting several simple wooden boxy volumes.”
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Fri 16.12.

Sawmill House by Archier

Posted by Walter Phillips on 16.12.2016 - Tagged as:

Sawmill House by Archier

Photographer: Benjamin Hosking

The Sawmill House is a regional dwelling in an industrial setting. It uses 270 large reclaimed one tonne blocks of reclaimed concrete which anchor it into the landscape and a dynamic active building envelope to regulate the internal environment. The dwelling is a hand crafted upgrade from an existing rather rustic, bohemian abode, befitting a regionally based sculptor.

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Thu 15.12.

Being Çözüm by SOTO lab

Posted by Walter Phillips on 15.12.2016 - Tagged as:

Being Çözüm by SOTO lab

Photographer: Fırat Kılıç

SOTO provided in-depth creative consultancy services to Being Cozum, a TBWA company, by designing the interior of their common spaces and private offices.

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Tue 13.12.

Café Mollien by Mathieu Lehanneur

Posted by Walter Phillips on 13.12.2016 - Tagged as:

Café Mollien by Mathieu Lehanneur

Photographer: Michel Giesbrecht

“Standing on the landing of the monumental Mollien double staircase built in stone and bronze, with a labyrinth of the finest art galleries in the world stretching ahead of you; the most spectacular, never-ending view over the Tuileries Gardens at your back, and the haunting soul of the nearby Mona Lisa floating through the air… what more could you ask for? “ Mathieu Lehanneur.

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