Posts filed under 'Interiors'

Wed 16.3.

Restaurant Hafen by Susanne Fritz Architekten (CH)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 16.03.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Restaurant Hafen by Susanne Fritz Architekten, photo: Pierre Kellenberger

Restaurant Hafen by Susanne Fritz Architekten, photo: Pierre Kellenberger

At the beginning of 2015, the Swiss lakeport town of Romanshorn and SBS, a Swiss corporate shipping line servicing Lake Constance, created a new, attractive urban space directly along the shoreline. Now a restaurant has been erected on a promenade built into the lake, a locale whose architecture is completely characterised by ships and the seafaring world. (text by Susanne Fritz Architekten)

 

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Wed 9.3.

Wishbone by Shed Design (UK)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 09.03.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Wishbone by Shed Design, photo: Ed Reeve

Wishbone by Shed Design, photo: Ed Reeve

Wishbone – the brainchild of food writer and chef William Leigh will serve up ethically sourced, delicious, guilt-free fried chicken from its very own stylish surroundings in the infamous food hangout of Market Row in Brixton Market. There is no doubt that the UK is a nation of fried chicken lovers who regularly gobble battery chicken 3-piece meals from any one of the ‘something-FC’ establishments that can be found on the high street. Wishbone is here to change that. (text by Shed Design)

 

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Thu 3.3.

The Office Group, Angel Square by Shed Design (UK)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 03.03.2016 - Tagged as: ,

The Office Group, Angel Square by Shed Design, photo: James Medcraft

The Office Group, Angel Square by Shed Design, photo: James Medcraft

The Office Group provides flexible spaces to meet and work across the UK. Shed wanted to reflect the progressive spirit of the Office Group movement and it’s new-start-up residents, which led to a desire for a new aesthetic. ‘Not another mid-century modern interior’ was much the starting point as was the challenge of transforming a 1980’s office block. We explored ‘Work In Progress’ – the workspace members involved in the making-of, and also an under-construction design approach, inspired by makeshift art and construction sites. (text by Shed Design)

 

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Thu 25.2.

Aesop Munich by Einszu33 (DE)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.02.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Aesop Munich by Einszu33

Aesop Munich by Einszu33

Aesop recently opened its first signature store in Munich – the company’s seventh in Germany. Tucked within historic city centre The Luitpoldblock, the design experiments with balance and tension effected by striking contrasts in materiality and texture, and through tactile, delicate accents. Centrally positioned in the main room, an outsized concrete point-of-sale counter complements a tiered concrete ceiling and screed floors; collectively, these Brutalist elements resonate with the architecture of the neighbourhood. (text by Einszu33)

 

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Red Bull by pS Arkitektur (SE)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.02.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Red Bull by pS Arkitektur, photo: Jason Strong Photography

Red Bull by pS Arkitektur, photo: Jason Strong Photography

Nothing is standard in RedBulls’s new office. The new Red Bull office in Stockholm is designed with an elegant palette of blue, black, gold and natural materials such as marble, leather and wood. The design has taken its inspiration from the slim Red Bull can and the company’s enthusiasm for adventure and art. (text by pS Arkitektur)

 

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Wed 24.2.

Noerr LLP, Munich by de Winder Architekten (DE)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 24.02.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Noerr LLP, Munich by de Winder Architekten, photo: Mark Seelen

Noerr LLP, Munich by de Winder Architekten, photo: Mark Seelen

The conference center in both opposing registered historical buildings at 25 and 28 Briennerstrasse in Munich’s famed Maxvorstadt district was redesigned for the corporate law firm of Noerr LLP. Built near the Karolinenplatz by architect Gabriel von Seidl in 1905, the building at 25 Briennerstrasse originally served as antique dealer Julius Böhler’s main gallery and art dealership. Historical monument issues presented a challenge in the redesign of the conference rooms. (text by Winder Architekten)

 

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Wed 17.2.

A&G apartment Vinohrady by Formafatal (CZ)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 17.02.2016 - Tagged as: ,

A&G apartment Vinohrady by Formafatal, photo: Jakub Skokan, Martin Tůma / BoysPlayNice

A&G apartment Vinohrady by Formafatal, photo: Jakub Skokan, Martin Tůma / BoysPlayNice

The project of two little bathrooms and a kitchen of a maisonnette flat in Prague Vinohrady entrusted a young couple to the architect Dagmar Štěpánová. The red thread of the plan, which connect all three rooms, are materials, especially brass. This stuff shows up in every space in different details. (text by Formafatal)

 

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Fri 15.1.

Soft house by Filippo Bombace (IT)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 15.01.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Soft house by Filippo Bombace, photo: Gianni Franchellucci

Soft house by Filippo Bombace, photo: Gianni Franchellucci

A long and meticulous route of interior completions prolongs the tail of a complex cycle of renovation works done on a small villa of the ’30s in Prati district in Rome, transforming a bit at a time the great and empty apartment into the residence of a pair of lovers of design, architecture and good food. (text by Filippo Bombace)

 

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