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Posted by Walter Phillips on 14.09.2015 - Tagged as: restaurant, Richard Lindvall
Usine Restaurant by Richard Lindvall
A 2000 square meter former sausage factory in Stockholm has undergone an extensive renovation to give place to the new Usine concept. The new space includes Bistro 38, Poche 36, café, take-away, reception and conference spaces. Before the one year long renovations, the premises were used by the Swedish Tax Agency and consisted of a maze of tiny meeting rooms with a ceiling height of 240 cm. (text by Richard Lindvall)
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Posted by Walter Phillips on 14.09.2015 - Tagged as: museum, P-06 atelier
Water Museum by P-06 atelier, photo: FG+SG
The Water Museum in Lisbon, property of EPAL (a Portuguese water company), is a space designed by P-06 atelier that focuses mostly on the general aspects of water, with an educational and scientific approach, “while also transmitting some of the highlights of EPAL’s history and legacy to society, unlike most traditional company museums that only explore the historical nature of the company itself” say the designers.
The Smart Pub by Yellow Office Architecture, image: Vladimir Mindru
Located in Craiova, Romania, the Smart Pub is a combination restaurant and event bar with a contemporary eclectic-industrial style by Bucharest-based Yellow Office Architecture.
Hutch & Co. Restaurant Cafe by Biasol: Design Studio, image: Ari Hatzis
From its humble beginnings as an 1800s ironmongery store formally known as Hutchinson’s, the site, nestled amongst the vines of Victoria’s Yarra Valley, has been transformed into Hutch & Co., a modern restaurant and cafe by Biasol: Design Studio.
Labo Lifestore Shop by Atelier m3a Architectes, photo: Patricia Giudicelli
Atelier m3a Architectes preserved elements of a 150 year old building that now houses the Labo Lifestore Shop in Marseille to be faithful to the original structure.
Restaurant Kindai by Lien Tran Interior Design, photo: Marek Kruszewski
In Japan, the term kindai describes the golden days and stands for modernism. For the Restaurant Kindai by Lien Tran Interior Design, bright yellow is used as the central focus of the room’s design.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 24.08.2015 - Tagged as: Magu Design, office interior
Siemens Office, Stavanger by Magu Design, photo: Arne Bru Haug
Magu Design’s client Siemens needed to consolidate different departments scattered throughout Stavanger (Norway’s third-largest urban zone) into one building, the recently completed Golf Tower.
Rose & Born Shop by Koncept Stockholm
A contemporary and less formal expression was the brief for Rose & Born’s new shop floor just off of Stockholm’s prestigious waterfront Strandvägen boulevard.