Posts filed under 'Interiors'
Le Flandrin Restaurant redesign by Joseph Dirand Architecture, photo: Adrien Dirand
A bulwark of the brasserie tradition in Paris since the Malafosse family first opened its doors in 1932, Le Flandrin has more recently assumed increasingly cosmopolitan allures, up to the present day as it reopens redoubled, a restaurant and bar in the classic tradition but of entirely contemporary tone.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 20.06.2014 - Tagged as: Giopato & Coombes, Materials
‘A Stratified World’ helicopter interior by Giopato & Coombes
Design duo Cristiana Giopato and Christopher Coombes have created a new helicopter interior for AgustaWestland, a multinational helicopter design and manufacturing company. A unique concept that breaks the boundaries of the standard VIP helicopter flight experience.
Volkshotel interior by Bas van Tol for Studio Müller Van Tol, photo: Ilco Kemmere
The interiors of the new Volkshotel in Amsterdam, a hotel built inside the former home of Dutch newspaper de Volkskrant, is the work of Dutch interior designer Bas van Tol of Studio Müller Van Tol.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 09.06.2014 - Tagged as: Koncept Stockholm, restaurant
‘Sook’ restaurant by Koncept Stockholm
Strong colours meet variegated patterns in a mix of materials in ‘Sook’, a Middle Eastern cuisine restaurant by Swedish architects Koncept Stockholm.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.05.2014 - Tagged as: i29, kitchen
‘Invisible Kitchen’ by i29 interior architects
For an apartment in Paris, Dutch interior architects i29 have developed a kitchen system that seems to disappear in space.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 06.05.2014 - Tagged as: Alice Studio, ECAL, EPFL, Lausanne
Porte des savoirs by Dietz, Nieveen, Othenin-Girard, ALICE EPFL, photo: © Joel Tettamanti
From EPFL+ECAL LAB & ALICE studio EPFL, an interior research-by-design project in Lausanne that touches on fundamental and critical notions involving our information age.
Poolhouse by +tongtong, photo: Colin Faulkner
A minimalist renovation of a pool house in Toronto, Canada is the latest project of multidisciplinary studio +tongtong. Designed to be multifunctional, the open-space interior easily transforms from pool house to guesthouse to entertainment space to work studio to event space.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 29.04.2014 - Tagged as: i29, retail design
Shop 02 / Frame store by i29
Dutch interior architectural practice i29 have designed a retail space for Frame Publishers and Foam Photography Museum Amsterdam, who have joined forces for a creative centre in the historic canal-side Felix Meritis building in Amsterdam.