Posts tagged as 'interior design'
Posted by Walter Phillips on 22.08.2013 - Tagged as: interior design, Tengbom
Vattenfall Arenastaden interior by Tengbom. On the ground floor of the building’s atrium there is a cafe and ‘living rooms’ on either side of the stairs, designed as bleachers with cushions and tables.
Architectural firm Tengbom recently designed the interiors of Swedish power company Vattenfall’s new head office in the Arena City (Arenastaden) neighbourhood of Solna just north of Stockholm. Located in one of Sweden’s most energy efficient office buildings, the new premises gathers all 2,000+ Stockholm-based employees, previously based at three different locations, under one roof.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 01.08.2013 - Tagged as: interior design, loft, New York
Private Loft by Hangar Design Group
For a private client, Italy’s Hangar Design Group (HDG) has applied a distinct Italian aesthetic to the interior of a loft in New York’s lower Manhattan SoHo neighbourhood.
Lightweeds/UMNH Salt Lake City – Wall display by Studio Simon Heijdens Ltd
Publisher Frame and design brand Moooi have announced the 10 finalists for 2013’s Frame Moooi Interior Design Award. This year, the organizers received 861 submissions from a total of 71 countries. Finalists were selected by juror Jana Scholze, Curator of Contemporary Furniture and Product Design at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. The selection process was anonymous: Scholze did not know the names or nationalities of the designs she reviewed.
Torafu Architects’ design for the Nike 1Love store in Tokyo; photo by Daici Ano
In spite of the rise of e-commerce, the physical point of sale is still with us. That said, the traditional store is having to up its game in terms of the experience and brand relevance it offers consumers – not only to compete with online shopping but also to support it. Architonic goes all secret shopper to investigate… (by Simon Keane-Cowell)
read this article in full on Architonic
The interior of Manish Restaurant by ODVO and Mínima; photo by Demian Golovaty
Named after the traditional Lebanese flatbread, this cosy, 82-cover restaurant has been realised earlier this year in Brazil’s largest city, São Paulo by two Brazilian architectural practices, ODVO and Mínima. Featuring light-filtering, concrete Arabesque, Manish enables its diners to ‘see without being seen’ during the day while ‘during the night, the concept of artificial lighting promotes the opposite: for those who are out muxarabi is in the negative and all the internal atmosphere, created by diverse and customised lighting solutions, is revealed, inviting customers to come and experience the sensations offered by several different angles of the house.’ (more…)
This year's Design Bar at the Stockholm Furniture Fair, designed by Katrin Greiling
The German born and Stockholm based designer Katrin Greiling disappeared from the European design stage for some years when she got the opportunity to work in Dubai. With the design of this year’s Design Bar at the Stockholm Furniture Fair she celebrates her comeback to Sweden. We met her for an interview and talked about her experiences in Middle East and the concept of her beautiful multicultural village – the Design Bar. Enjoy!
'Nagi' ("the calm of the sea") by UUfie
The Japan and Canada based architectural practice UUfie, founded by Eiri Ota and Irene Gardpoit Chan, realised this beautiful and highly flexible interior design of an apartment for a young family. The spacial concept is characterised by light and translucent curtains suspended on two curved steel railings of 13m and 4.5m in lengt.
Chapel of the Assumption by John Doe, photo by Felipe Ribon
The French designers Grégory Lacoua and Jean Sébastien Lagrange – together they are John Doe Studio – recently unveiled the new interior design for the 16th century Chapel of the Assumption in Paris. While the French architects of 3Box realised the architectural conversion of the building John Doe Studio tackled liturgical furniture: pews, prie-dieu, altar, font, tabernacle and lectern.