Posts filed under 'Interiors'
Posted by Walter Phillips on 02.08.2018 - Tagged as: Masquespacio
Photographer: Luis Beltran
Masquespacio just finished the design for Doctor Manzana’s second store, specialized in smartphone repairs and gadgets, located in the University district from Valencia.
The history from Doctor Manzana and Masquespacio started during the summer of 2013 when their founders Fran and Reyes commissioned the creative consultancy to redesign their brand and create their first point of sale. Being the brand specialized in reparations of mobile phones and smartphone cases, above other accessories for smartphones, the brand reinvention focused mainly on the 54 degrees angle of touch screens. That angle was applied both to the brand as well as to the interior design, besides four different colors: green and blue as a reference to the doctor, salmon for the fashionistas and purple for the geeks. Metal on the other hand adds an industrial touch that reminds us of the laboratories. (more…)
Posted by Walter Phillips on 01.08.2018 - Tagged as: Nook Architects
Photographer: Nieve I Productora Audiovisual
The apartment, located in a building in Raval, just a few metres from La Rambla, is an achievement of space. As you walk in, it opens up from the main façade to the rear terrace, which looks over the Boqueria market. Initially, we were surprised to see that the apartment occupied the entire floor of the building, with a contrast of large and small obsolete spaces and proportionally limited connection to the enormous, uneven terrace.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 27.07.2018 - Tagged as: Evolution Design
Photographer: Evolution Design
The Inter-Community School Zurich is a private international day school, which offers a comprehensive educational programme in English for children from ages of 3 to 18. (more…)
Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.07.2018 - Tagged as: Pallavi Dean interiors
Photographer: Priyanka Vohra Anand
We’ve created Edelman city – at one end there’s what we call the ‘festival space’, with an amphitheatre and café-style seating, where people come to eat, chat and be entertained. At the other end you have the main workspace, designed for people doing deep, focused work. And in between are a series of collaborative spaces, such as the main meeting room we call ‘city loft’ for its relaxed, urban, yet sophisticated feel. (more…)
Posted by Walter Phillips on 23.07.2018 - Tagged as: JSª
The project consisted in the intervention of a building, located in the Condesa neighborhood, considered urban cultural heritage of artistic value, as per the Heritage Conservation program. (more…)
Posted by Walter Phillips on 20.07.2018 - Tagged as: Batay-Csorba Architects
This small bar in the centre of Prague offers especially tea and wine but also delicious coffee. Separately or in various even astonishing combinations. The space concept of travelling through time zones has been derived from its name „Jetlag“. Within this meaning one can “fly through” the entire world only along the whole length of the bar (15 metres). (more…)
Posted by Walter Phillips on 12.07.2018 - Tagged as: Wallga + WGNB
Photographer: Choi Yongjun
The part of glasses that connects a lens frame and a temple is called as the end piece. Many glasses apply their own details to this part, and it is a very important part that they expose their brand identity by expressing imagination. As tiny and accurate components of a high-end watch make a time by moving accurately as they are supposed to, the end piece in glasses is also the most important object that raises its own value. (more…)
Posted by Walter Phillips on 04.07.2018 - Tagged as: Steffen Welsch Architects
Our designs go beyond the image: we explore ideas of ‘quiet architecture’, informed by Austrian architect Hermann Czech’s interpretation of ‘Architecture as background’. Our buildings may go unnoticed at first sight, but reveal themselves gradually and become appreciated over time. Our House in House follows a paradigm that individual – as structure and as inhabitant – is part of and reflects something bigger. (more…)