" The space uses durable materials including wood, metal and leather and the 'on-brand' colour palette is a nod to Fortnum & Mason's signature 'eau-de-nil' colour representing the brand outside of the customer context. Clean, white porcelain tile flooring and custom freestanding benches with bistro-style tables are set in the centre of the space zoning to ease circulation. The finishes have been hand-painted to allow for the furniture to be easily repaired on-site.
Wooden stools assembled by the windows offer employees the opportunity to take a quick, informal lunch. Dark-grey ribbed upholstered banquettes paired with Corian-top café tables and steam-bent wood café chairs provide ample seating, while booths located near to the windows offer more privacy in an intimate setting.........more
Saturday, April 9, 2016
Friday, April 8, 2016
Rapha – widely regarded as the world's finest cycling clothing and accessories brand – approached Jump Studios with the desire to create a workspace that celebrates the culture of cycling. The design also needed to showcase the quality, design and functionality of Rapha products and support the cycling lifestyle of employees.
The end result – a refurbished two-storey former warehouse near King's Cross in London – acts as a powerful magnet for employees, customers and suppliers alike..........more
Sunday, January 24, 2016
Cafe Interior Design | Blue Bottle Coffee | Kiyosumi-Shirakawa Roastery & Cafe | Tokyo | Japan | Schemata
We respect and support their stance by making the building open to outside and creating a continuous space where everyone can establish and be involved in the balanced relationship to stay aware of each other’s action and to collaborate for better results. In order to maintain such relationship across spatial boundaries, we install very large-sized glass doors and screens on each floor to maintain transparency between neighboring spaces, inside and outside, and lower and upper floors.
The former storage building had no windows, so we made a large skylight in the center to distribute natural light throughout the space on the second floor. The skylight is located right above the void space connecting the first and second floors, where the indoor greenery on the upper level reflects abundant natural light and delivers the exotic forest-like light and shade to the lower level.".........more