Sunday, September 24, 2017

Office Interior Design | Superfly | New York City | FLOAT

For the insanely creative crew that brings you Bonnaroo and Outside Lands, we created a space that inspires their team to collaborate, dream and entertain......more

Saturday, September 23, 2017

Office Interior Design | Casper | New York City | FLOAT

You know how great you feel after a good night’s sleep? That’s the mood we wanted to create in the new Casper offices. Lots of light, lots of white, and delicate touches of earth, green and ice blue inspire and restore......more

Modern Office Interior Design |AKQA Venice office | Venice | zaa

The starting point was a strongly defined space, of which features, suggestions and memories are emphasized. A new office model is placed inside it, one completely different from the previous version because highly dematerialized.

A new way of working also requires a new concept of space: the office space changes, it is no longer based on the concept of fixed and individual workstation but becomes dynamic, characterized by differentiated locations and various meeting spaces in terms of size of group and purpose. Architecture must be a flexible container for new working ways and contemporary technologies......more

Friday, September 22, 2017

Cafe Interior Design | Archie's All Day | Victoria | Australia | MGAO

This project is a cafe/restaurant/bar located on Gertrude St, a bustling street on the outskirts of Melbourne’s CBD. Located on the ground floor of a building built circa 1860. The buildings walls contain the traces of 150+ years of occupation, renovation and adaptation of the original Victorian Terrace House.

The intent was to highlight the beauty of the buildings patchwork history as simply as possible. The approach was to whitewash the walls, creating a visually homogenous surface from the numerous masonry elements which had accrued over time, adding a new layer to the buildings rich history.

The rough, random surface of the stone is balanced by the smooth, repetitive surface of the white washed, vertical timber lining boards, and a series of reclaimed timber elements left in their natural state. The final layer, comprised of furniture, fixtures and fittings is a testament to our clients strong vision and the skill and effort from all the craftsman involved.......more

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Restaurant Interior Desin | Wright & Company | Detroit | USA | CH Architects

Wright & Company is a new American restaurant located on the second story of the historic Wright-Kay building on Woodward Ave. in downtown Detroit.

Completed in 1891, the historically registered building is one of the oldest in Detroit. Built in a Queen Anne style with Romanesque details, the structure was erected with a cast iron frame and was one of the first in Detroit to feature an electrical elevator. Originally constructed for a retailer of musical instruments, the building was occupied by the Wright-Kay jewelry firm from 1920-1978. Its current use is a clothing store on the first floor, Wright & Company on the second floor, and residential units above......more

Restaurant Interior Design | The Peterboro | Detroit USA | CH Architects

The Peterboro is an Asian-American restaurant that opened in 2016 at the intersection of Peterboro and Cass in Detroit. Although there a few indications of it today, this section of the Cass Corridor was once known was Detroit's Chinatown. For years, the neighborhood was marked by abandonment and inactivity. However, with a recent wave of redevelopment, the Peterboro seeks to pay homage to the Asian immigrant history of the area......more

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Store Interior Design | Soft Brutalism | Manhattan New York City | Leong & Leong

The concept store, designed in collaboration with fashion designer Siki Im, radically transforms the existing space and breaks down the traditional norms of retail and exchange. The existing structure is filled end to end with a large ramp-form that creates a gathering space with undefined programmatic possibilities. Soy-based spray foam creates a supple surface for inhabitation. Visitors must remove their shoes before entering the space. Small niches and ledges are carved into the foam to create areas for display and seating. The clothes are embedded beneath the ramp on either end, encouraging visitors to explore the limits of the space and experience the garments in a very intimate environment........more


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