Category: Interior

Tangy Collection Store | Oobiq Architects

Tangy Collection Store | Oobiq Architects

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• July 9, 2011 • Comments (0)

Oobiq Architects Blends Italian Philosophy with Tangy Collection Store Attitude is everything . Italian interior design is actually all about an attitude of showing culture and depth. Since its foundation Oobiq architects has been making every endeavour to create works by blending Italian philosophy with that of Asia. Now another design project by Oobiq Architects […]

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QUOTEL apartment | mode:lina

QUOTEL apartment | mode:lina

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• July 9, 2011 • Comments (1)

Architects of mode:lina have completed an apartment designed for guests visiting the Poznan International Fair. This specific customer defines the nature of this apartment – at the crossroads of  hotel features and relaxed homely atmosphere. The challenge was to use easily replaceable parts (here: IKEA) and create a space that definitely stands out among other […]

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Rami Abboud Shop | Paul Kaloustian Architect

Rami Abboud Shop | Paul Kaloustian Architect

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• July 8, 2011 • Comments (0)

Paul Kaloustian Architect has recently completed a jewelry store in the center of Beirut for a renowned artist/jeweler based in beirut/NYC called Rami Abboud. In the design process, we focused on the visitor’s experience, we want to create a feeling rather than a materialized design for retail. Paul Kaloustian The jewelry pieces created by Rami […]

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Zurbarán Clinic | AQSO arquitectos office

Zurbarán Clinic | AQSO arquitectos office

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• July 6, 2011 • Comments (1)

AQSO arquitectos office has recently completed the Zurbarán Clinic. This clinic is located in the mezzanine of a residential building near the Castellana Avenue, in the heart of Madrid. The space is indirectly illuminated through several generous patios and the homogeneous zenith light is intensified by the white atmosphere of the health center. The arrangement […]

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IN / OUT showroom | Paul Kaloustian Architect

IN / OUT showroom | Paul Kaloustian Architect

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• July 6, 2011 • Comments (0)

Designed by Paul Kaloustian Architect, the IN/OUT showroom is located on a first floor of an office building in Beirut and houses the Polyform furniture brand as well as theVarena kitchens. The entry is conceived as a exterior ramp that leads directly into the showroom thus disconnecting it from the building. The central element of […]

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Amici Bar and Restaurant | D-evo Design Studio

Amici Bar and Restaurant | D-evo Design Studio

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• June 29, 2011 • Comments (3)

While designing the space, a major factor influenced the team’s thinking process. Trying to solve the 80sqm rectangular floor plan, the designers decided to turn a layout imperfection into an intimate trendy nightspot. The dedicated design approach required Rami Makram and Mohamed Farouk to embrace the challenge; as a result they chose to emphasize the […]

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Aegis Office | Mansfield Monk

Aegis Office | Mansfield Monk

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• June 24, 2011 • Comments (0)

Designed by UK-based Mansfield Monk architecture and design, the project in question covered 16,000 sq ft in Gracechurch Street, London for the office interior of Aegis, the utility and energy mutual insurance company. The design reflected the company’s new branding and identity with striking finishes. The scheme, including a large reception, meeting room suite and […]

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The Garage Lounge at décor exhibition Hyundai Mostra Black | Fernanda Marques Arquitetos Associados

The Garage Lounge at décor exhibition Hyundai Mostra Black | Fernanda Marques Arquitetos Associados

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• June 23, 2011 • Comments (0)

For architect Fernanda Marques, the Black is definitely linked to timelessness. It is always the same, yet it changes all the time. It has been around for decades and is still up-to-date. It could not be more appropriate, therefore, to define a home décor exhibition show where exclusiveness is everything. In this first edition I […]

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UPSTAIRS at the Kimberly Hotel | De-spec

UPSTAIRS at the Kimberly Hotel | De-spec

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• June 22, 2011 • Comments (0)

This very hip mid-town Manhattan rooftop lounge was designed by the award-winning architectural firm de-spec. One of the challenges was how to design the lobby, which also served as the waiting area for the loo. Whenever de-spec principle Farnaz Mansuri goes to someone’s house, she can tell more about who they are from their bathroom, […]

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Café Coutume | CUT architectures

Café Coutume | CUT architectures

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• June 21, 2011 • Comments (2)

A Paris-based studio CUT architectures recently has completed the Café Coutume. Coutume is a new coffee roastery in Paris offering a cut edge selection of pure origin roasted coffees. CUT architectures designed the first Coutume café in the centre of Paris combining a roastery and a café offering the best coffees in Paris and a […]

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