Mak Bistro

Interior design studio Designfocus projected this contemporary bistro with simple material in Budapest. There concept is of a culinary style that is traditional combined with a contemporary influence. The family orientated square is stylishly designed in order to show the inherent materials that bring out artistic value and style. The traditional structure is visible revealing the stone and old wooden surfaces. The designer has carefully chosen ways to reveal the beauty of the materials. The Read more […]
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Warehouse Office

Daniele Claudio Taddei Architect projected the new office for an upcoming IT company in an old warehouse with 4 meters high ceilings located in Zürich, Switzerland. Here is the project description: We tried to adapt the needs of the new function without impairing the existing structure: we added some 3 meter high rooms into the room leaving 1 meter of open space to the ceiling, and the much needed acoustic ceilings and walls were also carefully inserted. Several indirect lights highlight Read more […]
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Concrete House

With the combination of design, quality and functionality, A-cero projected a house in Madrid defined by a set of clean lines and perfect volumes. Here is the project description: The grey colour of the concrete that make up the whole building and an architectural wide black pergola, there are the elements that, at first sight, stand out in the house exterior. Furthermore, huge windows have been included in the façade in order to enjoy of the pleasant surrounding views of the house. The Read more […]
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Weekend Links June 12

Lighting the Sails The Why Factory by MVRDV Video. New study says LEED May Not Be That Green after all. Dezeen’s Made in Italy talks: il Modo Italiano, Italian Industrial Design, Italian Design on the Road, Milan Design City & the Influence of Italian Design. Winners of the 2010 Prize for Young Architects and Designers. Firefly Interactive Lighting at Shanghai World Expo 2010. Winners of 2010 AIA/HUD Awards Revealed. 2 (or 3…) questions for Kartell’s Lorenza Luti. 10 Read more […]
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Casa V

Mexican architecture firm Serrano Monjaraz Arquitectos projected a single family house made of exposed concrete and wood in Mexico City. Here is the project description: Casa V was developed according to the topography of the lot. The street entrance is through the parking area that has a skylight with a fountain on the top. There is a staircase case that leads up to the garden levels. The center structure is the house surrounded by the morning and evening gardens determined according to Read more […]
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Kazumi Sushi Lounge

Jean de Lessard projected the interior for the Kazumi Sushi Lounge inspired by origami, the ancient art of paper folding, located in the city of Montreal, Canada. A giant origami, covering the main part of the kitchen, with its angular shape, pierced with sushi-pink translucent glass, create the ambience and tone of the restaurant. As soon as they enter, customers are enveloped in a corridor of clear glass set into brightly striped walls. The vinyl covering, in a motif created by the designer, Read more […]
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Yoli Frozen Yogurt Shop in Berlin

The owners along with design collective Amseldrossel created the interior of the store with a white background, like the yogurt, and layers of colorful shapes that represent the toppings. Like yogurt, the materials used to create the interior are very clean, pure, white, and fresh. The large windows and open space plan of the store allows for a relaxing atmosphere while enjoying frozen yogurt. The sleek minimalist design continues onto the handmade counter positioned nearly int he middle Read more […]
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Theurel & Thomas Patisserie

Anagrama projected an exclusive and elegant atmosphere for Theurel & Thomas, the first patisserie in Mexico specialized in French macarons. Here is the project description: One of the most important extensions of a brand, which has a business based in store selling, is the design and ambiance of the stores. The Theurel & Thomas pâtisserie has an enlightened space with an exclusivity and elegant atmosphere. The store location is in San Pedro, Mexico, Latin America’s most affluent suburb. Read more […]
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