First Photographs of Hong Kong Exhibition

Design Systems Ltd. created a theme that intends to deliver a closely-intertwined retrospection of both Hong Kong photography and architecture. Project description: As the opening exhibition of the Hong Kong Photo Festival 2010, the “First Photographs of Hong Kong” Exhibition, held at the Former Central Police Station Compound, presents a hundred of old photos of Hong Kong, which have captured the birth of Hong Kong photography during the years from 1858 to 1875. Returning from Europe and Read more […]
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Diamond Lounge

For the Bangkok Architect Fair in 2011, Apostrophy’s projected an aesthetic place, where you can leisurely sit and sip some beverages, surrounded by art pieces in gallery made from durably construction hardware products. Project description: In Bangkok Architect fair 2011, another Apostrophy’s favorable circumstances from our companion, Diamond Building Products Public Company, their product lines are ceramic, laminate, construction hardware and construction service in Thailand. Apostrophy’s Read more […]
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AUTOBOX Pop-Up Store

Studio Guilherme Torres designed this original pop-up store for an asian car assembler in Londrina, Brazil. Project description: The client, a franchisee of an asian car assembler, comissioned a project that would gather the following features: easy assemblage, low costs and high visual impact. Studio Guilherme Torres proposed an idea that would satisfy the client’s needs of agility adding the sustainability aspect to the project. Making a direct reference to car imports, shipping Read more […]
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Design Bar + VIP Lounge

Swedish architect and designer Jonas Wagell projected the Design Bar and VIP Lounge at the Stockholm Furniture Fair. The conceptual theme for the Design Bar and VIP Lounge was the forest and the industry, a tribute to raw material, craftsmanship and refinement, which constitute the backbone of the furniture industry. Located next to the public industry is the restricted VIP Lounge forest created with identical materials and furniture, but with radically different atmosphere and spatial Read more […]
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CESDA Stand by Nacho Marti

Nacho Marti designed the stand for CESDA (Center for Advanced Studies in Aviation) at the Estudia Fair in Barcelona. A kind and seductive space is generated for the teenagers that want to become pilots, transmitting the glamour of the pilots world, like the credits of “Catch me if you can” movie. Read more […]
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Boolean by Torafu Architects

Torafu Architects designed Boolean, an interior installation for the cafe space located at the entrance of the Faculty of Medicine Experimental Research Building in the University of Tokyo. At first the place was just a waiting room with a vending machine and covered with hard materials such as stone. In order to create a warmer space they used two L-shaped wooden objects placed in a different orientation, one as a partition wall and the other for a bench. Cutting circles out of the partition Read more […]
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Mot & Chandon Marquee by PTW Architects

PTW Architects designed the Mot & Chandon marquee for the Melbourne Cup Carnival in 2005. Using the latest digital technologies from concept to realization of the design, they created a sparkling and surreal atmosphere in the name of the “bubble-ism”. Through the use of daylight and a tensioned Lycra material that is digitally patterned and custom-tailored for the space that the press described as an “avant-garde environment not of this earth”. Via Contemporist Read more […]
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Kenzo Parfums Sales Space by Nendo

Nendo designed the sales space for Kenzo Parfums in the department store Printemps in Paris, France. Kenzo’s image is known for its particularly refined yet warm style. This duality is part of the essence so they used it as the basic concept behind the space design. First, they deconstructed the Kenzo logo, and rebuilt its pieces into random patterns that adds an iconic duality in the combination of light and shadow that filters through the pattern. The choice to use different materials,steel Read more […]
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Showroom by Marco Jiverd

A few weeks ago, Marco Jiverd contacted me asking my opinion on the Showroom he designed in Monterrey, Mexico. I think its an incredible design, so I decided to share it with all of you. The showroom is based in two distribution galleries, like tunnels, that holds touch screens with information of the company. These tunnels connect to the main office, a double-height space with a beautiful helicoidal stair. Before the intervention: Read more […]
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Bibliometro by Paredes Pedrosa Arquitectos

Paredes Pedrosa Arquitectos proyected Bibliometro, a public library stands in the metro stations of Madrid in which passengers may take books to lend and leave them back in any station. Bibliometro intends not only the traffic of culture across the subway of Madrid but also to make readable the journeys of millions of passengers every day. These small pavilions, 7,8 x 2,5 meters, are immerse in the circulation of passengers and its sinuous shape adapts to its flow. They are built with Read more […]
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