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YNNO office by Sprikk

 

Project: YNNO office (consulting agency)

Design firm: Sprikk

Sprikk designed new working environments for the consultant agency, YNNO. Their office was designed to implement the working nature of consulting agency in which communication & networking play a key role. Since YNNO’s sttafs spend more time at their client’s office as a consultant than their own office, Sprikk designed workplace that gives home like feeling. 

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YNNO office by Sprikk

YNNO office by Sprikk

YNNO office by Sprikk

YNNO office by Sprikk

 

material used: birchwood structures ( partitions, niches, storage spaces and bookshelves)

  
 

YNNO office, plan

 
 

YNNO office, elevation

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Mundvoll Café + Grocery Store by Joint Perspectives

 

Project: Mundvoll Café + Grocery Store

Design Firm: Joint Perspectives
Location: Friedrichshafen, Germany
Use: Café/Grocery Store
Total Area: 79sqm

Mundvoll Café + Grocery Store by Joint Perspectives

 

Mundvoll Café + Grocery Store by Joint Perspectives

 

Mundvoll Café + Grocery Store by Joint Perspectives

 

 

Mundvoll Café + Grocery Store by Joint Perspectives

Mundvoll Café + Grocery Store by Joint Perspectives

 

Mundvoll Café + Grocery Store by Joint Perspectives

 

 

Material used: Plywood, wooden crates, metal & paint

Furniture: Joint Perspectives ( designed + custom made)

          Bar: layered plywood, color stained wood, colored metallic basket

          Shelves: plywood structure cladded along the colored magnetic metal strip (for price tags)

          Menu: magnetic black board

 

 

 

 

 
PONS + HUOT Office by Christian Pottgiesser

Project: PONS + HUOT office

Firm: Christian Pottgiesser

Location: Paris, France

size: 7 director’s office, 1 open office ( 8 staffs ), 1 meeting room, 1 common recreational room, kitchen, restroom

 

PONS + HUOT Office by Christian Pottgiesser

 

PONS + HUOT Office by Christian Pottgiesser

 

PONS + HUOT Office by Christian Pottgiesser

 

PONS + HUOT Office by Christian Pottgiesser

 

PONS + HUOT Office by Christian Pottgiesser

PONS + HUOT Office by Christian Pottgiesser

material used:

existing site: industrial hall built in the late 19th century with a steel framework

ceiling: self-cleaning glass

furniture: solid oak (1,7 m H x 22 m L x 14 m W ) 

partition: Plexiglas

PONS + HUOT Office, plan

New Architecture Studio by Dom Arquitectura

Project: Architecture Studio

Architect: Pablo Serrano Elorduy
Interior Designer: Blanca Elorduy

Photographer: Jordi Anguera
Location: Barcelona, Spain

Size: 50m2

New Architecture Studio by Dom Arquitectura

New Architecture Studio by Dom Arquitectura

New Architecture Studio by Dom Arquitectura

New Architecture Studio by Dom Arquitectura

New Architecture Studio by Dom Arquitectura

New Architecture Studio by Dom Arquitectura

Materials & Furniture used:
Facade: iron carpentry w/o studs painted in dark graphite gray
                continuous glass panels

Interior walls: patterns painted to the matching color with an exterior iron

Tables are Bordonabe model MH graphite colour on work table and white on meeting table
Chairs: Attiva, Bordonabe
Meeting chairs: Staff, Tramo
Faucet: Element single-hole, Roca
Sink: Urban Barcelona, Roca
Toilet: Meridian, Roca
Lighting: Carlsberg hanging Lamp, dom arquitectura design
                 Paper path Lamp, dom arquitectura design

 

 

New Architecture Studio by Dom Arquitectura, plan

Tokujin Yoshioka, Kartell-Snowflake, Milan 2010

Tokujin Yoshioka, Kartell-Snowflake, Milan 2010

an installation with hundreds of transparent plastic sticks at the Kartell showroom in Milan designed by Tokujin Yoshioka to showcase their newly designed chair ” invisible”

Transparent plastic sticks are painted with white to create snowflake effect of the space

Tokujin Yoshioka, Kartell-Snowflake, Milan 2010

Tokujin Yoshioka, Kartell-Snowflake, Milan 2010

Tokujin Yoshioka, Kartell-Snowflake, Milan 2010

Tokujin Yoshioka, Kartell-Snowflake, Milan 2010

Tokujin Yoshioka, Kartell-Snowflake, Milan 2010

dduardo duarte, porcupine

Porcupine, a collaboration between New York based architect Eduardo Benamor Duarte and Caterina Tiazzoldi, is a chair designed explicitly for hotel lobbies, restaurants, airports and other waiting areas.

The chair is parametrically generated from a logic inspired by the fractal growth of a shell and different versions of it can be produced to precisely fit a room.

 The whole thing is surfaced in felt without any crossbracing. The felt, however, is reinforced from the inside with fiberglass.

porcupine

porcupine

The prototypical version of the chair was designed for the reception space of the Altis Hotel in Lisbon.