Lounge / dining area and open kitchen in a 110m² loft in Antwerp, Belgium designed by Low architects (prev. feat.here).
Design proposal for the renovation of a two-story tie shop in Tokyo, by Japanese architect Shuichiro Yoshida. The concept is based on a staggered arch system to create separate areas inside the shop and lead client; basic materials: black plaster mixed with carbon.
Design / renderings cortesy of Shuichiro Yoshida
previously: Tube hair salon in Athens
Horror-themed restaurants, bars and clubs are nothing new, and they’re cropping up all over the world (the H.R. Giger Bar in Switzerland is built on the Alien designer’s creepy biomechanical artwork)
But the owners of Cambiare, a new Italian bar & grill located in Tokyo’s “Golden Gai” district in Shinjuku (a heaven for Tokyo nightlife), have now made their mark with the first club to base their look and design on Dario Argento’s 1977 horror classic Suspiria, well-known for its sumptuous sets, innovative lighting and oh so Technicolor blood.
Cambiare just set up their Facebook page this week, so drop by and keep watch for more updates and images.
The Origo Coffee Shop, a 65sqm all-day bar in Bucharest, designed by architects Dan Enache,Calin Radu and Radu Nenita of Lama Arhitectura studio.
Photos by Radu Malasincu
Origo’s main decoration is an installation of 276 white cups floating above the bar. Part of the bar, which is made of raw metal sheets and wood, can be raised from 80 cm during the day to 110 cm in the evenings. Continue reading
The Kempart loft in Liège, designed by Belgian studio Dethier Architectures.
The aluminum pod placed in the middle of the apartment (formerly an industrial-scale bakery) contains two bathrooms, a toilet, the heating and ventilation equipment and storage space. It also acts as a break, with the living room on one side (with a TV built neatly into the pod), and the bedroom on the other.
Photo by Serge Brison
A small disused garage renovated by Act Romegialli Architects. as an accessory to a weekend house, situated on the slopes of the Raethian Alp.
A structure realized with lightweight metal galvanized profiles and steel wires wraps the existent volume and transforms it into a tridimensional support for the climbing vegetation.
Inside the Green box are organized a room for the gardening tools, great passion of the owner,an area for coking and a space for conviviality.
Photos by Marcello Mariana
Previously: storage barn by Gray Organschi architects