Monday, February 21, 2011
The dugout in the middle of the building generates height for a second level. A polycarbonate lightbox with integrated LED lights houses the bedrooms and spans the space above the living-kitchen.
Custom-made cupboard, kitchen and stairs finished in bright orange polyurethane, link the dugout to the entrance hall on the street side and the living room on the park side.....more
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Monday, February 14, 2011
On the corner of Cornelis Schuytstraat and Willemsparkweg in Amsterdam South in an existing shell building, a shop is made which plays with the dogmas of the moral perfection of the body and the decoration thereof......more
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Area: 300 m2
Remodeling project of exhibition space and shop in the Centro Cultural Palacio La Moneda. Project in conjunction with Yungleng Sánchez and Beatriz Navarrete, curator of the ehibición.....more
Monday, February 7, 2011
In 2009 the HAKA building is appointed to become a campus for clean-tech activity. A 'Living Lab' for companies, institutions and authorities in the field of water and energy pooling their knowledge and research.
For this task Doepel Strijkers Architects explored materials cycles in the area and city scale. Doepel Strijkers Architects is one of the partners of REAP PLUS (Rotterdam Energy Approach & Planning) in which in addition to energy - water, waste, material cycles are also included.....more
Tuesday, February 1, 2011
Upon signing the lease for this ground floor commercial space, Anthony Gianzero approached SPG Architects to design his new salon. Located a block west of heavily commercialized Eighth Avenue, in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan, but with little retail activity, Gianzero wanted to give the 500 SF store front a strong visual presence in order to serve as a destination for his clientele. From the formerly derelict and abandoned space, SPG Architects designed an environment that focuses the activity of the salon around a bar-like reception area where clients can relax. The design involves bars of light, mirrors, glass, and stainless steel grounded by richly stained blue-black cabinetry and flooring. The sense of lightness and reflectivity created by the light and reflective materials remarks on the ephemeral nature of beauty. The solid feel of the flooring and cabinetry provide a distinct sense of place for the stylists and their clientele......more