Inheritance and Transmission. Traditional techniques lie in cultural and historical context. They look remote and abstract in parallel to our daily life. In Ten Bamboo Studio Art Gallery project, SITUATE Architecture tempts to translate traditional technique with space by introducing interaction, creating echoes of the past with present.
The media library in Colombes, near Paris, is part of a new Social Center whose purpose on a broader scale is the urban renewal and upgrading of the town’s Fossés Jean/Bouviers district. For this reason, the building had to be exemplary.
The R+1 project proposes to articulate the elements of the Binaural Studio, the Bar, the Workshop, and the Exhibition area around a generous meeting space located close to the vestibule, facing the city.
The Zeus+Δione Flagship Store in Athens translates the inherent ability of fabrics to capture movement and light into static architectural space. The design concept intends to not only mirror the values of Zeus+Δione as a brand but also to create a subtle and light backdrop for the presentation of seasonally changing garments and goods. A subtle lightness could be achieved through a simple spatial layout and the transformation of locally allocated materials.
Pendant lighting is pretty much a staple element in modern homes, due to its functionality and ability to create a unique mood. Rattan, wicker, and bamboo have been a part of interior home design from old times, especially in Asian countries with a strong wellbeing culture. Put these two together and we have natural fiber […]
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The Expansion of the main terminal building of Athens International Airport (AIA) was instigated by the new European Security Regulatory Framework enforced in 2019, in order to cover a critical increase in Extra Schengen’s operational needs. The terminal building, approx. 168.000 sqm and almost 800m in length, had to extend by an additional 10% to cover the additional capacity requirements.
Canadian design duo Coryn Kempster and Julia Jamrozik have created a playful all-blue cafe in a century-old house in Buffalo, New York, with an optical illusion staircase. Named Tipico Coffee, the cafe’s identity was formed with the intention of designing a space that encourages social interactions and supports local craftsmanship. Reclaimed furniture and lighting made
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This project refers to Sabrab Office. Letting natural light enter in the space was the concept for the development of this space. The space was originally segmented with several work areas and where natural light was none and very dark rooms. The basic idea for the creation was immediately liberated from the whole area, transforming it into an open space.
Happy Panda II is a Chinese restaurant located in the Cumbaya neighborhood of Quito, Ecuador. The project notably features a canopy of colorful lantern-like chandeliers composed of paracord and painted steel tubes. This is the second commission Hou de Sousa has built for the Happy Panda Restaurant Group (the first of which was completed in 2013).