Brae Restaurant Accommodation by Six Degrees Architects

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Client: Cape Otway Road Holdings Pty Ltd

Location: 4285 Cape Otway Road, Birregurra, Victoria, Australia

Year: 2016



Awards

2018 Eat Drink Design Awards, Best Hotel Design
2016 IDEA Sustainability, Highly Commended


Architects: Six Degrees Architects

Photography: © Trevor Mein



Brae Restaurant and Accommodation were conceived and designed to provide a luxury, sustainable rural experience.  Set amid 30 acres of productive farmland, the restaurant showcases the best locally grown produce, reflecting a connection to the land. The accommodation references the archetypal utilitarian rural shed in the landscape, while providing a handcrafted, bespoke luxury for guests. Simple robust materials and intricate detailing remind you that hands have made and shaped the buildings.

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Six Degrees Architects


CONTACT

110 Argyle Street
Fitzroy VIC 3065

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Barr/Snøhetta 

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Client: Noma
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

Year: 2017


Categories:

Architecture, Interior, Brand Design, Visual Identity, Retail & Restaurant
Lighting design: Concept Design


In the former home of the world-renowned restaurant Noma, acclaimed chef and restaurateur Thorsten Schmidt in partnership with chef René Redzepi and Snøhetta have conceived a fresh approach to the iconic space. Snøhetta designed the interiors and new graphic identity for Barr, which opened its doors on July 5 on Copenhagen’s waterfront.

Located in North Atlantic House (Nordatlantens Brygge), Barr is a casual restaurant focused not only on the Nordics, but also on the broader food and drink traditions found in the region along the North Sea; an area that spans Scandinavia, Germany, Benelux and British Isles. The restaurant’s name (Barr: meaning “barley” in old Norse), reflects Schmidt’s fascination with the region’s food and drink history and culture. Classic dishes such as frikadeller (Danish meatballs), schnitzel and hot-smoked salmon will be offered alongside a large selection of craft beers and aquavits.

Throughout the restaurant, the design is driven by a strong duality and juxtaposition of the old and the new. When entering the restaurant, guests are met with a warm oak floor, contrasting with the rough texture of the original stone walls. A massive, carved wooden counter stretching from one room to the other anchors the space. The ceiling is alternately composed of the original ceiling beams and new, sculpted wooden planks, which are embedded with brass details that reflect micro spots of light. Raw materials – wood, leather and wool – evoke the restaurant’s Northern influence.

In addition to designing the interiors, Snøhetta also designed the branding and visual identity for Barr. Having researched the typographical heritage of the North Sea region, Snøhetta has also developed a unique typeface called Barr Gräbenbach. Shaped by the convergence of traditional handcraft and mechanical production, the typeface creates a bold yet refined expression. It is complemented by a color palette that references the natural seasons, honest and direct imagery, and a selection of paper qualities and embossing of patterns.

Local techniques and locally sourced materials played an essential part in the restaurant’s design. Most of the oak used for furniture and interior was harvested from trees grown less than fifty kilometres from Barr’s doorstep. The restaurant’s furniture was created by Malte Gormsen using traditional Danish craftsmanship and carpentry. The bar counters are CNC-milled oak. The relief pattern of the ceiling and wall panels are inspired by the microscopic view of barley, one of the three main ingredients in beer making.

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Snøhetta is a place that nobody is from, but anyone can go to.
Snøhetta (Norwegian pronunciation: [ˈsnøːˌhɛtɑ]) began as a collaborative architectural and landscape workshop, and has remained true to its trans-disciplinary way of thinking since its inception.

Today, Snøhetta has grown to become an internationally renowned practice of architecture, landscape architecture, interior architecture, and brand design, with more than 180 employees from 30 different nations.

In 1989, Snøhetta received its first commission to re-conceive the great Alexandria Library in Egypt after winning an international design competition. This was followed a decade later by another competition-winning proposal for the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet.

In 2004, Snøhetta was commissioned to build the only cultural building on the World Trade Center Memorial site, and a permanent office was then set up in New York. In 2013, following the commission to design the new SFMOMA Expansion, Snøhetta launched its San Francisco studio.

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CONTACT

Oslo office

Akershusstranda 21, Skur 39
N-0150 Oslo, Norway
Tel.: +47 24 15 60 60

New York office

80 Pine Street, 10th floor
New York, NY 10005, USA
Entrance on Pearl Street
Tel.: +1 646-383-4762

Innsbruck studio

Maria Theresien Strasse 57
A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria
Tel.: +43 512 35 90 50

San Francisco studio

236 8th St., Suite 100
San Francisco, CA 94103, USA
Tel.: + 1 415-915-1335

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Higher Ground by DesignOffice

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Location: Melbourne, Australia
Client: Higher Ground

Completion Date: June 2016


2017 Australian Interior Design Awards
Hospitality Design
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Architects: Design Office
Collaboration: Basis Builders / Profile Furniture / BREC / JB Elliot
Photography: © Sean Fennessy


DesignOffice were commissioned by Nathan Toleman and the team behind Top Paddock and The Kettle Black to create a new all-day destination for food and drink close by Melbourne’s Southern Cross Station. 

The design approach was anchored around the creation of a series of tiered platforms, providing both intimacy and layered perspective within the vast site.

The new architectural interventions are designed to sit with deliberate tension between the existing brick and concrete forms. Midnight blue staircases are expressed as confident geometric steel forms abutting the soaring columns which support the residential development above.

The rich and tactile palette combines terrazzo, cork, painted steel, stone, black fibre board and solid timbers to define and anchor each setting. Layers of planting, rugs, furniture and lighting inhabit the levels to provide a range of seating options for customers from morning through to the evening.

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CONTACT

studio@designoffice.com.au
+61(0).3.9417.0001

Address

5 Hotham Street, Collingwood
Victoria 3066, Australia


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ANH + CHI by House of Bohn

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KARIN BOHN
OWNER & CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Karin Bohn is the founder and creative director behind the award-winning Vancouver-based design firm, House of Bohn. Karin established the interior design firm over 8 years ago, and since has made her mark in many industries including luxury residential, multi-family, restaurants and retail. Karin let’s you into her world of business and design weekly videos on her YouTube channel www.youtube.com/c/karinbohn

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Sloane Ranger by Architects EAT

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Location: 13 Cremorne St Cremorne 3121, VIC 3121, Australia

Year: 2017


 2017 Eat Drink Design Awards shortlist: Best Cafe Design



Architects: EAT

Photography: © Derek Swalwell


Located in an office building constructed from concrete, we made use of the loft ceiling setbacks from the street and the building’s materiality to enhance the dining experience. The objective of this project Is about (i) refinement of assemblage (ii) creating pockets of different dining experience within a small space.

EAT



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Architects EAT


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Architects EAT is a Melbourne based architecture and interior design practice.

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Albert Mo and Eid Goh

Albert Mo and Eid Goh established their office in South Yarra, Melbourne in 2000, after graduating from the University of Melbourne, and gaining experience in various firms in Melbourne and Singapore. While overseeing projects and operating the administration of the firm together, Albert has developed a reputation in his residential and apartment projects, and Eid specialises in the hospitality & retail sector projects.

Both Albert and Eid have tutored design studios and delivered lectures at the University of Melbourne, and have been invited regularly as guest critic to student’s presentations in various Universities.  They also actively engage in the works at The Australian Institute of Architects, with Albert served 2 terms at the Victorian Chapter Council from 2004 to 2008, and since 2010, Albert has also been invited as a jury member for the annual Victorian architecture awards program.

In addition, they have contributed to the education and the growth of the architecture field by delivering talks in various schools such as Camberwell Grammar School (2004, 2006) & Camberwell High School (2011, 2012), as well as program such as The Age Student Forum by The National Design Centre in 2007.

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James Coombe

James Coombe joined the practice in 2005, and became an associate director in 2015. James is the new leader in the studio, in charge of all aspect in running of projects. He is committed to bringing together a suite of ideas for every building in a cohesive and finely resolved manner. He has also guided the practice in implementing the Building Information System (BIM), which facilitates an interactive and exploratory design process, whilst improving accuracy and reducing project costs and timeframes.

James engages actively at The Australian Institute of Architects, particularly the Smaller Practice Forum, in which he is a regular contributor.


CONTACT

Architects EAT
Level 2, 118 Langridge Street
Collingwood, Victoria 3066
Australia

Local: 1300 360 382
Int: +61 3 8413 5300
Fax: +61 3 8413 5380


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HOTEL SURAZO BY WMR Arquitectos

 

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Location: Matanzas, Chile

Superficie: 1100 m2



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Alex Hotel, Interior design by Arent & Pyke

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Category: CommercialHospitality

Location: Alex Hotel

50 James St. Northbridge, Perth, Western Australia

Year: 2015


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Interior Design: Arent & Pyke

Architecture by Space Agency

Photography © Anson Smart


AWARDS

Australian Interior Design Awards 2016WINNER – Hospitality for Alex Hotel Belle Coco Republic Interior Design Awards 2016WINNER – Hospitality for Alex Hotel
FINALIST – Designer of the Year
IDEA Interior Design Excellence Awards 2016 Shortlist – Hospitality
FINALIST – Designer of the Year
Eat Drink Design Awards 2015Highly Commended – Best Bar Design
Shortlist – Best Cafe Design  



Alex Hotel responds to the overarching concept of the ‘Hotel as Home’. Together with the client, four key concepts were established for the interior design; ‘the personal’, ‘the escape’, ‘the craft’ and ‘the legacy’, to nurture a sense of intimacy, connectedness and domesticity. With the client, there was always a discussion about ‘Alex’ being someone familliar to us all; an uncle whose home you love to visit, a treasured old friend with a house full of wonderment. The interior design, furnishing and styling imagines the richness, the personality, a sense of frivolity and the layering of a story.

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Led by Sarah-Jane Pyke and Juliette Arent, the team at Arent&Pyke are renowned for their intuitive and honest approach. They combine a collective thirst for creative exploration with problem-solving skills and an eye for detail, ensuring each project is unique, polished and seamlessly delivered. Their work is underscored by a belief that genuine relationships with clients are paramount to an authentic creative process.

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Gastrobar La Manera, Valencia by Masquespacio Design Studio

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Location: Valencia, Spain

Area: 92 m2

Year: 2016



Design interior: Masquespacio

Photography: © Luis Beltran


The project for La Manera consists in seeking to create a hospitality concept that could work by day and by night, adaptable to each moment and requirement, starting with a brunch and coffee during the morning, converting itself in a restaurant during the evening and ending up as a cocktail bar. The business concept concentrated on serving first class food and beverage made of natural ingredients and served by renown cocktail and coffee baristas, allows to create a design project that seeks to find the essence of natural materials.

For that the existing building brick walls have been recovered, while a rusty finish has been added to the metallic elements on walls, lamps and the bar. For furniture some metallic elements with the same rusty finish have been mixed with concrete, adding a touch of warmth through brown soft leather and cushions made of different fabrics. Also be recognized in the space is the use of a lattice wall that aims to add a touch of Mediterranean feeling to the space, while the plants seek to connect even more to the natural concept from La Manera.

Aiming to adapt the atmosphere of the venue from breakfast and dinners to a sexy night space, last but not least the lighting has been regulated entirely, allowing to adapt its intensity each moment by day and by night.

Masquespacio


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Masquespacio

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Masquespacio is an award winning creative consultancy created in 2010 by Ana Milena Hernández Palacios and Christophe Penasse. Combining the 2 disciplines of their founders, interior design and marketing, the Spanish design agency creates branding and interior projects through a unique approach that results in fresh and innovative concepts. Awarded in 2016 with the “Massimo Dutti New Values” award by Architectural Digest Spain and the “Wave of the Future” award by Hospitality Design USA they have been rewarded with a continued international recognition by media specialized in design, fashion and lifestyle trends. They have worked on projects in several countries like Norway, USA, Germany and Spain.

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CONTACT

MAIN OFFICE/SEDE CENTRAL

Calle Roger de Lauria 11, pta 1
46002 Valencia
Tel. (+34) 963.52.77.56
E-mail: info@masquespacio.com

DELEGATION MADRID

Paseo de la Castellana 40, 8th floor
28046 Madrid
Tel. (+34) 911.85.31.30
E-mail: madrid@masquespacio.com


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MAURITZHOF HOTEL MÜNSTER BY LAMBS AND LIONS

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Münster is a must for those visiting Germany’s Westphalia region. Whether traveling for work or pleasure – from a weekend escape to a business retreat – the 4-star Mauritzhof Hotel is the perfect choice for any occasion. Look forward to one of the most exceptional design hotels in the heart of the city. Our location on Münster’s green promenade means you’re close to it all, whilst your mind stays serene.

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Interior & Experience concept: Michael Schickinger LAMBS AND LIONS

Interior design and Styling: Michael Schickinger and Kathrin Bade in collaboration with architect Kresings

Artdirection Branding: Stefan Grüner / LAMBS AND LIONS

Photography: Steve Herud & Georg Roske

Artdirection: Michael Schickinger & Stefan Grüner

Styling: Kathrin Bade


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thumb2_8d23ef31-f0f9-46aa-ac2c-afaf5fc4115e-log1 ARTDIRECTION BY MICHAEL SCHICKINGER

Based in Berlin, he is the founder & creative director of Lambs & Lions, a multidisciplinary design agency, developing ideas and a vision to create holistic concepts for premium and luxury products and experiences. With a human centric and integrated approach, Michael takes responsibility from an initial idea to driving the project and teams for the final goals. His services combine creative direction, brand identity, product design, interior architecture and design, and supervision of property development.

With more than 20 years experience in the lifestyle and hospitality industry, he is the creative director of Design Hotels™ for over ten years. Since he started his own business with Lambs and Lions in 2009, he has been crucially involved in many strategic branding exercises, focusing mainly on various film and photo projects with his signature style for clients such as Kuoni Travel AG and Helvetic Tours, and Thomas Cook. His passion for the niche hospitality industry continued in projects like San Giorgio Hotel Mykonos and Scorpios Mykonos.



CONTACT 

LAMBS AND LIONS GMBH & CO.KG
TORSTR. 86
10119 BERLIN/MITTE

PHONE NRS

Michael Schickinger / Creative Director: +49 151 24156819
Stefan Grüner / Art Director: +49 171 3604140
Annabell Kutucu / Interior Design & Styling: +49 151 42603988

 EMAIL

Michael Schickinger: michael@lambsandlions.com
Stefan Grüner: stefan@lambsandlions.com
Annabell Kutucu: annabell.k@me.com



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Belles Windsor by Ola architecture studio

 

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Location: Windsor, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Architects: OLA studio

Builder: Jimmy Timber

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Belles Hot Chicken acquired the old Spud Bar restaurant at the Windsor end of chapel St in 2016. Riddled with clashing colours and quirky spaces, Ola focused on designing a space suitable for Belles with minimal intervention. The existing counter and all fixed tables and chairs were restored, with all new bar and kitchen equipment being housed in mild steel and recycled timber. The timber reclaimed from demolition was also used throughout the restaurant as shelves and various joinery items.

The combination of dark textured metals, recycled timber and warm whites, provides an inviting space to enjoy a meal and drink while maintaining the sites original quirks and charm.

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Ola architecture studio


Ola is an award winning architecture studio with a reputation for delivering imaginative solutions to a diverse range of project types and scales. With broad design experience in residential, commercial and institutional work, Ola provides a high level of architecture, interior, masterplan and urban design services.

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CONTACT

Ola Studio

102/26 Rokeby Street

Collingwood VIC 3066

Australia

T: 03 9942 0812

E: hello@olastudio.com.au

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37 Rue du Simplon

75018 PARIS

France

T: +33 7 68 17 99 90

E: bonjour@olastudio.com.au


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Interior Design, Public Cafe by Kassa Design

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Location: Kyiv, Khreshchatyk strett, Ukraine

Year: 2015
Designers: KASSA DESIGN


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KASSA DESIGN


Interior design of cafe, restaurants, bistro, pubs. Designing from scratch.


CONTACT

 Ukraine, Kiyv

+38-050-344-07-40

kassa.design@gmail.com


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Rechtvaardige Rechters by Juma Architects

 

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Location: Ghent, Belgium

Year: 2014


 


 

Design Agency: JUMA Architects 
Designer: Mathieu Luyens en Julie van De Keere
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Restaurant Rechtvaardige Rechters on the Saint Bavo Square in Ghent needed a thorough makeover. The original arrangement of the tables was disorderly and the chairs looked rather ungainly. The colour palette was wrong, the lighting was inadequate and the checkout counter, which mainly consisted of open cabinets, left a sloppy impression. Urgent time for a couple of much needed interventions.
JUMA first wanted to add some structure by introducing a long, custom-designed, leather bench along which all the tables could be arranged. The bench was finished in a warm cognac colour and exudes a pleasant and inviting feel. The wooden tabletops provide a natural accent that contrasts with the refined design of the typically black Thonet chairs.
To emphasize the youthful character of the place, graphic designer Valentine De Cort was commissioned to make a large, playful wall drawing of the life surrounding the ever-impressive Saint Bavo Cathedral.

Customers will indeed be able to recognize many prominent figures in the drawing! Hiding amidst all those characters, for example, is the thief of the missing panel of the Ghent Altarpiece from which the restaurant takes its name.
JUMA’s lighting design combined a variety of different types of light fixtures that together create a cosy feel. Especially the big brass spherical hanging lamps attract attention while the sleek white ceiling fixtures with their movable spotlights remain discreet.
A number of walls were covered in a soft, shiny fabric that is also used in the new transition area that leads to the toilets. The checkout counter was renewed and shelves were designed onto which wine bottles can be displayed. The walls here were painted black, while the ceilings were given a white colour.
The icing on the cake is the stone cladding of the existing bar. The veined, polished stone gives the restaurant the allure it deserves.

JUMA Architects 


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JUMA architects

mathieu luyens & julie van de keere


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JUMA Architects is a Gent based architecture firm founded by Mathieu Luyens & Julie van De Keere in 2009 with a focus on creating well-crafted and custom made structures. Our aesthetics are modern and minimal with careful usage of light, space, emotion and the unique characteristics of each location. It is our misson to efficiently deliver a project from the first planning stages through to the fine detailing of materials and furniture design. Our specific approach allows us to be passionate designers and functional builders while efficiently creating a cost effective and personal structure for our clients.

 

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TURQUETA Restaurants by Tarruella Trenchs Studio

 

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Location : Valencia, Spain

Surface : 380 m2

Year : 2016

Client : Grupo Saona


Creative direction : Tarruella Trenchs Studios
Project leader : Olga Pajares
Colaborators : Anna Torndelacreu

Photografy : Meritxell Arjalaguer


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The new restaurant Turqueta belongs to Grupo Saona, and like all its premises, is characterized by creating spaces with a Minorcan soul and a very domestic ambience. This Atmosphere has been enhanced, increasing both comfort and its culinary offer.

We worked with both natural colors and traditional materials so that the diner feels comfortable in all the spaces.

The strength of the project has been to reinforce this idea of having a patio on the rear of the premises. An existing  skylight has been kept and a new sunken courtyard  has been made at the end of the adjacent room to enhance the entrance of natural light. The outdoor furniture, together with a lush vegetation, and the natural hurdle ceiling recreate a porch-like atmosphere.

The central volumen, cladded with oak wood boards, works as a central point among all the interior rooms, and it embraces both the kitchen and BOH zones.

The bar located at the entrance, stands out for having two levels and the back contains a set of mirror angles and rear linear lighting, achieving a very sophisticated effect with very simple elements.

Particular elements in the rooms, is what differentiates them from the rest to energize the restaurant. We have placed handmade ceramic plates made by of two potters, and a wall of reclaimed Majorcan doors in shades of blue and traditional hats from the island.

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Sandra Tarruella and Ricard Trenchs have a combined 40 years of project management and interior design experience and have personally worked on and overseen well over 100 projects, some of which have created a great impact in both the media and in the design community. They have been awarded some of the industries highest accolades and have been recognised not only in the media, but also in the hospitality and design press and used as a resource for conferences & lectures. They lead a youthful team that includes designers and professionals from varying disciplines and have positioned the firm as an interior design reference both in Spain and internationally.

Sandra Tarruella began her career in 1984 with the design of El Mordisco, the first restaurant founded by Grupo Tragaluz Restaurants. In 1992 she founded her

first studio, Tarruella-Lopez, which she successfully ran until 2009 at which time, with the help of Ricard Trenchs, she opened Sandra Tarruella Interioristas. Ricard Trenchs is a skilled architect and designer with a knack for team building and project management and Sandra recognized these skills early in Ricard´s career and entrusted him as Managing Director of Sandra Tarruella Interioristas from its inception. They have worked together now for 12 years and are very proud to announce that the company will officially incorporate Ricard Trenchs into the brand to form Tarruella Trenchs Studio.Tarruella Trenchs Studio offers a variety of services and works with a team of collaborators and reliable contractors that covers all phases of project development, from initiation until the end of the construction process (including but not limited to: architecture, interior design, graphic design, naming, merchandising, landscaping and all things related to the technical side of things from budgets to permits).


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Gijang Waveon Restaurant by Kwak Heesoo IDMM Architects

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Location: 533(522-2), Wolnae-ri, Jangan-eup, Gijang-gun, Busan, Republic of Korea
Site area: 1,381.53m²
Building area: 253.19m²
Gross floor area: 497.33m²

Architects: Heesoo Kwak  IDMM Architects
Structure: RC Exterior

Program : CONSUMING PLACES / RESTAURANTS AND BARS
DESIGNED : 2015
COMPLETED : 2016

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Kijang adjacent to Pusan (second largest city in Korea) facing with the East Sea is famous for beautiful scenery of seashore rendered by inspiringly eroded rock, wave of clean seawater and groups of pine trees at a height of about 30 feet. WAVEON, the unique cafe in the beach, is located in a hill overlooking the shore in Kijang. Our client wanted to get a 500m2-sized building just for cafe where we can look down the sandy and rocky shore wherever we are. In fact, depending on where and how we see the beach, the sea shows diverse views for us. Accordingly, the significant matter of this project is how we can grasp and deal with the relationship between natural scene and architecture.

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The condition of architecture oriented to outside view from inner space is placed on maximization of length of openings facing with sea and beach. Within given Floor area ratio, void space in center can be decent solution to make more seats viewing scenery. This was embodied by stacking long and sequential spaces that had various heights and were connected each other via a bridge. Wide and long corridor bearing seating space with ocean view deliver internally void in the center and, at the same time, embraces more and diverse scenes from outside.

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Furthermore, outer space of this building consists of Pyeongsang that is a dutdoor furniture traditionally used for small group activities like talking and siping a cup of tea in community. Instead of setting a wide terrace in the beach, a series of Pyeongsang under pine trees plays a meaningful role as semi-individualized spaces where we can have an opportunity to enjoy meditative time with a cup of coffee surrounded by natural scenes. Obliquely punched concrete wall offers a pleasure to peep sea shore beyond tall pine trees. In rooftop area, we can notice a certain line where sea and sky become the one. In this building where nature and artificial setting meet together via more meditative but playful ways at the same time, we can experience a new type of retreat beyond cafe.

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 principal, IDMM architects

 Kwak Heesoo’s is widely known for his collaborative works with top tier clients of the Korean Wave. More than ten time award winner of the architectural awards of highest distinction in South Korea, his projects integrate the elements of program vs. facility, mass vs. volume, and structure with his signature concrete mass designs, envisioning new forms that challenge the increasingly individualistic needs of a rising Asian clientele.

 Arriving on scene after pulling off a hat trick in the top three innovative apartment design competitions, and after being awarded the Young Architect Award of Korea, the highest distinction for up and coming architects in Korea, Kwak paved his way in the public domain as an architect to the stars. Yet, away from such star-struck success, he has consistently continued with his work as a public architect of Seoul, yielding pivotal works such as Hangang Guardians and FS One. His work as social commentator and satirical comic has been widely exhibited, touching upon the themes of the paradoxical nature of capital-driven fast paced development in Asian cities, and the anachronistic concepts he identifies as prevalent within the contemporary Korean architectural scene.

Setting his works within Korea’s bustling, generic and fast-paced environments, flooded with dynamic visual information in the world’s most wired country, his conservative, yet luxurious and custom-made lifestyles are embodied in impressionable and sculptured concrete mass.


CONTACT

IDMM Architects
 3f, 43, Hannam-daero, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, Korea
Mail    idemm@chol.com
Tel      02 553 8896
Fax     02 553 8897

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IBIZA/3 PROJECTS/RIOS-CASARIEGO ARQUITECTOS


Luxury 5 Star Hotel in Ibiza, Santa Eulalia


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A NEW GENERATION OF LUXURY

One of Europe’s first eco-luxury hotels, Aguas de Ibiza is committed to complete environmental management. Constructed by local architect, Juan de los Rios, the property borrows traditional construction with hints of Phoenician architecture to integrate the building with its surroundings. As part of its policy, Aguas de Ibiza works with suppliers that are aligned with an earth-friendly philosophy to respect the planet. From their amenities, to the selection of foods, from the rational use of paper, to valuing the use of renewable energies, Aguas de Ibiza has struck a smart, luxuriant balance between eco-conscious and chic comfort.

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Luxury 5 Star Hotel in Ibiza, Santa Eulalia


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An oasis in one of the best luxury 5 star hotels in Ibiza.

A PLACE TO REFRESH YOURSELF, REST AND RECOVER WELLBEING.

A place to refresh yourself, rest and recover wellbeing. Revival Spa has joined forces with Clarins to create a temple of skincare, the Clarins Skin Spa. Clarins and Revival share a vision of respect and inspiration in nature to provide the best products and treatments. Over 1500m2 devoted to an area of Mediterranean inspiration, with sophisticated intimate inspiration. Discover the new Clarins treatments designed for Revival, a truly sensory experience of comfort and relaxation.

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Juan de los Ríos, Architect

Francisco Casariego, Technical Architect

Founded in 1983, Studio Ríos-Casariego is based in the town of Santa Eulalia del Río on the island of Ibiza, in the Balearic islands of Spain.

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Pasaje Fuente de Luna, 2
EDIFICIO UNIDAD
Apartado 122
07840 SANTA EULALIA DEL RIO
(Islas Baleares, Ibiza, Spain)

TEL:   +34 – 971 33 08 53
MOV: +34 – 659 83 86 80
MOV: +34 – 670 30 82 72
FAX:  +34 – 971 33 97 22
info@rios-casariego.com


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Ramón Esteve / BOUET restaurant, Valencia



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ARCHITECT AND DESIGNER

Founder and director of the studio, Ramón Esteve is the creative soul of the organization. Owner of a unique philosophy. His holistic vision of life leads him to face new challenges, with the aim to achieve excellence on every occasion.

 

 

Architect by the Higher Technical School of Madrid since 1990, and founder of Ramon Esteve Studio of Architecture in 1991.The studio operates both in the field of architecture and interior design, as well as operating in artistic direction and industrial design in the national and  international level.

PhD Architect. Professor in the School of Architecture at the Polytechnic University of Valencia since 2005. Teaches since 2012 the area of design hotels in the Master program of interior design of the Cardenal Herrera University CEU. In addition he usually conducts workshops, and conferences in which he lectures on architecture and design.


STUDIO Ramón Esteve

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Plaça Pere Borrego y Galindo, 7
46003 – Valencia, España
Teléfono +34 96 351 04 34
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Collaborators : Silvia Martinez, Isabel Meyer, Nacho Poveda, Isabel Rincón de Arellano, Maria Martí, Maria Parra

Audiovisual production : Alfonso Calza

Music : Henry Holzwarth


Location : Valencia, Spain
Year : 2017

Area : 285m2


by Ramón Esteve  :

The new Bouet defends gastronomy as a hedonistic and sensorial experience. Feelings and ideas are not only transmitted by their cuisine, but also by their premises and manners. A place were sophistication and casualness come together naturally with only one aim: the idea of gastronomy as culture and a way of life.


ATMOSPHERE


The architecture is not the aim here: we create places where things happen, where you can enjoy being surrounded by the atmosphere, the sounds and the warm lighting. In conclusion, a place where you can be happy in the easiest and more traditional way: around the table.


COMPLETE EXPERIENCE


Bouet brings together the cuisine and the diner by means of a touching and surprising language, along a sequence of rooms that slowly reveals the magic. The bar in the lobby –where you can have a glass of cava, a cocktail and a cold dish- welcomes us     to the main room. The light coming through the large windows focus our gaze towards the courtyard, which is visually connected to interior of the restaurant.


All the tricks and secrets are gone from the customer-opened kitchen, where the cook unveils his crafts and share the cooking experience with the diners.bouet-restaurant-alfonsocalza-07


COMPLETE DESIGN


The mix of new and existing materials, combined in a cool and befitting way, achieves that relaxing but classy effect of the ancient cities that now are really young. The facets that we found in the mirrors, the lights and the furniture –expressly crafted for this establishment- produce images, reflections and blur the interior.


MATERIALITY


Some crude materials match other more refined ones, such as copper or marble, thus giving an apparently industrial look to the set. As if it were born spontaneously, as if things were just dropped there.


STRONG IDENTITY


The new graphic identity of the restaurant should be as radical as the interior design.

Challenging the rules of corporative identity, we have developed a versatile concept with a stencil typeface that allows a wide variety of graphic design purposes.