After the success of the Grand Pigalle (9e arrondissement), the Experimental Group again relies on the talent of the French designer Dorothée Meilichzon for the design of Grands Boulevards (2e arrondissement), a hotel with a typically Parisian identity, located between luxury and spontaneity. Back on a timeless establishment.
Founded in July 2017, the young Parisian agency Pseudonyme proves that value does not wait for the number of years. After revaluing the facade of the famous Circus Hotel in Berlin (Germany), the architectural duo displays their taste for metallic textures and signs a unique place in the heart of the capital's 6th district, between private space, collector's apartment and gallery art. Focus on a studio that we haven't finished hearing about ...
In their early years, restaurateurs rarely enjoy their own space to express themselves and are often forced to reproduce the cuisine of another, failing to give free rein to their creativity. An unfortunate finding that inspires Israeli entrepreneurs who imagine the L28, the first shared facility made available to independent leaders in the heart of Tel Aviv (Israel). A concept generously studied that takes shape thanks to the intervention of architects Kimmel Eschkolot.
What's better than a challenge to awaken the imagination of architects? Proof of this is with the narrow Kaleido House, located in Mexico City (Mexico), to which the Taller Estilo Arquitectura teams confer depth and volume. A functional residence that plays with its spatial peculiarities to adopt crystalline tunes.
Since 2009, the premises of Bouygues Immobilier take place in the tower Galéo, a notable building designed by Christian de Portzamparc in Issy-les-Moulinaux (92). While the envelope generated a lot of reactions - both positive and negative - the building owners' offices did not shine with their ergonomics. 10 years later, this is now a thing of the past. Decoding of the company's brand new seat, signed YAD Space.
And what if the places of entertainment offered a new kind? In any case, this is what Ana Moussinet proposes with a tailor-made experience in one of the most dynamic new districts of Paris, for the renovation of 7 Batignolles (17ème). Or how to transport moviegoers in a new world before even the beginning of the film!
With the goal of evolving in a facility as fresh as the products it offers, the owners of Café Bana, located in Tel Aviv (Israel), challenge the architects of Amit Studio to find simple solutions to chew their restaurant vegan. A challenge that did not know how to scare designers who offer a pleasant interior with pastel tones.
To celebrate the success of a brand, what better than to dedicate a shop to the height of its ambitions? For its fourth store, the shoe brand Sabbun wants to assert their identity in a concept in line with the evolution of their brand. The architecture and design agency Labotory therefore takes the visual codes that made the success of the other three stores to design a visionary space in Seoul (Korea): a futuristic look, between curves and dysmetry.
Definitely, the shops of the Australian cosmetics brand Aesop are real playgrounds for architects! After leaving it to the Norwegian agency Snøhetta to design their stall in the Chelsea district (United Kingdom), the firm entrusts the design of its new store in Tokyo (Japan) to local contractors: Torafu Architects. The result is an ensemble in the image of the Shibuya district where it takes place, situated between old and contemporary.
Bring some of the southern heat into the heart of the Big Apple, a challenge? In any case, it is the brilliant challenge of designer and interior designer Dmitry Reutov, who declines the bright colors of the streets of Mexico City (Mexico) with contemporary furniture, offering residents of a New York apartment a little of respite in their everyday lives of city dwellers.