All Projects

TOP OUTLET STORE

Beguiristain Bergera Architects

31 Aug 2011

Top Outlet is a small first brand clothing, shoes and accessories store The aim of the project was to fit out a clothing outlet store premises of 40 square meters, located on a pedestrian covered pass. It made sense to cross-section the space in two parts, the first one facing the main street and intended for public use, leaving the second one, devoted to service spaces. The designed proposal

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YARRA LANE PRECINCT

HASSELL

31 Aug 2011

HASSELL produced three unique outlets in order to establish Yarra Lane as a destination precinct. HASSELL was involved in the design of three outlets in Yarra Lane,: Outpost Dining Room, Mopho and Deba. Each outlet is designed to feel as though a unique entity, allowing the lane way to be characterised by the diversity of individual shops; a village high street. Working with the chef, we

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CHASING KITSUNE

HASSELL

31 Aug 2011

The young designers at HASSELL created their version of a Yatai – a Japanese food truck – for the 2011 State of Design Festival and its ‘design that moves’ theme. The aim was to use social media to engage people and beta-entrepreneurialism to activate unused areas around the city fringe. It was designed to be more than a food truck: a mobile pop-up restaurant. The

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ROOMSCAPES OF THE IMAGINATION

WAN Editorial

25 Aug 2011

Barneys New York, the luxury specialty retailer, unveiled Roomscapes of the Imagination, a collaboration with Rafael de Cárdenas, Joe Grillo, Peter Shelton and Lee F. Mindel of Shelton, Mindel & Associates, and Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz to be featured in the windows of the retailer's Madison Avenue flagship. A play on the traditional designer showcase, the windows house four rooms that

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CURE SALON MONSIEUR

upsetters architects

25 Aug 2011

Cure Salon Monsieur is a complex of a beauty salon and cafe. The site, with a narrow frontage, is a little way off the main shopping street down a narrow lane typically called “unagi-no-nedoko” (“a bed for an eel”) in Japanese. The client requested 'a retreat'. Upsetters architects, therefore focused on utilising the depth of the site, sandwiched between two buildings,

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