All Projects

THE GREYHOUND

Tony O' Connell

07 Oct 2010

The Greyhound, Kew Green Although situated in an affluent surrounding, The Greyhound in Kew, Surrey was in desperate need of modernisation in its common areas such as the main bar, the garden and parts of the restaurant / function room.The desire was to create a quality, comfortable environment for customers to frequent for an early morning coffee or an evening meal, whilst steering clear of

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STRUCTURES

Inbani

06 Oct 2010

The Structures project is an expression of interior and exterior relationships. Storage elements of the products are integrated within the structure of the products, ensuring uncluttered surroundings and clean finishes throughout.

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EICHI CENTRE NIEDERGLATT

L3P

04 Oct 2010

The rough plastering and warm tones used on the facade come to life with the interaction of light and intensity. The internal structure consists of a double height room with the stage arranged on the long side of the new sports hall which has a generous glass facade. The toilets, office and outer equipment room are based on the ground floor and are also accessible from the exterior. The

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HOTEL MICHAEL

Michael Graves & Associates

01 Oct 2010

Hotel Michael, a 470-room boutique hotel named after world renowned designer Michael Graves, has just opened to the public at Singapore's Resorts World Sentosa - a hospitality mega-project planned and designed by Graves' firms Michael Graves & Associates (MGA) and Michael Graves Design Group (MGDG) under the direction of Principal Patrick Burke, AIA. Fully outfitted with Graves homewares and

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ALBERTA FERRETTI FLAGSHIP STORE

Sybarite UK Ltd

01 Oct 2010

Opening in September 2010, this new Alberta Ferretti flagship is located on the prestigious via Montenapoleone in the heart of Milan's fashion district. Respecting the existing 18th century neo-classical building in which it's situated was both a necessity and a starting point for the shop's design. Sybarite's approach was to strip the building back to its essential form, creating an extremely

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