AKSL arhitekti

10 Oct 2011

New cafeteria Rog is located on Petkovškovo nabreĹžje (near river Ljubljanica) in the center of Ljubljana, Slovenia.  The new cafeteria is within an old building with vaulted ceiling, arched windows and a beautiful view on the river Ljubljanica. The owners wanted a cafeteria which would be open until the evening offering good coffee and a nice atmosphere for people living in the city

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Chalk Architecture Ltd.

04 Oct 2011

It's all about the coffee. In particular, it is the process of roasting, grinding and brewing that our client wants the customer to be bedded into, as this is the heart of the Small Batch Coffee Brand. Our brief evolves from site to site, with each new unit having a different material palette to the last. The ‘Coffee Shop' is part of a series outlet venues where ‘retailtainment' is

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28 Sep 2011

Mirdif City Centre Leads the Way for Sustainable Retail in the Middle East Mirdif City Centre—Dubai, UAE opened in March, 2010 and is a reflection of Dubai’s position as an international retail destination committed to sustainable living. The 230,000-SM development’s design is driven by its surrounding environmental factors including infrastructure, transportation systems,

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philip watts design

20 Sep 2011

Philip Watts Design has designed the new restaurant site for Yo! Sushi at the Westfield Stratford City shopping centre which opened on 13th September. This Yo! restaurant is designed to shine, with a whole range of luxurious finishes. Solid oak tables, finished with Carrera marble tops and textured red faux leather banquette seats. Oak panelling adorns the walls inset with copper, and mirror

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08 Sep 2011

The alteration project for the wine cellars of the wine "Unico", by Vega-Sicilia in Valbuena de Duero (Valladolid), mainly consisted of renovating the space parting from a new conditioning system, lighting and services, and improving communication between different floors (staircases and freight lift). The project required maximum rigor, leaving little space for improvisation or casualty. Every

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