The Cold Pressery by 1POINT0, Mississauga – Canada. A healthy lifestyle through juicing is the foundation of The Cold Pressery among other nutritious and gluten-free offerings.
Situated in the ever-growing and developing city of Mississauga, The Cold Pressery is truly one of the first fresh organic cold pressed (raw) juice establishments to open within this city. To promote a healthy lifestyle, it was clearly necessary to include sustainable finishes such as reclaimed wood and concrete throughout various areas of the juice bar in order to create a healthy and raw-inspired interior environment.
Enhancing the comfortable and inviting space, the owners of The Cold Pressery created and devised a feature wall of Mississauga’s cityscape which was drawn by hand over a two week period. Technology was also considered as patrons can easily plug in their mobile devices throughout the space or make use of the provided tablets, situated at the window bar seating area. The London Edition Hotel, London – UK. The London EDITION is the latest from EDITION Hotels which blends groundbreaking innovation, great design, outstanding dining and entertainment with personal, friendly, modern service.
Located in the heart of Fitzrovia, The London EDITION preserves the finest aspects of an iconic landmark building, but reinvents the spaces within to create a dynamic fusion of old and new, past and present. Berners Tavern at The London EDITION is a new kind of gathering place for all day dining and entertaining, breakfast, lunch, dinner, tea and late supper. Under the direction of London’s own Michelin starred Executive Chef Jason Atherton, this gastronomic gem offers a contemporary British menu that is simple yet elegant and features the very best produce that the British Isles has to offer. Greg Café by Studio Eti Dentes, Giv’ataim – Israel. ENOTECAS! Prasino restaurant, Chicago. ENOTECAS!
Prasino restaurant, Chicago June 24th, 2013 by retail design blog Prasino restaurant, Chicago Share this: Posted in hotels & restaurants. Café Kureon by Kengo Kuma and Associates, Toyama, Japan. Turkcell Maltepe Plaza by mimaristudio, Istanbul. Turkcell Maltepe Plaza renovation project main goal was to provide a new and desirable social-communal areas to improve work conditions and wellbeings of the highly educated young professional employees.
Intersect by Lexus flagship by Wonderwall, Tokyo – Japan. Lexus has opened its very first flagship space as a global brand.
Tokyo curry Japanese restaurant by Friend’s Design, Seoul – South Korea. This is Japanese restaurant.
This space concept is city based modern in light of the casual menu, curry by name and local characteristic that much frequented by young people. The simple façade of single color is contrasting with gorgeous business district of surroundings. This neat façade of Japanese style excite curiosity for floating population. It used off-white color in whole space as main color, and natural wood material and green color as point of space infuse life into the space. Zappa cafe by studio Belenko, Kiev – Ukraine. Zappa cafe by studio Belenko, Kiev – Ukraine.
Spyder Porcelain Tile. SABOTEN cutlet restaurant by DOYLE COLLECTION, Fukuoka. Restaurant SABOTEN offers meals centering on Japanese cutlet.
It is located in Canal City Shopping Mall in Hakata, one of the major cities in Japan. For the façade, on the upper wall, we utilized Japanese traditional material called “Sudare” (bamboo blinds that control the amount of light) in order to make surface-emitted boxes. This makes the shop even more sophisticated. Floors in the entrance are designed with “Tobi-ishi”. This enables to switch customers’ moods naturally whenever they enter this restaurant. Fairytale café reaturant by Dimitris Economou, Athens. Wing Zone restaurant by Dek-O, Medellin – Colombia. The American franchise Wingzone, present in 27 countries worldwide, started the development of it’s market participation in Colombia in the city of Medellin.
SUYI Chinese Pastry Shop by SlowStudio, Suzhou – China. The snack-bar style shop is located on the commercial level of a recently opened metro line station right under the new business district in Suzhou.
It caters the local consumers looking for a new experience and trust in high-end traditional chinese pastries. The space presents itself both as a boutique shop and a snack bar; a band of strips wraps both walls and roof to glorify products in the center of the space. On the display side, the strips are extruded creating surfaces to become shelves and as they reach the ground furniture pieces complement the gesture with the complexity and elegance characteristic of eastern modern taste. The designer has also embraced on branding and packaging design in a way to integrate spatial ideas with product presentation, the graphics show a play between traditional patterns and free form shapes similar to those proposed on the shop fittings. Architect: Vincent Gu Photos: Leo Qing Text: Gabriel Gonzalez Graphic Design: Mingyan Lislowstudio.tumblr.com. Arzu Kaprol store by Autoban, Istanbul. Situated in Istanbul’s Galata district, a common ground for art galleries and specialized shops, Turkey’s respected fashion designer Arzu Kaprol displays her collections in a recently renovated historical building recognized as “Kamondo Inn‘.
IT café by Divercity Architects, Athens – Greece. Despite all the difficulties Greeks have faced over the past few years, their resilience and drive continues to break through boundaries in architecture and interiors. Another great project comes from Divercity Architects where they have designed and developed an eatery & café with a unique spatial program and flexible use to weather the times and maximize on the space used. Athens continues to be a bustling city and its outdoor culture will alwyas bring people together to eat, drink and converse.
CAFES! Frjtz Cafe by Y.A. Studio, San Francisco. A beloved fixture in San Francisco’s Hayes Valley Neighborhood, Frjtz lost their lease along with their prized outdoor garden. Y.A. studio converted a nearby dark concrete shell into a light-filled cafe with living terrariums that brings the outside world in. Photos: Lucas Fladzinsk Designed by Y.A. Studio. SABOTEN cutlet restaurant by DOYLE COLLECTION, Fukuoka. Volare restaurant by Plasma, Medellín – Colombia. South St. Burger Co. by Jump Branding & Design Inc., Toronto. A.R.E. Awards – Sustainability – Project of the Year Proving that commitment can overcome lack of experience in sustainable design, this project was designed to LEED Silver standards by designers with no prior LEED project involvement. Key to the endeavor was the integration of a multidisciplinary team early on with an independent commissioning agent. Innovative features offer not only environmental benefits, but also operational savings. And demonstrating good design rather than just green design, the store evolves the brand in its first mall concept to an upscale fast-casual restaurant catering to discerning, affluent shoppers.
The 40 to 100 percent cost increases for sustainable equipment are offset by two- to five-year paybacks through energy and waste savings. Calculated CO2 emission reductions are 18.6 tons annually from the four high-efficiency fryers alone. Purchased renewable energy offsets all of the store‘s energy usage. Australasia restaurant by Michelle Derbyshire & Edwin Design, Manchester.