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WIN AWARDS 16, RETAIL AND WORKSPACE ISSUE INSIDE 65
Welcome, As January draws to a close along with its post-Christmas blues, gloomy London weather and broken New Year’s resolutions, we look forward to the promise of spring and taking a look at the hundreds of fabulous new entries we will be
viewing as part of the WIN AWARDS 2016.
Already we have received stunning entries for the Retail Interiors and
Workspace Interiors categories, including Conran + Partners’ new brand
identity and retail environment for The Shinsegae Group, a South Korean company who have launched a furniture and homeware brand to 'take on IKEA'.
Arney Fender Katsalidis have also entered their 160,000 sq. ft office space in Quebec, Canada for internationally renowned professional services firm Deloitte. Deloitte’s office now offers more than 18 types of workspaces – a stark contrast to the standard three-workspace model of office, workstation and meeting room.
We also feature a project by Snøhetta, winner of last year's coveted
WIN Awards Interior Practice of the Year. By converting a warehouse
in Brooklyn into two main areas, Snøhetta have created a working studio and small gallery for Cuban-American artist José Parlá. We love this project with its pivoting walls providing flexibility to accommodate large-scale murals, like the recently completed mural ONE: Union of the Senses for Tower 1 at the World Trade Center.
After the WIN Awards ceremony at the Sky Garden in London, we were delighted to talk to Katerina Dionysopoulou and Billy Mavropoulos, founders of London-based architectural practice, Bureau de Change.
Bureau de Change were last year's winners of the WIN Awards Retail Interiors category with their new HQ for MADE.com. Since founding Bureau de Change they have worked on projects for prestigious clients such as the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Royal Academy of Arts, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and Twitter at Somerset House as part of the London Design Festival 2015. We learn their tips for keeping their friendship alive, which includes a strict 'no laptop rule' in airports and on planes!
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WORKSPACE INTERIORS categories close, so get your entry in quick.
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INTERVIEW: KATERINA DIONYSOPOULOU & BILLY MAVROPOULOS CO-FOUNDERS – BUREAU DE CHANGE - Katerina Dionysopoulou and Billy Mavropoulos founded architectural practice, Bureau de Change, in 2013. Based in their London studio, the duo pride themselves on combining pragmatism and a sense of playfulness in the spaces they design. Last December, this approach won them the World Interiors News Retail Interiors Greater Than 200 SQ M award for on-line furniture retailer, MADE.com’s new HQ and showroom in London’s hip Soho quarter... READ MORE HERE
RETAIL PROJECT: ‘THE LIFE’ E-MART, SEOUL CONRAN AND PARTNERS South Korea’s leading retailer, The Shinsegae Group, have launched a new furniture and homeware brand to “take on IKEA” with an instinctively logical layout to offer customers an easier and more relaxing shopping experience in contrast to the overwhelming IKEA love-it/loath-it format. The new brand, known as ‘The Life’, recently unveiled its first concept store; an ambitious... READ MORE HERE
RETAIL PROJECT: TAKE A LOOK AT THE ENTRIES TO DATE
WORKSPACE PROJECT: ADELE BATES DESIGN STUDIO ADELE BATES DESIGN The Adele Bates Design workplace is an aesthetically clean and graceful, collaborative and open working environment. Functional requirements are seamlessly integrated and bespoke elements individually define spaces. Nothing is hidden, yet the space is a remarkably light, pure, calming and uplifting environment for free expression and sharing of ideas. In conceptualising the brief for her own South Melbourne studio, Adele Bates Design founder... READ MORE HERE
WORKSPACE PROJECT: TAKE A LOOK AT THE ENTRIES TO DATE
FEATURED PROJECT: ALANNAH HILL EMPORIUM, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA TRAVIS WALTON ARCHITECTURE The luxurious world of Alannah Hill comprises a subtle layering of soft neutral tones, with highlights of rich colour set against simple brass metal detailing. With subtle play of colour between wall and wall recess accompanied by concealed lighting, the entire store appears to glow from within. The rear backdrop of curved shelving display sits perfectly... READ MORE HERE
FEATURED PROJECT: GLASSONS LANDINI ASSOCIATES “Our recent work for Glassons, the mass market NZ women’s wear chain, has possibly revolutionised a category, one that typically covers its floors with a sea of chaotic racks, sometimes so high you can’t see anything and everything looks cheap.” Landini Associates has collaborated with New Zealand fashion brand Glassons to re-launch the retailer on Australian shores with two new stores at Bondi Westfield and Macquarie Park.... READ MORE HERE
FEATURED PROJECT: JOSÉ PARLÁ’S STUDIO SNØHETTA In summer of 2014, José Parlá, the Cuban-American artist and painter, worked with Snøhetta to convert a warehouse in Gowanus, Brooklyn into his new working studio. The design of Jose’s studio is one in a series of collaborations with Snøhetta, including the integrated artwork for the façade of the Far Rockaway Public Library in Queens, New York. José’s mural... READ MORE HERE
FEATURED PROJECT: RUN COLORS SNEAKER SHOP MODE:LINA ARCHITEKCI Encouraged by their successful Warsaw based store and internet store, the owners of RunColors decided to show their offer of limited series of Nike, Adidas and New Balance shoes to citizens of Poznań. Designers created a concept for their new store in Stary Browar Shopping Centre as a space with strong connection to the recognizable RunColors name and logo: the “running colours” theme... READ MORE HERE
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