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PULS Vario by Evolution Design | Office facilities

In March 2018, the Swiss architecture and design studio Evolution Design created a 1000sq metre office for PULS Vario, the Vienna-based, R&D subsidiary of German engineering firm PULS. The office space is specifically designed to enable this hightech team to focus on innovation. ‘Innovation and creativity can’t simply be produced on demand. These are processes that have to be enabled and supported. Our design is based on the principles of how innovation occurs to ensure it supports the people who work there in coming up with new ideas and new products,’ says Evolution Design executive director Stefan Camenzind. <b>Working together</b> The office concept is based on the Vierkanthof, a traditional Austrian farmhouse structure arranged around a square courtyard where various experts work closely together to achieve common goals. Evolution Design translated this concept into a workplace with four main zones – RETREAT, DIALOGUE, CREATE and SHARE – each tailored to support different… continue

Residential Apartment in Barclona by Bole | Manufacturer references

Work on the apartment near the Diagonal Mar park with spectacular sea views from the eighteenth floor was completed in August 2016. The layout of the apartments did not quite fit the new owners, and the designer, architect and builders faced the task of reconstructing the apartment's premises to ensure the most comfortable stay of the owner and his bride during the Barcelona vacation. The mood of the interior is set by a LiveEdge floor of solid Oak Natural, the boards of which repeat the natural lines of the living tree. Everything in the interior contributes to the penetration of light rays: glass and steel structures, mirrors, rhythmic shutters, furniture on thin legs and decor objects. Over the sofa in the living room are the canvases from the collection of Stones contemporary Spanish artist Jon Errazu. The master bathroom and the bedroom are joined by a glass shower enclosure, from which, relaxing under an artificial waterfall, the hosts can admire the view of the city and mount… continue

Kaisergarten Hotel & Spa Deidesheim by Bole reference projects | Manufacturer references

Tucked away in the middle of the German wine country of Rhineland is a small yet bustling town of Deidesheim, which in spite of its small population of 3800 pulls in over a hundred thousand visitors during high season and boasts an impressive variety of lodging options. One of the more decorous local hotels is the Kaisergarten, which opened its doors in 2013, bringing a gust of fresh air to the town without losing a hint of its traditional ambience. The restaurant of the hotel is the pearl in the shell with its calming earthy tones, ample lighting and an oaken floor with curves that don't quit. The white sapwood linings in the Oak Natural floorboards accentuate the wood's natural curves, which in union with the carefully selected decorations and lighting create a dynamic within the restaurant that is sure to please the eye while the culinary oeuvres and the trove of local wines pamper the senses. Ketschauer Hof · Hotel & Restaurant GmbH Architects: ARP Architekten continue

Villa Lucerne by swissFineLine | Manufacturer references

The single-storey angular house is convincing with its open and bright character. The living room with the broad side facing south opens up a view into the distance, the compact kitchen is connected to the rear. Filigree pillars support the massive main roof and allow the rooms to flow. Architects: SPPA Architekten, Zürich continue

Lazy Bear Restaurant by Bole | Manufacturer references

Starting out as an underground supper club the Lazy Bear Restaurant has grown into one of the most exclusive dinner experiences in San Francisco distrupting the typical fine dining model and serving New American cuisine. Awarded with two Michelin stars the restaurant serves 14-plus courses from their seasonal monthly rotating menu. The guests need to purchase a ticket beforehand and with huge interest, glorious reviews and a mailing list of over 43,000 people, the tickets sell out quickly. Lazy Bear restaurant is located in an industrial space with 24 feet high ceilings and no walls between the kitchen and the dining room, creating an airy layout that incorporates rustic elements with a modern twist. The elegant mid-century modern interior incorporates long communal dining tables, cozy Mezzanine overlooking the open kitchen where chefs take center stage and the curved Curv8 Oak flooring giving an unique look to the exclusive restaurant. Lazy Bear Restuarant Amber Flooring & AbMo A… continue

Lazy Bear Restaurant by Bole reference projects | Manufacturer references

Starting out as an underground supper club the Lazy Bear Restaurant has grown into one of the most exclusive dinner experiences in San Francisco distrupting the typical fine dining model and serving New American cuisine. Awarded with two Michelin stars the restaurant serves 14-plus courses from their seasonal monthly rotating menu. The guests need to purchase a ticket beforehand and with huge interest, glorious reviews and a mailing list of over 43,000 people, the tickets sell out quickly. Lazy Bear restaurant is located in an industrial space with 24 feet high ceilings and no walls between the kitchen and the dining room, creating an airy layout that incorporates rustic elements with a modern twist. The elegant mid-century modern interior incorporates long communal dining tables, cozy Mezzanine overlooking the open kitchen where chefs take center stage and the curved Curv8 Oak flooring giving an unique look to the exclusive restaurant. Lazy Bear Restuarant Amber Flooring & AbMo A… continue