Saipua Store / Tacklebox This space functions much like the front porch of a house, serving as a place of gathering and performance: a stage where visitors take on the interchanging roles of performer and audience set against an ever-changing backdrop provided by both the interior life of the shop and the life of the street.
Great Wall Tea / Marianne Amodio Architecture Studio
Great Wall Tea in River Market at Westminster Quay, BC, Canada/ Marianne Amodio Architecture Studio The long linear walnut counter is designed as a nod to the bar, where patrons lounge, sip and socialize.
The Martian Embassy in Sydney Australia by LAVA ‘Using a fluid geometry merging the 3 program components [embassy, school & shop], a computer model was sliced & ‘nested’ into buildable components. 1068 pieces of CNC-cut plywood were used. The timber ribs create shelves, seats, benches, storage, counters and displays & continue as strips on the floor. Edged with green, the curvy plywood flows seamlessly so that walls, ceiling & floor, space, structure & ornament, become 1 element.’