London architecture and interior layout firm Liddicoat & Goldhill converted a cluster of derelict buildings in Kent, England, into a vacation getaway loaded with character. Read More
Dutch architecture firm MVSA Architects turned to HI-MACS® to develop one the new flagship store for Shoebaloo, a prestigious Dutch luxury shoe and accessories company. The historical center of Amsterdam is characterized by an interwoven structure of individual plots, which is why this Shoebaloo store has an open storefront on the first floor of the facade, flanked by two narrow Belgian bluestone piers that reinforce the individuality of the building. Unlike the majority of the other Shoebaloo stores, with a closed, mysterious display window that reveals little of what lies behind, the concept of this new store is a world that seems open and transparent to the outside.
The glass front has an elliptical bright white display window where the models are displayed, which gradually transforms into two openings that look into the store from the street. On the inside, a dynamic play of lines emerges from the display window, forming curved surfaces with different heights and dimensions and integrated lighting, where the shoes are displayed. The store comprises two elliptical spaces that gravitate towards each other in the center. At the rear is the counter and a large vertical elliptic vitrine, as well as a smaller display that houses accessories. The freestanding mirrors and seating elements were custom-designed. Read More
We are all accustomed to the comforts, and the more features, the much more you want comfort in your property and warm. Possibly the phrases of the heat will be a key and crucial. Definitely in your property warm floors are heated, which you warm in cold climate and winter time. Read More