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  • SYNArchitecture (Rhina PORTILLO & Matthias URSCHLER), "Quique Boutique."
    vienna AUSTRIA

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    SYNArchitecture (Rhina PORTILLO & Matthias URSCHLER): The Austrian studio SYNArchitecture designed, produced and built an exciting store in San Jose, Costa Rica. The process started with a parametric design were in a conceptual level a dynamic stream is running through the boutique. . . .

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  • Shang-Jen Victor TUNG, [N]on-line High Street. Model.
    london UNITED KINGDOM

    Royal College of Art (RCA)

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Shang-Jen Victor TUNG: As all shopping can potentially be completed online, the physical space of the shopping center is free to absorb new urban activities that will strengthen its relation to the city. In response to the current crisis of High Street, this research draws inspiration from East Asian cities and hybridized retail or transport facilities. Various kinds, and lengths, of interval (waiting time) for transport define ranges that a passenger can reach from the transport node, and define the route network to surrounding resources. To be adapted to shopping in the above condition, shopping spaces should be dynamically changed in both function and attribute.

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  • ES

    ES
    new york NEW YORK

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    yiannos VROUSGOS / Input Creative Studio: The design for ES expands on elements implemented in the store’s predecessor. The juxtaposition of natural elements versus manmade materials, references the concept of an abandoned factory that is consumed by nature. An ivy wall pays homage to the original store and demonstrates the harmonious impact of nature taking over a manmade environment. Custom murano glass chandeliers also play upon the contrast of man versus nature.

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