Posts Tagged 'Architecture'

BEIJING | KID’S REPUBLIC STORE

KID’S REPUBLIC store in Beijing, by Sako architects.
Just what a store/experience for kids should be like. Makes me want to be a kid again.





CHINA | MCDONALD’S ICE CREAM KIOSKS

I think the Mc Donald’s ice cream kiosks in Shanghai, beat their Kuala Lumpur counterparts (posted previously).
Of course McD’s managed to secure the most spectacular location in the city.
The ice cream?….. not as bad as the rest of the food. “Eat-able!”



TOKYO | REFLECTION OF MINERAL

Reflection of Mineral is a microscopic 45 square meters house (about 480-square-foot) located in Tokyo. That is amazingly small! It is a classic expression of modern Japanese minimalism, and like most things from Japan – it is extremely practical, beautifully designed and an example of brilliant use of a sparse site. 

The house is designed by architect Yasuhiro Yamashita, and has received numerous international awards.