Kimukatsu

Thu 03 2008

Its exceptional elegance provedto be a flawless union between the traditionalJapanese plasterer technique and modern design. The creation of the façade is sensational.Acrylic plates are randomly laid in on amortar wall enables the Restaurant to change colours naturally throughout the day. Hironaka Ogawa & Associates

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Seyfarth Shaw

Thu 03 2008

The building, also known as the Citadel Center, is highly advanced technologically which provided the opportunity to design a space suitable to the firm’s current needs and its anticipated growth for the next 10 to 15 years. Seyfarth Shaw’s new Chicago office is custom designed to reflect its collaborative culture and commitment to provide excellent client service.  Each of the eight floors features an open floor plan that brings in light to enhance the feeling of spaciousness in the overall layout. Gensler

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Silver Rain SPA

Thu 03 2008

The experience begins in the foyer, where guests walking across the cast-glass floor hear water running beneath their feet. Cast glass, framed in steel, appears in jagged three-dimensional form along the walls, suggesting arctic ice crystals—even the temperature is slightly lower here. Water simultaneously cascades down the foyer’s walls of white quartzite, a typically Swiss stone that gives a subtle nod to skin-care company La Prairie, which oversees the spa. As for water vapor, it defines the Silver Mist treatment room, named for its row of showerheads.  D’Aquino Monaco Inc

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