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Architect Nicos Kalogirou and student Evangelos Kotsioris have
completed the interior of a book store and publishing house in
Glass panels arranged in a spiral create the shop windows and display space.
Lighting is provided through an angled, translucent glass structure
hanging from the ceiling and the back-lit shelving that frames the shop
Other materials include steel, silver-lacquered laminated wood panels, clear Plexiglass and grey flooring.
The interior was completed in 2008.
The following text is from Nicos Kalogirou:
Bookshop/publishing house ‘sophia’
The transformation of a former pesticide warehouse into an inviting,
‘transparent’ bookshop and a small publishing house gave the chance to
experiment with multiple glass layers, triangulated surfaces, distorted
geometries and non-standard construction methods in a manageable scale.
Two vertically folded, spiraling, glass trapezoids form the
labyrinth-like shop windows and a recessed entrance. Clear volumes of
ever-increasing height towards the interior of the spirals serve as
display surfaces on multiple levels. The multiplicity of the glass
layers generates unexpected idols and multiple reflections that change
dramatically according to natural and artificial lighting conditions.
The angular, winding forms of the two service stalls result from the
distortion of an initially rectangular, 15m. long, linear piece (as
requested by the client). Their geometry is complimented by the
sphenoid forms of a custom-made, back-lit trapezoid shelf system that
stands behind them. Stalls and shelves direct visually to the inner
part of the elongated plan.
A triangulated back-lit ‘cloud’ surface hanging from the
double-height void acts as a lighting body. The angled steel and glass
staircase leads to an interior balcony with an office (overlooking
directly the entrance below) and a small conference room.
To maximize construction time, singular pieces were cut by CNC
(computer numeric control) machines while the seemingly singular
elements of the shelf system are actually the result of an irregular
placing of 3 shelf units that create single and double height shelf
surfaces. Additionally, all internal vertical support elements of the
stalls are broken down to only 2 repeated pieces. Above: stalls
The biggest part of the low budget was used in favor of the clear
and translucent safety glass while for the rest of the elements the
following rough materials with minimum treatment were chosen; uncolored
protected steel, rough silver lacquered laminated wooden panels, clear
Plexiglas and reflective heavy-duty industrial flooring in light gray.
Above: shelves elevation
Above: ground floor plan
Designer: Nicos Kalogirou, Evangelos Kotsioris
Name of photographer: Nicos Kalogirou
Posted by Rose Etherington from dezeen.com
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Tuổi : 29
Đến từ : Long An
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