BPM’s flagship store. A bike shop in the midst of the city for the urban bike commuter. Bike parts were up-cycled to feature thoughtful details while concrete, brick and reclaimed wood from demolished houses were utilized for this cozy city bike shop.
Traditional Philippines design elements were deconstructed and modernized within todays urban setting and needs. Promoting sustainability comes naturally in this proudly Pinoy modern space.
Combining differing retail identities within 1 space: GTC’s laid back and organic mountain biking alongside BPM’s urban jungle bike commute. The result was the exquisite marriage of concrete and wood.
Your home should be what you want it to be: In this case, it was 'Fun'. Rock star icon Ely Buendia's residence interiors as featured in Dwell Asia, Sept/Oct 2011 issue.
A change in management also warranted a salon make-over. The original interiors were taken apart and refinished, re-positioned and re-installed. The entire renovation used up-cycled materials for a more modern look and space efficient planning.
Based in Singapore and with offices in Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta Bonsey Design Philippines' expansion to a Manila 'Open Office' plan utilized concrete and reclaimed wood, accented with custom made upcycled wood-and-steel furniture pieces