26.02.2007 Haag Café


Das Café kurz vor der Eröffnung. Gemeinsam mit Mori Projects haben wir die Erweiterung einer bestehenden Bäckerei in Waiblingen entworfen. Die abgehängte Decke besteht aus Sperrholz und erinnert an eine riesigen Laubsägearbeit. Das Muster für die Abwicklung wurde von uns digital entwickelt und mit Lasertechnologie ausgeschnitten. Die Decke wurde hinterleuchtet und erzeugt zusammen mit dem fein abgestimmten Farb- und Materialkonzept eine ungewöhnlich elegante Stimmung. Stühle von Moroso, Stoffe von Paul Smith und Kettenvorhänge aus rosé-eloxiertem Aluminium runden das Ganze ab.


12.02.2007 Corporate Identity Haag


Gestaltung der Corporate Identity des Cafés. Logo, diverse Buttons. Die von uns entworfene “Laubsägearbeit” der Lichtdecke wurde als Gestaltungsvorlage für Printmedien verwendet.

11.02.2007 Lynches River Park: Southern Forest

© 2007 Claus Laemmle, Tom Semadeni – “Southern Forest Concept”

In the spring of 2005 the Lynches River Park Steering Committee (Committee), formed with representation from Florence County, SC Natural Resources and interested citizens, engaged ZINC Projects (ZINC) to propose plans and alternatives for the development of enhanced visitor experiences at the Lynches River Park (Park). In June 2005 several plans and concepts were presented including an interpretive facility, a canopy walkway and a naturalized “Southern Forest” (Naturalization).

The resulting Visitor Experience Master Plan stresses that the development of the Park is a “grow as you go” process: The park will mimic nature in its development. Like the growth rings of a tree, the pattern of development will vary over a series of years. Some years much will be accomplished and other years will serve as opportunities to reflect, plan and determine the next phase of growth. The Naturalization was to consist of enhanced planted areas where visitors could experience the natural wild flora of the Pee Dee region. It was to be a place consistent with the Committee’s direction to stimulate a responsible, caring attitude towards the natural assets of the region. The Naturalization would be located in those spots where the soil and water regimes would support particular varieties of plant material. Naturalization was to be done at minimum cost and with broad involvement of the public.

The Committee approved the above proposals and ZINC coordinated discussions to ensure that the proposed structures, walkways and Naturalization were mutually supportive and consistent.

In November of 2005 the authors, as part of the ZINC team, lived on the site and met with helpful individuals and groups to formulate this Plan. This Plan was edited and modified using input from Committee members and experts in March 2007.

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