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Chill Waves Incoming: Made by Jimmy’s Pop Up Shop by Herbert & Mason

Snapshot: Dive into Made by Jimmy’s new pop-up shop on the streets of Melbourne. Designed by local architects Herbert & Mason, the new store is bathed in a cool blue that sends off some summer vibes.

Spirited Away: Esprit Dior Tokyo 2015 by Bureau Betak

Snapshot: Combine Dior's creative director Raf Simons, Bureau Betak's Alexandre de Betak and an iconic Japanese sumo stadium during fashion week, and you've got yourself a little bit of magic.

Somerset House Spirals Into the Modernity

Snapshot: Eva Jiricna Architects' recently completed West Wing addition to Somerset House is an enormous, brightly lit spiral staircase branching off of its four levels to offices and conference rooms.

Made for More than a Mile: Joseph Cheaney & Sons’ Jermyn Street Store by Checkland Kindleysides

Snapshot: Take a stroll down London’s Jermyn Street to find Joseph Cheaney & Sons’ new flagship store, designed courtesy of Checkland Kindleysides.

Wooden Fables: Aesop Emporium, Melbourne by KTA and .PSLAB

Snapshot: Aesop stores worldwide are constantly offering reinventions and reinterpretations of the brand, and the latest installment in Melbourne is no exception.

The Test of Time: Cartier Shape Your Time Exhibit by Rafael de Cárdenas

Snapshot: The Cartier Shape Your Time exhibit makes its way to Tokyo, featuring the finest in time pieces from the Maison’s early history to today’s innovations at Takeo Obayashi’s Yu-an guesthouse, a venue with an interior environment designed by Rafael de Cárdenas that’s just as intricate and elegant as the clockwork it presents.

Best of 2014: Restaurants & Cafés

'The Jane' Antwerp by Piet Boon® Berners Tavern at London Edition Hotel by Yabu Pushelberg Agence François Champsaur Renovates the Hôtel Vernet Sketch renovation by India Mahdavi Lobby Bar at American Trade Hotel by Commune Design Cannings Free Range Butchers by Fiona Lynch The Pavilion Market Cafe

Best of 2014: Interiors

Loft Interior by Tharik Mohammed Kassa Pen Store by From Us With Love House H by Sou Fujimoto Architects Dion Lee Melbourne by Akin Creative Geneva Flat by FREAKS Freearchitects Felipe Oliveira Baptista at MUDE by Bureau Betak MRQT Menswear Boutique by ROK Roderick Vos Studio Home in Black Serenity

Count on it: 1 or 2 Cafe by Norm.Architects, The Netherlands

Snapshot: 1 or 2 is a hugely collaborative effort, drawing on the original First or Second design aesthetic, pulling inspiration from the MENU products available there, and taking the team from Norm.Architects as well as April and May Interior design on board to create the finishing touches.

Buzzing Down Under: Hearth Designs Market Lane Coffee Shop In Melbourne

Snapshot: Market Lane Coffee and Hearth Studios led by director Sarah Trotter, team up for the second time in Melbourne, Australia, to design a bright glowing space that celebrates the art of making coffee.

Naughty by Nature: Nasty Gal by Rafael De Cardenas

Snapshot: Fashion forward online retailer Nasty Gal celebrates eight years in the business by opening their first brick and mortar store on Melrose Ave with the help of Architecture at Large founder Rafael De Cardenas.

Studio You Me and Thomas Coward Recreate Artedomus’ New Showroom

Snapshot: Australia’s leading supplier of architectural interior design, Artedomus have decided to celebrate their exclusive collection with the biggest renovation of their Melbourne-based showroom in 30 years.

Sugar & Steel: Pâtisserie À la Folie by Anne Sophie Goneau

Snapshot: Fascinating fondants, mesmerizing macaroons, and titillating truffles are arrayed like precious jewels in the lighted steel and glass cases of Pâtisserie À la Folie in Montreal, Quebec.

Ornaments of Afghanistan: Adelaide’s Parwana Kutchi Deli

“Creating experiences, as familiar as they are surprising,” seems a worthy impetus for the eccentric, but rich design of the new Parwana Kutchi Deli.

Hair to the Chief: R Salon by Creneau International

Snapshot: Hairstylist extrordinaire Enzo Riggio opens a second salon, this one in his home town in Belgium, with the help of local design moguls Creneau International that mixes industrial materials with cozy couches and bold patterns.

CLOSE UP: An Installation By Sébastien Breton

Montréal, Canada As part of a creative partnership with the architectural firm B3, DUBUC introduces CLOSE UP, an installation by Sébastien Breton that integrates seamlessly into the Saint-Pierre Street boutique and beautifully complements  the collections.

Lily of the Valley Designed by Marie Deroudilhe

Snapshot: Paris-based designer and Patrick Jouin alum, Marie Deroudilhe dreamed a tiny, flower-filled cafe sanctuary for Lily of the Valley.

Counter Culture: Filter Coffee Shop by DesignOffice

Snapshot: Melbourne-based firm DesignOffice has re-purposed a corner of an unused office building into a simple and welcoming home for the high-end coffee purveyor Filter.

Gift Wrapped: Atelier Centra Acquitectos present the new BMWi to Press

      All the city’s a stage for the new fully electric BMWi range. However, before it gets on the road, Jose Martinez Silva built an actual stage for these innovative automobiles to showcase their groundbreaking sustainable mobility.

Lumber-lusting After Hours: Warm Up in Wood Covered Bars & Lounges

This post is brought to you by Kerrygold Irish Cream Liqueur, the new gold standard. Contemporary design has a habit of resurrecting the past and rebranding as “vintage”, “retro” or – more recently – “reclaimed”.