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Dine, wine, and file into an assembly line at Stockholm’s Usine, where interior designer Richard Lindvall has stripped down a former factory into a streamlined aesthetic.
The genius of jones | haydu’s Coffee Bar Kearny is its revision to the industrial, concrete-walled space of a downtown San Francisco parking garage.
Bangkok's EmQuartier shopping center opened in March 2015, and is part of The Mall Group's multi-billion-baht 'EM District' project set to transform Phrom Phong into one of the biggest retail hubs of the city.
Snapshot: Much like the Audi and Maserati sedans within the dealership, Melbourne’s newest building on 501 Swanson Street matches the luxury vehicles in design.
Snapshot: Toronto’s new Bar Raval keeps the Art Nouveau spirit alive and evolving in a design reminiscent of early 20th century artwork and architecture.
With their latest design of Disfrutar (enjoy, in Spanish), El Equipo Creativo, a Spanish creative firm, has crafted a space with three distinct parts that lead a patron through a day in the life.
If you’ve ever stood inside an Avroko-designed space, then you are fully aware of the visual feast of trinkets, vintage one-offs and authentic storytelling that ensues.
Think you would do anything for your kids? Well, Montréal based architecture firm Naturehumaine's new athletic house "In Suspension," is the result of clients who wanted to transform two levels of a building to create living spaces for her two athletically inclined children, who are now grown adults.
This project marks Rafael de Cárdenas’ vision for Asia de Cuba, a restaurant that is reinventing its identity while remaining true to its Asian-Latin menu.
The Commissary is a relative conservatory, with upwards-branching aloes, evergreen cropped tight, and palm fronds feathering against the aluminum pipes along the glass ceiling.
Melbourne-based design practice Hecker Guthrie just put the final touches on MOVE’s new timber-clad yoga studio – a calm and tranquility retreat for the everyday urban-worker.
Snapshot: When approaching the design of their new Stockholm retail space, Swedish fashion brand Mouli envisioned a showroom that would resonate both the feeling of their brand and the influence of the city.
Every city has a famous burger. In paris, PNY (Paris New York) founder Rudy Guénaire created a hamburger so succulent that the prime piece of beef begged to be served out of a prized space — enter CUT Architectures.
Snapshot: With bespoke ceramic furniture created by local craftsmen, and a scheme to highlight the natural setting, Ukrainian design firm Nott Design has accented the uniqueness of a small, pond side cottage with hints of modernity, while maintaining the home’s getaway feel.
In years past, we fell in love with the sharp and sleek design of Saint Laurent’s pace on rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore in Paris.
Snapshot: Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, founder of Kengo Kuma and Associates, has been masterfully crafting structures from Tokyo to Paris for three decades strong.
Snapshot: Tokyo-based Architecture firm Torafu Architects crafted the new home for fashion brand Minä Perhonen Koti in Japan’s Shonan T-Site Complex, a counterpoint of design and urban life in which the company serves up a playful and surprising collection of textiles and wares.
Snapshot: Review the plans and drawings for Jaime Hayon’s MINI Citysurfer Concept and you might think you’re looking at the schematics of a funky toy shop.
Snapshot: Concurrent with Milan Design Week, Giorgio Armani Reopens its Milan Flagship in the historic Palazzo Taverna with a focus on the original silhouette of the building.
After winning a competition to redesign the Tourist Center in Vienna, the Delugan Meissl Associated Architects have blueprinted and carried out a design that is reflective of Austrian hospitality, history, and the city as a hub of creativity.