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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
“Creating experiences, as familiar as they are surprising,” seems a worthy impetus for the eccentric, but rich design of the new Parwana Kutchi Deli.
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.
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.
Snapshot: Paris-based designer and Patrick Jouin alum, Marie Deroudilhe dreamed a tiny, flower-filled cafe sanctuary for Lily of the Valley.
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.
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.
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”.
Snapshot: World renowned British architect David Chipperfield has employed his grand signature style to create a fitting monument to fashion royalty with his design for Valentino's NYC flagship store.
“I proposed the antithesis of what people were used to seeing. I went in and tried to make [shows] very fast, very compact, very energetic and very minimal in the sense of how many messages you put into one.” –Alexandre de Betak Alexandre de Betak is no stranger to creating innovative, world famous fashion shows that subvert the traditional sense of what a runway should be.
Snapshot: Design Week Mexico has for six years conducted an annual project whereby an interior space is redone by a team of designers. This years offering is an organic interior space that dialogues directly with the past in a fluid, “alive” way designed by Esrawe.
At the moment, there are an estimated 191 million digital shoppers in the US - a number that will surely continue its surge in 2015.
Snapshot: One of Sydney's most reputable restauranteur, Maurice Terzini has paired up with Lazzarini Pickering Architetti, the same team that brought us Bondi Icebergs, for the realization of Neild Avenue.
Do you ever look at your staircase and just think it’s taking up way too much space? Who do they think they are?
Snapshot: Studio O+A, the creative folks who have designed headquarters for AOL, Dreamhost and Ebay, have recently completed a 220,000 sq.
Snapshot: A welcoming, wood-covered storefront in Sydney's Galeries Victoria invites snacky shoppers to try healthy handmade treats at Nutorious.