MILAN – Mark your calendars. Frame’s 20th anniversary celebrations include a series of talks on hospitality by top designers and industry leaders.
BUSAN – South Korea’s second most populated city is no stranger to modern architecture. Waveon beach cafe joins the concrete crusade on a hill that overlooks the glittering shore.
EINDHOVEN – The latest branch of the rapidly expanding hospitality chain opens its doors, inviting young people to gather, stay, and inspire each other in the hybrid space.
DEN BOSCH – Dutch design studio Overtreders W gives café Hangop a pop of orange to realize a contemporary hospitality concept on a low budget.
FRANKFURT – Bethan Gray invites visitors at the Ambiente trade fair to take a moment and relax in the Jade Serenity Café.
GENEVA – For Ladurée’s latest shop on Lake Geneva, India Mahdavi draws inspiration from Marie Antoinette and Alice in Wonderland.
TORONTO – From chic cocktails to high-energy lunches to refined dining, four-floor Leña offers a mosaic of interiors to accompany Argentinean flavours and hospitality.
AMSTERDAM – Buro Curious transforms a bespoke hotel room into a space to seduce and be seduced.
UTRECHT – i29 interior architects makes the new restaurant at luxury department store De Bijenkorf part of the brand experience with one simple yet bold design element.
VALENCIA – Breaking the barrier between interior and exterior, creative agency Masquespacio injects the air of a typical Tokyo neighbourhood into a Spanish eatery.
LONDON – Melt Design Hub puts a modern spin on the concept of the carvery to cater to London’s lunchtime crowds.
MELBOURNE – By placing Shanghainese Art-Deco motifs in a Melbourne context, Sibling Architecture establishes a new form of Sino-Australian aesthetic for Chinese bistro Ricky & …
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