Interiors

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Universal Music – office or concert venue?

COPENHAGEN – Sara Martinsen shines a spotlight on both established and upcoming artists in the record label's workspace.

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Prada goes Deadpool in Men’s Spring/Summer 2018 Fashion Show

MILAN – Comics come to life on the catwalk. AMO and 2x4 tell a story for Prada where even the guests are characters.

Billboard: Summer Sale 17
Billboard: Summer Sale 17
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Shoes float and fly in Tokujin Yoshioka’s White Forest

TOKYO – Shoes walk off the shelves and fly into a mystical white forest in the imaginative world of Tokujin Yoshioka.

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Layer’s loft-style studio

LONDON – Led by Benjamin Hubert, strategic design agency Layer opens its doors to a functional and flexible creative house.

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The glass full of Nota Bene

TORONTO – Inspired by the seasonal menu of Nota Bene, +tongtong captures the creative and transformative power of nature in its design.

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The Big Apple flavour at New York Sweets

NICOSIA, Cyprus – Minas Kosmidis rolls out a freshly baked design concept for New York Sweets inspired by the NYC street grid.

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Slack gets the elusive British sunshine on the team

LONDON – Roof-window ‘portals’ by Odos Architects make the most of the Slack office’s penthouse views and such natural light as there is.

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A rollercoaster for the eyes

BEIJING – For the Cotton Republic flagship store, Ramoprimo combines an eye-catching display installation with statement shelving.

Billboard: CFE Goods 3
Billboard: CFE Goods 3
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Does IntercityHotel’s new design concept say it best when it says nothing at all?

GERMANY – Matteo Thun’s IntercityHotel 2.0 concept is designed ‘with no zeitgeisty ambitions’. But in a world of fast-changing trends, can anything be made to last?

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The touch of hospitality in boozt.com’s first physical store

ROSKILDE, DENMARK – Beauty by boozt.com offers the product range of a cosmetics store with the intimate atmosphere of a walk-in closet.

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What does gelato have to do with glass lenses?

MEXICO CITY – Esrawe + Cadena design Gelatoscopio, a gastronomic adventure through happiness and the imagination.

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Showroom displays flowers like Ferraris

SHANGHAI – This isn’t your auntie’s kitsch florist, crowded with dripping blooms. Alberto Caiola leverages edgy modernity for July’s Flowers.