TORONTO – Inspired by the seasonal menu of Nota Bene, +tongtong captures the creative and transformative power of nature in its design.
SORÍA, Spain – Pizzeria or puzzle? Valentín Sanz combines spatial efficiency and playfulness in his latest project: Pivvzza.
València, Spain – There are millions of YouTube tutorials by beauty gurus on how to achieve something Masquespacio does effortlessly for gastrobar La Manera.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – For Marcus Samuelsson’s first standalone restaurant in the capital, Parts and Labor Design pays homage to the chef’s multicultural heritage and personal style.
BOLZANO – Milan-based firm Peter Pichler Architecture and local architect Pavol Mikolajcak have designed a restaurant and lounge for visitors to the Obereggen ski resort.
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.
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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AUSTIN – With the help of a vibrant colour palette and contemporary materials, Chioco Design brings a 1950s style drive-in into the 21st century for Torchy’s Tacos.
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