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The Hague – Studio Modijefsky created social-focused interiors for the popular food market and bar's first presence in The Hague.
In a shift appropriate to the current now economy, fashion industry players such as Hermès, Prada and Saint Laurent are investing in a form of graduated pop-up: the luxury branded club.
Our latest Openings list includes a variety of hospitality spaces designed with cross-cultural references in mind.
Toronto – The design of Avling Kitchen & Brewery by LAMAS reflects the hospitality client’s farm-centric ideals.
Our latest Openings list highlights ‘70s-inspired hotels and the increasing number of fashion brands adding food and drink spaces to their offer.
Hangzhou – Designed by Nanjing Linear Architecture, Hangzhou’s Noisy Bank is a speakeasy bar hidden by a quotidian element: a set of three cash machines on the street.
London – Red Deer has created a Blade Runner-like space where VR fans can feel both privately at ease but enjoy the tech socially. Welcome to Otherworld.
Shenzhen – In Shenzhen, Doko Bar is an auteur bakery that feels like a theatre show – and that’s just the way Waterfrom Design intended.
London – Designed by Jump Studios, Tottenham Hotspur’s new home aims to balance the needs of diehard supporters with an incoming generation of more casual fans.
Jerusalem – At this edition of the Jerusalem Design Week, Club All curator Hadas Zucker reflects on the meaning behind a rising Chinese design aesthetic.
Prague – Dvojka, a new wine bar designed by Jan Plecháč and Henry Wielgus in Prague's hip Letná neighbourhood, departs from tried-and-true tropes.
Amsterdam – The world-renowned, London-based Mr Lyan bars introduced themselves in the Dutch capital with nostalgic interiors that flaunt contemporary twists.
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