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As members’ clubs and their target groups thrive, is the genre surrendering its air of sophistication?
Shanghai – For Tre Vin, Quarta & Armando have come up with a concrete shelving system that defies physics and logic – and yet makes perfect sense.
Birmingham – Faber’s vision for Nocturnal Animals, a new restaurant, features postmodernist furniture silhouettes, kitsch neon signage and vivid graphic prints.
Barcelona, Spain – The Catalonian capital is home to Orvay, a wine bar that utilises interior colour to designate and explore their cellar’s wines.
As loneliness is on the rise among people under 35, several catch-all daytime and night-time spaces provide an opportunity to create instant communities.
London – The conferences at Sleep + Eat 2018 showcase design experts who can forecast the industry’s new challenges.
Ghent – Designed to encourage dialogue and discussion on a wide range of subjects, the XYZ can be seen as a kind of contemporary literary salon.
Beirut – The Lebanese capital rises at sundown, due to its famously competitive clubbing scene. That’s where Gregory Gatserelia’s lighting scheme for Spine comes in.
Frankfurt – Marriott’s senior interior design director in Europe tells us about the lessons learned in brand consistency, gym design and the challenges of hotel bars.
Guadalajara – For a new nightclub in Guadalajara, designer Juan Carlos Pulido looked to the dark universes of the Danish director for inspiration.
Shanghai – With a striking geometric layout, Shanghai-based studio Linehouse Design has given rattan a place of honour in two decidedly modern hospitality projects.
Antwerp – In a city that prides itself on being atypical, one could expect to see things like a beer bar inside a cathedral. That's where De Plek comes in.
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