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Lynge, Denmark – A bicycle storefront in Denmark - designed by Johannes Torpe Studios - is made up of a product gallery, showroom and workshop.
Shanghai – Junya Ishigami designs a minimal eyewear store is which the stark-white interior is comprised only of floating concrete blocks.
Hasami, Japan – Tokyo-based studio Do.Do. incorporate local pottery tradition into its design of Ōyane Saikaitoki ceramics store.
San Pedro, Mexico – In San Pedro, Anagrama designs an M.C. Escher-inspired interior for a Mexican fashion boutique.
Udine, Italy – A disused hangar proves to be an ideal backdrop for Visual Display's hospitality concept – combining a bar, lounge, motorcycle workshop and concept store in one …
Odessa, Ukraine – Ukrainian designers Lera Brumina and Artem Trigubchak use colour to differentiate spaces in Breadway bakery-café.
Mount Waverly, Australia – Merely 6 m wide, this Australian pizzeria was redesigned by architecture studio Hachem into an expansive vertical space with a mezzanine and peaked roof.
Poznan, Poland – In Poland, a pizzeria designed by Wiercinski - Studio proposes space-saving tactics that reference classic Italian design.
Beijing – Ito Masaru's flagship for leather-goods designer Isamu Katayama Backlash is designed to feel like hallowed ground.
Amsterdam – Baranowitz + Kronenberg repurpose former 20th century Dutch landmarks - a concrete bank and a telephone service building - into the W Hotel's Away Spa in Amsterdam.
Shanghai – Designed by Office AIO, this sunny daytime café in Shanghai expands into a dim cocktail bar at night.
Berlin – In Berlin, studio Batek Architekten designs a multi-functional gallery space for retail and event services.
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