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Kyoto – Kyoto’s Bake Cheese Tart store store, designed by Fumitaka Suzuki, recreates the traditional kamado through a multi-functional counter.
Beijing – The Interstices LePur Yogurt Café is a minimalist space that tends to visitors looking for quiet time in the Chinese metropolis.
Singapore – Inspired by a nearby lighthouse, MOC Design created an array of lamp posts for the new Heytea in Singapore's busy Clarke Quay – and customers have seen the light.
Beijing – Nota Architects worked on Seesaw Coffee, a café in a bustling mall that provides a much-needed urban green space, indoors.
Seoul – Studio Unravel's yyyyynnn Café celebrates the rawness and unpredictability of materials, in direct opposition to the clean look of Airspace.
Shenzhen – A new clubhouse in Shenzhen includes a networking café, a yoga room and a spinning room – but also a throwback pool and a piano room. Why?
Zhengzhou, China – Heytea’s new presence in Zhengzhou by Moc Design Office translates Chinese tradition to younger generations.
Bangkok – In this case study from our book The Other Office Three, Party/Space/Design came up with a porous workspace that checks off several lifestyle boxes.
Moscow – For its second Bloom-n-Brew project, design studio Asketik went against the New York aesthetic of Moscow’s nascent coffee-shop scene.
Amsterdam – Philippe Starck doesn’t just design spaces: he seems to redesign whole industries, introducing new typologies to the retail and hospitality business.
Shenzhen – The latest member of the Gaga restaurant family, designed by Coordination Asia, is a tranquil spot inside a bustling Chinese metropolis.
Amsterdam – From zero-waste restaurants to hotels built via mass integration, here are some of the most outstanding sustainable hospitality projects of the year.
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