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Lucca, Italy – Sanctum is a non-denominational ‘sacred space’ that draws inspiration from ancient religion to modern spiritual movements.
Tokyo – The Italian fashion house blended its existing interior motifs with local design cues for the creation of its first Tokyo flagship.
Shanghai – Omakase, a new kaiseki restaurant in the Chinese city designed by Hip-pop Design Studio, blends the natural and unnatural for an immersive dining experience.
New York City – Brooklyn-based haircare line Amika collaborated with Crosby Studios to create a bold pop-up experience with community in mind.
Paris – Studio Robert Stadler safeguards a noteworthy element of Parisian bistro culture for modern day by reviving the design of the City of Light's unmissable rattan chairs.
Poznań – At the newest ChiChi 4U burger restaurant in Poznań, local studio Mode:lina took 300 PVC tubes and turned it into an eye-catching wallcovering.
Warsaw – Opasly Tom, a contemporary Polish restaurant designed by Buck.Studio, shows diners new interior facets with each visit by way of smart colour use.
Sydney – Australian studio Span Design used colour and video mapping projection to create a dining experience like that during Japan’s annual Hanami festival.
Berlin – With the design of Apotheke in the German capital, Studio Aisslinger imagines the future pharmacy while humanizing technology.
Moscow – Clad in pink metal and concrete, Rare Pastrami Bar is a sleek addition to the Russian capital's hospitality scene.
Manila – In Manila, the Danish design studio used biophilic design and colour psychology to create a dining oasis near a shopping mall.
Haarlem, Netherlands – The studio’s store concept for the Amsterdam-based retailer uses the colour and curved forms to express the brand’s femininity.
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