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Zürich – With its Sweat Yourself store, Freitag joins the retail brands moving the final production stages in-store in order to form tighter bonds with its consumers.
Los Angeles – As adventurous style is part of the Farfetch DNA, the designers at Studiofibre outfitted the company’s new LA headquarters with bespoke sculptural soundbooths.
Madrid – Husos Arquitectos adapted a small space to the needs of a young doctor with crazy work hours and a short-nosed dog with heat aversion.
Eindhoven – Henri Canivez’s Data Stool raises a me-vs-we question: By hyper-customizing it to follow the contours of one person’s body, are we making the seat useless to others?
New York City – As the redefinition of luxury leads to an increase in customized products, architects are collaborating with furniture brands for one-of-a-kind results.
LONDON – In Selfridges Accessories Hall, Studiofibre’s pint-sized pop-up for accessories brand Chaos makes the most of every inch.
ASTURIAS – The newly renovated MJE House in Spain has been transformed to maximise domestic space with the help of moving walls.
The first truly independent micro-home allows people to reach new frontiers with the luxury of a hotel room.
Standing while showering is so 2012. That was until Dornbracht unveiled the first horizontal shower. Soon, laying down while showering will be supplemented with another option: sitting.
Design studio MOD was commissioned to fuse contemporary living with the charm of pre-war shophouses in Malaysia with a project of luxury residences.
Reviving a listed Parisian pied-à-terre, Ramy Fischler accentuates iconic vestiges with avant-garde finishes. Place de Colombie is the Belgian’s first foray into interior design – having worked …
Somewhere between craft and industry, Floris Wubben’s ‘pressing machine’ represents a way for makers to get more involved with the look of their final products without much of the hard graft.
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