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Amsterdam – TANK architectural studio uses biomimetics to inform the design of the newly created QO Hotel.
Canberra, Australia – Like mountain ranges and architecture, the interior design of Highroad is composed of layers: with sculptural forms and an organic colour palette.
Barcelona – Iberital’s focus on intentional design earns the intuitive VISION espresso machine an award for sustainability in design.
MILAN – Transcending the two-dimensionality of tiles, designer Matteo Cibic curates with Studio Blanco a unique hospitality experience for Milan Design Week.
Rotterdam – Studio Modijefsky’s design for CityHub reveals that the future of travel is less about the space and more about facilitating experience of the local context.
CHONGQING, China – The small 2 Cups bar becomes a springboard for architectural equality, uniting the efficiency of the high-rise with the extroversion of street-level floors.
XIANGYANG, China – The Frame Award-winning studio One Plus Partnership reinforces its mastery of the cinema genre once again with its spatial interpretation of the camera obscura.
Seville, Spain – For a restaurant in the historical centre of the Andalusian capital, Lucas y Hernández-Gil develops an anti-historical style.
Barcelona – A Master in Interior Design at IED Barcelona prepares students for the changing landscape of hospitality design.
London – Between Hyde Park and the River Thames, new restaurant Omar’s Place is a meeting of Mediterranean landscapes influenced by the sun.
MILAN – Chemetal is using their collection of embossed anodized metals to resurface the spaces of hospitality and retail.
Leeuwarden, Netherlands – In the Princessehof National Museum of Ceramics shop-café, i29 merges unexpectedly contemporary design with the museum’s contents.
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