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London – Red Deer has created a Blade Runner-like space where VR fans can feel both privately at ease but enjoy the tech socially. Welcome to Otherworld.
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.
London – Milk Train, a new Insta-friendly ice cream parlour in Covent Garden, is a space catered toward its millennial fans.
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.
Hong Kong – NC Design and Architecture outfitted Eat Darling Eat with pieces of furniture that are as sweetly appealing as the local desserts served on the plates.
Shanghai – In a narrow 40-sq-m space, design studio Mintwow has managed to create a (bright and psychedelic) miniature forest in the middle of Shanghai.
Valencia – Architecture studio Bodegón Cabinet redesigned a new layout for El Camerino restaurant in Russafa, including a private boudoir.
Shenzhen – In Shenzhen, Doko Bar is an auteur bakery that feels like a theatre show – and that’s just the way Waterfrom Design intended.
London – Designed by Jump Studios, Tottenham Hotspur’s new home aims to balance the needs of diehard supporters with an incoming generation of more casual fans.
The July/August issue of Frame delves into the effectiveness of hospitality as a branding tool for lifestyle and fashion brands.
Beijing – Blue Mist, a hair salon designed by 123 Architects, features a flexible lecture space within the ocean-inspired interior design.
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