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Beijing – Noodles for one, please. DTZW designed Beijing’s 23-Seat Restaurant as an ‘inclusive dining environment for the solitary eater’.
Join Concrete, Baranowitz + Kronenberg and House of Caro to discuss the roadblocks and challenges lying ahead for hospitality design.
Vila Meã, Portugal – This isn’t your grandparents’ local laundry spot: Stu.dere and Civiurban reimagine the look of the self-service spaces in Portuguese town Vila Meã.
Xi’an – X+Living challenges traditional theatre design with Xi’an’s FAB Cinema, opened just before China shuttered venues across the country on 24 January. The strategy may …
Moscow – By dividing a modular salon with colourful curtains, Russian architect Eduard Eremchuk – a former Bureau Betak intern – ensures the space can host events, too.
Yiwu – Daylab’s design for iTafe Up – sellers of tea, coffee and bread in China – is based on components sourced from Taobao.com, the world’s biggest e-commerce website.
Hong Kong – Global leader in the emerging field of delivery-only kitchen space, Deliveroo is shaking off unsettling scenes of ‘dark kitchens’ and bringing its concept out into the …
El Puig, Spain – Although Nada opted for a peaceful interior for IMood restaurant in El Puig, the designers were able to go wild in the washrooms.
Amsterdam – Combining communal spaces with the privacy of individual sleeping pods, Amsterdam’s Bunk Hotel offers its guests a variety of experiences to suit their needs.
We know that our readers may, for a variety of reasons amid the COVID-19 crisis, have trouble getting their hands on the May/June 2020 issue. So we’re making it all access.
While sharing tables and crowded lobbies are out, refocusing on the solo economy and the in-room offer can keep guests booking.
Tokyo – The precision and personality of Tokyo eatery Sushi Yoshii was lauded across the board by the Frame Awards 2020 jury.
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