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Shenzhen – For Morph, Various Associates created a surprisingly modern social space by referencing age-old materials and production techniques.
Buenos Aires – Duca Caffe & Apericena brings an Italian dining experience – and a colourful space, designed by Ohio Estudio – to Buenos Aires.
Melbourne – Inspired by Syrian art and architecture, The Stella Collective designed homewares shop and café Zoobibi to help shoppers digitally disconnect.
London – FormRoom went a step further in creating a social media-friendly space for Dyce Dessert Parlour, by adding dynamic elements suited for video sharing platforms.
Hangzhou – Designed by Nanjing Linear Architecture, Hangzhou’s Noisy Bank is a speakeasy bar hidden by a quotidian element: a set of three cash machines on the street.
Graz, Austria – FIPE Architecture developed a lighting system based on the RGB colour model for a burger spot in Graz.
Dalian, China – Designed by Wutopia Lab, this café for children in the Chinese city of Dalian mixes fun, socialization and physical expression in a cloud-like environment.
Vancouver – Further example of the changing face of clinical spaces, Fig – advertised as the world’s first clean skincare bar – was designed by Scott & Scott Architects.
Kiev – AKZ Architectura turned a tight Soviet-era apartment in Kiev into a breezy, light-filled space for a new health-food café called Bowl.
Ravello, Italy – In Ravello, designer-architect Cristina Celestino created The Pink Closet – a womenswear-boutique-cum-‘grotto’ for Palazzo Avino.
Bolzano, Italy – Why are hotels in South Tyrol so innovative? As we found out during a visit, it has to do with the region’s cultural DNA — and yes, that includes flatbread.
Timișoara, Romania – Jess, a new restaurant space designed by Biancoebianca, reflects an increased appetite for vibrant dining spots in the Romanian hospitality industry.
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