Articles tagged Industrial


How do you bring more customers in? By bringing them out, according to Freitag

Seoul – Designed in collaboration with Torafu Architects, the new Freitag flagship in Seoul offers an outdoors leisure space to its customers.


A German eyewear shop does local-with-a-brand-twist in Barcelona

Barcelona – The new Mykita store in Barcelona shows that a mix of local identity and brand aesthetic can also convey a grounded retail narrative.


Coffee-machine maker Iberital builds its planet-friendly values into a green HQ

Barcelona – What's the point of manufacturing green products if the factory isn't green, too? Coffee-machine maker Iberital makes its Barcelona HQ sustainable.


Covet luxury eyewear? This Melbourne optical studio indicates the industry’s global staying power

Melbourne – Vision Studio by Studio Edwards is an example of the fashion industry’s spatial impact on the luxury eyewear market.


What will the Lamborghinis of the future look like? IED Barcelona has a few ideas

Barcelona – The Italian carmaker asked for revolutionary vehicles, set in the year 2035. The students of the Transportation Design undergraduate programme at IED Barcelona responded.


The Fantoni Campus recalibrates to embrace change

Osoppo, Italy – The Fantoni campus has been prepared to flex since 1972 thanks to Valle Architecti Associati. 


Cun Design embraces the industrial in a fashion industry space

BEIJING, China – Cun Design transforms an abandoned factory into a sophisticated and innovative commercial space for fashion designers and buyers.


Chromatic infusions update creative workspace in an old factory

Hamburg, Germany – A bare industrial core is transformed into a vibrant creative workspace by Studio Besau-Marguerre for About You’s in-house photo studio.


At Ace & Tate Eindhoven, retail becomes an art form

EINDHOVEN – Designed by OS & OOS and inspired by Eindhoven’s local industrial architecture, Ace & Tate’s new location reveals the art of shopping for glasses.

Krøyers Square Apartments by COBE & VLA. Photos Rasmus Hjortshøj

Krøyers Square apartments are a modern interpretation of historical warehouses

COPENHAGEN – The historical vernacular of a small district east of the city is something that Danish firms Cobe and Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects were determined to celebrate.


Restaurant Carve goes cashless with roasts for the lunch hour rush

LONDON – Melt Design Hub puts a modern spin on the concept of the carvery to cater to London’s lunchtime crowds.

Assembly Apartments by Woods Bagot. Photos Trevor Mein

Woods Bagot uses a metallic façade to reference the historically industrial neighbourhood

MELBOURNE – An influx of new residents has resulted in flats and apartments now making up nearly 60 per cent of private dwellings in the district north of the main city.

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