Articles tagged Interior Design

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Want some ghosts with that coffee? A new Japanese café lets the past out

Kobe – Yusuke Seki’s café interior in Kobe continues the building’s architectural evolution.

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Linehouse brings Canadian calm to Shibuya

Tokyo – Taking inspiration from Vancouver´s diverse urban landscape, Linehouse designs a strong retail identity for a Herschel flagship.

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Why infusing love-drugs with design shucking works

Dubai – Alexander & Co. took out gold in the Frame Awards 2018 with their opulent juxtaposition of feminine and masculine in Dubai Opera.

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The click-and-mortar business model is changing retail spaces

Paris – On the corner of rue Lafayette and boulevard Haussmann, H&M is redesigning their interior retail strategy by offering experiences beyond the screen. 

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Out Now: Frame 123 – Work. Wherever

AMSTERDAM – The Jul/Aug issue of Frame magazine explores how the notion of the workspace is changing as offices expand their amenities exponentially.

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What you can learn about The Dylan Hotel from its chairs

AMSTERDAM – Inside one of the city’s most intimate and luxurious hotels, the refined design reveals its philosophy of the subjective experience and personal relationships.

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Alain Gilles reimagines retail for Oxfam

BRUSSELS – Designer Alain Gilles aims for paradigm shift with his Oxfam pop-up store in Belgium.

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Studio Modijefsky draws on context for a genre-agnostic interior

Maastricht, the Netherlands – Attached to The Student Hotel, restaurant The Commons is designed for functional fluidity and the changing nature of work and travel.

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Why grey concrete is David Chipperfield’s contribution to physical retail

Montreal – In today’s fast-paced world of flexible design, David Chipperfield makes online retailer Ssense commit to concrete and stainless steel.

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Do Hotel Monville guests care about the local design?

Montreal – ACDF Architecture delivers a space saturated with context and culture, but is the hyper-local hospitality trend actually important to the visitor experience?

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The hair salon 2.0 is designed for an experience

Five interiors show the direction of hair salons as the spatial expression of the luxury end of the service economy.

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Toyota’s car-sharing café is a response to Japanese consumption trends

NAGOYA, Japan – Designed by Archicept City, Toyota’s Drive to Go concept plays to the growing experience economy and removes investment barriers to adventures on the road.