Interiors

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Heavy rocks as display tables? Terribly impractical but terribly good

Occupying a street corner in Barcelona’s vibrant Gothic Quarter, the MAM Originals flagship raises the value of a bricks-and-mortar establishment by offering something money can’t buy: the
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A café in Beijing responds to the need for green in the polluted city

Beijing – Nota Architects worked on Seesaw Coffee, a café in a bustling mall that provides a much-needed urban green space, indoors.

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The film-and-TV craze for the moon landing is making its way to restaurants

Kiev – Foodoo, a fast casual restaurant in Ukraine designed by Balbek Bureau, has a cosmonaut as a star. Given the times, that is no coincidence. 

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Brute yourselves: Ancient Rome is coming back – in luxury retail

Rome – For the flagship store of Delvaux in Rome, the second one opened in Italy, Vudafieri Saverino brings back the Ancient Rome aesthetic. 

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Can exhibition design help promote cross-cultural creative dialogue?

Shenzhen – A Shenzhen exhibition designed by Döppel Studio and Désormeaux/Carrette speaks of the future of transnational design collaborations. 

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Every bit of this Dublin house is so damn weird (and we love it)

Dublin – Architect Jake Moulson turns the D2 Townhouse, a residential renovation in Georgian Dublin, into an ode to outer-space camp.

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Digital? Physical? Phygital? Snøhetta does it all for a Norwegian fashion house

Oslo – Snøhetta designed a showroom, flagship store and digital retail channel to create a seamless experience for clients of Oslo-based fashion house Holzweiler.

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Some people in Amsterdam say they are working in a jungle – literally

The rooms of the of Joolz´s office and showroom in Amsterdam, designed by Space Encounters, are divided by a living, breathing rainforest.

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No matter how you cut it, Laminam's new ceramic slabs look as elegant inside as out

Modena, Italy – The Italian finishes brand debuted a collection you can cook on, made with its pioneering IN-SIDE technology. 

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Leisure clubs in China aren’t just for grown-ups – they’re for the little ones, too

Suzhou, China – X+Living's Loong Swim Club is a fairy-tale-like sports centre catered to kids' entertainment and parents' leisure.

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This DIY bakery can teach you three things about the Chinese hospitality market

Anji, China – KCA’s design for Yakafu, a DIY bakery, speaks of the new trends developing in the Chinese retail and hospitality market. Here are three takeaways.

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Why did a supermarket, a space associated with hygiene, go for black?

Cologne – For the Spanish supermarket Solera in Germany, Masquespacio wanted to reject any hint or stereotype remaining true and recognizable.