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New York City – Craft&Bloom created a Santorini-inspired pop-up store in New York’s NoLiTa for Israeli male beauty brand Maapilim.
Tel Aviv – PerimeterX, a high-tech company in Israel, gets the best of both (spatial) worlds with the design of its home base.
São Paulo – Pistache Ganache turned their proposal for Conceito ê, a concept store in São Paulo, into a timely environmental statement.
Hong Kong – Lifetastic Patisserie, a new dessert destination by Max Lam Designs, is as spatially sweet as its name makes it out to be.
Tianjin, China – 311 Photography Studio, designed by Salone del Salon, turned an old cotton factory in Tianjin into a high-tech photo studio.
Guadalajara – Estudio Fernanda Orozco’s proposal for Guadalajara’s Refuse indoor cycling gym came from browsing vintage Tour de France posters.
Buenos Aires – The very first project realized by Constanza Chiozza and Pedro Magnasco of CCPM Arquitectos involved the renovation of their own house in Buenos Aires.
Himeji, Japan – KTX Archilab designed a cloud-like wedding chapel in Himeji – and its white, curved structures definitely make it look like it came from somewhere out of this world.
London – Red Deer has created a Blade Runner-like space where VR fans can feel both privately at ease but enjoy the tech socially. Welcome to Otherworld.
Amsterdam – Heren 5 Architecten revives a building’s intended light and space for students and teachers at De Scholekster Montessori school.
Milan – In Milan's renowned Quadrilatero della moda, the new Rimowa store blends together core ethos and traditional Milanese materials.
Kyoto – Kyoto’s Bake Cheese Tart store store, designed by Fumitaka Suzuki, recreates the traditional kamado through a multi-functional counter.
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