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As members’ clubs and their target groups thrive, is the genre surrendering its air of sophistication?
Amsterdam – Dubbed as a ‘retail lab’ by the Dutch company’s team, the pop-up-turned-flagship uses in-store technologies and Amsterdammer wit to upgrade the customer experience.
Guilin, China – Designed by Studio10, the Dream and Maze guest rooms at The Other Place Guilin Litopia are full of Escherian optical illusions.
Doha – Oversize ceramic slabs allow architect Matteo Nunziati to mix Eastern and Western sumptuousness in the uber-contemporary Fraser Suites hotel.
Shanghai – For Tre Vin, Quarta & Armando have come up with a concrete shelving system that defies physics and logic – and yet makes perfect sense.
From Tiffany & Co. to Gucci, high-end stores appeal to the next generation of well-heeled consumers by ditching the old codes of luxury retail.
Birmingham – Faber’s vision for Nocturnal Animals, a new restaurant, features postmodernist furniture silhouettes, kitsch neon signage and vivid graphic prints.
Barcelona, Spain – The Catalonian capital is home to Orvay, a wine bar that utilises interior colour to designate and explore their cellar’s wines.
Cologne – Australian product designers Study Truly Truly envision imm Cologne's Das Haus as a place that privileges feeling over formula.
Amsterdam – Our international jury has shortlisted clear concepts, category innovation and functional creativity for this edition of the Frame Awards.
Bogotá – Weather in Bogotá is unpredictable, but this hospitality project by Studio Cadena makes sure everyone can eat al fresco, no matter the whims of the day.
London – The interiors of the new Wartski gallery in London, designed by Waldo Works, pay respect to the symbiotic nature of the family-owned antiques firm.
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