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Kiev – AKZ Architectura turned a tight Soviet-era apartment in Kiev into a breezy, light-filled space for a new health-food café called Bowl.
Guadalajara – Esrawe Studio turned Grupo Arca’s Design Centre in Guadalajara into more than a showroom and warehouse: it’s almost a cultural centre for the city.
Lasarte-Oria, Spain – Spanish studio Mecanismo faced time and topography challenges to renovate Martín Berasategui’s eponymous Gipuzkoa restaurant – but the team succeeded.
Miami – In the Miami Design District, Valerio Olgiati builds a marble-lined canopy that makes shopping feel like lounging in the clouds.
Shanghai – Lifestyle retailer By asked Spacemen for a venue that could be swapped out to sell different product categories from one day to the next. They delivered.
Milan – At Alcova Sassetti, Bloc Studios presented three new collections of marble objects, designed by Federica Elmo, Odd Matter and Studiopepe.
New York City – To upend the traditional typology of tattoo studios, Bang Bang NYC’s new flagship interiors aesthetically parallel ink against skin.
Miami – Designed by Aranda\Lasch, the Bal Harbour location of the leather goods brand showcases a different type of sensuality in the Florida spot.
New York City – For Claus Porto’s first store overseas, Tacklebox Architecture turned a Manhattan store into a portal to Portugal.
Ghent – Designed to encourage dialogue and discussion on a wide range of subjects, the XYZ can be seen as a kind of contemporary literary salon.
MEXICO CITY – With the Frame Awards Milan honouring Salone’s best stands in a few days, we take a closer look at the 2018 Trade-Fair Stand of the Year, Annual Arca.
Milan – Large swaths of Neolith sintered stone make Alessandro Borghese’s new restaurant a luxurious interpretation of his eclectic personality.
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