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Milan – Storage Associati revived a historic landmark theatre in the Italian city for the Swiss luxury fashion house’s offices and showroom.
Minsk – For the new PandaDoc offices in Minsk, Studio11 devised a chromatic plan to divide the space into four distinct zones.
Eindhoven – With his DAE graduation project, Minute Manufacturing, Diego Faivre responds to the dehumanizing aspects of mass production.
Bangkok – In this case study from our book The Other Office Three, Party/Space/Design came up with a porous workspace that checks off several lifestyle boxes.
London – Bompas & Parr’s vegan hotel suite for Hilton London Bankside is the first in the world – and indicates veganism’s future impact on spatial design.
Moscow – For its second Bloom-n-Brew project, design studio Asketik went against the New York aesthetic of Moscow’s nascent coffee-shop scene.
Detroit – The company’s first hospitality venture represents its local roots and invests in the rebirth of the city still recuperating from economic and demographic hardship.
Amsterdam – To safeguard a family against the nightmarish housing market, Dutch architecture firm Beta created a mini-apartment building in a new Amsterdam neighbourhood.
Melbourne – Using (shock!) inexpensive cardboard tubes, Branch Studio Architects managed to create an elegant and humane update for a secondary school in Australia.
Stockholm – As work, play, public and private spaces increasingly mesh together, the Stockholm fair responded in kind with objects that spiritedly embrace such blurring of lines.
Mornington, Australia – Beach houses are where dream residential typologies become realities. For Austin Maynard Architects, this one was a chance to challenge even those dreams.
Stockholm – Here’s something environmentally sound: Baux has just launched the world’s first 100-per-cent biodegradable sound-absorbent material.
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