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Beijing – Atelier Tree designed a metal cloud for Poppee, a Chinese jewellery store, that made the use of gold look still elegant and minimalistic.
Venice – Swinguerra, featured in the Brazilian Pavilion at this year’s Venice Biennale, has an unusually high for a video installation. Here’s what you can learn from it.
Beirut – Architect Rabih Geha designed the first flagship store for Images d’Orient, a Lebanese manufacturer that was already present in more than 50 countries.
Jerusalem – During this edition of the Jerusalem Design Week, exhibitors used technology to update traditional ways of working, and to question its implications.
Seoul – Betwin Space Design conceived cosmetics store Dr. Jart+ as an oversize cleansing filter... not for faces, but for the city of Seoul.
Hangzhou – An Design used austere interiors for Mr. Maimai to keep the customers only focused on the baked goods.
Jerusalem – At the recent Jerusalem Design Week, HQ Architects used a scaffolding system to provide visitors a more intimate perspective of a listed building.
Shanghai – For concept store In the Park, Kooo Architects took spatial cues from the recreation areas in the name of creating a more welcoming shopping experience.
Hong Kong – AIM Architecture designed a store for cosmetics retailer Harmay, where products are hidden inside drawers to turn shopping into treasure hunt.
Paris – Three months after its opening, how is the Galeries Lafayette Champs Élysées faring when it comes to the overall in-store experience?
Riga – Masterful feats in stage design and direction gave weight to Both Sides (Abas Malas), a dance-and-multimedia show that celebrated Latvia's centenary.
Palm Springs – In 2017, Doug Aitken designed a house entirely covered by mirrors, an art installation part of the Desert X exhibition, in the middle of the Californian desert.
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