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Valencia, Spain – Masquespacio created a warm space rife with references to introduce pizzeria Piur to the Spanish market.
Moscow – A Moscow café by Sundukovy Sisters indicates the widening demand for children’s spaces that appeal to parents as well.
Our latest Openings list highlights ‘70s-inspired hotels and the increasing number of fashion brands adding food and drink spaces to their offer.
Shenzhen – For Morph, Various Associates created a surprisingly modern social space by referencing age-old materials and production techniques.
Timișoara, Romania – Jess, a new restaurant space designed by Biancoebianca, reflects an increased appetite for vibrant dining spots in the Romanian hospitality industry.
Chengdu – Taking advantage of a picturesque location, Muda-Architects built Garden Hotpot Restaurant, a hospitality experience to rule them all.
Toronto – With Tora, Vancouver-based design studio Ste. Marie reveal that the stereotypes of in-mall hospitality can be overcome with a strong spatial concept.
The second installment in our Opening series focuses on the hospitality sector, with a group of new need-to-know cafés, restaurants and hotels.
Valencia – The fourth location of sushi chain Kento is now open in Valencia. Local design duo Masquespacio have found a material formula to make each shop familiar, yet new.
Lasarte-Oria, Spain – Spanish studio Mecanismo faced time and topography challenges to renovate Martín Berasategui’s eponymous Gipuzkoa restaurant – but the team succeeded.
Sydney – For the interiors of C.C. Babcoq, Australian studio Tom Mark Henry brought a character from the American sitcom to life without creating an overly-niche space.
Valencia – Architecture studio Bodegón Cabinet redesigned a new layout for El Camerino restaurant in Russafa, including a private boudoir.
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