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Kobe – Yusuke Seki’s café interior in Kobe continues the building’s architectural evolution.
Studios and ateliers, take notice: the next edition of Frame Publisher’s retail design bible, Powershop 6, is open for submissions.
Tokyo – Taking inspiration from Vancouver´s diverse urban landscape, Linehouse designs a strong retail identity for a Herschel flagship.
Paris – On the corner of rue Lafayette and boulevard Haussmann, H&M is redesigning their interior retail strategy by offering experiences beyond the screen.
London – Counterfeit Studio teams up with artist Yinka Ilori to create a playful yet functional pop-up stand for Red Red’s new Super Stew product launch.
BRUSSELS – Designer Alain Gilles aims for paradigm shift with his Oxfam pop-up store in Belgium.
New York City – With the restyling of Versace’s 5th Avenue store, the Italian fashion house looks to its compatriots at EC Studio to display the luxury accessories in the best …
Montreal – In today’s fast-paced world of flexible design, David Chipperfield makes online retailer Ssense commit to concrete and stainless steel.
Five interiors show the direction of hair salons as the spatial expression of the luxury end of the service economy.
NAGOYA, Japan – Designed by Archicept City, Toyota’s Drive to Go concept plays to the growing experience economy and removes investment barriers to adventures on the road.
Shenzhen, China – A retail space by Domani Architectural Concepts becomes a distillation of the bold young brand in an expanding cultural centre.
Seoul, South Korea – With its ‘sumptuously spartan’ store concept, OMA / AMO redefines the traditional car dealership with the Genesis Gangnam showroom.
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