Articles tagged Texture

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In luxury retail, perfection is out and weird is wonderful – even in Dubai

Dubai – StudioXAG creates a dreamlike volcanic landscape for Level Shoes in the UAE – a harbinger of what’s to come in luxury retail spaces.

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There are more tattooed people than ever, and this parlour celebrates the stigma shift

New York City – To upend the traditional typology of tattoo studios, Bang Bang NYC’s new flagship interiors aesthetically parallel ink against skin.

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One Plus Partnership takes the city’s lack of greenery into its own hands

SHENZHEN, China – Everyone loves greenery indoors, but has One Plus Partnership missed the point? Or is the Shenzhen Raffles City office design a practical alternative?

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Lanzavecchia + Wai channels the colours of Italy's landscape for Mirage's Transition collection

With a majority of its composition sourced from production waste, Lanzavecchia + Wai's porcelain tile range for Mirage offers a tactile and tactful solution for surfacing interiors in a sustainable …

The firm preserved three of the four early-twentieth-century row-houses along a corner and built one (left) completely anew.
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Lichtstrasse Apartments and Restaurant by HHF

BASEL – HHF designs contemporary residence alongside restorations to local, historic housing.

The architects have given the site’s industrial textures an unapologetically modern form.
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Gebr. De Nobel by Ector Hoogstad Architecten

LEIDEN – A music venue in the Dutch city of Leiden has relocated to a factory building renovated by Rotterdam-based office Ector Hoogstad Architecten.

A bold, multifaceted volume sits comfortably among more conservative neighbours.
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House in Luxembourg by Polaris

LUXEMBOURG – Perched on a hillside in Luxembourg, a compact single-family home by Polaris Architects really stands out in some aspects; in others, it coolly blends in.

The tower’s fabric-like façade refers to a textile market that once occupied the site.
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Jing Mian Xin Cheng by SPARK

BEIJING – SPARK Architects hope their new mixed-use complex will serve as a reminder that ‘depth of experience need not be forgotten despite the speed of the city’s expansion’.

The Canvas Collage collection by Nicolette Brunklaus takes cues from the industry.
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Canvas Collage by Nicolette Brunklaus

Photographed dahlias become digitized in a line of carpets for Egecarpets by Nicolette Brunklaus.

The sophisticated fox has settled in the Hermès store of Paseo de Gracià in Barcelona.
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The Fox’s Den by Zim&Zou for Hermès

French studio Zim&Zou depict the tale of a fox in their crisp and colourful shop window for Hermès.

A new series of outdoor carpets by Patricia Urquiola is introduced by Kettal.
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Outdoor Rugs by Patricia Urquiola for Kettal

Barcelona-based Kettal introduces a new series of outdoor carpets by Patricia Urquiola.

The designer uses familiar materials such as marble to communicate new innovations.
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Fragment by Earnest Studio

With the Fragment series, American designer Rachel Griffin crafts bowls out of rough pieces found in the natural stone industry.