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Now that markets are beginning to reopen, new retail spaces are beginning to emerge in cities all over the world.
Hudson, USA – Hannah Black and Carla Perez Gallardo’s story proves that for creatives, a move to a smaller town is not always driven by a desire to reconnect with nature.
San Francisco – Before the pandemic, the SaaS company – enjoying considerable success in spite of the times – tasked Studio O+A with a second workspace project.
West Hollywood – By encouraging cohabitation and engaging with artist collaborators, Byredo’s West Hollywood store by Christian Halleröd is as much gallery as retail store.
At Frame Awards 2020, MoMA’s Ramona Bronkar Bannayan unpacked how the NYC museum’s recent expansion uses spatial design to drive audience engagement. Watch the talk now.
New York City – Creative studio Civilivn devised a work and learning space in Lower Manhattan for organization Exalt.
Miami – Taking inspiration from its clients' binoculars logo, Ohlab studio designs a trompe-l'oeil infinity interior.
New York City – Studio Huxhux Design created a multi-coloured gallery environment for Studs, an ear-piercing shop in Manhattan.
New York – Linda Bergroth's pavilion design for the Finnish Cultural Insitute in New York incorporates concepts of the circular economy.
In partnership with developer True North Studio, the American gaming brand plans to build eight hotels across the US.
Los Angeles – The Webster, designed by Adjaye Associates, ‘elegantly asserts itself as a sculptural and experiential counterpoint’ to a nearby shopping mall.
Miami – For Dolce & Gabanna's Miami flagship, studio Curiosity draws on the Italian theatre as inspiration.
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