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Boston – In her Leaf series, Jenine Shereos uses hair to create delicate leaves, inspired by the line-work of those found in nature.
Retail Openings is back with new store spaces from luxury fashion houses, furniture companies and lifestyle labels.
Washington D.C. – At the National Building Museum’s Great Hall in Washington, Snarkitecture created an interactive installation called The Beach.
New York City – While designing R13 Denim’s first store in SoHo, Leong Leong explored how to best utilize the relationship between content and space.
San Francisco – The cult-favourite skateboarding brand worked with Brinkworth and the Wilson Brothers to open its Market Street location.
New York City – Richard Dupont uses the human form to explore the ways in which technology is changing our relationships to our bodies, and to each other.
Los Angeles – For the American coffee company's fourth LA location in Hollywood, Standard designed a space with unmistakable Angeleno identity.
New York City – Cactus develops a modular, reproducible presence for NYC cosmetic dermatology clinic Ever/Body by letting the architecture inform the branding.
New York City – Inspired by New York’s street culture and graffiti, artist Reinaldo Sanguino experiments with different ways to turn clay into unique pieces of furniture.
New York City – A redesign by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Gensler gave the New York institution extra space and broadened the way it considers display.
New York City – In a series of works dating back 40 years, artist Jacek Tylicki surrenders his creative reins to natural forces.
Los Angeles – Living Archive was a show by Wayne McGregor and Google Arts and Culture that revealed the directing capabilities of an AI choreographic tool.
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