Sign up to our newsletter for weekly updates.
Tokyo – To increase intimacy and privacy Ryoji Iedokoro designed the Nikunotoriko restaurant in Tokyo under a forest of sorts.
Barcelona – The new Mykita store in Barcelona shows that a mix of local identity and brand aesthetic can also convey a grounded retail narrative.
San Francisco – Footwear manufacturer FEIT turned the stockroom inside out – in its new San Francisco Store, designed by Jordana Maisie, it’s now part of the actual design.
Paris – Joshua Florquin Architecture designed Les Dada East, a salon-cum-cultural-space near Bastille that has an architectural ‘forest’ built within.
Madrid – Husos Arquitectos adapted a small space to the needs of a young doctor with crazy work hours and a short-nosed dog with heat aversion.
Kitami, Japan – Architect Jun Igarashi is behind a new type of Asian shophouse: an apartment on top linked to a sake store below by way of an elegant curve.
Barcelona – For this restaurant project, AMOO makes a smart and on-brand use of the limited area of a 19th-century tube-like space, low ceilings and all.
Alcañiz, Spain – Artigo rubber flooring by Ettore Sottsass' office helped two Spanish architects turn a collage of contradictory visual elements into a coherent kids' community …
Gothenburg – In this case from our book The Other Office Three, Bornstein Lyckefors designed a space for a law firm that welcomes students to use its collection of legal literature.
Hannover – The Wood Lifecycle exhibition at Domotex 2019 will highlight the material's virtues and the trends and innovation surrounding it.
Amsterdam – The new Lebkov & Sons location in Zuidas takes the chain’s traditional square pattern and turns it into a quiet feat of digital fabrication.
Fidenza, Italy – Francesc Rifé Studio uses terracotta, rope, steel and oak to connect the Mallorcan shoe brand to local traditions in Fidenza.
© 2018 Frame Publishers