Bolon showroom, Stockholm – Sweden

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Bolon showroom, Stockholm – Sweden

Incanto Offices by IND Architects, Moscow – Russia

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Natural green walls of live plants with an automatic watering system add brightness and harmony. The pattern of air was used on glasses in the open space of the “ground” part of the office—a light-colored pattern adds lightness and aeriality to the space.

Maria Grazia Severi Spring / Summer windows by Arte Vetrina Project, Milan – Italy

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The windows display made for this special occasion, recall the art nouveau motifs and bright color, creating a play of light and shadow which highlights the leaders of this collection.

Wonder Room boutique by Nendo, Bangkok – Thailand

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Now enlarged to a sizeable 200 sqm. [2,153 sq.ft.], the Wonder Room flaunts a graphic palette of bold multi-coloured stripes as a backdrop of studio prerequisites such as a canvas frame, easel and photo frame.

Bubble Lab by dongqi Architects, Changzhou – China

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Inspired by Origami, the irregularly folded stainless steel sheets are the main elements of the shop-front facade, the beer wall and the bar counter. Laser-cutting circles grow large from bottom up to the top on the one side of the sheets, lights leaking out of the circles cast spots and reflection on the other side.

TRAYER Stools by SSTEEL

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TRAYER Stools are designed with respect to the 3 keywords of simplicity, smart and stylish. With the straight line of steel body structure and in contrast with the curves of seating and backrest, and stainless steel footrest, you will see that simplicity always works.

Studio Four23 office, London – UK

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he Clerkenwell-based communication studio refurbished a former metal workshop to meet their office’s requirements, while remaining sympathetic to the original qualities of the building. It was important that the space was flexible, providing facilities for each member of the team as well as catering for the various events that take place there.

Lotus lamps by Brain edition

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The Lotus series aims to bring to your interior a warm touch by the naturalness of its wood, as well as an ornament ready to come dress your space. It offers a multitude of patterns that together can form a contemporary vegetation and a floral design; it will transform your living spaces into a haven of peace.

The One Barcelona Hotel by Jaime Beriestain, Barcelona – Spain

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Jaime Beriestainhas prioritized the use of natural light, fine materials and excellent finishes for this project. The objective is for guests to feel at home, with all the comfort and well-being of a private residence. The hotel has 89 spacious room, 25 of which are suites, and each one has a special character thanks to the original artwork of Fernando Prats.

BURGER LABORATORY by JHP, Seoul – South Korea

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The BURGER LABORATORY’s ingredients are entirely sourced from LOTTERIA’s own vertically integrated farms and are of the highest quality in terms of both environmental sustainability and animal husbandry. In addition to beef, chicken and shrimp burgers and fries, LOTTERIA’s new BURGER LABORATORY offers local specialties and vegetarian options.

Nova C Back benches for Stockholmsmässan by Green Furniture Concept, Stockholm – Sweden

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The benches Nova C Back of Green Furniture Concept curves in the main entrance area, and together with our Radius Divider they divide the restaurant eating area with the entrance. Sit down, relax for a few minutes and charge your phone or laptop.

Green Solution House by Green Furniture Concept, Rønne – Denmark

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The Green Solution House conference center and hotel in the Danish island of Bornholm is designed to be a platform for the highest level of sustainable development. In accordance with the principles of Cradle 2 Cradle all materials used in the fan shaped building are either fully recyclable or biodegradable.

Thatchers Stan’s branding by Cookchick Design

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Stan, as the second generation Thatcher, was the first true cider crafter so we felt it fitting that the range carried his name. Stan’s love of crafting different blends saw him line up barrels of his cider in a converted Dovecote at Myrtle Farm ready for the locals to come and enjoy.

Vision Works Optometry by Creative Shop Retail Shopfitting, Midrand – South Africa

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The client wanted an unusual, eye catching interior to entice foot traffic into the store. Furthermore, care had to be taken to maximise the circulation space and fit the private consultation rooms into the final design.

LinkedIn Office by Il Prisma, Munich – Germany

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While the reception area represents the global values of the brand with a local touch through an immersive arrival experience, all spaces are organized around the “Landmarke” area, where the DACH nature inspires an iconic All Hands area. The central space leads to a breakout area where natural materials are integrated with modern appliances, and where an alpine-chic treehouse is dedicated to informal meetings.

Greybox Coffee café, Beijing – China

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Called Greybox Coffee, it’s a newly launched division of chinese high-end flower shop Roseonly, and its very first branch has found an appropriate home at Beijing Kerry Centre, one of many glittering high-rise complexes in this high energy part of town. Special attention has been given to the ceiling lighting, comprising of an expansive grid of wooden boxes, each encasing a spotlight.

Remory Card Game packaging by Balázs Szemmelroth

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ReMory is a memory card game. The name comes from the ‘remember’ and the ‘memory’ words. The package’s design is clear at the outside but when you open it, the pattern – which was made from the logomark – make it playful. Just like the game self, simple but fun.

Salire by switch lab inc, Osaka – Japan

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Salire by switch lab inc, Osaka – Japan

De Bajes restaurant, Amsterdam – Netherlands

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The interior has a raw edge, and almost feels as a seamless extension of the street, featuring a mezzanine bar section with a sturdy wooden counter, comfy leather sofas, matching tables and stools, framed by backdrop of concrete walls, stone flooring and an exposed ceiling.

Megabass stand design by switch lab inc, Tokyo – Japan

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Megabass stand design by switch lab inc, Tokyo – Japan