Dilworth Coffee by Square Feet Studio, Charlotte – North Carolina

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White quartz countertops allow for ample work and display areas for baristas. Existing concrete floors were ground and polished and tie into the lobby’s floors for a seamless transition. Built-in menu boards, cork walls, custom walnut casework and tables, and brass trim complete the detail package.

Spirit of Innovation – BYD booth design by VAVE GmbH, Shanghai – China

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A dynamic arrangement of breathing luminous elements on the ceiling translate energy streams into the third dimension and let the visitor feel the power behind the EV-technology. With the element of lines on the wall and floor, cars and exhibits visually connect with the booth architecture, thus creating one strong concept.

Savills Office by Futurespace, Sydney – Australia

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Savills’ environment is an ecosystem of open, closed and connected settings that support a range of private and collaborative work modes. In addition to agility there is a focus on health and wellbeing, as evidenced by a series of interventions designed to improve people’s lives.

Jo Malone Townhouse Window by Prop Studios, London – UK

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The team developed a new experimental engraving technique allowing the light to be captured across the panel, spanning 2 metres in width and 3 metres in height. The panel was illuminated from all four edges to highlight the etching and produce a white neon effect.

RACE Robotics Lab by Ministry of Design, Singapore

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Aluminium rods and tube lights stick out from the walls and ceiling at divergent angles inside the lab, which is used by robotics education group RACE and located within an industrial park in the mainly residential district of Yishun.

Oak trestle by Studiomama

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The dining table surface is reversible, featuring oak on one side for dining and linoleum covering the other so it can be used as a work surface. This more hard-wearing material comes in hues including burgundy, olive green and powder pink.

The Hummingbird Bakery’s seventh UK branch by rpa:group, Guildford Surrey – UK

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Wall finishes of the new bakery are 30% clad in ivory oak panels with a feature wall composed of hand-finished tiles and a digital mosaic of the iconic Hummingbird Bakery logo. The floor is concrete resin, interlaid with tiles around the counter area in a herringbone pattern, whilst lighting is a mix of bespoke LED halo lights and brushed copper aluminum pendant lights.

Resto Aperto by PickTwo, Bucharest – Romania

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We felt the need to use small wood accents, the table setup balancing the minimalist place. The lighting system was crafted together with Philips, but the rest of the furniture was custom designed and manufactured for Aperto.

Stefany’s stand at DOMOTEX 2017 by YERce Architecture, Hannover – Germany

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Behind this surface, isolated from the crowd of the fair where the visitors could meet up with each other, the products and the hosting company; an area that would accommodate a cafe in the middle was designed. The location of carpet exhibition units was planned slightly inwards from the perimeter.

eBay Office Cafeteria by Gensler, San Jose – California

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Bringing food truck culture inside, food areas are pushed out and pulled in so that employees can weave in and out of the space and discover the variety of cultural cuisines. Picnic tables, an ice cream cart, concrete blocks and string lights create an ambiance of the outside brought in.

Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal by CannonDesign + NEUF architects, Montreal – Canada

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From a healthcare delivery perspective, each of the 772 rooms includes ample space for family involvement, and expansive windows offering some of the best views of the city. Importantly, the entire building is designed following universal design principles, and impressively, the vast majority of the 12,000+ rooms in the building were designed following a small number of standardized room templates.

Brauneis Textilien by Heikaus Concept GmbH, Frankfurt – Germany

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The store equipment and goods carriers have a very minimalist and pure appearance in rooms that are about four metres high. Simple cubes, clothes racks and unadorned shelves bring out the goods particularly well and with a quality reminiscent of a gallery. The

Sweet Samurai by Fromme & Blum

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This means: High concerns for the product and no throwaway mentality. To that end Sweet Samurai is made from bavarian wood and hand-welded steel frames, powder-coated in six lovely colours for a lifetime and at retail prices calculated transparently.

Jam2go by Betwin Space Design, Seoul – Korea

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The first floor is created with atmosphere of Level Square, and the second floor is of Mirror Square, according to the whole concept of ’Wonderland’. A hall of the first floor looks like a square where users can walk and sit freely. Various level differences make inside look like outside. Differently from the first floor with vibrant and active atmosphere, the second floor is composed with casual and dreamlike ambience. Mirror of the ceiling reflecting dynamic spatial sense as a sphere floats and a mass turns over, makes interior space felt more fantastic.

Onyx Towers by Marco Porpora Architects, Verona – Italy

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The space is articulated within a simple rectangle open on the three sides, but it creates soft and sinuous sets around the three onyx towers. The round shape, the basic element of the stand design, takes on various spatial or simply flat proportions and is repeatedly reproduced from the ceiling to the platform.

Yongjia Sales Center by PAL Design Group, Wenzhou – China

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Brightly-lit and conveniently connected to Sales Center and showflats, guests then arrive at the streamlined spiral staircase, where each in this series of polished steps prepares them to eagerly witness first-hand some stimulating ideas of contemporary living.

Charles Tyrwhitt window display by Lucky Fox, London – UK

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Flanking the shirt installations were large angled mirrored panels and oversized numerals printed in the brand’s iconic tie patterns to echo the messaging of the campaign, which were all produced by Lucky Fox.

COMME des GARCONS store renewal by Rei Kawakubo, Berlin – Germany

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The transformation comes with a brand new interior, concocted by the brand’s elusive creative honcho Rei Kawakubo. the interior is largely defined by whitewashed walls, black linoleum flooring, and scaffolding-like metal frames are installed across the retail space, serving both as an optical embellishment of sorts, and attaching clothing racks wherever needed.