Far Reaches Gin packaging by Chris Moore

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Far reaches’ unique recipe incorporates thirteen botanicals sourced from across the world. The hand-drawn botanical map on our bottles details the five key botanicals in our gin – each from the far reaches of a different continent.

T.I. for Men by RVD.co.ltd , Seoul – Korea

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To reveal the concept of space, a contrasting point was created between the inside of modern mall and vintage store. It aimed to express the sensation of secret and separation by conceptually separating the space with the contrast of shabby roughness disparately inserted in the mall of neatly-organized downtown.

Buttermilk & Maple by Shed, Bristol – UK

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The design varies in pace giving a range of seating options; from cozy booths to large poseur benches, the space acts as a dynamic environment to drink and dine.

Aesop store, Vienna – Austria

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The setting, inspired by the plentiful art déco architecture in the neighbourhood, comprises of walls covered in a calming green hue, oak flooring, cabinets, a sales desk and paneling in walnut, and all with striking shimmering accents of brass, most notably the accordeon-like cabinet doors.

Soulroom office by SOULROOM Holding & Module K Interior Design Solution, Ho Minh City – Vietnam

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Our aim was to bring out a working space that enough for our team, including a green area to spend leisure time chatting, we bear the liability to process every stage at a high speed, not to mess up the team’s works.

The FLOW Showroom by Studio IQL

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The studio designs public spaces that people can make their own and private spaces that resonate for the people that live in them. Every project is a bespoke process. We invite our clients to bring their idiosyncrasies and personalities to the process.

Reserved by Studio 1:1, London, Oxford St. – UK

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Minimalist movables and built-in furniture become a backdrop for clothing, only the ceiling built of polygons and triangles which create an illusion of paper-thin planes, creates a strong, dynamic feature for the interior.

Duo cosmetics packaging by Katarzyna Wieteska

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A base of natural, grey paper is connected with one intensive color, according to the main ingredient of each product: yellow for calendula soap, blue for phacelia face cream, green for lemongrass scent and pink for rose thermal water.

Faye by Lodenfrey by Umdasch Shopfitting, Bad Ischl – Austria

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A unique shoe presentation has been created across 240 m² where once the aristocratic elite stayed – artists and scientists from Emperor Franz Joseph to Arthur Schnitzler and Romy Schneider. It not only preserves the tradition of both establishments, but also translates it into the modern age at the same time.

Henri Charpentier patisserie by Zycc Corporation in Tanjong Pagar Centre, Singapore

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The store’s design concept is “Black Is New Black” that is newly developed to satisfy diverse demands and site characteristics. Targeting mainly local Western people, glossy black, gold and white colors are chosen for the interior with the image of Paris.

Historic site transformed into luxury hotel by BLINK Design Group, Shanghai – China

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Created by Jaya Interior Design and completed by BLINK Design Group, who recently acquired the Jaya interiors team, the directive was to create an ultra-luxury property while preserving the architectural heritage and character of the historic site.

Modern office interior by Homecult, Kyiv – Ukraine

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Combining light minimalism, brutal loft and eclecticism, as a result, we have tasty interior full of details and cravings. Like a mirror, it reflects the character of our team, inspires us for experiments.

Basic TWELVE Lighting system by Plato Design

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The name Basic TWELVE refers to its dodecahedron shape. The choice of a dodecahedron is due to the fact that these solids can be combined in several ways, creating organic and unexpected shapes.

Aesop store by Snøhetta, London – UK

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An existing central column serves as a focal point, and anchors twelve silhouette-like arches that curve up and across to the store’s perimeter. These sweeping structures create zones of intimacy around a large circular demonstration sink that seemingly levitates in space.

Blippar’s SEA Headquarter by ielo design, Singapore

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The objectives were to imagine a dynamic and collaborative workspace to fit the team, while matching Blippar’s brand image and core values. Attractivity, comfort and communication were the key components of this project, to create a pleasant environment to work and to welcome clients.

Atelier Teacher Hong Art by wanderlust, Gimpo-si / Gyeonggi-do – South-Korea

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The space is designed widely since the space is for painting. In order to add the feeling of the atelier, we abstracted the space to the unique design of Teacher Hong Art inspired by the worktable vise.

45cm luxury skincare center by NE-ON, Beijing – China

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The Lounge is a welcoming space for KOL presentations, gatherings, or a relaxing time around a cup of herbal tea. It is an oval-shaped-room with a floor pattern that extends to infinity. Upside-down water lilies lights are the focus point of the room.

Liberty Hotel by Konrad Knoblauch GmbH, Offenburg – Germany

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The planners at Konrad Knoblauch GmbH from Markdorf on Lake Constance showed a strong sense for the needs of the future guests. They managed to incorporate the sensitive heritage of the jail into the new hotel using a light-hearted and tongue-in-cheek approach.

Yo’Hood trade-fair stand by Linehouse, Shanghai – China

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The timber structure employs a natural material in a gravity-defying linear pattern, with mirror-clad vertical columns camouflaging the support system and creating the illusion of transparency and levity. At the same time, one side of the timber slats are painted in a gradation of hues which are only revealed as the viewer’s perspective revolves around the structure.

Xanverí, the first restaurant of chef César Anca by estudi{H}ac, Madrid – Spain

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Xanverí is much more than just a restaurant. It is a culinary proposal in a space filled with tradition and design. The history of the neighbourhood, its origin –which dates back to Napoleonic times– and its architecture are the common thread that inspires José Manuel Ferrero, creative director of estudiHac to create and make this new project unique.