Moving Movements _ H-store by customellow, Seoul – Korea

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Customellow is a fashion brand aiming to enrich people’s lives by collaborating with young rising artists as part of their efforts to incorporate fashion and culture. Ye Seung Lee has interpreted the communication method of customellow as a way of discovering a new spirit of the times.

Sazenka restaurant by Design Studio Crow, Tokyo – Japan

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Guests are welcomed by a display of the Chinese tea tools that provided the inspiration for the name of the restaurant, and soft light that guides them into the dining area. High-quality materials like stucco, warm walnut, and mortar walls were chosen for the interior, all meant to be minimalist and chosen for their high quality.

Interactive installation by Studio O+A at Salone del Mobile, Milan – Italy

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Visitors were attracted to the stand by the new workplace scenarios presented to them, whether to try-out the wearable office accessories and portable furniture or to don a virtual reality headset and take a peek into the future of the office.

St. Yves Club by SWATCHROOM, Washington D.C.

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The grandeur of the space is anchored by its historic architecture, most notably the soaring 13ft tall arched windows lining the exterior walls. The palette, materials, and patterns of gold and deep navy solidify the finished package.

Gopani Iron and Power Office by Archrysalis, Mumbai – India

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A palette of grey and cream marble, walnut veneer, gunpowder grey beams and columns, and white plaster and paint are carried throughout the office to create a uniform aesthetic. A formal language of angles and facets serve as the primary visual vocabulary at various scales.

LC Waikiki store by Dalziel-Pow, Istanbul – Turkey

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Through drawing on the company’s family values while adopting a modern and contemporary outlook, this new concept is the template for further global expansion. It’s designed with a shop-in-shop approach creating a more intuitive customer journey through the store and enhanced departments.

Brick and Mortar Ventures Office by Blitz Architecture + Interiors, San Francisco – California

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Blitz was tasked with creating a clean and minimal look while conquering the challenge of maximizing the intimate space to fit a conference room, coffee bar, work stations and reception area.

Ora Hostel by Sea Architecture, Bangkok – Thailand

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The function of first floor is lobby and cafeteria, Kitchen and public area for guests. The Mezzanine floor is relaxation area, the guest can play the game, watching TV, reading a book and etc.

Booths Tea Range packaging by Smith&+Village

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Booths’ own label branding communicates the quality of the products. The new, simple, consistent and monolithic look we devised boosted customer recognition by reflecting the values of the retail brand, as well as its reputation for high quality.

McCabes Pharmacy by McCabe Design Group, Dublin – Ireland

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Private health screenings and consultation is offered within a number of private rooms, constructed in plate glass walls with related brand graphics applied.

Restaurant Patagona at Tierpark Berlin by Kitzig Interior Design, Berlin – Germany

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The worldwide largest Marché Mövenpick restaurant is designed as a colourful world with a lush market place and the patterns and materials typical of the arts and crafts of Patagonia.

Handkraft Showroom by Felix Pöttinger & Boris Rüther, Munich – Germany

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Wooden and steel tables and a modular shelving system designed by the duo and handcrafted by local Bavarian artisans sit alongside vintage chairs, whilst the calm green and grey walls add a decorative element to the simple, polished coffee machines and modern lighting pendants.

Butler, Rubin, Saltarelli & Boyd LLP Office by NELSON, Chicago – Illinois

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In lieu of traditional, private corner offices, large conference rooms and collaborative spaces were added, taking advantage of the most space and best views. The emphasis on increased efficiency within the office has resulted in less space for documents, cutting down on paper consumption.

Colette windows by Studio XAG, Paris – France

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Inspired by the wonderful range of colour in their new range, StudioXAG have brought the spectacle of a rainbow into the space, through tessalating coloured translucuent acrylic boxes, which fill the entire span of the window and suspend the product so that they appear weightless.

REI Flagship store by CallisonRTKL, Washington, D.C. – USA

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The use of conventional interior finishes, such as drywall, was purposefully minimized, in keeping with the “gear garage” aesthetic. The architecture and material palette is simple, raw, and utilitarian; the walls are lined with exposed plywood and concrete backer board.

H – Avenue by Urbanoffice, Bucharest – Romania

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The palette was separated in two colors – black and white, we removed the curtain walls and we focused on the simple rectagular windows; those in turn have received intrusions and differentiated frames, details and subtle visible accents.

Mercure Hotel Wittenbergplatz by Kitzig Interior Design, Berlin – Germany

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The theme of fashion and fashion photography confers a uniform design in all areas. Large-scale photos which combine fashion and Berlin’s architecture give the hotel a distinctive identity.

Cosmetic X Ceramic – The Therapy William Edwards Edition packaging by THE FACE SHOP

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The Therapy has collaborated with William Edwards to offer limited-edition packaging inspired by the Orangery Collection, which captures the architectural design of orangeries built between the 17th and 19th centuries.

Alfons Schuhbeck’s spice shop, Munich – Germany

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The ERCO LED lighting tools illuminating Alfons Schuhbeck’s spice emporium create separate zones, facilitate orientation and display the product in this oriental world of spices in the best light.

MAREDO Flagship-restaurant by Ippolito Fleitz Group, Berlin – Germany

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The traditional gaucho poncho with its woven geometric pattern inspires the spatial elements that are formed from diamond and zigzag shapes and give the Corporate Architecture its high recognition value. It can be found in the floor tiles that were specially designed for Maredo, in the wallpaper on the walls, in the structure of the counter fronts and in the open, coffered wood ceiling.