CO+LAB Office by Baskervill, Richmond – Virginia

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CO+LAB’s staff was actively involved in the design process, eager to craft that perfect experience for full-timers and visitors—and find the best place to stash their bikes. Adjustable lighting, massive west-facing windows and vaulted ceilings became a powerful trifecta to fuel client inspiration and employee productivity, while their inviting lobby beckons clients to come in and make themselves comfortable.

Nike+ Run Club by Coordination Asia and local architecture, Shanghai – China

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Nike has cleverly added a striking pop-up platform in Shanghai that serves as an extension for its popular range of running shoes. The newest Nike+ Run Club is captured by two striking pavilions on the premises of Shanghai Times Square, a high-end mall situated right in the heart of this bustling city.

Seattle Chocolates Factory Tour by MG2, Tukwila – Washington

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MG2 partnered with Seattle Chocolates to make this vision a reality, leading to a new retail space, a tasting room and a classroom for visitor’s in-depth chocolate education. The resulting tour takes customers down a bright magenta walkway on a behind-the-scenes tour of how the product is made, sorted and packaged.

WOODWINE bar by Atelier JMCA, Paris – France

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It was designed with two major elements: the first one is a central wooden piece which is planned to work as a large table for customers; the second element is an equipped and practical bar counter, in line with the table. This solid wooden piece clearly fits in the room.

KAMP Collection by KAMP.studio

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The studio’s first release of products aims to encourage an ethical approach to the use of 3D printing. By pairing the technology with elegant design, handcraft and quality materials the studio believes it can make products that people will love forever, rather than tire of and throw away.

Juniper Networks Office by Platform Design Ltd, Addlestone – UK

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This aspirational office space provided significant improvements in the way that the teams work and engage with each other. The space empowers employees to work efficiently in an agile way, whilst giving a strong physical signal to customers visiting the space of Juniper Network’s investment in, and commitment to innovation.

English for Fun linguistic school by Rica Studio, Madrid – Spain

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Local architects Rica Studio designed the two-storey Madrid flagship of the English for Fun linguistic school, aiming to booster the schoolchildren’s creativity, imaginations and stimulate all five senses. The centre uses the Reggio Emilia approach to teaching children a foreign language, a method that combines self-guided play, visual learning and the built environment.

Dsquared2 store by Storage Associati, Rotterdam – Netherlands

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The carefully chosen aesthetic effortlessly adapts to the given architecture, and presents a raw and contemporary backdrop of full height steel containers, neon lights, and metallic details, paired with exposed pillars, stained concrete floors and bare plastered walls.

Kellogg’s restaurant by Chipman Design Architecture, New York City

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While being a relatively small and narrow space, the Design Team did not want the restaurant to feel cramped and claustrophobic, but light and airy. With a concept based on a 1950’s retro diner with a modern twist, mid-century modern furniture was chosen and specified in addition to the use of white painted brick and clean-lined, red light fixtures to tie the space back to the Kellogg’s brand.

Dutch Lab booth at 2016 Art Beijing, Beijing – China

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Dutch Lab exhibition booth is all made of white paper that comprised in Dutch Lab’s characteristic, layering style.

Bialosky Office, Cleveland – Ohio

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The plan establishes a central core of private and flexible offices, and populates the outer edges with open studio space in clusters of 6-person teams, with a shared standing-height collaboration table. The loft-like design studios have a minimalist industrial feel, boasting a clean white aesthetic with Baltic birch accents and pops of the firm’s signature colors, deep cyan and warm red.

Home gym equipment by Tingest

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Marble dumbbells, a bamboo hula hoop and slimline kettlebell feature in Swedish brand Tingest’s vision for home training equipment. Tingest designed the collection to remove one of the biggest obstacles to exercise: time spent setting up.

Dior Homme store, Los Angeles – California

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The Dior Homme store boasts a distinct aesthetic of its own, featuring a multi-dimensional space that incorporates luxurious materials with rich and tactile finishes throughout, captured by mixture or modern and traditional elements.

EZO Cheesecakes & Bakery Store by Evonil Architecture, West Jakarta – Indonesia

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With the touch of white marble for the rectangle tables and cashier stand invigorate the luxury inside the store. The fishbone wood floor with natural color blends a luxurious and calm feeling into the design to create a united and warm atmosphere.

KEBAYA restaurant by UXUS, Amsterdam – Netherlands

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Brand specialists UXUS has designed Kebaya, positioned as the highlight of the new Departure Lounge 2 at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. The Kebaya brand was created by UXUS in partnership with HMSHost International, the world’s largest provider of food and beverage for travellers.

Syntonics branding by FormNation

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Syntonics is a holistic hair care system that was founded on the blending of science and nature and combines the very best from both nature and developments in science to treat hair from the inside out. FormNation’s focus for this project was to create a design that tells this story.

INNO_D_SHOP by DbyR, Seoul – Korea

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“INNO_D_SHOP” is a special store that displays and sells device products designed and manufactured by “INNO DESIGN”. The newly opened store was designed to be as simple as possible with a white color interior.

Preach Cafe by De Simone Design, Sydney – Australia

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Bondi’s PREACH cafe offers a contemporary health-focused menu with all the organic essentials you would expect with a middle-eastern flavour twist featuring all the classics from fresh made Hummus, Falafel and Fettouch salad, to sizzling skewers and Lamb Kofta.

Silhouettes of Kinnarps stand at Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair 2017 by Johan Ronnestam & Förstberg Ling, Stockholm – Sweden

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Now the stand has been awarded with “Editor’s Choice Award”, the jury has concluded that Kinnarps has the best stand at the fair. “To work with one of Sweden’s, and the world’s finest workspace solutions brand has been an honour. There is so much history, know-how and knowledge about the future workspace that we’ve been able to draw inspiration from.”

Hideo Kojima Office by Garde Italy + GARDE CO.,LTD, Tokyo – Japan

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Taking 1968’s movie “2001: A Space Odyssey” for design concept, the entrance “tunnel” is a reinterpretation of a spaceship. With the keyword “threshold” in mind, this spaceship would be a non-solid and tangible space intended to be a crossing gate for people coming from many different places.