Polak Building by Paul de Ruiter Architects, Rotterdam – Netherlands

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The outfitting is playful and unconventional. The strip of wood separating the meeting area near the atrium from the walking routes is multifunctional. Along its length, this structure transitions from being part of the floor, to convenient seating, and even into functional work desks.

BAZAR store by Joanna Kubieniec, Katowice – Poland

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The most important for second hand BAZAR project was to protect and focus on what is the most interesting in these pavilions. Large windows, open staircase, high ceilings, the original flooring and unusual details will again be the key points highlighted with carefully selected furniture and fittings.

Noho store by Gespronor & Mas Arquitectura, A Coruña – Spain

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Noho store by Gespronor & Mas Arquitectura, A Coruña – Spain

Spotless office by CCWS Interiors, London – UK

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The design isn’t about splashing corporate colours all over the walls. It’s a subtle collection of soft tones and hues, mixed with concrete reclaimed woods and contrasting retro-styled furniture and fabrics.

Munwood Lakeside design hotel by Init Design Office, Dali – China

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The relationship between the building and the road is difficult to deal with. So a half sinking public space was designed to make a link. Space below the partition can make a psychological link with the water .

Reflets de France packaging by Maxime Genier

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Reflets de France’s products are issued from the French culinary heritage. But what would this heritage be without growers, men and women, young and less young, working every day to spread our land around the world.

l’Occitane au Brésil boutique by centdegrés, Sao Paulo – Brazil

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Every detail counts, from the floor tiles, parquet flooring and plants to the large wooden table and sun-filled conservatory. The space is soft and joyous, calm and invigorating, singular and plural and colourful: a place where visitors can either whisper or speak out their minds and take in their surroundings by looking, feeling and touching the products.

Atelier Peter Fong by Lukstudio, Guangzhou – China

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Large cut-outs connect the café to the exterior and frame the surrounding greenery. On the inside, white ceiling pockets and wooden niches create a sense of intimacy.

Complements chocolates by Universal Favourite & Bakedown Cakery

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Designed to give to clients as end-of-year gifts, the chocolates are described by the studio as a “modular system” of pair-and-share treats and are shaped like small flights of steps.

Peacock Technology office by .DWG, Surat – India

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Wooden elements such an entrance door, stool legs, reception desk legs, some old furniture’s etc… were found from the old houses of city. Moreover student of fine arts were appointed to make the paper lampshades, partition from the ropes, and benches.

Adidas Runners club by Forbis Group, Warsaw – Poland

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The concept uses a various types of lighting: decorative, rail, spotlights and general. Its characteristic feature are the neon signs, which refer to the Warsaw style of the communist era, just like the furniture of the polish design, including eg. The famous Chierowski armchair.

Amour Vert store by BCV Architects, Palo Alto – California

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Freestanding shelving units create walls of patterned fabric, while sculptural elements and simple graphics throughout complement the store’s open, airy feel.

The Cutting Edge Pharmacy by KTX archiLAB, Himeji – Japan

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The starting point of this design was to question the criteria that customers use to select a pharmacy, beside the geographical location. What would make a pharmacy better than another one? The purpose of visiting a pharmacy is the same, purchasing medicines and seeking healing.

VMS Investment Group Headquarters by Aedas Interiors, Hong Kong

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A strong hospitality element was created by positioning their café in the most prominent location at the entrance, providing immediate social connection to clients, visitors and staff. The material palette is a selection of warm and natural materials creating a comfortable and inviting environment, while accent colours, furniture and unique artwork provide the drama and excitement.

Spice containers by DESIGNO-patagonia

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Influenced by the transformation of matter through time, Argentinian studio DESIGNO-patagonia has interpreted how rocks become pebbles and how water erodes earth through their latest “cuecos” collection. This unusual set consists of spice containers for a contemporary kitchen as well as storage items for personal belongings.

ACH Vegan Chocolate Limited edition packaging by Gintarė Ribikauskaitė

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The main goal of these packages is to convey winter and holiday spirit. This is achieved using gold foil, typographical and graphical elements which takes you into the turmoil of sparkling holidays!

Martel am Bellevue store by Dioma, Zürich – Switzerland

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Warm and authentic materialisation lends the product the necessary value and connects wonderfully with the listed architecture of the thirties.

Weber’s restaurant by Dioma, St. Gallen – Switzerland

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Dioma AG: Development, design and realisation of a modern elegant gastronomy concept for roughly 50 guests (existing space at the “Webersbleiche” Centre as a connection of the surrounding “Mode Weber” fashion space). Interior design, lighting and labelling concept as well as consultation for the retail and gastronomy requirements.

Thompson Exhibition Building by Centerbrook Architects and Planners, Mystic – Connecticut

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Wood was the ideal material for these purposes because it can economically enclose a large clear-span space while forming complex organic geometries. The intention overall was a wooden structured volume that would suggest a hull’s interior architecture.

Health Plan San Mateo office by AP+I Design, San Francisco – California

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The final solution is an open environment with abundant natural light, sweeping views to the surrounding hills, and motion-sensored LED lighting systems.