Silo of Silence – Clicked Core by Haegue Yang, Berlin – Germany

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Based in both Seoul and Berlin, Korean artist Haegue Yang is known for using mundane objects and materials, ranging from industrial mass-produced items to organic and immaterial things such as smells or noises as well, to create intricate and nuanced installations.

Co-Sharing Office by Andyrahman Architect, Sidoarjo Regency – Indonesia

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Unlike modern times when humans seek to separate themselves from nature and try to dominate them, even trying to break the course of local history and traditions. In this office, precisely nature-history-tradition is used as a spatial-architectural orientation. All three are transformed into architectural formations that are aware of the interconnectedness and dependence of the entities that exist on earth.

Loop table lamps by Utu soulful lighting

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Effortlessly crafted to perfection, taking inspiration from the cyclic nature of all things, Loop table lamps stand out for their soft shapes, with opal glass globes kindly wrapped by smooth, curved structures. Movement brought to a pause, preserving a single moment in time that gives shape to Loop lamps.

Hermès store opening, Copenhagen

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Upon entering the store, shoppers come across the brand’s mosaic ex-libris, followed by a lofty, open-plan retail space that’s defined by natural blond wood, pristine white walls and back walls in a contrasting prussian blue shade. The main retail space is furnished with custom-made pieces in cherry wood, while floor-to-ceiling wooden frames, decorated with Hermès’ renowned silks, serve as partitions and add a sense of intimacy to the setting.

One Suite Hotel by 3LHD, Srebreno – Croatia

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High quality natural materials have been selected for the interior design: clean lines and lighter colors in accommodation units and darker tones in public spaces. 3LHD cooperated with Prostoria on the furnishing, a large part of the furniture bears the Croatian design signature.

Taipas Real Estate Offices by Salamanca Arquitetos, Toledo – Brazil

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The main idea was bringing the construction essence into the office by using materials in their raw forms, such as pipes and apparent concrete, which, in addition to having a connection with the company segment, contribute to the contemporary air of the project.

KATE MOSS window display by Van Den Blocke for Reserved, London – UK

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The window display consists of Kate Moss monochromatic portrait photographed by Daniel Jackson, completed by a minimalistic neon.

Lost Garden flagship store by NiiiZ Design LAB, Seoul – Korea

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The store space of Lost Garden expressesthis intention of the client to respond sensitively to trends in every nook and cranny, like hidden treasure. The harmony of masculine black and ruggedness forms abackdrop, in the center of which sits a cool circular structure expressing the infinite variability that Lost Garden aspires to. This circular structure delivers the brand message in an eye catching manner, rotating 360 degrees around its center with images of Lost Garden’s products being projected on it.

Henry’s Original cannabis packaging by Pavement

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Reminiscent of vintage apothecary labels, an unassuming brand was crafted that focuses on communicating the superior quality of Henry’s Original heirloom cannabis. Custom box structures constructed of natural papers and fine gold foil details lend a sophisticated appearance to this unpretentious brand.

ARTIS store by Arboit Ltd. Design and Architecture, Chongqing – China

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The concept tells the story of a fashion journey: precious fabrics and clothes coming form Italy are delivered to China, thy open up in the store to unveil the collection to the audience. The clothes are actually presented from inside the trucks as wall displays are styled with all the details.

Cafeteria for SAP by The Blue Leaves Design Group, Gurgaon – India

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The Cafeteria has endless seating options for flexibility and collaboration. High tables, low tables, benches, counter seating. Its also planned for larger meetings, conferences & town halls.

Tommy John Office by Float Studio, New York City

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With a subdued color palette and artful barriers that delineate spaces without putting up whole walls, we designed a versatile, utilitarian space for them – an environment to mirror their product in its refinement without indulgence.

“The After Party” by SYNC|STUDIO in The Curtain Hotel, London – UK

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We created the LA inspired ‘Electric’ display to create the perfect backdrop for the vintage pieces. Our team tapped into their Californian roots, and channeled punk rock LA vibes by utilising reclaimed raw wooden palettes, and a cladded concrete effect floor to create an industrial look and feel.

Pacific Derm by omb, Vancouver – Canada

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We achieved elegance through simplicity: a progression of spaces where the warmth of natural white oak wood, and light grey tones in the walls, natural stones, solid surface materials and furniture, add layers of sophisticated depth to a clean white milieu.

Domicile Tokyo store by Yoshiro Nishi a.k.a. Yoshirotten, Tokyo – Japan

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Fully stripped back, it now features the structure’s original wooden beams and concrete flooring, using only red transparent sliding doors as a pop of colour. Domicile Tokyo stocks a range of highly niche streetwear brands, including items from the A$ap Rocky’s design collective Awge, infinite archives, pleasures, know wave, and frog skateboards.

Palo Santo Hotel – the first Green hotel in Argentina by AISENSON Arquitectos, Argentina

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Palo Santo’s extensive sustainability program covers energy, water, CO2 and O3, insulation, air and operations. The plants are not only aesthetically pleasing, but they achieve an ecological goal by providing natural insulation for the building against climate extremes, helping to insulate the external head and cold, reducing the impact of the wind and absorbing water excess.

CARIN flagship store by NiiiZ Design LAB, Seoul – Korea

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Planterior, the combination of plant and interior, is an effective method of eco-friendly and emotionally appealing design. A new sunglasses showroom has been making waves in the famously trendy Hongdae neighborhood for its lively planterior and unique laboratory concept.

Sansibar by Breuninger by Dittel Architekten Gmbh, Stuttgart – Germany

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The fine dining area is home to a modern interpretation of the wicker beach chair. Framed in subtle beige, with light oak wood panelling on the interior surfaces, blue upholstery and marram grass, the banquet booths present an inviting and pleasant place to sit.

Growmore by Husum & Lindholm Architects

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The duo, who run a studio called Husum & Lindholm Architects, want to make it easy for anyone to construct their own three-dimensional garden – so developed a modular building kit that can be assembled in endless different configurations.