Fleesensee Schlosshotel by Kitzig Interior Design – Architecture Group, Fleesensee – Germany

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The new design concept of the restaurant combines historic architecture with new, modern and opulent aspects.

Ocean packaging by Jekyll and Hyde

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In order to demonstrate the freshness of the product we decided to show that the consumer buys almost live fish.

Mackage flagship store by Burdifilek, Montreal – Canada

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Backlit, wall-to-wall photography of Canada’s rocky mountains, sculptural marble displays in the shape of icebergs and trim black racks with thin marble shelves articulate each zone.

Vino e Cucina restaurant by YoDezeen, Kiev – Ukraine

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Underground industrial style bar counter consists of concrete tabletop fixed on mesh reinforcement filled with cordwood.

Poly ShowRoom by waa (we architech anonymous), Shanghai – China

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Subtle color was applied to the scrim fabric, yellow to black then grey finally the white, transitioning colors promotes changes in perception enhancing a sense of excitement, which interact with visitor’s mood.

PRS office by Paritzki & Liani Architects, Tel Aviv – Israel

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In the new office, the product is used to create a billowing ceiling intended to reference undulating forms of a cloudy sky and the ocean, both of which are visible through the windows.

Harry Allen Esque lighting series by Harry Allen & Esque Studio

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The resulting forms are physically shaped by the process of their making. Grotesque forms are softened by a bright, sophisticated color palette and material application.

Valentino men’s store by David Chipperfield, Singapore

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Terrazzo flooring and matching wall panels form the sleek backdrop of custom-made timber furnishings, massive marble displays and wall-mounted clothing racks in shiny brass.

Offworld Salon by Whitespace, Bangkok – Thailand

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Offworld Salon by Whitespace, Bangkok – Thailand

Vorne Fair Stand Fensterbau Frontale 2016 by YERce Architecture, Nurnberg – Germany

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When choosing materials, it is preferred to have neutral and non-textured vertical surfaces to the front of which the products were placed and textured and live inclined surfaces on the top elevation to provide a balance by adding warmth to the subject.

Paddy Power office by ThirdWay Interiors, London – UK

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The 6 foot horse cantilevered on one hoof jumping through the reception into the boardroom is the memorable impression that Paddy Power are always looking to make.

Molnár Borház Dry White Wines labels by Ferenc Deak

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The wine has a pattern that make reference to the first word of the wine’s name. Thus makes us easier to recognize, intensifies the view. For example k like Királyleányka, g like Generosa or t like Tramini.

A.P.C. store by Laurent Deroo, San Francisco – California

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Narrow, deep, and as said, with high ceilings, the space was stripped of anything ornate to show off the dimensions in their purest form. Playing on this depth, a number of presentation alcoves counter the corridor effect, while also highlighting items from the collection.

Aomori Apple Kitchen by fan Inc., Aomori – Japan

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The wooden partition has been created with concept of “drawing Oirase woods into the restaurant” and exquisitely create two spaces of active buffet area and comfortable dining area. Also with this wooden partition and lighting adjustment, light and shadow flip around from morning to night and it produces completely different atmospheres for breakfasts and dinners.

Dome lamp by Benedetta Tagliabue for Bover

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Simultaneously, it references the geodesic work of Buckminster Fuller and the result sees Tagliabue’s ‘Dome’ lamp formed of more than 170 puzzled wood pieces.

AT Office by Est Architecture, Montreal – Canada

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The choice of materials is simple: the wood in the form of plywood and OSB as well as glass. The resulting image is consistent with the carrier’s philosophy of openness, simplicity and transparency in addition to creating a warm, relaxed and cheerful working environment.

Miyahata Jōmon Museum by Furuichi and Associates, Fukushima – Japan

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On the first-floor mezzanine, a raised walkway offers a view down to the ruins, and also leads out to a balcony offering expansive views of the surrounding rural landscape.

Olive des Olive store by curage design office, Shanghai – China

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Olive des Olive store by curage design office, Shanghai – China

Jouri Dessert & Tea by Red5 Studio, Hanoi – Vietnam

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Jouri Dessert & Tea by Red5 Studio, Hanoi – Vietnam

BLAU tree collection by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos for GANDIABLASCO

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The BLAU tree is an ode to Mother Nature and the enjoyment of Mediterranean life. More than simply a light: it transcends its geometric design with branches of aluminium profiles that project lines of indirect lighting, creating an exceptional ambience for living magical moments 365 days of the year.