Xanverí, the first restaurant of chef César Anca by estudi{H}ac, Madrid – Spain

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Xanverí is much more than just a restaurant. It is a culinary proposal in a space filled with tradition and design. The history of the neighbourhood, its origin –which dates back to Napoleonic times– and its architecture are the common thread that inspires José Manuel Ferrero, creative director of estudiHac to create and make this new project unique.

New-look visual merchandising system for Regatta by Leach, Huddersfield / Manchester – UK

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At only 65mm thick, the streamlined wall-mounted system integrates eye-catching graphics with ultra-bright LED illumination and slick magnetic shelving, for maximum impact as soon as a customer arrives.

Ubesol Office Building by Ramon Esteve Estudio

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The new office building has been designed following the premises of a new “work culture”. The proposal includes the extension and refurbishment of the existing office building, according to the idea of an open office.

The Cut Rooftop, a cocktail bar/restaurant by NE-ON, Shanghai – China

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This new restaurant & cocktail bar is a space where time stops: a glass box in the craziness of Shanghai. It is a connection between the past and the future of the megalopole: we observe the city from high, but we are actors of what happens down there.

Hunter by Umdasch Shopfitting, London – UK

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In future a new, flexible shopfitting system by Umdasch Shopfitting will be used to transport the corporate identity of Hunter even more clearly. First showrooms, amongst others in Londons Regent Street, were fitted out with furniture in autumn 2016. The global rollout will take place from February 2017.

Lockerroom store by Joshua Florquin Architecture

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The design is characterized by sober minimal lines and a dynamic brass ceiling that unifies the space. Niches and volumes generate a dynamic circulation and give the possibility to display each shoe as a unique object.

Boyunlancui branding by Chinoiserie

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Chinoiserie team, deconstructing the traditional Chinese cloud pattern, designs the outline of the eyes in the logo’s main pattern. The core figure in the middle of the logo, learning from Chinese ancient water and mountains, refines the most valuable color and pattern system, and describes again Chinese pastoral sceneries of magnificent mountains, shinning clouds and shadowy trees.

SoulSpice – Taste That Matters bio spices brand design by Studio Grau

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For Studio Grau it was important to create a premium look for the packaging while remaining natural and without frippery. The strong sustainable approach of the brand, should be present, but not overweight the spice itself.

Maison Papillon restaurant by NE-ON, Shanghai – China

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The space has been designed to combine classic French touches with a contemporary atmosphere. The selection of the materials was very important in order to create a warm and cosy atmosphere: we mixed wood floor, carpet, brass and mirrors.

Penelope Store by YK Mimarlık, Istanbul – Turkey

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Penelope is a leader in home design and goose feather products. The concept of the company is “Good sleep, but how?” Utilizing that motto as the starting point, and using the sleep concept, the store has a calm simplicity and a natural front panel.

Collaborative office space made of a Historical Belgian Chapel by Klaarchitectuur, Belgium

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The design intervention features public spaces and stacked volumes containing work settings, opening the historic building to the wider public for a range of events. The design strategy included maintaining a large open space at the heart of the old chapel.

Walnut furniture by Office of Architecture, Tribeca – New York

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Black American walnut boards cover the entire floor and the walls are painted white to provide continuity across the open-plan space, with light filtering in through white net curtains.

Maison Marasil Concept Store by Design Team, Athens – Greece

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The idea behind the new concept was to create the scenery and feeling of a “Home” as the store name suggests. A fun environment for kids combined with a comfortable shopping experience for the customers.

Prezzemolo & Vitale London Store by Studio DiDeA & AFA Arredamenti, Chelsea / London – UK

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The shop combines the traditions of a neighbourhood store with a high end deli selling only the very best, traditional Sicilian as well as Italian delicacies, and it shows two large windows at street level with an inside space of 160 square meters on one floor.

Interiors and branding for Fancy Crab restaurant by DesignLSM, Marylebone / London – UK

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DesignLSM’s brief was to encapsulate the provenance of the Red King Crab into the interior and branding of the scheme; creating a refined dining destination that would attract city workers and tourists within the area.

Louvre Abu Dhabi Museum by Jean Nouvel, Abu Dhabi – UAE

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Louvre Abu Dhabi is the first ever outpost abroad of the renowned Louvre Museum in Paris, and not surprisingly, it oozes a similar grandeur and prestige. Mind you, the French museum has agreed to loan its name to the Emirati venue for 30 years, in addition to providing temporary exhibitions for 15 years, and artworks for ten years.

Bonava office by CRI Architekten, Neu-Isenburg – Germany

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The special feature: The new offices are located in a former movie theater. Thus, the 750 square meters of space now boast ultra-modern offices with the feel of lofts – complete with open spaces, a gallery level and glass think-tanks.

By The Sea AÏSHTI FW 2017 by Arte Vetrina Project

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The concept takes inspiration from a retro style and want to recall a savor typical of the 1920s. The atmosphere is gained through brassed lamps and soft lights and colors.

Peninsula Store by ARRCC, Abu Dhabi – Dubai

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The client’s vision for the store was to offer an experience that would encourage customers to spend ample time in the store, enjoying the products as much as the surroundings.

Sport Förg by Konrad Knoblauch GmbH, Friedberg – Germany

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The geometric shapes of movement appear everywhere: in the figures, the ceiling lamps in the staircases, as markings on the floor, in the counter and as shelving elements.