V&A Museum shop by Friend and Company, London – UK

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It forms one of the main routes into the exhibition spaces, so had to also accommodate people passing through. It was this that led Friend to design the shop as a pair of pavilions – creating “a concept of lanes and street facades”.

Scenographic tableau by Edoardo Tresoldi & DesignLab, Abu Dhabi – UAE

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Using his signature wire mesh material, Tresoldi has sculpted a landscape of monumental architectural objects that engage with natural elements placed throughout. Classical typologies — like colossal columns and dramatic domes — interact with modernist geometries, blending two worlds that exist in both harmony and contrast.

Adagio Hotel by Kitzig Interior Design – Architecture Group, Moscow – Russia

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Inspired by the corporate design color, the shades of red range from delicate pink to claret. In combination with glossy materials, the rooms are presented in an elegant yet modern design.

Dancing Leopard visual identity by Claire Hartley

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Inspired by glistening Ibizan sunsets, we used copper as an accent — a texture on screen or foil block in print. Aqua and azure make up the secondary palette — so bright and energetic they’re used across social media and print where we can be more playful in application.

Ceramic Shoppe by a + t associates, Vadodara – India

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Ceramic Shoppe by a + t associates, Vadodara – India

The Locksmith restaurant by Studio Y, Foshan – China

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The cocktail bar on the first floor is moodier and more enigmatic and drenched in lush velvets, ghoulish fixtures and eclectic props. By the time you’ve completely surrendered to The Locksmith’s charm, you enter the rooftop garden where animals run wild amidst overgrown vines, brass monkeys and floral motifs.

b10 stand at Cevisama by VXLAB, Valencia – Spain

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Through a rod module system lately covered with fabric, the exterior walls sketch in the air the facade of an iconic factory. This system, dyed in the corporate indigo blue, contrasts with clean white of the walls and floors
inside.

STRV offices by Studio Perspektiv, Prague – Czech Republic

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Lead architect Martin Stara designed modern offices that combine fun with functional for STRV’s multinational team of web and app developers and designers. The open layout includes two terraces, a large multipurpose event space for hackathons and developer meetups as well as an expansive rooftop bar, jacuzzi and gym.

New collection by Alessandro Zambelli for Adele-C

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The geometric fragmentation of the Black Walnut top communicates the desire to invest the object with dynamism. Like a macro-inlay, a weft is created, then broken down into neat panes. Its singularity lies in the repetitions in the same direction as the wood veins.

Yves Rocher flagship store by Workshop, Paris – France

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The interior of the store is an invitation for customers to explore the “Cosmétique Végétale” range through an innovative and multi-sensory experience. Glass, natural and living materials are combined seamlessly with technology and beauty to bring a breath of fresh air to the frenzied shopping of the Champs Elysées.

Soupexpress restaurant by Exclaim, BeiJing – China

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In this space, we used titanium rose-plated mix marble to make lamps, which can display the delicate atmosphere and also present the value of food culture.

Hey Lucy restaurant by DQ – Depero Quadrigea, Linköping – Sweden

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The food, colors and smells are at the center of an environment that generates curiosity and creates a vibrant atmosphere where you want to hang out with friends and family. The concept has been developed with the well-reputed and expressive concept agency DQ.

Stand Barcelona Catalonia at MIPIM 2017 by Baas Arquitectura

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A regular grid of wood columns, hold a similar ceiling structure which in concordance with the natural fibers pavement conforms a warm and Mediterranean environment.

SEONgon Office by D+ Studio, Hanoi – Vietnam

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The curves are reflected in much of the office space, which represents the simplicity of SEONgon’s brand identity. Another purpose is to create a visual effect between the ceiling and the floor in the entire office space.

Limited-Edition, Designer Bicycles by Tokyobike

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Each designer took a different approach and the results are a trio of limited-edition bikes that you can proudly sport around town knowing you’re one of the few that owns one. Each bicycle is available in limited edition via custom order in tokyobike’s Nolita store or online.

Rchmnd store by Omar Gandhi Architect, Halifax – Canada

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From the outside, glazing frames products displayed on white millwork – giving visitors the impression of a minimal, monochromatic space. Along both walls, recessed cavities provide room to hang clothing or place shelves.

Make B. kiosk by Estúdio Jacarandá, Curitiba – Brazil

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The store´s design concept should be fashionable, cool and sophisticated like the make up universe of Make B. For this, visual references from the cinema and photography and the atmosphere of movie sets were used.

Cross Café by Studio UNIT, Hong Kong

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The color theme – white, red, and black, came from the original design of the milk bottle and challenges traditional colors found in the old cafés.

#beatofretail at Euroshop 2017 by Konrad Knoblauch, Düsseldorf – Germany

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At his year’s Euroshop, company Knoblauch presented the #beatcafé on a vintage bus which was placed outside the exhibition area. A relaxed atmosphere, a cosy open fire, delicious coffee, laid-back people.

Spirit Realty Capital Office by IA Interior Architects, Dallas – Texas

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Maps and Texas materials, such as stone, wood, and leather, are incorporated, while giving the space contrast for added warmth and a homey feeling. Patterns and glass film utilized for additional graphics are inspired by the firm’s real estate topography.