Chocolate Brown Solarium by Csiszér Design, Szombathely – Hungary

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Summerly mood, cheerful colors. This concept was followed at the design of the solarium. Lighting and colors are in harmony with special plexiglass solutions. The colorful separating panels bring to life the shades of the Pantone color chart.

Coffee Craft Café by United Units Architects, Beijing – China

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The bar comprises of wall panels of shiny steel and capsule-shaped copper equivalents on the ceiling. Arguably the most appealing part of Coffee Craft is the seating area with a visually stunning indoor cactus garden as a focal point.

Volkshotel by Buro Curious, Amsterdam – Netherlands

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Within one of the Amsterdam hotel’s ‘special rooms’ – each designed around a unique concept – Buro Curious has splashed projected scenes of the iconic red light district against the walls and windows of the otherwise completely white interior.

Saatchi & Saatchi office by M Moser Associates, New York City

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The interior open plan has a floating linear slot wood ceiling strategically placed to create hub areas where collaborative spaces have been created.

Stickbulb X Collection by Rux

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The X Collection features a chandelier and side table constructed of sustainable wood and hardware made of polished or matte cast brass.

Wrattens shop café by Nugget Design, London – UK

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Bespoke display tables carefully enhanced the brand while allowing the focus to remain on the featured products on sale.

MR. SIMON cocktail bar by Visual Display, Udine – Italy

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Customers are treated as guests in Simon’s house, where everything is designed to make them feel good: the music, low lights, mirrors and colored velvet furnishing. The experience is enchanting and immersive: cocktails are unusual and can be chosen from menus collected by the host during his trips around the world or improvised by the inspiration of the moment.

Puro Hotel Palma by OHLAB, Palma de Mallorca – Spain

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The 22-room boutique hotel recently underwent a renovation by design studio OHLAB who had the challenging task of working with, rather than against, the building’s complex configurations due to its existing structures.

The Landwave office by PAL Design, Shanghai – China

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This new working landscape composed of positive and negative spaces – wrapped around with a radically aseptic combination of white corian and a layer of natural timber. As a result of the lopping envelope, a diversity of space was provided for meeting and interaction.

Lorusso – Heart Made Food jam branding by Cabello x Mure

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A company, half Spanish and half Italian, which is born with a clear concept when it comes to elaborate its products. Its dedication transforms into the elaboration of exquisite quality extra jams. It was very important that the brand and packaging transmit these high range values of the product, served also in spherificated format.

Visionary Clubhouse by PAL Design, Hong Kong

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A central theme of the design here is specifically about creating a natural and harmonious environment. Tailored timber and natural stone in their various shapes and hues echo the overall calm but warm atmosphere, in a zen-like but contemporary setting.

BLEND coffee bar by Kostandian, Shenzhen – China

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BLEND’s design caters to the taste of young techies populating the area of the industrial zone. Based on the location and the young demographic of the area, it was decided to have a minimalist approach to the design of both visual identity and interior, following the principles of the icon of clean design in the tech industry – Apple.

The Street Ratchada by Architectkidd, Bangkok – Thailand

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Located in an important urban space at a busy intersection in Bangkok, Architectkidd proposed to design a permeable architectural envelope for The Street Ratchada where interior activities could be showcased along with outdoor urban activities. The design was realized with the use of Reynobond Aluminum Composite Panels.

Palo Alto Networks Office by Setter Architects,Tel Aviv – Israel

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The design inspiration evolved from the aim of introducing that colorful eclectic low-tech outside environment into the 24th floor where Palo Alto, one of the world’s most innovative companies, is located. As the design team, we imported characteristic elements from the outside environment, filtered them into a design vocabulary and gave them different uses.

Renard ‘GT’ carbon fiber motorcycle

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The “GT”s’ body integrates the motorcycle’s frame, gondolas, petrol tank and air box into a single load-bearing structure. The sleek, rugged exterior gives the Renard its distinctive appearance. Its carbon-fiber monocoque is a featherweight at just 11 kilograms, and is reinforced with kevlar, enhancing resistance from impact and vibration.

Valentino store by David Chipperfield Architects, São Paulo – Brazil

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Following the opening of its first store at Cidade Jardim mall in São Paulo four years ago, revived Italian fashion house Valentino has opened a second boutique at Jk Iguatemi, a rivalling luxury mall situated only a stone’s throw away across the Pinheiros river.

Oracle Office by RMW architecture & interiors, Santa Clara – California

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The project team designed flexible work environments to accommodate the preferences of its multigenerational talent, 70% now enjoy open workspaces on with natural light and campus views, while 30% have internal private offices with frosted window-facing walls.

EME Catedral Hotel by Juan Pedro Donaire & Sandra Tarruella & Isabel López, Sevilla – Spain

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Resulting from the restoration of 14 Sevillian houses from the 16​ century with a great historic value, the hotel is located inside the true heart of the city of Seville, just a few meters away from the emblematic Giralda and the Cathedral of Santa María Reyes, the biggest gothic temple in the world.

Wolfburn whiskey branding by Progress Packaging

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Progress have produced four different kinds of packaging for Wolfburn’s whisky, including two variations of cartons as well as two paper over board rigid boxes — all of which feature foil-blocking and gloss UV varnishing to the outers.

G4S office by Lefteris Tsikandilakis, Crete – Greece

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The construction and decoration of the commercial office for the security outsourcing company G4S was based on the dynamic of the brand, its character and its close association with technology. Our aim was to highlight the existing strong brand name that promotes the space, products and services through our futuristic design.