Uber’s office by Bean Buro, Hong Kong

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The 830 sq.m workplace, on the top floor of an existing office building, clearly manifests volumes and functions.
In fact, Bean Buro‘s interpretations of the city waterfront topography and curvy mountains produce a voluptuous dark blue vessel that contains meeting rooms, service areas and private working booths.

Grit coffee table by Avi Fedida

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Going through several processes, the sandpaper successfully maintains his appearance, while smooth to touch and extremely durable and practical. Grit’s one-of-a-kind items gives a new perspective about what makes a space come to life.

37th Street at Asian Corner restaurant by TD solutions, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

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The combination of simple and raw finishing materials such as concrete, timber, patterned glass, bamboo pendants… sent the restaurant back to the time of 1950s in Saigon and recalled the values of Asian textures.

Sony PlayStation shop by studio IMA, Seoul – South Korea

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For expressing the floating space, we decided to increase the flooring queries white and reflection values (gloss) more than before so that the ceiling circular illumination is better projected.

Ironhide Game Studios offices by Martinez Rudolph Architects, Montevideo – Uruguay

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The color gradient appropriately codifies the space in a both a friendly and understandable manner and is reiterated in the carpeted floor, furniture and articulated band that runs along the program.

Mhondoro Game Lodge by All-In Living, Welgevonden – South Africa

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To give the interior design a unique and personal character, we designed several pieces of custom furniture. We used robust and natural materials that enhance the feeling of the African nature and wilderness. Designing the furniture ourselves allowed us to seamlessly connect the design with the architecture.

Kiyoi packaging & interior by Yusuke Taguchi Design

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In graphics, we designed the icons in order to inform a softness of the fabrics, the foaming parometer, and the illustration of a suitable situation.

Active In Style flagship store by Unibox, London – UK

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The Ledge 65 Magnetik lightbox is an easy, cost-effective graphic display tool that is quick to refresh with new graphics and easy to re-configure the magnetic shelves and hooks. Custom perimeter units designed to fit into recessed alcoves in the surrounding walls were made using the 25|25 modular system for a sleek, modern and monochromatic look and feel.

Otto e mezzo bistro bar by Ark4lab, Thessaloniki – Greece

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Industrial, urban, and clearly informed by contemporary western trends, Ark4LOA’s Otto e Mezzo remains wholeheartedly Greek, its laid-back Mediterranean mood an underlying aesthetic.

Hui Origin of Everything installation by C.DD, Foshan – China

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Visitors could come into this space alone through a narrow entrance, walk slowly and circle the space with the playing of background music which has a sense of ritual. While looking through the gaps between the bamboos, semi-finished Chinese Southern lion and Chinese leather drum placed in the centre could be seen; it is like a journey from outside to inside of both your inner self and the environment.

Lobbies by Tighe Architecture, Los Angeles – California

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The panels are affixed to walls and ceilings. In the lobby areas, they extend beyond the front door to form dramatic exterior canopies. White LEDs shine through holes in the metal panels. The patterning was inspired by raindrops in one building and a network of highways in the other.

MDCK child abuse multidisciplinary centre by All-In Living, Hoofddorp – Netherlands

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The high- backed chairs and walls create an intimate and safe environment. For the windows, we designed a pattern with trees to avoid being overlooked. But we did make sure that daylight can enter, because daylight has a major impact on your mood. And off course we provide plenty of play elements so the children can be entertained.

Grace Lee showroom by Early Work, Los Angeles – California

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We began by dividing the loft into four distinct sections—a private office, a showroom, a lounge and a custom appointment area—ensuring that each space flowed from one to the other. We then designed and fabricated a bespoke set of furniture, fixtures, lighting and decorative elements to help showcase Grace’s jewelry in a truly one-of-a-kind environment.

Casa Nori restaurant by Yodezeen, Kiev – Ukraine

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Kiev restaurant Casa Nori inaugurated in Kiev not so far and will definitely become a new discovery among Ukrainian restaurants and probably not only Ukrainian. It will be operating in the format of Cicchetteria – arisen in Venice of the 19th century gastronomical locations where the protagonists of menu have been various sorts of wine and local types of snacks.

The Keenfolks agency office by Guillermo Santomà, Barcelona – Spain

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Conceived as an art gallery, the office has ivory walls that make an ideal setting for Santomà’s furniture. “It’s like an exhibition space,” he says. “The pieces really pop against the white backdrop.” Breaking the geometry of the space is a 2-m-tall hemispheric meeting room – or “cupola”, as the designer calls it – clad in 3-mm-thick MDF, transparent panels, mirrors and palm fronds, any of which can be detached and shifted to another position.

Stellenbosch University Faculty of Medicine by MLB Architects, Cape Town – South Africa

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The most significant material used in the project is that of the Hulabond aluminum screens. Part of the client’s vision was to have break-way spaces from the main auditorium that would have a visual connection with the campus surroundings.

Beanberry Roastery by Liqui Design, London – UK

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Goldis Deli by Studio Yaron Tal, Jerusalem – Israel

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Goldis deli located in Jerusalem is a cosher deli for religious Jewish people. The place serves a variety of cooked food, salads, pastries and more… Jewish delis are mostly designed with 3 colors: white, black, grey.

Timón restaurant by STUDIO C8, Hong Kong

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The patterned tile in subdued colors was used on the floor at the ground level including the entrance poach to set the casual atmosphere of Spanish bar. On the floor of the first level, we selected antique oak timbers to make the warmth and comfortable feeling.

The First Words of Paper exhibition by INS architecture studio, Tianjin – China

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“The First Words of Paper”- the original voice of a paper, it is spontaneous, just like the baby voice. It present a complete state, an original state or a final state. INS focus the process from the beginning to the ending, it means the forming process.