In Situ restaurant by Aidlin Darling Design, San Francisco – California

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Once inside, an informal standing and sitting lounge area is envisioned as a shared living room for the street and museum. Toward the back of the restaurant, a quiet formal dining experience is supported by a more intimately scaled and acoustically muted space.

Firebox Lighting Series Inspired by Holy Fire by Studio Avni

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Within a home, these Firebox lights add a sense of warm ambience to a space with their hand-polished copper pixels that give off a reddish glow when turned on.

Investment Firm Office by TPG Architecture, New York City

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The new space is highly progressive, forgoing traditional private offices in favor of a 100% open plan. Generous amenities, rich details, art features, and advanced technology have helped to mitigate sensitivities related to the reduction of individual space in the new plan, which has become the inspiration for several of this client’s other offices throughout the world.

“Healing pavilion” by Ball-Nogues Studio, Los Angeles – California

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The pavilion was created using 2,793 linear feet of 2-inch diameter mild steel tube. In total, 352 individual components were precisely bent with a computer numerically controlled rolling system. Together, the tubes form an occupiable structural shell with no extraneous elements.

Dam bags and Stuff store by Red5 Studio, Hochiminh City – VietNam

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Dam bags and Stuff store by Red5 Studio, Hochiminh City – VietNam

T2 Tea hosts Shoreditch artist’s workshop at London Design Festival

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Contemporary Aussie tea specialist T2 will host a week-long open workshop at its Shoreditch store showcasing the talent of some of London’s most exciting and diverse artists and illustrators to celebrate this year’s London Design Festival.

Barzzeloneta by deFORMA Estudio Creativo, Guadalajara – México

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Architectural and image design Project for the remodeling of a Beauty and Spa Salon.

Health food chain by Loko Design, Sao Paulo – Brazil

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The color orange was chosen to be the protagonist of the biggest health food chain in the country, used for the portico entrance on account of the vibrance, happiness and warmth with which the color highlights the façade against its surroundings.

Portugal SERIP Lighting Exhibition Hall by CUN Design, Beijing – China

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Exhibition hall design is a sort of display design, which combines the best space relation between people, exhibits and space. When I was commissioned by SERIP to do the design, all I wanted to do is creating a very different form of exhibition hall.

ECommPay Office interior by Katz, Riga – Latvia

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The office interior contains modern, striking elements and complex geometry: sharplines, bold patterns, circular panels, hexagonal tiles in a checkered layout. The walls are decorated in an eclectic manner, relying on the shapes of linear geometric figures.

Kotohouse by Ekaterina Vagurina

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Modern pet place Kotohouse. This solid-wood pet cave also could be used as a side table. Kotohouse has a special place on one side for sharpen a claws.

Fendi flagship store, Tokyo – Japan

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The retail space of the Italian fashion house certainly is the most iconic, thanks to a façade of arches that mimicks the Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana, its landmark headquarters in Rome.

Bodega Gin Packaging by Carrousel

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Our heavily crafted bottle takes inspiration from the East end and Gin Palace’s in the 1820’s. The decorative filigree patterns mimic designs regularly found adorned on pub mirrors and window decals throughout the Gin boom in London.

Fox Rothschild Offices by Francis Cauffman, Miami – Florida

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The design team right-sized and re-imagined the law firm’s previous workspaces, responding to firm-wide directives calling for a collaborative and flexible work environment. The designers also increased glazing to full height within public areas, maximizing the open light concept and bringing scenic views of the Bay into the core. For visual impact, they intensified the use of texture on the interior’s horizontal and vertical fields and amplified the color scheme while respecting the nature of the firm’s work and client base.

Exhibit Columbus by Snarkitecture + formafantasma, Columbus – Indiana

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For this year’s edition, Exhibit Columbus worked with five international galleries to create installations along Washington street, Columbus’ main artery. Each of these galleries selected one designer from its stable to develop an object or experience that ‘enhances human interaction and connection, and that inspires community conversations about the role of design in daily life’.

ALAND store opening, Bangkok – Thailand

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The interior design palette is dominated by stainless steel, captured by displays, shelving and wall panels, creating a modern, minimalist environment that’s geared towards millennial shoppers.

Burning Man 2017 art installations, Nevada

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The temporary metropolis, erected annually, draws colossal crowds of devoted “burners” who come to experience spirituality, community, and art. Guided by the ten principles — first documented by co-founder Larry Harvey in 2004 — participants build the city, and then burn it to the ground 9 days later.

Royal Salute – Festive Pack by Tom Lane

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The idea derived from ‘The Field of the Cloth of Gold’, a 1520 meeting between the kings of England and France. Taking inspiration from the awnings and fabrics of the occasion.

Bar Eduard’s by DIA – Dittel Architekten, Stuttgart – Germany

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Named after the founder of the Breuninger department store, this new lifestyle bar is making a bold statement in the new quarter. The striking design provides a fresh perspective on a piece of history, making the counters the focal point of where it’s at, much like the early days of bar culture.

Movistar eSports Centre by Stone Designs, Madrid – Spain

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The building is an important cultural centre and architectural symbol in the city, and Stone Designs wanted to respect it. Rather than altering the Casa del Lector, the architects constructed a series of structures intended to co-exist in harmony with the building.