Namwon Pavilion – SanSan by Boundaries Architects, Namwon-si – South Korea

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Our pavilion, “SanSan” (山山), is an amalgamation that means “mountains and mountains.” The design is a formal interpretation of the well-known Jiri mountains, whose trail begins and ends at Namwon.

Veggie Pret café by Your Studio, London – UK

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Your Studio worked with Pret’s creative team to create a new design palette for their veggie concept, building on design features from their concept in Victoria, London. The space is vibrant, spacious and the perfect environment to officially launch their vegetarian offer after testing the market last year.

Distrito Films branding by Anagrama

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Having acomplished global reach in foreign countries such as United States, France, Spain, Canada, Chile, Argentina and Brasil, Distrito Films renewed its brand to reflect their company’s experience. Applying the basis of cinema symbols, the rebrand represents visual components and multi-burst test patterns that occurr during the video calibration process.

Malmö Saluhall by Wingårdh Arkitektkontor AB, Malmö – Sweden

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The old freight depot west of Malmö Central Station was no more than a roofless shell when two siblings, Nina Totté Karyd and Martin Karyd, bought it in order to create a market hall. In 2013 Wingårdh Architects was commissioned to transform the ruin into a market hall for about twenty vendors and restaurateurs.

1492 Pizza&Grill by Bilodunk studio, Salerno – Italy

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A pizzeria that in addition to working skillfully the flour in the barbecue a worthy enrichment of the offer. The theme of the journey to the Americas is proposed on the walls of the room, telling of the three moments: the departure from Venice, the crossing of the seas and the next arriving loaded load of … tomatoes.

Multimedia exhibition by Fondazione Prada, Milan – Italy

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The multimedia exhibition, part of Fondazione Prada’s research programme, includes historical records from Rai, paintings, sculptures and installations, and unfolds over three parts: the artistic uses of television as a medium, the political messages and activist groups onscreen and the dynamics between the sexual liberation and exploitation of the female body.

Martin Williams Office by Perkins + Will , Minneapolis – Minnesota

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Workstations are minimized to provide room for collaborative booths, small and large huddle rooms, and standing height counters along the perimeter. Huddle rooms feature over-sized graphics of creative vanguards from Bob Dylan to Maya Angelou.

Waveforms lighting collection by Sonneman

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These sculptural pendants are available in two contemporary shapes – a deep bell or broad dome. The Waveforms collection delivers a luminous interior surface that peeks through a rhythm of undulations, revealing the light.

Salón White store by Gespronor & Mas Arquitectura, A Coruña – Spain

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Salón White store by Gespronor & Mas Arquitectura, A Coruña – Spain

The Cooper Aerobics Health and Wellness Centre by Shopworks, Nanjing Loashan – China

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One of the main challenges was to specifically target and communicate with Chinese customers whilst maintaining a western brand image. This approach was fundamental in the redesign of the Cooper logo, brand idenitity and Cooper centre concept.

L’Osteria by DiPPOLD Innenarchitektur GmbH, Erlangen – Germany

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The architect Caroline Dippold and her team designed this restaurant with a new opulence using classical and true materials such as metro tiles, terrazzo flooring and brass, combined with original furniture pieces of the 60ies and 70ies. Italo Design at it’s best.

Nature’s art packaging by creativeBYdefinition

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The focus point for this packaging design concept was expressing the beauty that lies in the simple vegetables we consume every day – natures art creations. The design of the can is all about celebrating natures products and their delicious taste.

Beauty by Boozt.com by Jensen Retail Group, Ro s Torv – Denmark

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Since it is their first physical shop, we have had the opportunity to translate boozt.com’s values and develop an identity which can lead the way forward. When it comes to style, the design clearly carries references to the art deco-period’s decadent universe, where materials like brass, glass and velour are in dialogue with a sharp geometric design language.

Rice Club – Brassa de Mar by Francesc Rifé studio, Valencia – Spain

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The project is an act of balance between two features: the color brown, and a lattice system, both fixed and mobile, that will transform the restaurant, through an intelligent and dynamic way, in a completely cubic and sober space.

WoW Lab by Wutopia Lab, Shanghai – China

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The gym’s current situation is a glass box. Transparent glass creates an open illusion, but is actually a cell which we want to break. We see WoW Lab as a complex system that grows, it needs to break through its own boundaries.

AstraZeneca Office by FutureSpace, Sydney – Australia

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It was important that the colours and finishes were fresh, crisp and light and in line the with brand of Astra Zeneca as a Global Pharmaceutical company. The design is based on a global set of workplace guidelines that have been localised to represent the local Australian business.

Milos collection by Dorigo Design for Sitland

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In Milos, the seat and back form a single whole, a streamlined and stylish single shell that outlines a shape oozing graceful beauty and ultimate comfort, resting on several types of wooden or aluminium bases.

Modehaus Reichle store by Konrad Knoblauch, Salem – Germany

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The tree sculpture, the branches and the ceiling strips are all made of solid oak, and the wall frames have a powder coating in copper. The wall frames and central furniture have a recessed pilaster strip made of hard wood.

MTM Skincare spa by More Design Office, Chengdu – China

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As guests climb the stair the ceiling folds over and the walls are lit by hidden uplights creating a warm and comforting environment.

Alexandria Real Estate offices by M Moser Associates, San Francisco – California

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A mix of collaborative settings – fireplace lounge, library, café – were reinterpreted from residential space types. A layered arrival and entry experience reflects their brand and creates a welcoming area that didn’t exist before.