Zoover Office by D/DOCK, Amsterdam – Netherlands

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Those who enter the office can immediately feel the passion of the organization: travel, the weather and the community. The result is a work environment in which the traditional office floor is eliminated, where you are motivated to make a journey through the office.

Victorinox – The New Spartan windows by DFROST, Stuttgart – Germany

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The strong character of the new black and white Swiss Army Knives serves as conceptual basis for the window display. High demand to design, the elegant appearance and the special black blade require a strong window design, which reflects the qualities of the products.

Peretti Italian Deli store by mode:lina architekci, Poznań – Polonia

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Using the space of 90 m2 inside a historic tenement house in the district of Jeżyce, Poznań, the architects of the mode:lina™ studio designed a complex of delicatessen, café and space for sommelier workshops. Inspired by the atmosphere and aesthetics of ancient Italian architecture, the designers opted for its most traditional materials, grey stone and natural wood.

Pelcraft Wall Feature by CTRC Design

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You can puzzle Pelcraft modules by your own hand and enjoy these activities with your family or friends as they are as easy as a toy. Pelcraft is like puzzle or mosaic which forms by modules, it is not just limited to a toy but on a larger scale can decorate any wall and fit any space.

Veganel restaurant by Neoos Design, Nürnberg – Germany

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The back wall is probably the main eye-catcher in the space, represented by welly boots and watering cans in display. The illustrations and wallpapers in the main room and toilettes were beautifully illustrated by Spanish illustrator Ana de Lima.

‘Enigma’ restaurant by RCR Arquitectes, Barcelona – Spain

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Adrià’s vision began to take shape once he met with RCR Arquitectes, who created a large watercolor drawing that outlined the design concept. Working alongside architect Pau Llimona, the team decided to bring the project to life using Neolith, a material developed by TheSize.

WeWork Tower 535 by NCDA, Hong Kong

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A pantry inspired by the traditional street kiosks, curved bar counter with wooden overhang inspired by the Ferry terminal, custom-designed sofas are a nod to the Star Ferry’s signature seating, bespoke lighting further evokes Hong Kong’s familiar street signage, trams and florescent lights.

Pikpäk by Magdalena Huber

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Designed to be lightweight and cheap to produce, Pikpäk is worn like a rucksack, fastening around the shoulders with fabric cords. A cap allows easy access to its contents, and also means it can be easily refilled when needed.

Party/space/design office, Bangkok – Thailand

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This part, we needed to represent the warm welcome from us to the clients and others who come to our home. In addition, the ball lamps area is spotted and people are invited to involve with this area as if hypnotised by cluster of stars in the universe.

Kaleidoscopic Ivy installation by Nendo, Tokyo – Japan

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For the exhibition, the school’s headteacher Akane Teshigahara commissioned Nendo to create a site-specific installation that would span the first floor of Tokyo’s Sogetsu Plaza, where the school is based. This space was designed as a stone garden by landscape architect and artist Isamu Noguchi, and is dominated by grey-toned rock that has been carved into different surfaces.

Jayant Group LLP Headquarters by Worksmith, Pune – India

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The spatial planning was done based of two strong philosophies; hierarchy and transparency. The floorplan was divided into two well defined areas based on access by the partners and the staff.

Grand Hyatt Dalian Show Kitchen by NAO Taniyama & Associates, Dalian – China

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The resin veil inspired by the traditional bamboo work and created by the local craftsmen will protrude from the floor to the ceiling to envelop the space and as it acts as a shade for days with strong sunlight, like a sail receiving the breeze from the sea, and a cocoon to wrap the guests gently at night.

Boulevard Paris branding by Onss Mhirsi

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Each of these packagings is designed to visually transport the customer and give them a strong sense of elegance. They are all created through minimal patterns inspired by the spaces they are named after.

Cirque lamp by Clara von Zweigbergk for Louis Poulsen

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Cirque lamp by Clara von Zweigbergk for Louis Poulsen

Boutique Convention Center by Meissl Architects, Innsbruck – Austria

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Together with Meissl Architects they reached the target of presenting the best boardrooms in town and further the Bar BBC – Boutique Convention Center. The new rooms are prosperously used for congresses, incentive, events and parties since they are perfectly customizable.

Filling Pieces showroom by Flip Ziedses des Plantes at Paris fashion week

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Much like ancient Maya temples, the modular structure is overgrown with tropical plants. Concrete elements combined with plants create a raw yet refined look, reminding of an urban landscape.

Zinc Mine Museum by Peter Zumthor in Aldo Amoretti’s photos, Sauda – Norway

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Timber supports elevate the cafe and exhibition above the rocky landscape, while the service building hangs from the side of a stone wall. The timber framework extends up the black outer walls to raise a mono-pitched corrugated zinc roof above each of the blocks.

Mercedes-Benz Thailand Headquarters by pbm, Bangkok – Thailand

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Above this space, we placed the symbolic with imported shining crystal chandelier to enhance our concept of the star and bring fabulous lighting to the property. Along the corridor, we intentionally place lighting in different size and difference direction to mimic the star in the sky.

Aïshti Summer 2017 campaign by Arte Vetrina Project

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The refresh of the latest Aïshti Summer 2017 campaign brings us into a reversed marine world. The claim “Upside down” stands out inside rotating and huge vinyl disks that create a frame around the window displays. Giant flat lay in dibond reproduce countryside images and showcase the new adhoc outfits for these window displays.