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Jurlique beauty shop by curage design office, Nagoya – Japan

April 27th, 2016

Jurlique beauty shop by curage design office, Nagoya – Japan

Salsa Fiesta restaurant by Greg Gayle & Casa Conde, Miami – Florida

April 23rd, 2016

The design concept is simply to bring the urban street atmosphere indoor in the fast-casual style food environment. The interior artwork utilizes a mixture of vintage Mexican posters and modern typography to evoke the best of both worlds.

Energoprom Offices by IND Office, Moscow – Russia

April 21st, 2016

Street art is expressed not only in graffiti and the color score of the office, but in ingenious details too. For instance, lighting in the kitchen is provided by lamps in the shape of the iconic Campbell’s soup cans.

Saltz restaurant by Rolf Sachs, Zurich – Switzerland

April 5th, 2016

In the 280 sqm restaurant Sachs combines unusual materials such as neon lights, salt, rock and felt in an unexpected way to form artworks and custom made furniture paired with classic chair designs by Eero Saarinen and Jean Prouvé.

The Treehouse Project workspace by SFD, London – UK

April 3rd, 2016

A focus on detail was key for us to ensure that the signature bleached wood finish was consistent throughout the building while creating a contemporary backdrop. Creativity Vs productivity was a key factor within the brief and this is reflected through mini pockets of play throughout the space.

Fish Restaurants! George’s Tradition Fish & Chips by Philip Watts Design, London – UK

April 1st, 2016

The two floor space with 120 covers features a ground floor storefront for take-away orders and a gin bar, while the upstairs kid-friendly space boasts a series of small beach huts where the fish and chips are served in buckets with a sand shovels.

Alliander office by Fokkema & Partners, Duiven – Netherlands

April 1st, 2016

Thanks to creative solutions from the entire consortium in collaboration with employees of Alliander, 80 percent of these resources are reclaimed materials.

Aesop store by Case-Real, Sapporo – Japan

April 1st, 2016

Stainless steel was used to create the display shelves and other functional fixtures throughout the store including the demonstration sink – an important fixture in all the Australian brand’s stores.

Fred International Showroom by Simone Haag & Angela Harry, Sydney – Australia

March 30th, 2016

Dallah coffee pot by Associated Architects Partnership, Kuwait City – Kuwait

March 20th, 2016

Traditionally made out of glistening metals such as brass, steel, silver or gold, the dallah presents itself as an exquisite tool reflecting its holder’s cordiality and kindness and embodying his/her precious intentions of making people feel warm and welcomed.

Little Oscar restaurant and bar by Biasol: Design Studio, Melbourne – Australia

March 18th, 2016

The way the light is received by the concrete, combined with the lowered ceilings at the rear of the restaurant provides a further level of intimacy to the space.

Masquespacio office interior & branding

March 13th, 2016

Regarding to the colour election of the brand, it allows to play continuously with the various brand’s colours and choose the most “trendy” colour for each moment and project. This fact shows clearly the versatile nature from Masquespacio as a multidisciplinary design studio that works both on commercial as well as exclusive projects.

CORAZYs store by Emmanuelle Moureaux, Tokyo – Japan

March 10th, 2016

Large colorful books are arranged in shelves, like a library of colors. Although the store appears colorful when viewed from outside, the space inside is partitioned by large shelves colored in orange, pink, green and blue, creating a small world of four distinctive colors.

The Most Minimal Pen by VERGEco

March 8th, 2016

The Most Minimal Pen by VERGEco

Hillam Architects Office, Perth – Australia

March 3rd, 2016

Key drivers involved creating a sense of arrival and an instant immersion into the space, with the design encouraging transparency from reception through to workspaces.

Ankara Store by studio201architects, Saitama – Japan

February 25th, 2016

To ensure further natural light, an opening between floors was made so day lighting would come in from the south facing windows of the second floor.

Saigon Senses restaurant by Span Design, Wollongong – Australia

February 23rd, 2016

The fresh new interior uses colourful window shutter panels as a reoccurring feature throughout the space while the custom wall graphic illustrating Vietnamese country life creates a focal point for customers.

D&R Headquarters by OSO Architecture, Istanbul – Turkey

February 22nd, 2016

Accordingly, the modern and contemporary design language as adopted is blended with the color use, and vitality and dynamism are brought to the interior spaces.

Mak Mak restaurant by NC Design & Architecture, Hong Kong

February 19th, 2016

Inside the windowless restaurant, lights shine behind rattan-covered walls to create a soft glow that could be mistaken for sunlight.

Tartufo trattoria / restaurant by YOD Design Studio, Lviv – Ukaraine

February 15th, 2016

In a color scheme we stuck to light tones, so the interior was made airy and modest, with a pleasant impregnation of shades of brass. Visual accents are placed by means of individually developed elements of a decor and lighting.