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‘Green oasis’: Foster + Partners reveals new Apple store in Istanbul
The Bağdat Caddesi Apple store in Istanbul is the result of a close collaboration between the integrated architecture and engineering studios at Foster + Partners and Apple’s in-house design teams. The building responds to the site and its unique environmental conditions to create a simple and harmonious form. “The structure spans the entire width of […]
News
November 4, 2021
Pattern king: Greg Natale unveils Largo collection of stone basins and tiles
Umbrellaed by the name Largo, the refreshing collection includes eight floor tiles and six basins that can be mixed and matched to achieve a scheme worthy of Greg’s approval. But even on their own, when placed among a variety of room styles, the beauty of the pieces shines through. As proposed by the inspiring campaign […]
Industrial Design
November 4, 2021
Botániqo residences in Ecuador by Tatiana Bilbao Estudio
Created with a community-centred approach, the layout of Botániqo is expected to encourage human connection through its healthy supply of shared spaces and facilities. As part of her design, Tatiana created a series of linked modules interspersed with open and closed spaces (both public and private) which generate a series of shapes so that each […]
Architecture
October 29, 2021
The first art exhibition at Egypt’s Giza Pyramids in 4500 years
“The pyramids of Egypt have a long, illustrious history of [an] extraordinary kind that has fascinated and inspired artists from all over the world,” says Nadine Abdel Ghaffar, founder of Art D’Égypte. “I have always been in awe of this extraordinary ancient civilisation that has influenced generations,” she insists. But getting the exhibition off the […]
Art
October 28, 2021
‘Types of Spaces’: A maze of glowing clay bricks by Palma + HANGHAR
Given the name Tipos de Espacio (translating to ‘Types of Spaces’), the temporary exhibit was created by two design offices, Palma from Mexico and Madrid-based HANGHAR, for the duration of Concéntrico – the international architecture and design festival of Logroño. This year marked the seventh edition of Concéntrico in Logroño, the capital of La Rioja, and […]
Design
October 27, 2021
Telosa city: A new metropolis in North America designed by BIG
Expected to break ground this side of the next decade – and welcome scores of residents soon after – the ambitious project is marketed as setting a “gold standard” in city design. Upon its opening, should investors help get the project up and running, Telosa is poised to inspire the global cities of the future. Not just […]
Events
October 22, 2021
Cinéma Le Grand Palais in Cahors by Antonio Virga Architects
When designing Cinéma Le Grand Palais, the team from Antonio Virga Architects looked to the existing buildings and their surrounds for inspiration. In particular, a commonality that was shared between each of the structures on-site. “All of the buildings were organised according to a rigorous set of planning rules, in accordance with 19th-century design practices […]
Architecture
October 21, 2021
A bunker-like fashion boutique in Japan by Toru Shimokawa
In response to the client’s brief, Shimokawa-san created the Oharasando Building; a bunker-like retail experience that moves away from the typical high-street tenancy where access and sightlines are usually granted directly from the street. The heavy building was dropped down from the bustle of the road, providing a basement level for the men’s fashion offering, […]
Architecture
October 15, 2021
Orsonero Coffee at META in Milan by David/Nicolas
Located at Via Bonvesin de la Riva in Zona Risorgimento, META features eight street-facing windows; an outlook that was made famous by the old restaurant of Gualtiero Marchesi, the master chef credited for transforming the peninsula’s cuisine and training some of Italy’s best chefs. META’s open space is overlooked by the kitchens of the restaurants […]
Hospitality Design
October 14, 2021
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Inside the Saint-André des Arts Hotel in Paris by Studio Chloé Nègre
Stepping off the street and passing through the hotel’s original solid-oak entrance doors, guests arrive in a small lobby area seemingly preserved through time. Tunes from another era fill the space, resonating from a small record player in the corner. But an emerald-coloured lacquered rattan reception desk offers a glimpse of what’s to come – a […]
Hospitality Design
October 14, 2021