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Egeo Greek restaurant in Valencia by Masquespacio 
The move into Valencia marks the next step in Thanasis’ chain of Egeo souvlaki restaurants, building upon two already established venues in Madrid. Offering generous servings of skewer-grilled meat and vegetables, the Greek restaurants boast a strong following of food-loving locals whose loyalty is hoped to be replicated on Spain’s southeastern coast. “When Ana and […]
Commercial Design
May 6, 2022
Wall restaurant in South Korea by Studio Studio 
As its name suggests, Wall restaurant is all about the walls. How they divide the space, seperate the different functions of the project and – perhaps most importantly – cocoon the patrons as they drink or dine. “The main function of drinking wine and eating food is divided into different atmospheres in one space,” Do says, referring […]
Hospitality Design
May 5, 2022
Olson Kundig architecture office in New York City 
“The table introduces a physical embodiment of Pacific Northwest design culture within the new office space,” suggests the Olson Kundig team, whose architecture practice was born in 1967 in Seattle – the largest metropolitan area in the Pacific Northwest. The table also includes an integrated turntable and vinyl record collection, curated by Seattle’s Sub Pop Records, […]
Commercial Design
May 2, 2022
Bamiyan Cultural Centre in Afghanistan by M2R Arquitectos
The centre arises in the wake of tragic events that date back over twenty years, to March 2001 when the Taliban destroyed two colossal Buddha statues that towered over the Bamiyan Valley. The statues, carved into the stone cliff-face approximately 1500 years ago, were considered the largest standing Buddha sculptures in the world, forming an […]
April 29, 2022
Colour-drenched homewares by India Mahdavi just dropped at H&M
Now, India’s highly sought-after work is more accessible than ever before. Her studio has teamed up with the homewares arm of Swedish clothing behemoth H&M to release everyday objects for the home, taking the shape of eye-catching ceramics and textiles. Inspired by the fuzzy slick of colours that appears when you close your eyes in […]
April 28, 2022
Eulalia warehouse conversion in Madrid by Burr Studio
The Eulalia warehouse conversion is part of a project series, titled Elements for Industrial Recovery, which responds to the gradual decline of industrial activity in Madrid’s centre over the last 30 years. Developed by Burr Studio’s leaders, Elena Fuertes, Ramón Martínez, Álvaro Molins and Jorge Sobejano, this “strategic toolset” places the protection of the city’s […]
April 27, 2022
The Dior x Pierre Yovanovitch collaboration gives everyday objects a glow-up
Contributing to the depth of the collection, unveiled during this year’s Nomad design fair in Switzerland, PYMO chief executive officer, Cédric Morisset, says the Midi collaboration forms the link between two stories, each centred around an historic manor in the south of France. “On the one hand, there is the story of the Château de […]
Industrial Design
April 22, 2022
Dreamscape apartment in Ho Chi Minh City by Red5studio
Lay back and think of what a dreamscape could look like and you might just picture fluffy cloud-like caverns that feel luminous, airy and light. That’s certainly the zone it seems Red5studio entered when imagining this one-bedroom apartment in the artsy District 2 area of Ho Chi Minh City. Led by practice founder Lai Chinh […]
Interior Design
April 21, 2022
Formafantasma designs ‘T Shelf’ shelving system for Hem
Guided by practice co-founders Andrea Trimarchi and Simone Farresin, the work of Formafantasma first resonated with Hem’s founder, Petrus Palmér, in 2010. For more than a decade since, Petrus has followed the designers and the steady flow of work dispatched from their studios in Milan and Rotterdam. “It was clear from the start that they […]
April 14, 2022
Boomerang House in Brisbane by Joe Adsett Architects
Boomerang consists of five bedrooms, including a parents’ retreat, five bathrooms, a four-car garage, underground wine cellar, upper-level lounge and a light filled downstairs living area. The enormous square-shaped block also facilitates a 9-metre swimming pool and tennis court for the whole family to enjoy. With oversized windows featuring throughout the home, the remarkably light-filled […]
April 8, 2022