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Lunet eyewear store in Romania by Bogdan Ciocodeica Studio
Shimmering silver-lined surfaces and lashings of bold colour were among the gestures that made the cut, ensuring a continuation of Lunet’s retail aesthetic and unconventional approach towards the experience of buying eyeglasses. “The idea was to borrow a few of the elements from the first store in such a manner that it feels like you […]
Commercial Design
February 24, 2022
Beauty clinic: MBS by Malika in Stockholm, designed by ASKA
The atmosphere within the MBS by Malika clinic is described by the ASKA team as feeling something akin to “modern nostalgia”. They arrived at this thematic title due to the way in which some of the design elements appear recognisable, giving the space “a rigid and trustworthy flavour,” the architects say. Other fragments, however, arrive […]
Interior Design
February 22, 2022
The Brick Bond in Delhi flips the script on showroom design
Since tapping local Delhi-based architecture office Renesa to undertake the ambitious project, Jindal’s dream has been realised through what is now known as The Brick Bond. Completed in late 2021, it’s an “experience centre” like no other, where the company’s core product – the humble brick – is placed at the very heart of its visual […]
Commercial Design
February 21, 2022
Tin Tin restaurant in India by Renesa Architecture
With unconventionality resting at the heart of Tin Tin, the spin-off from its glaring commitment to materiality is an experience that engages the senses beyond expectation. The Renesa team focussed on crafting “a sense of Zen,” they insist, while at the same time they leant into the sensibilities of local Indian materiality to bring the […]
Hospitality Design
February 18, 2022
Nothing Fancy restaurant by Eduard Eremchuk and Katy Pititskaya
Located in Saint Petersburg, the 105-square-metre restaurant fit-out was inspired by the atmosphere of a typical Milanese cafe. Its point of difference, however, lies in the way Eduard and Katy blended the cafe archetype with a “futuristic” approach. “[We needed] to combine warm and cool tones, leather and metallic details in a very delicate way,” […]
Hospitality Design
February 18, 2022
Refined diner: Papi restaurant in Paris by Neri&Hu
Located on the street level of a typical late 19th-century Haussmann building, Neri&Hu’s design concept for Papi celebrates “the layered material heritage that narrates Parisian history,” explains company founders, Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu. “During the dismantling phase, the existing site was treated carefully, by stripping back the strata of finishes that have built up […]
Hospitality Design
February 15, 2022
Living Bakkali restaurant in Valencia by Masquespacio
The way in which the Masquespacio team has presented the restaurant encourages diners to meander through a layout of key sitting areas, likened by the designers to “small corners as if you were at the fantastic Orient, with its lounge seats that invite different dining groups to relax and connect with each other”. At the […]
Hospitality Design
February 11, 2022
Home tour: Bilgola Beach House in Sydney by Olson Kundig
Responding to the glittering beachfront environment and exposed location between the north and south headlands, the home was designed by Seattle-based architecture firm Olson Kundig to withstand Australia’s dramatic climate conditions, “where harsh sunlight, high winds and flooding are common,” say the architects. It does this not by working against the rhythm of nature, but rather […]
February 11, 2022
Cubitts spectacle shop in Leeds by Child Studio
Nestled on the corner of the County Arcade in the Victoria Quarter district, the footprint that Cubitts now occupies was built in 1898 to the specifications offered by renowned theatre architect Frank Matcham. To this day, the opulent arcade continues to impress visitors with its original pink Sienna marble columns, gilded mosaic ceilings, wrought iron […]
Interior Design
February 4, 2022
Shay restaurant in Quebec by Ivy Studio Inc
Sited in the heart of Montreal’s culinary scene, on Notre Dame Street in Griffintown, Shay offers diners an escape from the monotone brick-and-stone building facades of the main strip. Once inside, guests are invited to sip a selection of Middle Eastern teas – or perhaps imbibe something a little harder – immersed in a world of […]
Hospitality Design
February 3, 2022