For more information on each of the stories featured in this month’s video news round-up (above), see below.
- Maze runner: Tin Tin restaurant in India unapologetically dives head-first into the realm of experimental design, an impetus that’s equally expressed through the venue’s gastronomical offerings. Read more.
- Brick by Brick: Flipping the script on showroom design, The Brick Bond in Delhi, designed by Renesa Architecture, places the humble brick at the very heart of its visual storytelling. Read more.
- Rolling stone: North of Beijing, in a valley famous for its Ming Dynasty-era remnants of the Great Wall of China, OPEN Architecture’s Chapel of Sound rests like a mysterious boulder among the ruins. Read more.
- Nature calls: Created by Alberto Kalach and the team at TAX to represent the surrounding landscape, the Terrestre Hotel in Mexico extends an invitation for its visitors to interact with nature. Read more.
- Fancy free: Architects Eduard Eremchuk and Katy Pititskaya merged cues from Italian bistros with a “futuristic approach” to curate the Nothing Fancy diner in Saint Petersburg. Read more.
- School days: Melbourne-based Kosloff Architecture has updated the campus of the Pascoe Vale Primary School with a generous annexe, featuring a gently curved red-brick facade that mirrors the elevation of the original schoolhouse. Read more.
Buckle up for a high-octane night in India then unwind among nature in Mexico.