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Holloway Li transforms Munich office building into Wunderlocke hotel

July 19, 2022 Natasha Levy 0
Co-working space inside Wunderlocke hotel in Munich, designed by Holloway Li

Wassily Kandinsky’s abstract paintings influenced the colourful yet understated interiors that design studio Holloway Li has created inside the Locke hotel in Munich. The aparthotel, called Wunderlocke, contains 360 serviced studio apartments and is situated in Munich’s Obersendling district, taking over an office building that previously belonged to German tech company Siemens. London-based Holloway Li

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OMA designs Tiffany & Co pop-up in Paris to take visitors on a “journey across time”

July 8, 2022 Natasha Levy 0
Blue rotunda in Tiffany & Co pop-up shop in Paris designed by OMA

Architecture studio OMA has created a pop-up shop for Tiffany & Co in Paris that showcases an assortment of pieces from the jeweller’s 185-year history. The pop-up is located in the eighth arrondissement and functions as a cross between a boutique and an exhibition, spotlighting Tiffany pieces from both past and present. “Tiffany & Co

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Leckie Studio imitates stalactite formations inside Vancouver’s AER Skinlab

July 4, 2022 Natasha Levy 0
Reception of AER Skinlab in Vancouver by Leckie Studio with marble walls and stalactite-like ceiling installation

Quarries and caves served as visual references for this marble-lined skincare clinic in Vancouver, Canada, designed by local firm Leckie Studio. Set on the ground level of Vancouver’s Waterfall Building, AER Skinlab offers a selection of cosmetic injections and laser treatments. Leckie Studio wanted to create a calm, grounding interior for the clinic to make it

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Child Studio transforms 19th-century London townhouse into Cubitts eyewear store

June 30, 2022 Natasha Levy 0
Concertina display stand in front room of Cubitts eyewear shop in Belgravia, London, designed by Child Studio

London practice Child Studio has created an “intimate and domestic atmosphere” inside this store by local eyewear brand Cubitts, which occupies a townhouse in Belgravia. Taking over the building’s basement and ground floor, the shop was designed to draw on both the modernist aesthetic of Cubitts’ frames and the history of Belgravia. The central London

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Luchetti Krelle creates eclectic bar Jane inside former butcher shop

June 13, 2022 Natasha Levy 0
Counter of Jane bar in Surry Hills, Sydney designed by Luchetti Krelle

Seventies decor, French bistros and indigenous flowers are some of the references design studio Luchetti Krelle has mixed inside this bar in Sydney, Australia, which occupies a converted butcher. Serving local wines and small plates, Jane is meant to be the more casual counterpart to Arthur – a nearby restaurant offering only five-course tasting menus.

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Geometric metal fixtures feature in Wuhan’s QYF fashion boutique

June 8, 2022 Natasha Levy 0
Curved stairs in QYF fashion boutique by Sun Concepts Office

Chinese design studio Sun Concepts Office has accented the pale interior of the QYF boutique in Wuhan with straight, curved and squiggly metal fixtures. The interior’s clean, geometric look is meant to reflect the modern womenswear on offer in the store, which occupies two storeys on a prominent corner plot of Wuhan’s Tianyuan Street. As

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Mind Manifestation lines self-designed studio in Pune with perforated bricks

June 5, 2022 Natasha Levy 0
Seating made from perforated bricks in Mind Manifestation's self-designed studio in Pune, India

Indian practice Mind Manifestation has set up its studio in a converted apartment in Pune and designed the interior to reflect how the local landscape changes colour from season to season. Pale green lime plaster and perforated bricks transform the 120-square-metre flat into a workspace that is both compatible with Pune’s tropical climate and reflective

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YSG designs playful Sydney penthouse for empty nesters

June 3, 2022 Natasha Levy 0
Kitchen interior of Dream Weaver penthouse designed by YSG with blue stone counter

Australian studio YSG has added quirky fixtures and furnishings to this penthouse in Sydney’s Darlinghurst neighbourhood to suit the owners’ new post-lockdown design tastes. Drawing on references from tiled Spanish tapas bars to the colour palette of surrealist artworks, YSG gutted the apartment’s formerly “sober” interior to make way for a bolder fit-out. The owners’

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Nika Zupanc brings “Alice in Wonderland ambience” to Morela eyewear store in Ljubljana

May 16, 2022 Natasha Levy 0
Powder-blue drawers displaying glasses in Morela eyewear store in Ljubljana, Slovenia, designed by Nika Zupanc

Massive lamps, rotating mirrors and a legion of drawers feature inside the Morela eyewear store, which Slovenian designer Nika Zupanc has completed in Ljubljana. Morela has been offering optician services in the Slovenian capital since the early 2000s and went on to launch its own line of glasses in 2019. Locally based Zupanc was brought

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Sculptural partitions shape blue-tinged interior of Taste of Dadong restaurant in Shanghai

May 8, 2022 Natasha Levy 0
Curved partitions inside blue restaurant

Huge curving walls divide the blue-lit dining spaces inside this restaurant in Shanghai, designed by Chinese studio AD Architecture. Conceived by AD Architecture to deliver an “emotional”, dream-like dining experience, Taste of Dadong is steeped in an inky-blue light that seeps from LED panels in the walls and hidden strip lighting in the ceiling. Carving

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