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EQUATOR PEAK COFFEE, sharing a good coffee in Yiwu

11-08-2022 - Design

EQUATOR PEAK COFFEE, sharing a good coffee in Yiwu

Designed by Chinese studio WJ Studio, the new EQUATOR PEAK COFFEE is a place designed to stimulate interaction between its customers. A physical place to take a break from the online world, achieved through a simple yet cosy interior design with a vague camping flavour.

digitalCHURCH, a church in Aachen reborn as a co-working space

26-07-2022 - Design

digitalCHURCH, a church in Aachen reborn as a co-working space

A place of sharing par excellence has become a digitalCHURCH. Thanks to the initiative by Norbert Herrmanns from Landmarken AG, together with the digitalHUB Association, the city of Aachen in Germany has its first co-working space in the nave of the former St. Elisabeth’s Church. A very appealing space that honours the Church’s original meaning as a gathering space for the digital community.

NEUHÄUSL HUNAL’s decidedly minimal interior design

14-07-2022 - Design

NEUHÄUSL HUNAL’s decidedly minimal interior design

NEUHÄUSL HUNAL, the architectural studio founded by David Neuhäusl and Matěj Hunal, designed Prague’s Kro Bistro & Bar, the studio’s third restaurant for Kro: a new gastronomic experience in the Czech capital centring around honest local cuisine. The same philosophy is reflected in the restaurant’s interior design.

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Masquespacio designs its second Resa University Residence in Bilbao

07-01-2022 - Design

Masquespacio designs its second Resa University Residence in Bilbao

Ana Milena Hernández Palacios and Christophe Penasse’s creative agency Masquespacio came up with the visual strategy of the Greystar Group – Resa, a leader on the student housing market. The agency was commissioned to design San Mamés University Residence, the group’s second such project in Bilbao, in the Basque Country.

The Best of Livegreenblog: hospitality and conviviality the world over

28-12-2021 - Design

The Best of Livegreenblog: hospitality and conviviality the world over

The Best of Livegreenblog is back to mark the end of the year. Restaurants and hotels have always been pioneers in interior design, and so we take a look at four projects with a focus on conviviality published in the year 2021 that is about to close, from Morocco to the United States and from Italy to Taiwan.

Star-studded hospitality: CCD’s interior design for W Changsha Hotel

15-12-2021 - Design

Star-studded hospitality: CCD’s interior design for W Changsha Hotel

The designers of Chinese studio CCD created the interior design for W Changsha Hotel for the client YUNDA. The creative design is inspired by the history of the Chinese city named after a star, and this cosmic theme provides the inspiration for the interior design of a hotel with a futuristic atmosphere.

Baranowitz & Goldberg, “a” Restaurant in Tel Aviv

07-12-2021 - Design

Baranowitz & Goldberg, “a” Restaurant in Tel Aviv

“a”, a new restaurant by architectural studio Baranowitz & Goldberg in Tel Aviv, offers a harmonious combination of the heritage of Japanese design, European materials and Israeli flair. The result is captivating, timeless interior design.

Graham Baba Architects for the Lino Tagliapietra Glass Studio

30-11-2021 - Design

Graham Baba Architects for the Lino Tagliapietra Glass Studio

The American Graham Bab architecture studio has transformed a historic pre-existing building in Seattle, an old auction house, into the showroom for the well-known glass artist Lino Tagliapietra. A recovery intervention that emphasises the materiality of architecture, in a balanced dialogue with the glass art.

Various Associates and the (SO)What store in Chengdu

23-11-2021 - Design

Various Associates and the (SO)What store in Chengdu

The Chinese-based Various Associates studio has designed the new boutique of the (SO)What women's clothing brand, which emphasises the freedom to choose one's own style, drawing inspiration from the cultural history of Chengdu, a city known for its traditional Shu operas. The shop presents itself as a theatrical stage for customers, where the spaces are structured like the acts of an opera.

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