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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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Kossmann Dejong, an exhibition for The House of Artisans in Abu Dhabi

17-11-2021 - Design

Kossmann Dejong, an exhibition for The House of Artisans in Abu Dhabi

Designers from the Dutch Kossmann Dejong studio, together with Tellart, have created an exhibition on ancient crafts and artisanry at the House of Artisans, in Abu Dhabi. The exhibition concept has been fittingly revisited in an evocative architecture designed by architect Alex Franklin featuring a façade of woven wicker panels.

Neuhäusl Hunal studio creates a multifunctional interlocking environment

16-11-2021 - Design

Neuhäusl Hunal studio creates a multifunctional interlocking environment

The firm led by architects David Neuhäusl and Matěj Hunal has created a very small but perfectly functional house in Prague. The show-piece is the 20-square-metre kitchen-living room, where we find all the comforts, thanks to a truly rational interior design.

Studio Return designs the Return Restaurant in Xiamen

12-11-2021 - Design

Studio Return designs the Return Restaurant in Xiamen

The Return architectural studio in Xiamen has designed a restaurant in their city featuring interiors with a strong focus on the materials that characterise the architectural space. The spaces welcome diners in a special atmosphere, which starts from the materiality of the solutions proposed.

Miriam Castells Studio renovates the headquarters of BBVA bank in Valencia

10-11-2021 - Design

Miriam Castells Studio renovates the headquarters of BBVA bank in Valencia

Miriam Castells Studio planned the recent renovation of the façade, reception area and interiors of BBVA Bank's regional headquarters in Valencia, Spain, an emblematic building constructed in the city centre in 1965.

Shoku-tei Sushi restaurant in Shenzhen designed by NATURE TIMES ART DESIGN

26-10-2021 - Design

Shoku-tei Sushi restaurant in Shenzhen designed by NATURE TIMES ART DESIGN

The new Shoku-tei Sushi restaurant designed by the NATURE TIMES ART DESIGN studio is located on the ground floor of a shopping complex in the Futian Central Business District, in Shenzhen, China. Here, natural elements such as stones, trees, earth and plants provide a subtle balance to the surrounding modern skyscrapers and the lively city centre, creating a place of poetic minimalism.

Eco-social artist Luca Gnizio at the Italian Pavilion for Expo 2020 Dubai

20-10-2021 - Design

Eco-social artist Luca Gnizio at the Italian Pavilion for Expo 2020 Dubai

Italian eco-social artist Luca Gnizio is one of the ten outstanding individuals selected to represent Italy for a series of ‘Success Stories’ on ecology, beauty and reuse as part of the Italian Pavilion at Expo Dubai. For over ten years, the artist and designer has been transforming waste into an ecological and social opportunity rooted in the principle of the three Rs - Reduce, Reuse, Recycle - offering a new lease of life to old materials.

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