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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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Lagranja Design designs XAPO, a bank for cryptocurrencies

02-08-2021 - Design

Lagranja Design designs XAPO, a bank for cryptocurrencies

Multidisciplinary design studio Lagranja Design has created something truly special: the physical offices of a bank exclusively for cryptocurrencies. The challenge was to give material form to something intangible in a high-impact physical space: an old army barracks in the historic centre of Gibraltar.

Visual Display represents the imagery of beauty

28-07-2021 - Design

Visual Display represents the imagery of beauty

Giorgio di Bernardi’s creative design studio Visual Display specialises in branding and interior design for corporate and individual clients. The studio designed the new headquarters and showroom of Germaine de Capuccini, a brand concerned with beauty and wellness, with a subtle spatial and visual representation.

Floating Realities, a spa in Geneva designed by BUREAU

23-07-2021 - Design

Floating Realities, a spa in Geneva designed by BUREAU

Architectural practice BUREAU renewed a spa in Geneva. The studio approached the idea of psychological and physical wellness on the basis of the experience of floating in water, in a state of fluid suspension. To make the most of the relaxing experience of the spa, the architects have designed a world dominated by pastel colours.

An installation by TOWOdesign introducing the passive home

14-07-2021 - Design

An installation by TOWOdesign introducing the passive home

Chinese studio TOWOdesign was appointed to convert the second floor, a 15,000 square metre exhibition space, of Gaoxin Real Estate’s sales office in Xi'an, China, to underline the virtues of the passive home. The project draws inspiration from the city’s magnificent past to offer a glimpse of how we might live in the future.

Clayton Korte’s Design Office: a conversion in Austin, Texas

13-07-2021 - Design

Clayton Korte’s Design Office: a conversion in Austin, Texas

Clayton Korte (formerly Clayton & Little) of Austin/San Antonio, Texas has converted a 1963 building to house two design studios: its own and that of the Word + Carr Design Group, a landscape architecture studio. The project incarnates Clayton Korte’s commitment to interdisciplinary collaboration and fostering discourse in the design community.

LUO Studio creates Mumokuteki Concept Bookstore in Beijing

08-07-2021 - Design

LUO Studio creates Mumokuteki Concept Bookstore in Beijing

The creative designers of LUO Studio have produced a bookshop in an unused underground space in a Beijing shopping centre. The project makes the most of the existing construction, despite the presence of utility installations and all the limitations associated with underground spaces.

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