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Black and green, the trendiest new colours in the kitchen, in SapienStone’s Black Diamond and Alpi Chiaro Venato

20-04-2021

Black and green, the trendiest new colours in the kitchen, in SapienStone’s Black Diamond and Alpi Chiaro Venato

SapienStone high-tech ceramic surfaces stand out in the world of kitchen design for their unique technical properties, including resistance, versatility and easy cleaning.  The vast SapienStone catalogue with its great variety of refined hues includes two of the most popular colours for kitchens in 2021: black, as in Black Diamond, and the deep green of Alpi Chiaro Venato, particularly appealing solutions adding character and elegance to kitchens in traditional or contemporary style

ORA’s Winery Nešetřil in Znojmo

12-04-2021

ORA’s Winery Nešetřil in Znojmo

The architects of Czech studio ORA have built a winery in their home town, Znojmo, blending local history with contemporary conviviality, using carefully chosen construction materials in a prestigious landscape and urban setting.

Studiotamat’s Tre de tutto: a trendy restaurant in Rome

07-04-2021

Studiotamat’s Tre de tutto: a trendy restaurant in Rome

"Tre de tutto" is a trendy new restaurant designed by architects Tommaso Amato, Matteo Soddu and Valentina Paiola of STUDIOTAMAT in Rome’s Garbatella district. The architects worked on the premises of a historic local bakery in a piazza immortalised in a scene in Nanni Moretti’s film "Caro Diario" (“Dear Diary”). The architects use a few carefully chosen key elements to create a trendy restaurant that does not deny but celebrates its ties with Roman traditions and with the neighbourhood.

Skylab creates Outpost, a sustainable structure in Oregon

17-03-2021

Skylab creates Outpost, a sustainable structure in Oregon

Outpost, by US architectural studio Skylab, is a hybrid structure for recreation and retail that also offers workspaces to foster and reinforce a sense of community in the town of Hood River, Oregon.

Buttercup, a coffee shop in Girona

14-12-2020

Buttercup, a coffee shop in Girona

Attractive interior design in an old building in downtown Girona. Buttercup is a spin-off of the Michelin-star restaurant “Les Magnòlies” and welcomes guests into interiors designed by Jordi Ginabreda + Anna Sabrià. The project is a winner in the interiors category of the 2020 COAC Girona Architecture Awards.

Klotski by Graham Baba Architects, sustainable mixed-use architecture in Seattle

03-12-2020

Klotski by Graham Baba Architects, sustainable mixed-use architecture in Seattle

With Klotski, Graham Baba Architects has completed a three-floor, mixed-use building in Seattle’s Ballard district. The project is named after the sliding block puzzle and combines an eye-catching look that plays on geometries, with plenty of attention to sustainability.

RAPPU by OWIU, a new venue in the historical fabric of Singapore

02-12-2020

RAPPU by OWIU, a new venue in the historical fabric of Singapore

RAPPU, in Singapore’s lively Tanjong Pagar district, is the latest project by OWIU Studio. The venue is a new omakase sushi bar concept by The Feather Blade group. A project that rehabilitates the historic building and offers striking design worthy of the largest restaurant of its kind in Singapore.

ADEPT and the Braunstein Taphouse, architecture designed for disassembly

12-11-2020

ADEPT and the Braunstein Taphouse, architecture designed for disassembly

Copenhagen-based studio ADEPT has designed a new taphouse for the Braunstein microbrewery in the harbour of Koege, Denmark. Since it stands on what may well be a temporary site, the architecture was designed as an easily demountable project that could easily be moved somewhere else.

De Huevos in Mexico City is a new gastronomic concept by Cadena Concept Design

30-10-2020

De Huevos in Mexico City is a new gastronomic concept by Cadena Concept Design

The bright shade of yellow leaves no doubt about it: the new gastronomic concept created by Cadena Concept Design for a new fast-food chain is all about eggs! The first outlet opened in Mexico City’s Condesa district. The egg is a very important ingredient in traditional Mexican cuisine, used in both home cooking and more elaborate preparations. Architect Ignacio Cadena drew his inspiration from the food’s simplicity and the country’s peasant traditions to design a practical, modulable space, a concept for the preparation and consumption of egg-based dishes that can easily be adapted for future De Huevos fast-food outlets.

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