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Tala Fustok designs Ninja Theory office to entice employees back into workplace

September 20, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Red carpeted bar in Ninja Theory office

A blood-red bar and all-blue cinema room feature in the Cambridge headquarters of BAFTA-winning game developer Ninja Theory, with interiors designed by London studio Tala Fustok. Set over four floors, the 2,325-square-metre office was designed to look like a lavish home or entertainment venue in a bid to encourage employees to return to the workplace

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Tala Fustok designs Ninja Theory office to entice employees back into workplace

September 20, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Red carpeted bar in Ninja Theory office

A blood-red bar and all-blue cinema room feature in the Cambridge headquarters of BAFTA-winning game developer Ninja Theory, with interiors designed by London studio Tala Fustok. Set over four floors, the 2,325-square-metre office was designed to look like a lavish home or entertainment venue in a bid to encourage employees to return to the workplace

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Point Supreme uses raw concrete to enhance “magical cave-like” feel of Athens apartment

September 19, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Cave basement apartment by Point Supreme

Greek architecture firm Point Supreme has transformed a semi-basement storage space in Athens into a small one-bedroom home. The apartment is located at the base of a typical Athenian polykatoikia – a concrete residential block with tiered balconies – in the suburban neighbourhood of Ilioupoli. Daylight only penetrates into the sunken, 56-square-metre space from above

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Point Supreme uses raw concrete to enhance “magical cave-like” feel of Athens apartment

September 19, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Cave basement apartment by Point Supreme

Greek architecture firm Point Supreme has transformed a semi-basement storage space in Athens into a small one-bedroom home. The apartment is located at the base of a typical Athenian polykatoikia – a concrete residential block with tiered balconies – in the suburban neighbourhood of Ilioupoli. Daylight only penetrates into the sunken, 56-square-metre space from above

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Roman and Williams turns historic police station into NoMad’s London outpost

September 15, 2021 Ali Morris 0
NoMad London hotel by Roman and Williams

New York interior design firm Roman and Williams has combined decorative Victorian elements with references to New York’s jazz age in its ornate interior for the NoMad hotel in London. Set in the former Bow Street Magistrates Court and Police Station in Covent Garden, the hotel is the first international outpost from American hospitality chain

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Bureau uses pastel shades to create dreamlike interior for Geneva float spa

September 6, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Origin Spa Geneva by Bureau

Blocks of pastel-coloured tiles overlap across the walls and floors of this spa in Switzerland, designed by local studio Bureau to reflect the serenity of “floating naked in a highly salted water pod”. Bureau aimed to create a space for the Origin in Geneva’s Saint-François neighbourhood that complimented the spa’s floatation therapy offering – where clients unwind

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Pirajean Lees channels 1920s Japan in ornate Dubai restaurant interior

September 5, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Mimi Kakushi restaurant by Pirajean Lees

London practice Pirajean Lees has converted a nightclub in Dubai into a restaurant informed by Japan’s jazz age and the grandiose parties of silent film actor Sessue Hayakwa. The restaurant, which serves modern twists on Japanese classics, is named Mimi Kakushi after the distinctive bob haircut worn by the young Japanese Moga, or modern girls,

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Wutopia Lab wraps bookstore in perforated facade to mimic clouds

September 4, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Duoyin bookstore Huangyan by Wutopia Lab

Architecture studio Wutopia Lab has used layers of perforated metal to transform two disused buildings on the banks of Taizhou’s Yongning River into a bright and modern bookshop. Rather than demolishing the existing buildings or attempting to perform “cosmetic surgery” on their cluttered, commercial facades, the studio decided to simply wrap the structures in white

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Fettle designs Schwan Locke Hotel in homage to early German modernism

August 29, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Schwan Locke hotel Munich by Fettle

A proto-Bauhaus association that counted architects Walter Gropius and Mies van der Rohe among its members informed this nostalgic hotel interior in Munich, designed by Fettle for aparthotel chain Locke. UK studio Fettle’s design for the Schwan Locke hotel pays homage to the early modernist principles of the Deutsche Werkbund – an association of architects,

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Liang Architecture Studio creates retrofuturistic boutique in Hangzhou

August 24, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Diamond-shaped lamp

Grand steel and micro-cement structures, celestial lighting and symmetrical layouts add a sense of ceremony to the shopping experience within this clothing boutique in Hangzhou, China by Liang Architecture Studio. Located within a corner unit on a busy street in the city’s Xiaoshan District, the 300-square-metre Audrey boutique sells women’s fashion. Arranged over two floors,

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