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StudioAC clads Toronto’s second Edition cannabis dispensary in zigzagging grating

April 11, 2021 Ali Morris 0
St. Clair West Edition store by StudioAC

Toronto-based StudioAC has used industrial grating to create faceted walls within the interior of luxury cannabis dispensary Edition. Following the opening of the dispensary’s first store in Toronto’s downtown Annex neighbourhood last year, the local practice was invited back to create a second, larger store in the St Clair West area of Midtown. In Edition’s

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Pattern avoids “cliche aesthetics” at Melbourne surf park restaurant

April 7, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Wood-clad dining area in Three Blue Ducks restaurant in Melbourne Urbnsurf by Pattern

Australian studio Pattern has teamed industrial grey bricks, concrete and steel with warm-toned timber in the interior of this poolside restaurant on the outskirts of Melbourne. The eatery belongs to local restaurant chain Three Blue Ducks and is situated in the Urbnsurf park, with an outdoor dining area that has views across the artificial, two-hectare surf lagoon.

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Say Architects uses frosted resin panels to create translucent boutique interior

April 6, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Interior of Lika Lab boutique by Say Architects

Milky resin envelops the windows and furniture within this accessories store in Hangzhou, China, designed by local studio Say Architects. Located in the city’s newly-developed Binjiang District, Lika Lab is a boutique selling bags and jewellery, which the owners wanted to display within a red and blue interior. Concerned that the bright hues would distract

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Olga Fradina uses dark colours and natural textures to create cosy Kyiv apartment

April 5, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Kyiv apartment by Olga Fradina

Interior designer Olga Fradina has reorganised the plan of this small apartment in Kyiv, Ukraine, to incorporate a dark-hued, open-plan living area where the owner can host meditation and tea ceremonies. The 45 square-metre flat is located on the top floor of a five-storey Soviet apartment building and belongs to a young fashion designer. Its

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Snøhetta designs Oslo fashion store to be a “treasure hunt”

April 3, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Bold striped interior inspired by Alain Delon in Moniker men's department interior by Snøhetta

Space travel, race cars and the French Riviera are among the eclectic references that informed Snøhetta’s design for the Moniker boutique in Oslo, Norway. Called Moniker Fashion Universe, the 1,500-metre-square concept store is located in the heart of Oslo’s shopping district, near the newly renovated Valkyrien Square. When the store opened last spring, its two Snøhetta-designed floors

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Snøhetta designs Oslo fashion store to be a “treasure hunt”

April 3, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Bold striped interior inspired by Alain Delon in Moniker men's department interior by Snøhetta

Space travel, race cars and the French Riviera are among the eclectic references that informed Snøhetta’s design for the Moniker boutique in Oslo, Norway. Called Moniker Fashion Universe, the 1,500-metre-square concept store is located in the heart of Oslo’s shopping district, near the newly renovated Valkyrien Square. When the store opened last spring, its two Snøhetta-designed floors

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Masquespacio uses blocks of colour to break up interior of Milan burger joint

April 1, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Green arches and exposed brick in seating area of Bun restaurant by Masquespacio

Valencian creative studio Masquespacio has used a lilac and avocado-green colour scheme to create a youthful yet “sophisticated” interior for the Milan outpost of Italian fast food chain Bun. Located on the Viale Bligny boulevard, the restaurant occupies a space that was formerly home to a pizzeria and sits at the base of a residential

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Arched travertine wall carves up Greetings From Rome apartment by 2XJ

March 29, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Greetings from Rome apartment in Vilnius by 2XJ

A structural stone wall separates the social and private spaces within this two-storey family apartment in the old town of Vilnius, Lithuania, designed by local studio 2XJ. Located in the city’s Užupis neighbourhood, the 140-square-metre apartment occupies the second and third-floor attic space of a three-storey apartment building. The apartment, which belongs to a young

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Delavegacanolasso creates prefabricated Tini home-office cabin

March 28, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Tini cabin by Delavegacanolasso

Spanish architecture studio Delavegacanolasso has created a modular, prefabricated cabin that can be ordered online and delivered on the back of a truck to act as a home office, weekend retreat or even a small dwelling. Called Tini, the compact unit arrives assembled and ready to be placed into a prepared plot. Measuring anywhere between

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Kogaa uses construction waste to build community coffee shop in Prague

March 23, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Grounds Coffee Hub in Prague by Kogaa

A translucent structure made from salvaged waste materials sits at the heart of this coffee shop and roastery in Prague, designed by Czech architecture studio Kogaa. Located in the city’s Karlín neighbourhood – a former industrial district on the banks of the Vltava river – Grounds Coffee Hub is tucked inside the inner courtyard of

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