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JG Phoenix creates meditative interiors for Danilo showroom in Shantou

May 26, 2020 Natasha Levy 0
Danilo paint showroom designed by JG Phoenix

The ancient concept of yin and yang informed the serene aesthetic of this paint showroom in eastern China designed by JG Phoenix. Located in the city of Shantou, the Danilo paint showroom has been designed by JG Phoenix to encourage visitors to “explore, reflect and encounter”. A key point of reference for the studio was

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Timber and rattan add warmth to Glorietta eatery in Sydney

May 24, 2020 Natasha Levy 0
Glorietta restaurant designed by Alexander & Co

Australian studio Alexander & Co has added wooden furnishings and a caged rattan ceiling to the formerly austere interior of this Italian restaurant in Sydney. Glorietta occupies a ground-level unit of a recently completed tower in the bustling business district of North Sydney. The 220-cover restaurant has been designed by Alexander & Co to feature

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Collection project by the Museum of the Home will document domestic life under lockdown

May 22, 2020 Natasha Levy 0
Stay Home project by Museum of the Home

London’s Museum of the Home has launched a UK-wide project that calls for members of the public to submit photos and personal accounts of their living experience during the coronavirus pandemic. Stay Home invites people to share up to five images of their lockdown living quarters, and asks them to answer seven questions about how

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10 housing projects that make bold use of balconies

May 21, 2020 Natasha Levy 0
White Clouds by POGGI + MORE

As the coronavirus pandemic requires us to spend more time inside, housing with outdoor space has gained a new sense of importance, with  – so Dezeen has picked out 10 projects with impressive balconies. According to architect Alison Brooks, the coronavirus will force architects to pay more attention to amenities like balconies and terraces. “It is

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Kingston Lafferty Design plays with scale inside Dublin restaurant Cinnamon

May 20, 2020 Natasha Levy 0
Cinnamon restaurant by Kingston Lafferty Design

Oversized lollipop-like lamps and a “dollhouse-effect” entryway feature inside this restaurant in Dublin, Ireland, which Kingston Lafferty Design has completed with whimsical interiors. Cinnamon is situated in the city’s lively Ballsbridge neighbourhood and takes over an empty retail unit. Kingston Lafferty Design set about transforming the characterless space into a “celebration of playfulness and humour”,

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Run Run Run cafe has a hanging vegetable garden and see-through showers

May 19, 2020 Natasha Levy 0
Run Run Run cafe in Madrid, designed by Office for Political Innovation

More than food and drink is offered inside this healthy cafe in Madrid, where architecture practice Office for Political Innovations has included a host of quirky facilities. Run Run Run takes over a corner plot in Madrid’s Rios Rosas neighbourhood. The two-floor cafe, which also hosts a running club for locals, includes showers and lockers,

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Run Run Run cafe has a hanging vegetable garden and see-through showers

May 19, 2020 Natasha Levy 0
Run Run Run cafe in Madrid, designed by Office for Political Innovation

More than food and drink is offered inside this healthy cafe in Madrid, where architecture practice Office for Political Innovations has included a host of quirky facilities. Run Run Run takes over a corner plot in Madrid’s Rios Rosas neighbourhood. The two-floor cafe, which also hosts a running club for locals, includes showers and lockers,

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Curved forms and beige tones pervade Penthouse M by CJH Studio

May 18, 2020 Natasha Levy 0
Penthouse M by CJH Studio

CJH Studio ditched gaudy 1980s fixtures to form the calming interiors of this penthouse apartment in Gold Coast, Australia. Penthouse M’s interior has been designed by CJH Studio to be a “complete juxtaposition” of the typically “ostentatious” homes seen around the city of Gold Coast. As it had gone largely untouched since it was initially

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K916 and K907 are a pair of pared-back holiday apartments in Warsaw

May 17, 2020 Natasha Levy 0
K916 holiday apartment designed by Thisispaper Studio

Boxy timber volumes tuck away the beds and bathrooms of these minimal holiday apartments designed by Thisispaper Studio, which lie at the heart of the Polish capital. The two flats – named K916 and K907 – are set within an old print warehouse in Warsaw’s Praga district that was originally built in 1903, but has

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Adam Richards Architects uses brick and black zinc for Walmer Castle learning centre

May 15, 2020 Natasha Levy 0
Walmer Castle and Gardens learning centre and cafe designed by Adam Richards Architects

A huge arched window punctuates the grey-brick exterior of and education centre built by Adam Richards Architects in the grounds of a 16th-century castle in the English town of Deal, Kent. The learning centre designed by Adam Richards Architects is the first significant building to be added to the English Heritage-listed Walmer Castle and Gardens

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