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The Wing opens inaugural international branch in London

October 21, 2019 Natasha Levy 0
The Wing London

Women-only co-working space The Wing has opened a branch in central London, with interiors that draw upon a “mosh pit” of references including Gaudí buildings and English gardens. The Wing’s head in-house designer Laetitia Gorra told Dezeen that she “didn’t hold back” when developing the interiors of the 1,114 square-metre London outpost. The new space

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Cc-tapis’ latest rugs are made to resemble Faye Toogood’s doodles

October 18, 2019 Natasha Levy 0
Doodles rug collection by Faye Toogood, inside Cc-tapis Milan showroom

Scribbles and paint-like splotches appear on this range of rugs that designer Faye Toogood has created in collaboration with Cc-tapis, currently being presented within the brand’s new Milan showroom. The Doodles collection by Cc-tapis is comprised of six rugs, each crafted to resemble textural artworks that Faye Toogood has created over the past 18 months.

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Maison is a fictional French home dressed with design-focused furnishings

October 17, 2019 Natasha Levy 0
Maison by Services Généraux

Multidisciplinary design studio Services Généraux has created a series of renderings that reimagine the interiors of a dilapidated home in the French countryside. The project – which is aptly named Maison, after the French term for “house” – is the first time that Services Généraux has created a purely conceptual project. Until now the Paris-based

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Lucas y Hernández-Gil splits moods inside Madrid duplex apartment

October 16, 2019 Natasha Levy 0
Casa A12 by Lucas y Hernández-Gil

An indoor courtyard with orange grass and shiny, silver curtains are some of the fun features that Lucas y Hernández-Gil has added to the basement of this Madrid apartment. Located at the heart of Madrid in the Malasana neighbourhood, Casa A12 has been overhauled by Lucas y Hernández-Gil to boast “two very different atmospheres”. While

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Very Studio brings light to Taiwan’s Sunny Apartment with vaulted ceiling

October 14, 2019 Natasha Levy 0
Sunny Apartment by Very Studio

Arches spring up across the ceiling of this apartment in Taiwan, which Very Studio has overhauled to appear more bright and spacious. Set within a residential block in the city of Taichung, the Sunny Apartment previously featured a light-starved living area with poor ventilation – a majority of the home’s windows had been isolated to

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Branch Studio Architects creates piazza-style school office in Melbourne

October 14, 2019 Natasha Levy 0
Piazza Dell'Ufficio office designed by Branch Studio Architects

Italian town squares became Branch Studio Architects’ point of reference for the design of this school administration office in Melbourne, which is almost entirely lined in cardboard tubes. Caroline Chisholm College is located in Melbourne’s Braybrook suburb and had previously played host to a “highly inefficient” administration office that had a rabbit-warren of dark workspaces.

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Suppose Design Office recreates Japanese engawa inside Slack’s Tokyo outpost

October 11, 2019 Natasha Levy 0
Slack Tokyo office, designed by Suppose Design Office

Suppose Design Office has reimagined traditional elements of Japanese architecture inside the Tokyo workspace of tech company Slack. Slack’s Tokyo office is located just opposite the city’s Imperial Palace gardens and has been designed by locally based Suppose Design Office to “define a new traditional atmosphere”, mixing typical Japanese aesthetics with contemporary work culture. “When

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Aesop opts for a more luxurious feel with marble fittings at Piccadilly Arcade store

October 10, 2019 Natasha Levy 0
Aesop Piccadilly Arcade by Studio Luca Guadagnino

Geometric floor tiles, marble fixtures and flesh-coloured hues appear inside this Aesop store in central London, which has been designed by film director Luca Guadagnino. The Aesop store is set on the corner of London’s Piccadilly Arcade, a covered passageway of luxury shops that includes fine jewellery boutiques, bespoke tailors and small-scale art galleries. Its

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Rei Kawakubo creates Parisian beauty store Dover Street Parfums Market

October 9, 2019 Natasha Levy 0
Dover Street Parfums Market, Paris, designed by Rei Kawakubo

High-end fashion department store Dover Street Market has opened a beauty-focused branch at the heart of Paris, where products are displayed inside towering textured columns. Located just a few minutes walk from Paris’ Musée Picasso, Dover Street Parfums Market is solely dedicated to selling perfumes, make-up and grooming products. This marks a change from the

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Gerrit Rietveld: Wealth of Sobriety unearths the architect’s lesser-known projects

October 8, 2019 Natasha Levy 0
Gerrit Rietveld: Wealth of Sobriety book, Van de Vuurst de Vries’ chauffeur’s apartment

Photographer Arjan Bronkhurst has created a book that aims to expose under-the-radar projects by revered Dutch architect Gerrit Rietveld. Dezeen has picked out seven of the most intriguing. Spanning over 500 pages, Gerrit Rietveld: Wealth of Sobriety gives a close insight into 20 residential projects completed by the Dutch architect. Rietveld, who was born in

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