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Frama uses neutral tones for Beirut concept store The Slow

December 8, 2019 Natasha Levy 0
The Slow concept store by Frama

Multidisciplinary design studio Frama tried to emulate a relaxed neighbourhood atmosphere inside this Beirut concept store, which features limewashed surfaces and simple concrete fixtures. The Slow – which was formerly an old-school cafe – accommodates a shop, eatery, co-working area and meeting room that locals can hang out in throughout the day. It’s situated in

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Frama uses neutral tones for Beirut concept store The Slow

December 8, 2019 Natasha Levy 0
The Slow concept store by Frama

Multidisciplinary design studio Frama tried to emulate a relaxed neighbourhood atmosphere inside this Beirut concept store, which features limewashed surfaces and simple concrete fixtures. The Slow – which was formerly an old-school cafe – accommodates a shop, eatery, co-working area and meeting room that locals can hang out in throughout the day. It’s situated in

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Green plywood cabinets outfit Maharishi store in New York City

December 7, 2019 Bridget Cogley 0
Maharishi by ABA

Plywood is used to make cabinets, nooks and dividers inside this olive green retail store in Lower Manhattan that Brooklyn studio ABA has designed for London streetwear brand Maharishi. Designed by architects Emily Abruzzo and Gerald Bodziak of Abruzzo Bodziak Architects​ (ABA), the store in New York’s Tribeca neighbourhood is Maharishi’s first location outside London.

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Alex Michaelis wraps his London family home with curvy brickwork walls

December 6, 2019 Bridget Cogley 0
Alex Michaelis house in London

London architect Alex Michaelis, co-founder of Michaelis Boyd, has designed a home for his family as a “striking, contemporary take on Corbusien modernism”. Michaelis completed the residence for a “challenging long and narrow site” on Blythe Road in West London’s Hammersmith area, in place of a disused garage that was demolished. The creamy brick house’s

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Bath’s Francis Gallery is set inside a Georgian townhouse

December 6, 2019 Natasha Levy 0
Francis Gallery in Bath, England

Homely living spaces serve as a backdrop to artworks inside this gallery in Bath, England, which has been created by editor Rosa Park and designer Fred Rigby. Occupying the ground floor of a heritage-listed Georgian townhouse, Francis Gallery has been designed to be a cosy, domestic setting that “shows people how to live with their

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A Wall Of Built-In Bunk Beds Creates Plenty Of Sleeping Space For Visitors

December 5, 2019 Erin 0

When Linc Thelen Design renovated this house in Rolling Prairie, Indiana, they included a guest bedroom that’s been designed with multiple bunk beds. The three sets of built-in bunk beds, with wood ladders and safety rails, create a place for six people to sleep. Each bunk has a niche, outlets, and an individual switch for […]

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Kitchen Drawer Organizers Can Do More Than Just Separate Your Forks And Knives

December 5, 2019 Erin 0

An often overlooked area in any kitchen is the kitchen drawers. Usually they’re filled with off-the-shelf cutlery trays or simply have no organization. Austrian company TEAM 7, took this into consideration when they created their latest drawer design that features differently designed sections for a variety of functions. The modular design combines removable trays, inserts, […]