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For the gourmet Belgian chocolate brand BbyB, the Japanese studio goes graphic in an extra-skinny shop with an eye-popping acrylic display case.
By Elizabeth Pagliacolo |
10 days ago
Last week, Adriaan Geuze of Dutch landscape firm West 8 was in town to inaugurate the newly vibrant Queens Quay West – a revitalization project 10 years in the making.
11 days ago
Coffee Bar Kearny, designed by jones | haydu, adds a jolt of energy to a tired part of the city, and serves up barista culture inside a dramatic scorched-wood interior.
Alchemist teams up with Rene Gonzalez Architect once again, this time to open a granite-lined boutique that showcases precious pieces with a dramatic sense of gravitas.
18 days ago
On until November at the Triennale di Milano, the Arts & Foods pavilion includes everything from dining rooms and bars dating to the 1800s to Andy Warhol’s art, Coca Cola’s bottle machines and Frank Gehry’s giant fish.
June 3, 2015
With modern-meets-vintage interiors by Toronto’s DesignAgency, the 10th Arrondissement hotel brings the magic of the City of Light inside.
June 2, 2015
In time for the 2015 Pan / Parapan American Games this summer, a whole new neighbourhood has sprung up in the east end.
Tags: Infrastructure, Urbanism
We’ve just received images of ETH Zurich’s pavilion for the urban-themed event, kicking off today in New York City, and it is one amazing structure.
May 28, 2015
Tags: Environment, Urbanism
For an artist in the Portuguese city of Porto, Nuno Alves de Carvalho renovated an early 20th-century building and inserted a dramatic column of shelving that delineates studio and residential zones.
May 19, 2015
Tags: Commercial, Residential
Start your week off right, with the most important happenings of the design and architecture world, from the Cooper-Hewitt’s honourees to the fate of Google’s BIG plans.
May 11, 2015
Tags: Industry News
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