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Koko restaurant, in Gothenburg, Sweden, takes a new, simpler approach to fine dining.
By Erin Donnelly |
8 days ago
The local firm has designed Nopa, a new restaurant in a fashionable neighbourhood, with extravagant interior and outdoor spaces.
15 days ago
The Clint Roenisch Gallery, one of the city’s most remarkable and idiosyncratic destinations for commercial art, has reopened within a former fish packing factory.
By Catherine Osborne |
17 days ago
For a tiny raw-food concession stand in a Montreal supermarket, L. McComber creates maximum impact with a smooth shell in cherry wood.
By Elizabeth Pagliacolo |
July 23, 2014
These standout projects – by emerging Asian firms Neri & Hu, Asylum Creative and a21studio – made the shortlist in the World Festival of Interiors, which announces the nine winners at the Inside Festival in October.
By Diane Chan |
July 22, 2014
Tags: Awards, Commercial, Hospitality
Jensen Architects creates a versatile backdrop for Shed, a community-minded dining and shopping experience.
By David Dick-Agnew |
July 10, 2014
Tags: Restaurant, Retail
Bar Riviera, a meeting place for intellectuals in the 1960s and ’70s, is reopened and raised to its former glory by Marcio Kogan’s firm, MK27.
July 8, 2014
Afroditi Krassa drew from retro-chic pop culture icons in designing the London airport’s delectable Perfectionists’ Cafe.
June 30, 2014
Design studio O+A crafts a vertical headquarters for the San Francisco company, with unique and vibrant gathering spaces on each floor to bring its employees together.
June 24, 2014
Dutch studio Mieke Meijer maximizes a small space with a multi-tasking Samba staircase.
By Greg Furgala |
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