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Choco-lotta

Choco-lotta

A vibrant cafe in Tokyo, designed by Wonderwall, is entirely devoted to crafting the finest chocolate from around the world.

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December 31, 2012

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Omer Arbel’s industrial-chic restaurant for Tacofino

Omer Arbel’s industrial-chic restaurant for Tacofino

The designer employs salvaged lumber and his wonderful Series 38 fixtures to create the first restaurant by the Vancouver food truck service.

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December 14, 2012

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W Hotel in New Orleans gets a jazzy revamp

W Hotel in New Orleans gets a jazzy revamp

In redesigning the French Quarter hotel, Nemaworkshop took inspiration from the city’s jazz vibe and voodoo history.

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December 7, 2012

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A rustic-mod Italian restaurant in Old Montreal

A rustic-mod Italian restaurant in Old Montreal

Cabinet Braun-Braën converts a 30-year-old furniture showroom into an eclectic Italian eatery in Montreal’s Old Port district.

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November 30, 2012

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Hôtel Droog, a one-stop destination

Hôtel Droog, a one-stop destination

The Dutch design collective transforms a 17th-century building in Amsterdam into a culturally rich hotel that features shops, hosts exhibits and contains a single guest room.

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November 9, 2012

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The James Hotel in Saskatoon

The James Hotel in Saskatoon

Nestled on the bank of the South Saskatchewan River in the heart of downtown Saskatoon, The James – designed by Calgary’s Michael Shugarman – is the city’s first luxury boutique hotel.

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May 2, 2012

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Victor Restaurant at Hôtel Le Germain

Victor Restaurant at Hôtel Le Germain

Jenny Francis breathes luxe modernism into Hôtel Le Germain’s Victor Restaurant.

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April 19, 2011

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New York’s new pop-up restaurant

New York’s new pop-up restaurant

What Happens When, Manhattan’s latest pop-up restaurant, transforms its food, music, branding and decor every 30 days for nine months.

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February 9, 2011

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