Heng Jih in 1989 is a brunch restaurant in Taiwan and its name means ‘forever sunny’ in Mandarin. No surprise that light is so important in this minimal space.
The industrial 12-Micron Restaurant in Sydney’s Barangaroo says it all about modern Australian tastes and aesthetics.
The Hollander hotel in Chicago is a new design and social space, where visitors are encouraged to connect with each other before arrival via Instagram. The interior, conceived by French studio Delordinaire, allows guests to cross their paths and interact. Laundromat is located right next to the reception where one can enjoy a coffee while…
Designed by local architect studio Ritz & Ghougassian, the Penta Cafe in Melbourne’s Elsternwick is very raw and minimal. Industrial atmosphere with grey floors, concrete walls, terrazzo benches and steel kitchen elements creates a sleek mood.
Made of folded and lacquered micro-perforated sheets, the ‘Entreplanta Lighting’ collaboration between designer Marta Ayala Herrera and architect Cito Ballesta, is a collection of industrial lamps custom made for a cultural center in Madrid.
Located on the Robertson Quay in Singapore, the Warehouse Hotel was designed by a local design studio Asylum. Based in an old, industrial building dating back to the period of Singapore’s spice trade height, the lobby features an original brick wall, black metal gate and raw, ribbed reception desk.
Built in 1926 and located close to Lake Como, in northern Italy. This gorgeous 270 square meters loft was kept in its original form and holds many of its owner own artwork. Architect and artist Marco Vido has been content with small steps to make it into his dream apartment.