The new market ‘Solera’ in Cologne, Germany was designed to respond to the growing interest in Spanish food products and gastronomy.
Built by Taiwanese agency Waterform Design this interior was inspired by actual paper patterns created by fashion designers for garment making.
We’ve been longtime fan of converted spaces into private homes. For this project in Leiden, Netherlands, architecture firm Atelier Space converted this schoolhouse from 1925 into a gorgeous light-filled family home.
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.
Choosing hues from natural elements such as stone, ash and stormy rain, Note Design Studio has selected twenty different leathers from Danish brand Sorensen Leather
Kane World Food Studio is a beautifully designed urban oasis envisioned by Hungarian Bogdan Ciocodeica. Serving exotic, fusion cuisine, the restaurant’s interior is a flora-inspired eclecticism, where surfaces of marble, glazed tiles or concrete mix with industrial details on the ceiling and wooden furnishings.
London Grind is a coffee chain that is unique – apart from its branches being located in the cool up-and-coming areas of London, some of the different Grinds host recording studios & club nights – like the Shoreditch Grind Studio. Most turn into bars & restaurants as the night kicks in.