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BONE chill
February 2015
Housed in a refurbished 1940s building in Mexico, Hueso is a new concept restaurant that has an eerie décor. The idea of the décor came from its name, which in English means bone. Handmade ceramic tiles covered with graphics make up the facade that sports a double skinned exterior used to protect the inside textured layer.
PLay of senses
January 2015
Located at the Mont-Tremblant National Park, Quebec, this gorgeous piece of architecture by Smith Vigeant Architects is the Discovery Centre - Centre de dTcouverte du parc national du Mont-Tremblant.
Hybrid Design
December 2014
A salon-meets-café-meets retail outlet in a unique and cohesive space designed by the Canadian firm +tongtong.A café-cum-salon-cum-retail boutique in Toronto is aptly called Her Majesty´s Pleasure as it is indeed
Designed To Thrill
October 2014
Architect Shigeru Ban designed a museum in Aspen, USA, that replicates the experience of skiing for its visitors, amidst the beauty of the surrounding mountains. The recipient of this year´s Pritzer Prize, Architect Shigeru Ban is known
Coke Studio
August 2014
A brand with a long-standing heritage, requirements of a modern office and the punch-line of ‘happiness in a bottle’ – how can you combine these essentials in one space? The answer lies in an out-of-the-box design as done by the UK-based Morey Smith for Coca Cola’s new office in London.
Reclaimed Renovation
July 2014
Designers from the firm Design Haus Liberty use the concept of 'reclaimed architecture' to transform advertising agency Analog Folk's London office. Unlike most conventionally classic offices in London, the headquarters of Analog Folk
Starck style
June 2014
Philippe Starck and his team play their magic on the J Plus Hotel in Hongkong. When the pulsating city of Hongkong and the star designer Phillippe Starck come together, what is guaranteed is a design that will sweep you off your feet. That´s exactly what happens at the recently redesigned J Plus Hotel in the city.
Rock solid
May 2014
In an old converted warehouse building on the prime harbour front Aker Brygge in Oslo, Norway, is Arkwright's corporate office.London-based Haptic Architects have refurbished a part of the warehouse to create for this office a one-of-its-kind work ambience
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