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INTERIOR DESIGN

8.1

Palazzo FENDI / Curiosity

In the hearth of Rome, FENDI opened their biggest flagship store, designed by Gwenael Nicolas with an iconic location at the renewed two-story Palazzo FENDI store. The same Palazzo FENDI built during the 17th Century - Initially one of the residences of the aristocratic Boncompagni-Ludovisi family. Covering almost 1,000 square meters,...
7.7

Black cant system – HEIKE fashion brand concept store / AN design

HEIKE, a Chinese fashion concept store is a project by Shanwei Weng and Jiadie Yuan of An Design and a poetic conceptual and spatial experiment to create an innovative example of interior design for an independent fashion brand. The combination of the colours, textures, and forms create a perfect balance between the aesthetics and design...
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Sulwhasoo Flagship Store / Neri&Hu

Lanterns lighting the way towards Asian wisdom and holistic beauty embody the philosophy and value of Sulwhasoo. The building was designed by Korean architect IROJE and built in 2003. Celebrating the roots of the brand, Neri&Hu wanted to develop a concept with strong connections to Asian culture and traditions, ultimately allowing customers to discover the wealth of Asian wisdom that underpins the Sulwhasoz ethos...
7.3

Gnomo Lifestyle Shop / Masquespacio

Masquespacio presents its last interior design project for lifestyle shop Gnomo, situated in the well acclaimed Valencia quarter Ruzafa. The brand focuses on original design objects and with their upcoming 6th birthday, The original space had an 80’s vibe, which they decided to keep and build from by adding modern layers to it. Along with installing a smooth granite floor, the walls were painted white with accents painted blue and green to give it a playful feel...
8.2

Pink Moon Saloon / Sans-Arc Studio

House of fire and drink in the heart of the West End, Designed by Matiya Marovich of Sans-Arc Studio. Pink Moon Saloon was to integrate a narrative of camp-fire cooking and a childlike nostalgia for nature with a bar and kitchen, in a narrow alleyway in Adelaide. The design process centred around exploring the typology of the wilderness hut, creating a moment of warmth and respite in the city...
8.1

Editions de Parfums Frédéric Malle / Jakob + MacFarlane

The new boutique, rue des Francs Bourgeois by Frédéric Malle. Located in 13 rue des Francs-Bourgeois in the Marais, The project is imagined first as a shoebox volume slid into the ground floor of an existing ancient building in the Marais district of Paris. This box is designed so its façade facing a busy shopping street is created as one total window...
7.1

The Rabbit Hole – Organic Tea Bar Redfern / Matt Woods Design

The Rabbit Hole by Australian designer Matt Woods took advantage of the present architecture in the design of the space, Aiming to re-invent the tired & clichéd teahouse concept, The Japanese art of Kintsugi (which means to join with gold, and is a celebration of the beauty of imperfection in ceramic objects) forms the foundation of this new design approach to this largely neglected niche of the market...
7.5

Mad Giant Beer brewery and restaurant / Haldane Martin

Haldane Martin Iconic Design has designed a brewery and restaurant interior for Mad Giant beer that plays with scale referencing oversized metal toy construction kits. The result is a creative and welcoming industrial space that brings to life the DIY ethos of the renegade South African craft beer, while contributing to the urban regeneration of inner-city Johannesburg...
6.5

Selfridges Designer Studio / CAMPAIGN design

Design studio Campaign has created the retail space, which also includes installations from designers such as Anna Lomax, Gary Card and Patternity. Campaign has created the interiors for Selfridges’ new Designer Studio, featuring installations by artist collaborators Gary Card, Patternity and Anna Lomax. The 1580m2 retail space, situated on the third floor of the department store, is designed to showcase established and emerging fashion designers, including Acne and Kenzo...
8.2

Theodore Treehouse / Studiobird

Melbourne multidisciplinary firm Studio Bird’s Theodore Treehouse, The lively project pushes the boundaries between decoration and art for a residential space through a sense of space within spaces. The theatrical home has been created with bespoke joinery and sculptural installation elements, with rich jewel tones and perfectly executed playful elements...
7.3

CUP Cuisine Urbaine Parisienne / Studio MHNA

Just opened in June 2016, CUP is the air of Paris. That of the markets, Les Halles, a space of exchange, discovery and melting pot. Marc Hertrich and Nicolas Adnet, co-founders of Parisian interior design firm Studio MHNA, are the creative minds behind CUP – Cuisine Urbaine Parisienne, a bright and attractive eatery – CUP restaurant. Located in the public area of Orly International Airport’s South terminal...
7.7

The Kettle Black Cafe / Studio You Me

Designed by Studio You Me, the Kettle Black Cafe in Melbourne is a minimalist spot. the space almost creates it’s own new genre of venue. The interior palette was carefully curated with warm finishes of soft oak timbers and polished concrete, with furnishings from DesignByThem, Matte black steel accessories provide a sharp contrast to the light interior, while green accents add a light, playful touch...