Thailand Creative + Design Center by Department of Architecture, Bangkok – Thailand

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The new homebase of Thailand Creative + Design Center has been divided into six functional zones, each with a different focus and related facilities in support of the thriving local creative industry. also to be found across the premises are co-working spaces, an exhibition gallery offering a rotating program of events, a fully equipped auditorium seating up to 150 people, and a creative business center for business consulting, exchanging ideas and making new connections, in order to expand one’s business.

Club Med Offices by 100architects, Shanghai – China

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Based on a Mediterranean feelings of holidays, which is swimming, the Lobby was conceptualized to mimic a swimming pool, in which visitors would be submerged under water. To create this illusion, a deep blue elevated pipe was designed to be hanging overheads, looping around the lobby defining different mini-areas within the lobby area.

Lululemon window display by Lucky Fox, London – UK

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The New York street inspired print helped shape the creative of the window scheme. Ripped and overlaid artwork formed a backdrop to the collection, which also featured on plinths with neon details.

Yaposhka Restaurant of Japanese cuisine by Maria Tselik, Canape Agency, Kharkiv – Ukraine

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Minimalistic forms with clear geometry, a lot of wood in decoration and variety of natural plants are distinctive features of the traditional Japanese culture. But modern Japanese animation films (which are projected on the wall in one of the halls), bright parametric panel and colored chairs are the elements of pop.

Fuxing Road Jewelry Clubhouse by Adam-Design, Shanghai – China

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A series of metal finishes, such as staircase handrails, door frames and display boxes, adopt the “noble gold”, the combination of gray and gold highlights the luxury of low-key space. On the wall, designers use modern techniques to design the barrier board, which makes the panel have a rich sense of layering, and get rid of the monotony of the traditional wall board.

VIVINO restaurant by Studio Eti Dentes, Zihron Yaakov – Israel

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VIVINO restaurant by Studio Eti Dentes, Zihron Yaakov – Israel

Droids on Roids Office by mode:lina, Wroclaw – Poland

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Etihad Museum, Dubai – U.A.E.

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Umaya used B Light’s know-how for the outdoor lighting of this majestic project. The aim of the project is to make the Museum’s stunning architecture stand out and to emphasize the uniqueness of its structure.

Fashion Sports collection by Hans Boodt Mannequins

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After a lot of research, visiting national and international shops and having conversations with several sport brands, Hans Boodt has come to a perfect sizing, which they are convinced is capable of serving both fashion sports brands and functional sports brands.

CANELÉ du JAPON doudou by Asano Geijyutsu inc., Osaka – Japan

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Cladding Oya tuff stone from façade to the interior, with creation of an impression for unity of inside and outside. It became an absolute sophisticated and innocent spatial with our work narrowing down the raw materials to three kinds (Oya tuff stone, Chestnut wood, and copper), and simplify the finishing touches.

Pedras do Mar Resort & SPA by M-arquitectos, Ponta Delgada – Portugal

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Both the interior and exterior spaces are protected from harsh weather, the prevailing winds, and sunlight. The Azores, empirically known for having the four seasons in just one day. The local materials – cryptomeria wood and vulcanic basalt stone, greatly responds to the site at issue – both climatic as well as territorial. The Hotel represents all site’s strengths.

ESP Shopping Mall by INRES and Area-17 Architecture & Interiors, Ravenna – Italy

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Il Lupo Toscano by Area-17 Architecture & Interiors, Campi Bisenzio – Italy

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The rebranding interested several aspects, from environmental graphic to menus, form placemats to employee uniforms. Humble materials, basic furnishing, and playful details round out the environment keeping its pop spirit without gourmet snobbery.

“Minima | Maxima” installation by Marc Fornes, Astana – Kazakhstan

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The project was commissioned for World Expo 2017, an event which showcases architectural and engineering innovations. The structure will remain a permanent installation that incites curiosity and engagement on the site.

QIN Group Offices by Studio DOTCOF, Chongqing – China

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Every box is opened to the outside; the space is open, and maintaining spatial layers in the meantime. They provide “meet by chance” and communication place for people in different departments, who may not know each other before, expecting more possibilities might happen.

LANQIAOHUA packaging by Xiangaopeng

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The main pattern has adopted deer, cranes, turtles and unicorns, which represent longevity and health, along with buckwheat. Compared with similar products, it is novel and provides people with a strong visual memory.

Linda Farrow’s Paris store by Sheridan&Co, Paris – France

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While the interiors’ colour palette is neutral, the play on different material textures – from stone and marbling effect to brushed metallic – amplifies light and space, allowing the eyewear displays to take centre stage.

O.LIVE packaging by Aris Goumpouros

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Inspired from the classical Hellenistic era ornaments, the featured elements were designed to form a cohesive brand identity and give emphasis in Greek origin, quality and credibility. The O.LIVE symbol depicts the olive tree and it’s fruit in combination with the sun.

“Trésors Quotidiens” exhibiton at WeWork La Fayette, Paris – France

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The exhibition “Trésors Quotidiens” at WeWork La Fayette shows a series of nostalgic collectibles — physical products in an increasingly digital era. Baron’s selection includes approximately 35 products that enhance the creative workspace, chosen from 20 iconic galleries, bookstores and concept stores throughout Paris.

Mrs B Salon by Pallavi Dean Interiors, Dubai – U.A.E.

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The concept narrative revolves around androgyny. A design that is not about being ‘pretty’ but embraces both masculine and feminine characteristics of beauty. It’s designed for a woman that is confident, someone who is on a same level playing field with a man. She can wear trainers or suit and still feel beautiful. The furniture within the space was carefully selected to reflect this.