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Genesin Studio’s new Aesop Rundle Street store, Adelaide

Category: Architecture Published on 14 Oct, 2014

Genesin Studio has recently refurbish a Victorian shop in Adelaide for skincare brand Aesop. The newly designed Aesop Rundle Street store takes full advantage of the generous proportions of the building and heightens a sense of openness through white walls adorned simply with product shelves crafted from solid timber and blackened steel rods.

Denim R & D studio by Zemberek Design Office, Istanbul

Category: Architecture Published on 14 Oct, 2014

Zemberek Design Office has recently redesigned the Denim R & D headquarter in Istanbul to offer a flexibility working space for the textile company employees.

Tokujin Yoshida designs Issey Miyake London new Flagship Store

Category: Architecture Published on 13 Oct, 2014

Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshida has designed the Issey Miyake new flagship store at Brook street in London.

Theatre de Stoep in Spijkenisse by UNStudio

Category: Architecture Published on 09 Oct, 2014

Opening today, the 5,800-square-metre Theatre de Stoep was designed by UNStudio to provide the Dutch town of Spijkenisse of a new cultural venue.

Beige concept store in Tokyo by Nendo

Category: Architecture Published on 08 Oct, 2014

Nendo a recently completed a concept store for fashion brand BEIGE, newly opened in the Tamagawa Takashimaya shopping centre in suburban Tokyo.

Forfatterhuset Kindergarten by COBE, Copenhagen

Category: Architecture Published on 07 Oct, 2014

Danish architects COBE have completed a new daycare center in Copenhagen with curved corners, lush roof gardens and a special brick facade that gives the building a warm modern feel and at the same time reflects its historic surroundings.

Merchant Square Footbridge in Paddington, London

Category: Architecture Published on 07 Oct, 2014

British firm Knight Architects and structural engineers AKT II have completed the Merchant Square footbridge, a moving bridge in Paddington, London, that opens and closes with an action similar to that of a traditional Japanese hand fan.

The Markthal Rotterdam by MVRDV opens its door

Category: Architecture Published on 01 Oct, 2014

Today the Markthal Rotterdam designed by local practice MVRDV opens its door to the public. The covered market is located in the city center of Rotterdam and comprises 96 fresh produce units and 20 hospitality and retail units. The roof of Markthal is shaped by an arch of 228 apartments.

Saraiva Bookstore by Studio Arthur Casas, Rio de Janeiro

Category: Architecture Published on 30 Sep, 2014

São Paulo firm Studio Arthur Casas designed this bookshop in Rio de Janeiro for Brazilian retailer Saraiva.

Bombay Sapphire Distillery at Laverstoke Mill by Thomas Heatherwick

Category: Architecture Published on 25 Sep, 2014

British designer Thomas Heatherwick has completed a new distillery for gin company Bombay Sapphire in Laverstoke Mill, Hampshire – England.

The White Retreat by Colombo and Serboli Architecture

Category: Architecture Published on 24 Sep, 2014

Spanish studio Colombo and Serboli Architecture realized the renovation of this 36 sqm apartment near Barcelona for an art historian and curator who asked a peaceful, open and essential space, furnished with contemporary artworks, some books, and records.

Holypopstore Concept Store in Rome

Category: Architecture, Style Published on 24 Sep, 2014

Holypopstore, a brand new concept store that offers a selected mix of sneakers and contemporary art culture, has opened it’s door in Rome.

Autodesk’s Tel-Aviv Offices by Setter Architects

Category: Architecture Published on 23 Sep, 2014

Israeli interior design firm Setter Architects has recently completed the new Autodesk’s headquarters in Tel Aviv. The new office extends over four floors of a new tower on Tel Aviv’s prestigious Rothschild Boulevard.

Refugi Lieptgas: Concrete Log Cabin in the Swiss Alps by Nickisch Sano Walder Architekten

Category: Architecture Published on 23 Sep, 2014

At first glance the Refugi Lieptgas designed by Nickisch Sano Walder Architekten looks like a traditional wooden hut. Taking a closer look you will actually find that this cabin is made of concrete.

CABANE de ZUCCa SHIBUYA PARCO by Schemata Architects

Category: Architecture Published on 22 Sep, 2014

Japanese architect Jo Nagasaka of Tokyo-based studio Schemata Architects has renovated the interior of CABANE de ZUCCa flagship shop at Shibuya Parco in Omotesando, Tokyo.

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