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Buero Wagner makes inventive use of industrial materials in Munich office extension

August 12, 2022 Ali Morris 0
Industrial materials in Munich office extension

Curtains made from aluminium foil and furniture made from galvanised-steel gratings are just some of the novel uses of industrial materials featured in this silver-coloured office extension in Munich. Designed by local studio Buero Wagner, the extension was created by opening up the basement of an existing office in the backyard of a turn-of-the-century building

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Skewed apartment by Clément Lesnoff-Rocard Architect celebrates “edges”

August 9, 2022 Ali Morris 0
Interior image of the marble staircase at The Edge

Local architect Clément Lesnoff-Rocard used clean lines, light colours and mirrors to create a bright interior within this skewed Parisian penthouse. Located on the top two floors of a 1980s building in Paris’ 17th arrondissement, The Edge apartment is a penthouse that looks out over the city’s rooftops. “This space gave me this very specific

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Axel Arigato opens “upside-down” pop-up sneaker shop in Selfridges

August 4, 2022 Ali Morris 0
Axel Arigato opens "upside-down" pop-up shop in Selfridges

Trainers injected with magnets climb the walls and polystyrene ceiling tiles line the floor of Axel Arigato’s “upside-down” office-themed sneaker pop-up in London’s Selfridges department store. Installed in Selfridge’s first-floor menswear department for 12 months, the topsy-turvy pop-up store is a departure from the stone displays and pared-back colour palette ordinarily associated with the Swedish

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Space Copenhagen adds “otherworldly” pieces to Antwerp restaurant

August 1, 2022 Ali Morris 0
Blueness Restaurant Antwerp by Space Copenhagen

A cast brass chandelier and a colourful light installation are just some of the site-specific pieces Space Copenhagen installed in the interior of the Blueness restaurant in Antwerp. Called Blueness, the restaurant is located in the heart of Antwerp’s fashion district, on the ground floor of a 17th-century renaissance building. It is three-Michelin-star chef Sergio Herman’s third restaurant and

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Fyra celebrates bohemian history of Helsinki’s Hotel Torni in contemporary revamp

July 29, 2022 Ali Morris 0
Lobby of Hotel Torni by Fyra with Up 50 armchair by B&B Italia in front of pink wallpaper

Finnish interiors studio Fyra has fostered a “bohemian ambience” in this hotel in Helsinki by layering different styles, colours and historical references within its public spaces. Hotel Torni was originally built in 1931 based on designs by architects Jung & Jung, with its 14 storeys making it the tallest building in Finland at the time.

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Ciguë imagines car-free city inside Cowboy’s electric bike shop in Paris

July 28, 2022 Ali Morris 0
Exterior shop of bike hanging in window of Cowboy e-bike shop in Paris by Ciguë

Limestone blocks and crushed earth feature in this electric bike shop in Paris, designed by local studio Ciguë to visualise how a car-free city of the future might look. The store belongs to Cowboy, an e-bike brand aimed at urban cyclists, and is located in the department store Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche. For its

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Studio Modijefsky favours clean lines in renovation of Dutch dyke house

July 27, 2022 Ali Morris 0
Living room of Home Dijkhuis by Studio Modijefsky with green sofa large timber bookcase

Amsterdam interior design firm Studio Modijefsky has created a contemporary family home inside of a local dijkhuis – a traditional Dutch dwelling set next to a dyke. Located in the north of Amsterdam, the house was originally built for a middle-class family in the 1800s. But the building suffered substantial fire damage while serving as

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Frama designs apartment for filmmaker Albert Moya in Renaissance villa

July 25, 2022 Ali Morris 0
Assorted Frama chairs in wood panelled living room of Villa Medicea di Marignolle apartment by Albert Moya

Copenhagen design brand Frama has contrasted modern furnishings against dark wood panelling inside this hybrid apartment and workspace in Florence, which belongs to Spanish director Albert Moya. The self-contained residence occupies a number of rooms inside the Villa Medicea di Marignolle, a Rennaisance villa and estate nestled among the hills of Florence’s southwestern suburbs. The

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Cells in former Berlin prison turned into guest rooms for hotel Wilmina

July 22, 2022 Ali Morris 0
Narrow guest room with small window and white interior scheme by Grüntuch Ernst Architects

German practice Grüntuch Ernst Architects has converted an abandoned women’s prison and courthouse in Berlin into a “tranquil” hotel. Called Wilmina, the hotel occupies a duo of listed 19th-century structures in Charlottenburg that had been forgotten for decades prior to their renovation. The former court, which sits at the entrance on Kantstraße, accommodates the hotel’s

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Fabio Novembre launches first concept store in Milan dedicated to his designs

July 21, 2022 Ali Morris 0
Fabio Novembre stool on yellow display plinth in IoNoi Gallery in Milan

Italian architect and designer Fabio Novembre has opened IoNoi Gallery, a hybrid retail space and gallery in Milan with “strongly postmodern” interiors designed to showcase his work. Located on a street corner a few steps from Novembre’s studio, the shop sells a range of products the designer has created throughout his career for companies including

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