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Hotel June, a place to be when having staycation in mind

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Warm natural woods, mustard-hued sprinkled terrazzo, and few but well-intended pops of color come together at Hotel June in Los Angeles. Located in a timeless mid-century modern building, Hotel June, a spinoff property by the high-end Proper Hotels features a more approachable style and design by Venice-based Studio Collective who offers full-service branding and interior design services. The interior embraces the idea of spending time whether …

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A virtual exhibit of heavyweight canvas art by Mary Little

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It's so well done, you can't quite see the difference between what is real and what is virtual. One of our favorite design studios Estudio Persona has teamed up with Mary Little to show you a virtual exhibit of heavyweight canvas art. Since the initially planned physical exhibition couldn't take place inside Estudio Persona’s showroom, Reflections was born as a 3D landscape, with visualizations looking so …

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IKEA Japan launches a 10 pieces clothing and merchandising line

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After the famous incursion of the blue Balenciaga bag (2.000 USD) based on Ikeas's FRAKTA plastic shopper (0,99 USD), it was just a question of time; the Swedish home-furnishing giant would react. IKEA Japan launches 10 pieces of clothing and merchandising line The first-ever clothing and merchandising collection, which applies the official IKEA logo as its primary design, uses the same …

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How To Translate An Abandoned Pool Taken By Nature As A Store Concept

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Bringing the outdoors in is a term we've heard for a few years now. But how does this look in the Retail Universe where daylight is often spare and plants have a difficult time getting enough nutrients? Located in São Paulo, the first permanent flagship store The Garden Above was designed by the Brazilian design duo Pistache Ganache. The main concept, …

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Privacy, Rest, and Acoustic Protection For Tomorrow’s Public Spaces

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We already shared that acoustic design is having its momentum inside and outside our homes. But where is the limit of noise acceptance? According to experts, noise levels in office spaces where conceptual work is carried out should not exceed 55 decibels. Here goes a list of different decibel scenarios so you get the chance to classify a noise range: 10 dB- …

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Rogan Gregory: When Organic Meets Futuristic Energy

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After having spent a long period in New York, Rogan Gregory who began his career as a design consultant for luxury fashion brands was ready for a change of scenery and moved to Los Angeles taking a former garbage truck depot as his new atelier. While pursuing his career in fashion, Rogan had also spent the past decade creating a body of sculptural …

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