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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Villa Ortizet – Bringing Rocky Outdoors In

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The past months have shown an unusual creative boost of 3D projects within the interior design scene, and the curve is the star of all. I bought a print of Charlotte Taylor's work a couple of years and haven't stopped finding her work on the net ever since. This is one of her recent projects teaming up with Anthony Authié. Villa Ortizet ideally …

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Can a fashion brand provide a home staging that helps to identify?

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Within a world of interdisciplinary collaborations, can a fashion luxury brand provide a home staging that helps to identify (and sell)? We'd like to introduce you today to 145 distinctive canalside apartments and nine penthouses, built by Wilkinson Eyre within a refurbished triplet of cast-iron gasholder located at King's Cross (London). According to Frameweb, London’s property market continues to stutter, buffeted …

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Challenging The Conventional: Not Your Typical Coworking

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Cabinette is not defined by its creators as a simple co-working or gray office space. The design idea spins around challenging the conventional and offering a place of stories where the first concepts may be envisioned a tad wilder, and creativity has no boundaries. Recently awarded with Young Talent of The Year 2020 by Elle Deco International - Masquespacio, located …

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How to convert Brutalist offices into a contemporary boutique hotel?

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The Standard completed its first hotel in London with a 1974 Brutalist structure overlooking King’s Cross. How to convert offices within a concrete Brutalist frame into a contemporary boutique hotel of 266 rooms hosting a new restaurant, bar, and a roof terrace above? This project is all about Repurpose, Reuse, and Readapt.   The original tinted-windows in their distinct rounded rectangular frames were replaced with …

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