A Nippo-Brazilian restaurant by Masquespacio in Valencia

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Valencia-based creative studio Masquespacio has completed its latest interior design project for Kaikaya, the first Nippo-Brazilian restaurant in Valencia, Spain. The restaurant’s founder is a Valencian almost converted into a Brazilian who dreamt to open the first sushi tropical spot in town. This is why Masquespacio interior design is a combination of Japanese elements with elements and Brazilian tropicalismo. The encounter between the two countries …

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The sophisticated and sensual furniture by Dooq

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This is why we want you to introduce to the sophisticated furniture series by Portuguese brand Dooq: 1//In a nutshell: Dooq has as main focus to celebrate the luxury of living. “Playing games” is their recent collection and includes a small yet very sophisitctated coffee table and a side one. Both elements are made out of a balanced game of marbles and brass to create …

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An ode to tactility: the RYU Restaurant in Montreal

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Montréal-based studio Ménard Dworkin Architecture & design has completed RYU Restaurant, a Japanese eatery that is all about tactile experience. Located in the upscale Westmount neighborhood, the sushi bar design combines the attention to craftsmanship and materiality that is at the core of the studio. RYU Restaurant blends the most contemporary style with Japanese sensibility, creating a space defined by carefully crafted pieces made of natural …

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Studiopepe’s interior design of Cafezal coffee shop in Milan

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This is why we want to share Studiopepe's interior design of Cafezal coffee shop in Milan: 1//In a nutshell: Cafezal is the latest interior design work by talented and most favorite Studiopepe , the Milan-based creative office. A microgourmet roastery a coffee shop, a blend of Brazilian heritage and Italian lifestyle, has been recently opened in the Milanese Brera District marking what seems …

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A colorful and sustainable material by Fernando Laposse

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Mexican designer Fernando Laposse has recently developed a naturally colorful material made with native Mexican corn husks, called "Totomoxtle". Moved by the conviction of creating materials and objects for a new generation of conscious users, Fernando Laposse has been working on various projects focused on sustainable design since he graduated Central Saint Martins in 2012, including a glassware made from 100% roti-moulded melted sugar or …

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The Abode – The Cereal Magazine apartment and showroom

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Just imagine the deepest phantasy of a design enthusiast: to live inside a CEREAL magazine! This phantasy can become reality now: enter ‚Abode’ -  this is the name of the show apartment designed by the biannual style magazine, architects Pilbrow and Partners and interior developers Conran and Partners, located in The Greenwich Peninsula, London. Aucoot Photography According to Conran and Partners, The Greenwich …

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