Posts tagged 'Interior design'

The design-led hotels to bookmark for remote working in 2021

While ‘bleisure’, the blending of business and leisure travel, took off long before the pandemic, until then and before travel resumes, we will have to

Architecture

Basha-Franklin go bold at the Aldgate Tower

The new entrance of 2 Leman Street marks the relaunch of the building Basha-Franklin were enlisted by Brookfield Properties UK to refresh the existing ground

Interiors

Inside the Berlin offices where industrial concrete meets unexpected colour

Located in a former 1970s furniture warehouse, design studio Coordination took a fearless approach to colour when designing their Berlin workspace While Berlin may be

Interiors

Masquespacio creates a colour blocked co-working space in Valencia

When a design studio receives a brief that mentions avoiding stereotypes and cliché, it can be both a challenging and exciting project, but one that

Interiors

Ferrum’s break room captures the company’s industrial spirit

Capturing the essence of a company in the office interior design can be challenging depending on the subject matter, but for their work for Swiss-based

Interiors

Data privacy: does GDPR inconvenience office design?

In an open-plan office, there’s an obvious conflict when it comes to members of your workforce who are required to deal with sensitive data, and

Interiors
Benny Chan|||

This LA café offers guests a 3D experience

Los Angeles-dwelling firm Wick Architecture & Design and LAND Design Studio have just unveiled the second outpost of the aptly named Stereoscope, a popular coffee shop in Newport

Interiors
Paula Caballero|||

Masquespacio pays tribute to ceramic craft at Roca’s Casa Decor

Valencia-dwelling design duo Masquespacio has joined forces with Spanish tiling firm Roca to pay tribute to the beauty of ceramics in their exhibition titled A Look

Design
Perkins and Will|||

Are we truly designing spaces that tell stories and shape experiences?

Stories are how we think, they are how we make meaning. Call them schemas, scripts, cerebral maps, or metaphors. Stories are how we create our

Opinion
Li Mingwei, Zhou Yan, Zhao Donglin|||

inDeco creates spatial order at Ruhnn Culture’s office in Hangzhou

Chinese tech firm Ruhnn Culture, which works within KOL incubation and marketing in e-commerce, has opened the doors to its new office, set on the

Interiors

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