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Rising to the challenge of intervening a Niemeyer building in São Paulo

For the thorough intervention that lead to the Vista restaurant, Brazilian design studio Prototyp& faced low ceilings and an (understandably) untouchable façade. 

A co-working space in the Silicon Bayou feeds on the spirit to rebuild

New Orleans’ The Shop is a co-working location that has been designed to create a positive space for the growing start-up community in the Silicon Bayou.

The next CIFF in Shanghai is just around the corner

This year’s edition of the CIFF focuses on forecasting and manufacturing innovation, in order to respond to the needs of a domestic market worth four trillion RMB.

Kengo Kuma provides a sensorial experience in the age of e-commerce

When a heritage company like Valextra evolves, its stores evolve as well. Case in point: the tactile Kengo Kuma installation at the flagship Milan shop.

How Snarkitecture breaks theoretical rules with art and design

Snarkitecture creates a series of unexpected experiences in its Fun House exhibition at the National Building Museum.

Abruzzo Bodziak turns pages (and whole walls) in an homage to architecture books

What are the most important books in a selection put together by Storefront for Art and Architecture for their newest exhibition? The ones that history missed. 

Kenzo presents a fashion-forward façade to win over shoppers in Seoul

Multidisciplinary design studio Rafael de Cárdenas created a new storefront for Kenzo’s Gangnam flagship taking inspiration from the fashion trade.

This is what an office designed by its employees looks like

What do employees actually want from their office space? At the new Gusto headquarters, the answers ranged from an alternative to open spaces to putting their clients front and centre.

Why Miami’s luxury retail market is dressing down

Rene Gonzalez Architects has designed multiple interiors for Miami-based retailer Alchemist, but the latest space explores the new normal for luxury retail.

As coffee culture heats up in China, tea houses amp up their interiors

The heritage of tea drinking in China is waning with the spread of coffee culture, but architecture studio Spacemen is using design to attract the interest of an experience-driven generation.  

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