Wed 17.1.

Workshop by The Stella Collective

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Workshop by The Stella Collective

Photographer: Peter Clarke

The Stella Collective has transformed this inner city cafe in to a true celebration of coffee and imagination. In its previous life, the space had been a cramped and dark city canteen in need of some serious love. Seeing the site and its unique floor plan as a great opportunity to break from the traditional coffee spots which dominate Melbourne’s CBD, The Stella Collective have created an lush tropical escape from the surrounding hustle of Queen Street. (more…)

Tue 16.1.

Bardon House by bureau proberts

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Bardon House by bureau proberts

Photographer: © Alicia Taylor Photography

Liam Proberts, Managing and Creative Director of award-winning Brisbane-based architectural practice bureau^proberts, has designed his family home. (more…)

Creating space for creativity and innovation: Bene

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Creating space for creativity and innovation: Bene

Bene Showroom. Photo: © bene

As a leading international specialist in the design and furnishing of inspiring office and working environments, Bene has been dealing with these requirements for many years and developed custom-made solutions for different office concepts. (text by Detail)

 

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Mon 15.1.

YOKO Yoga Studio by Dizaino Virtuve

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YOKO Yoga Studio by Dizaino Virtuve

Photographer: Kernius Pauliukonis

We had to take a good insight into the task upon to create the interior for multifunctional space out of the untraditional place. This space had to accommodate the yoga studio, photo shoots and moreover a variety of exhibitions. Premises area is only 71 sq / m, therefore the functional layout here was extremely important. Every corner of the space had to become functional, as the customers wanted highly mobile multi-dimensional space for future operations. The essential changes that were made was the forming of the new concrete elevations. This helped to develop some unconventional spaces. The remaining interior was designed using natural materials, functional lighting and vivid details. (more…)

Fri 12.1.

Division of workspaces: ADOTTA

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Division of workspaces: ADOTTA

© Adotta

For over 15 years, Italian manufacturer ADOTTA has been designing and producing partition wall systems for high-end offices. Its latest product is the Wallen wall system.

 

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Molecure Pharmacy by Waterfrom Design

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Molecure Pharmacy by Waterfrom Design

Photographer: Kuomin Lee

 

The owner of this project is a post 80s from a pharmacy family, as the third generation, he hopes to subvert the traditional image of pharmacy and melt it into the diversified modern environment. Just like MOLECURE is split and reorganized from words “Molecule” and “Cure”, while approaching to the design, we returns to the original purpose of pharmacy- extracting molecule from nature to synthesize healing drugs. Thus we get the idea of building a space which we named “green in the lab”, combining the seemingly conflicting qualities of “primitive” with “technology”, just like new compounds formed due to molecular bombardment. (more…)

Thu 11.1.

FLAT by Mario Ruiz for GANDIABLASCO

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FLAT by Mario Ruiz for GANDIABLASCO

 

FLAT is a balanced and flexible collection of outdoor furniture designed by Mario Ruiz for GANDIABLASCO. https://goo.gl/8cnY8J (more…)

Second nature: Fast

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Second nature: Fast

Fast’s best seller is the Forest chair designed by Robby and Francesca Cantarutti. Its organic form is inspired by nature and makes it perfect for outdoor use.

 

The Italian outdoor furniture manufacturer FAST, with its elegant designs and robust materials, ensures that the increasing number of patio and garden fans must not forgo style or comfort.

 

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