Japanese design office id has skillfully incorporated Minty Fresh into Sumiyoshido Kampo Lounge, creating a simple and elegant clinic for acupuncture and moxibustion.
As we begin this New Year, we focus on the exciting shifts happening in restaurant architecture. Taking cues from a wide range of sources — from minimalism and material, to color and symbolism — the trends are ushering in the next decade of design excellence!
Dunn-Edwards® 2020 Color of the Year, Minty Fresh (DE5687), captures the enthusiasm and optimism of a new decade. Applying this color in design seeks to create measured rhythm out of chaos, with health and wellness at a central place in design planning.
Lodgic Everyday Community opened its doors last year, and is a one-of-a-kind venture located in Champaign, Illinois. The organization introduces a new option for working families that juggle it all, seamlessly blending three services; shared workspace, healthy affordable meals, and child care.
Architecture makes a strong statement about our lives and the world around us — in particular, residential design. From minimalism and innovative use of materials, to symbolism and the advancements in pre-fabrication, here is what is what will shape the homes of the future.
Masquespacio brings its geometric and colorful aesthetic to yet another restaurant tucked away in the streets of Valencia, Spain. The studio recently completed its third venue for Kento Shop, a Spanish chain specialized in Japanese take-away and sushi.
Following the opening of Moxy Times Square, Rockwell Group has teamed up with Yabu Pushelberg to design the interior of Moxy Chelsea in New York. Tucked into the bustle of Manhattan’s historic Flower District, the hotel adds a touch of flamboyance and glamour to the micro hotel trend. A botanically-inspired space, the hotel combines layers of rich color, material, pattern and form to create a vibrant and welcoming design.
Promising to curate a fresh retail experience for customers and a different retail model for brands, Showfields has opened in a historic 1913 building on the corner of Bond and Lafayette Streets in NoHo, and is setting out with a lofty ambition – to be ‘“The Most Interesting Store In The World."
Hotel Boca Chica captures a cool 1950’s vibe (the original property was featured in Elvis’s Fun in Acapulco) and makes it stylish and new.
The famous “Painted Ladies of San Francisco", otherwise known as “Postcard Row" or the “Seven Sisters", are a row of colorful Victorian houses located at 710–720 Steiner Street,...