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  • How do you go about making a typical 90s suburban supermarket, already worn and dilapidated, into a striking modern architectural statement? The original plan was to tear the store down and start again from scratch, however this proved beyond the budget. Instead, an ingenious and inexpensive redesign has transformed the building into a robust and […]


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  • Paul & Shark’s new flagship store demonstrates how design can refresh a brand Looking to further expand into the Asian market, Italian luxury brand PAUL & SHARK embarked on a mission to renew its brand image. The first step: launch its Asian flagship store on Canton Road, Hong Kong. This would become the prototype for […]


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The window display “colorful wind” for the launch of UNIQLO’s spring item, “LINEN” staged at UNIQLO GINZA flagship store, was exhibited at major UNIQLO stores around the world. Please have a look at the installation, which spreaded colors all over the world. 2014 spring – emmanuelle has created an installation for the launch of UNIQLO’s […]


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Richard Meier & Partners is pleased to announce the opening of Richard Meier Retrospective starting Thursday, October 20th, 2011. The Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Monterrey (MARCO) presents a retrospective exhibition of some of the most emblematic works of renowned architect Richard Meier. The works on display included in the exhibition make it possible to […]


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For Fall 2013, Blu Dot is releasing two new case-goods collections to store your records, books, antiques, taxidermy collections, and much more. Shale: highlighted by layers of clean details, Shale comes in five different size variations (click here for all of the options). Made in the USA, Shale’s solid wood and full grain leather pulls […]


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In contrast to glass and other transparent materials, concrete does obviously not apply to be a material suited for translucent constructions. In the year 1935, in France, the first experiments with light transmitting elements and conccrete lead the way to nowadays modern material Light Transmitting Concrete. It took over 80 years to develop, but today, […]


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