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With China’s first design museum still on its way, COORDINATION ASIA now introduces China’s first children’s design museum: the Kids Museum of Glass. This educational design space, a former industrial workshop, is marked by kaleidoscopic patterns, natural materials and contrasting sleek blackened glass surfaces.
Filipe Melo e Oliveira, created a totally new premium concept brand, centrally located in the downtown of Lisbon, is where the very best of Portugal comes together, mainly in the art of men shoes and wine, besides belts, accessories and concept items, entirely designed and produced in Portugal.
The Milanese studio Piuarch designs the new Givenchy flagship store in Seoul, in the heart of the Gangnam-Gu shopping district...
The villa Noailles art centre is a good example of ”archimode”, a fusion between architecture and fashion. Since the 1920s, Charles and Marie-Laure de Noailles’ patronage and above all their curiosity animated this site of encounters and artistic creation.
Patrick Bradley developed Grillagh Water House, built using four used shipping containers, for a picturesque site on his own farm near the town of Maghera, in Northern Ireland...
Located in Marbella, on the Mediterranean coast of Spain, the Jellyfish House’s neighboring buildings block its view onto the nearby sea.
Peter Pichler Architecture designed a pair of connected holiday homes, the Mirror Houses, in the city of Bolzano, Italy that, literally, reflect the surrounding landscape.
As a recent realization of the concept "Shanshui City", "Chaoyang Park Plaza" has begun construction. This project pushes the boundary of the urbanization process in modern cosmopolitan life by creating a dialogue between artificial scenery and natural landscapes.
Michelin-star chef Sergio Herman and chef Nick Bril created their “fine dining meets rock ’n roll” restaurant vision together with Piet Boon over three years ago in a mythical location in Antwerp; the chapel of a former military hospital.
The Market Hall is part of the new inner city heart of the Laurens Quarter, the pre-war centre of Rotterdam. The building is a sustainable combination of food, leisure, living and parking, all fully integrated to enhance and make the most of the synergetic possibilities of the different functions.