The third branch of the successful Yakiniku Master Japanese restaurant was recently opened in Shanghai, China. The interior was designed by the Golucci International Design team, led by Lee Hsuhang. The design concept was the fusion of Japanese and South Chinese traditional architecture and culture.
Duvetica opened their 4th store in October, 2011, located in the heart of Milan’s shopping district. As with their previous three monobrand stores, they chose Japanese architect, Tadao Ando, to design the space.
Designed by Original Vision, Villa Amanzi is a seven level holiday home cascading down a granite cliff in Phuket, Thailand. An incredibly vibrant structure of 800 sq.m., it is built on a plot of 2.644 sq.m.in an exclusive area with panoramic views at every turn.
Designed by Zege Architects, the Aegean Airlines VIP Lounge in Thessaloniki airport is a space which has been created to envision every need essential for the traveller of the 21st. century.
Inspired by the e-type from 50 years ago, design studio Skyrill, and designer Marin Myftiu have created a new electric concept car. Hussain Almossawi of Skyrill explains,"The XKX Jaguar is a new generation electric roadster, aimed at pushing both performance and power efficiency to a new level.
Designed by Urban Architecture Office, ABE House is a family residence in Tama-Shi, Tokyo. Built on three levels; this home is a concrete beauty made up of clean lines and balanced geometries.
The Cutty Sark conservation project was undertaken by Grimshaw architects, and the last surviving tea clipper is now proudly displayed as part of the Royal Museums, in Greenwich, London. The 963 tonne national treasure was built in 1869 and represents the finest of 19th century iron and timber shipbuilding techniques.
Designed by One Plus Partnership Limited, the concept behind this cinema is to bring the public into the atmosphere of motion pictures.
Based on the concept of pixels and movement, this space almost seems to pull you into another dimension were you become the character in what i would imagine would be a cross between Matrix and Tron.
“Cheesecake”, an interactive piece of furniture aimed mainly for kids by the new and upcoming designers from India Swarup & Khushboo is the winner of the international design competition “Design for a Changing World”, that Delood organized with the Greek edition of Casaviva magazine and Living Divani.
Items from the original Nuage series of bookshelves and cabinets designed by the groundbreaking Charlotte Perriand, are fervently sought after by collectors of modern design and are to be seen in leading design collections globally.