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In a city where change is commonplace, building a strong reputation and a clientele is an achievement. The owners of Singapore institution, Luke’s Oyster Bar and Chophouse, took the brave step of moving from its existing restaurant to new premises within the city’s frenetic dining scene.
At the end of 2014, AfroditiKrassa was approached to re-conceptualise, design and brand an existing Greek restaurant in London’s Soho.
Korean studio Platform_a has completed a cafe with pivoting mirrored-glass doors and volcanic stone walls on Jeju, a volcanic island off the coast of mainland South Korea.The seaside venue known as Monsant Cafe is located in Aewol, an area bordering a nature reserve and home to a dinosaur theme park. The owner is rumoured to be South Korean rapper G-Dragon.
Design firm SIRS, which has offices in London and Vienna, wanted to create a distinctive interior within the 1960s apartment building.The 80-metre-square flat sits on Curzon Street, Westminster, in the Mayfair Conservation Area.
Lakeside House is a minimal lake house located in Yamanashi, Japan, designed by Shinichi Ogawa & Associates. The weekend home is surrounded by a beautifully scenic environment, which the architects were considerate in not only providing sweeping views, but creating private nooks for the residents as well.
Mackage, Canada’s coveted manufacturer of highly tailored, fur-trimmed winter coats has over 1,000 points of sale worldwide including the world’s very best global department stores. Establishing their first flagship of an international rollout in their hometown of Montreal, the company engaged Burdifilek to create a unique physical presence.
Layered, tactile and sophisticated, yet playful and full of personality – these are just some of the words that come to mind when looking at the images of The Penny Drop Cafe in Melbourne’s Box Hill.
The New Road Residence is a meticulously refurbished 1797 Georgian townhouse in Whitechapel, London, available for short and long term stays. Spanning approximately 2,851 square feet of open plan living areas and accommodation for up to six guests.
In the Japanese city Setouchi, world famous architect Tadao Ando designed a luxury hotel, connecting the richness of nature, history and culture from long past. The little city of Setouchi has become popular with the growth of its international art festival, attracting tourists from all over the world.
The loft – built inside the iconic MacRobertson chocolate factory in Melbourne‘s Fitzroy is a conversion of a gritty 250sqm brick warehouse into a family home. Architects EAT have manipulated the former industrial building into a mixture of intimately scaled family spaces and vast entertaining voids.