Jamie’s Italian Sydney
Jamie Oliver’s latest Jamie’s Italian iteration fuses vintage designs and light-Industrial elements for a casual aesthetic that’s dynamic in its detailing.
‘Custom Made’: Feast by Neri&Hu
Shanghai-based practice Neri&Hu is re-defining the conventions of Chinese dining in Feast, its most recent hospitality project.
The Old Library
The beachside suburb of Cronulla falls for the charms of Hecker Guthrie as the designers inject some American east coast flair into its recent hospitality offering, The Old Library.
Tribal DDB office
A fuzzy vision in felt, this recent workspace fitout by i29 interior architects for ad agency Tribal DDB explores just how far you can stretch this material, in both concept and physical application.
HaKa office, Rotterdam
From an abandoned 1930s industrial building in Rotterdam, Doepel Strijkers Architects conjures up a new headquarters for some of the world’s leading clean-tech companies.
Woods Bagot’s Beijing Studio
Taking the brief for their new Beijing studio directly from its employees, Woods Bagot has created a highly flexible work environment that is both sustainably sound and sensitive to cultural needs.
Baker D. Chirico, Carlton
Proving simple design and clean execution go a long way, March Studio delivers an inviting new fitout for Baker D. Chirico in the heart of Melbourne’s Carlton.
Cue Clothing Headquarters
From a complex brief, Geyer’s new office design for Cue Clothing Co. has yielded a singular space that boasts a pared-back, minimalist glamour.
Edwards Moore designs a cavernous retail space for the relaunch of Melbourne fashion boutique, Alice Euphemia.
M. N. ROY
A new bar in one of Mexico’s oldest neighbourhoods mines the rich cultural and historical heritage of its surroundings for inspiration, yielding a space that is as loaded with complexity and contradiction as the city itself.