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Minsk – For the new PandaDoc offices in Minsk, Studio11 devised a chromatic plan to divide the space into four distinct zones.
Moscow – For its second Bloom-n-Brew project, design studio Asketik went against the New York aesthetic of Moscow’s nascent coffee-shop scene.
Paris – The new Homecore flagship in Paris, designed by Studio Malka Architecture, was inspired by Newtonian physics and the humble Krylon spray can.
Mauritius – Salt of Palmar stands out from the rest of the Mauritius luxury hotels due to one key visual choice: designer Camille Walala, she of the bold patterns, set its tone.
Kiev – Designed by Ater Architects, the paediatric clinic is a tear-free alternative to brown walls and white coats.
Shenzhen – The latest member of the Gaga restaurant family, designed by Coordination Asia, is a tranquil spot inside a bustling Chinese metropolis.
Aoyagi, Japan – Country Market, a project by architect Ryusuke Nanki, applied the mish-mash yobitsugi technique to a former residence in Yamagata.
Barcelona, Spain – The Catalonian capital is home to Orvay, a wine bar that utilises interior colour to designate and explore their cellar’s wines.
Vilnius – Išora + Lozuraitytė‘s revamped space for Friends & St-Ws, an optical retailer in Lithuania, features a stunning blue centrepiece.
Warsaw – Polish design studio Beza Projekt designed the Nest to juxtapose the discomforts of traditional office working.
Valencia – Masquespacio envisioned Kaikaya, a Nikkei restaurant in Valencia, as a mix of Japanese traditions and Brazilian tropicalismo.
Ghent – Designed to encourage dialogue and discussion on a wide range of subjects, the XYZ can be seen as a kind of contemporary literary salon.
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