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Dubai – When building a large office space, how do you please the jeans and the suits? In Edelman’s Dubai offices, Pallavi Dean and her team at Roar found a way.
London – At the London Design Festival, the Danish furniture brand presented a selection of environmentally minded products at the Eco Townhouse.
Milan – Introducing three new colours, Bette ushers lifestyle trends into the bathroom.
Utrecht – With a blank slate for a paediatric cancer centre, Dutch designers MMEK set out to reinvent the environment for an institution of its kind.
Torres Vedras, Portugal – In western Portugal, a new gym designed by Estudio Amatam finds a colourful way to communicate with its tribe.
Maastricht, the – Attached to The Student Hotel, restaurant The Commons is designed for functional fluidity and the changing nature of work and travel.
Blackburn, England – Where’s the rainbow, Liz West? The artist known for her work with light and colour creates an installation with an optical illusion that invites exchange.
OSLO, Norway – Walls, ceiling, floor and furniture immersed in spatially dependent hues: someone at Bakken & Bæck obviously believes in colour psychology.
With St-W’s hospitality design series, Night Fever, about to embark on its sixth global tour, we look back at five hypersaturated interiors from the previous edition.
Moscow – Monoloko Design employs the Suprematist principles of 20th-century artist Kazimir Malevich in the spatial design of the Galaxy Bar and Bottle Shop.
LONDON – Kit-of-parts furniture and vibrant fabrics that serve as interior architecture empower the pupils and teachers of the Rosemary Works School to shape their own environment.
Miami – In a study of colour and shape, the Antidote store design by Atelier de Yavorsky brings the city’s development inside.
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