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Can you use colour as a material in an immersive installation? Here's how

Sendai, Japan – What a chroma queen: artist, architect and designer Emmanuelle Moureaux makes colour her only material.

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Waterfalls? Interactive art? This is not your typical digital receptionist

Tokyo – TeamLab’s ‘digital receptionist’ for DMM.com welcomes visitors to a space that responds to human motion. 

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How to make a tapas bar contemporary? Make it comfortable

Vancouver – Como Taperia, a new Spanish eatery in Vancouver by Ste. Marie isn’t just inviting because it’s tasty – it’s roomy, too. 

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Brazil has a new gold rush – at a place meant to make you smile

Brasilia – At the Clínica L’Or by Um a Um Arquitetos, gold and white concrete provide a sense of luxury to a growingly photogenic type of space: the dental clinic. 

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Hermès goes bigger and better in Amsterdam – in a landmark location

Amsterdam – Responsible for the French luxury house’s interiors worldwide, RDAI’s Denis Montel talks about why the Dutch capital’s new Hermès store is unique.

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Visit an infinite flower field made of lights, courtesy of Snarkitecture

New York City – Snarkitecture teamed up with automaker Lexus to create Sway, a site-specific installation during this New York Design Week.

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An installation by Levi van Veluw challenges visitors to get in touch with their spiritual side

Lucca, Italy – Sanctum is a non-denominational ‘sacred space’ that draws inspiration from ancient religion to modern spiritual movements. 

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How to be on-brand and hyper-local? Marni knows just the trick

Tokyo – The Italian fashion house blended its existing interior motifs with local design cues for the creation of its first Tokyo flagship.

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This interactive installation is messing with New Yorkers’ minds — and their walls

New York City – Studio INI created a kinetic installation at Brooklyn’s A/D/O that evokes the fluidity of human movement and interaction in urban environments. 

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In our new book, SPACE10 wants you to eat your vegetables – and your insects, too

Future Food Today features alternative everyday recipes made with oft-overlooked ingredients, from algae to bugs – and it’s available for purchase now. 

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This radiant, virtual-like labyrinth is really a Japanese restaurant in Shanghai

Shanghai – Omakase, a new kaiseki restaurant in the Chinese city designed by Hip-pop Design Studio, blends the natural and unnatural for an immersive dining experience.

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What is that tiny house doing in the middle of Times Square?

New York City – At this year's New York Design Week, Fernando Mastrangelo wants users to experience the future of design in real life.

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