Interiors

Milan’s Pinacoteca di Brera Gets an Old-World Update

Milan’s Pinacoteca di Brera Gets an Old-World Update

An expert blending of historic and new, Caffé Fernanda by rgastudio offers yet another reason to visit Milan’s Pinacoteca di Brera.

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6 days ago

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For a Toronto Loft Reno, StudioAC Supplies Serenity over Rawness

For a Toronto Loft Reno, StudioAC Supplies Serenity over Rawness

Cloistered corridors and warm materials define a uniquely tranquil apartment on Toronto’s busy Queen Street West.

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13 days ago

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An Industrial – Yet Welcoming – Moscow Coffee Shop

An Industrial – Yet Welcoming – Moscow Coffee Shop

Taking cues from Moscow’s urban identity, Asketik Studio applies a contrasting palette and industrial materials to a pint-sized take-away coffee joint.

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18 days ago

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In Spain, a 17th-Century Hospital Becomes a Splendid Public Library

In Spain, a 17th-Century Hospital Becomes a Splendid Public Library

Using wood as an all-enveloping finish, Madrid firm Murado & Elvira Architects crafts a lovely public library inside of a 17th-century building.

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20 days ago

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Retail in the Raw: David Chipperfield’s First Interior in Canada

Retail in the Raw: David Chipperfield’s First Interior in Canada

The ultra-spare website of Montreal fashion retailer Ssense inspires the design of its neo-brutalist flagship by famed London architect David Chipperfield.

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27 days ago

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Ciszak Dalmas Crafts a Perfectly Imperfect Shop in Madrid

Ciszak Dalmas Crafts a Perfectly Imperfect Shop in Madrid

Unorthodox materials and intriguing textures distinguish Ciszak Dalmas and Matteo Ferrari Studio’s rough yet warm Madrid shop for artisanal leather-goods brand Malababa.

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January 18, 2019

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École de Pensée Opens a Sensitive Men’s Shop in Montreal

École de Pensée Opens a Sensitive Men’s Shop in Montreal

For its new store in Montreal, menswear boutique École de Pensée evokes an apartment-inspired feel that mixes modern and classic flourishes.

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January 17, 2019

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In the Bronx, MKCA Carves Out a Cozy Kids’ Library with Colour and Light

In the Bronx, MKCA Carves Out a Cozy Kids’ Library with Colour and Light

A recently completed children’s library by New York’s Michael K. Chen Architecture (MKCA) provides a quiet corner, furnished with a curved custom bookcase, to foster a love of reading.

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January 15, 2019

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From Cavernous Warehouse to Light-Filled HQ

From Cavernous Warehouse to Light-Filled HQ

In the shell of a former warehouse, Taiwanese firm Waterfrom Design has crafted an appropriately fluid office environment for a maker of water dispensers.

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January 14, 2019

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Scott & Scott Designs a Zero-Waste Store for Vancouver’s Kitchen Staples

Scott & Scott Designs a Zero-Waste Store for Vancouver’s Kitchen Staples

Kitchen Staples enlists Scott & Scott Architects to create a wonderfully warehouse feel for their new Vancouver store, where customers can bring in their own reusable containers for shopping.

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January 9, 2019

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