All Projects

Breaking Wave

Paul Nulty Lighting Design

07 Jul 2014

Breaking Wave is an innovative lighting installation designed by Paul Nulty Lighting Design which takes centre-stage in John Lewis's new 92,000 sq ft store in York. Comprised of a series of low-energy fluorescent lamps, Breaking Wave hangs suspended from the soffit to create a lighting showpiece; a trend that is being replicated across retail thanks to its original design and aesthetic. Hanging

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Refurbished Heritage Apartment

Francisco Javier Eguilux

02 Jul 2014

Located in an early 20th century listed building in Madrid's city centre, this dwelling once consisted of three living rooms interconnected by sliding doors, with windows overlooking the main street. As an existing heritage space, it featured many beautiful, if neglected, details including ceiling mouldings, original exterior woodwork and wooden flooring settled as dowels and arranged in

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Mint Leaf

LWD Interiors

02 Jul 2014

As an existing brand from London, Mint Leaf's ethnic Indian roots in culture and cuisine were the source of inspiration for this new upmarket restaurant, bar and lounge located in the Dubai International Financial Centre. The designers at LWD Interiors have crafted an enticing ambience through tone, depth of light and use of texture.   The design team took the approach of creating a

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Chameleon House

Petr Hajek Architects

01 Jul 2014

Located in Lipence, Czech Republic, Chameleon is a private, family house designed by Prague-based architect Petr Hajek. Occupying a site area of 1627 sq m, the house sits in the centre of a garden; a setting that plays an important role in both the architecture and the interior design. The careful positioning of the house and the deliberate angles of the rooms maximise the ample views of the

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Café Coutume Aoyama

CUT architectures

30 Jun 2014

Following CUT architectures' design of the flagship café Coutume rue de Babylone in Paris and the coffee cart within the Finnish Institute in Paris, they were re-commissioned to design the first café Coutume abroad, in the heart of Tokyo's Aoyama district. CUT architectures aimed to keep the strong identity they had created already for the Coutume brand while adapting it to the

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