Geometric graphics run throughout Roxy/Josefine Club in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, and resembles a gigantic sci-fi bee’s nest - with bold, sumptuous colors lending it a futuristic yet decidedly opulent aura.
Three concept rooms stocked with the latest fashion, a book and record store and club space – all linked by an indoor forest and raw wood and orange acrylic, skeletal tunnel, London's LN-CC is a fabulously unique retail concept.
Vying for attention in a neighbourhood of luxury outlets, Marc Jacobs‘ Tokyo flagship store has been given a surprisingly simple, yet utterly effective, trio of façades by New York’s Stephan Jaklitsch Architects.
You by Dialect, Stockholm with interiors by Electric Dreams. Giant, upholstered purple lampshades and product displays as glossy black picture frames give this Swedish electronics store a delightfully homely feel.
Flowerpots for chip bowls and lampshades, growing herbs at your table, a garden lounge and a flower shop – The Folly is a botanically inspired oasis in the heart of the hustling, bustling City of London.
Ever felt a slight despondent when locking your prized new garments away in the wardrobe? Mathilde Alders certainly has, so much so in fact that she’s designed her own, decidedly exhibitionist, wardrobe.
From mono-coloured rooms to sleeping under swimming elephants, Maastricht’s Château Bethlehem Hotel is a frighteningly creative place, where hotel management students get hands on experience in forward-thinking hospitality.
Chopin’s Visiting Card consists of mesmerising ribbons of laboriously processed plywood chaotically weaved their way through the space of this recent Polish exhibition by WWAA Architects and artist/set-designer Boris Kudlička.
Comprised of 50 ceiling-mounted, LED devices that emanate from a mechanical arm, pushing light through the custom-cut Swarovski crystal lens, Troika's installation at Design Miami is delicate, elegant and exquisite.
Between 1968 and 1973, Wendell Castle created a unique series of lamps that were steeped in inspiration from pop-art, surrealism and hot-rod cars – known simply as Benny, Fat Albert, Sluggo, Pinkie, and Raquel.
New “conversation booths”, that offer an iPod and a soundproof dome – under which the customer can control their own music and lighting - are just part of the experiments in PizzaExpress' new 'Living Lab'
Manchester's North Pole Bar is a pop-up bar boasting über-kitsch faux fur throws, Swiss chalet rugs, warm winter cocktails and a host of festive events. Get in the spirit with a little bit of unpretentious fun.
Meticulously recreated, yet with his own – often dark – personality etched upon them, the 100 covers that comprise brilliant illustrator, JP Thurlow's new exhibition at Hoxton's KK Outlet are breathtaking and fascinating.
Canberra-based energy company, ActewAGL, recently celebrated their 10th anniversary by commissioning Frost* Design and Robert Foster to produce this staggering piece of work for the ground floor of their new headquarters.
The Black Pearl House and Workshop. By completely gutting a 100 year old Rotterdam property and building a new, cutting-edge home inside, Studio Rolf.fr and Zecc Architects have achieved something truly unique.
Forever set to polarize opinion – it was once voted 'London’s ugliest building' – the Brutalist icon that is the Barbican Centre has a pair of new dining venues courtesy of SHH, London based architects and designers.
Widely considered to be one of the top chefs in the world, Heston Blumenthal's debut supermarket range for Waitrose is typically one like no other, with beautiful, minimalistic packaging and unique flavours and ingredients.
Edwards Moore created a wonderfully abstract landscape of woodchippings that ran the length of the gallery, “forming a dynamic unifying terrain on which to display this year’s exhibits" at the Melbourne Furniture Fringe.
Located in a former bank and with marble columns, original wooden paneling, a stunning roof-top terrace and spa – it’s surprising that the raw, edgy Berlin is only a short walk away from the beautiful Hotel de Rome.
Having produced elegant responsive lighting installations for the likes of the V&A and Massive Attack, London based collective, United Visual Artists, have unveiled their first permanent public artworks in Toronto