In Hong Kong, Bean Buro rejuvenated common areas of a trendy AMP shopping mall to appeal to its social media savvy habitués.
Identified by a neon glow behind a brick façade is the unassuming space of Café Lafayette, an eatery that captures the magic of a multi-sensory dining experience.
Word on the street is that independent fashion brands are investing in bricks and mortar once again. A tour through Elka Collective’s new store by Aplin Creative is visually compelling proof that the reports are true.
Subtype’s new flagship Melbourne store encourages sneakerheads to explore, Instagram and return time and time again.
Adam Kane Architects brings its signature minimalist aesthetics to a retail environment, creating an elegant space for brides to have a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
We live in a 24/7 world. What does this mean for the future of workplace design? Veteran workplace interior designer Angela Ferguson shares her observations.
At Matcha-Ya by McCartney Design, complementary backdrops and distinctive design features encourage those sought-after Instagrammable moments.