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House in Kitasando

Situated within the neighborhood of Shibuya, Tokyo, the House in Kitasando — although rather unassuming on the outside — boasts a wealth of interior, industrial and architectural design that would make any home enthusiast jealous. After t...

Virgin Atlantic Airways Upper Class Bar and Cabin by VW+BS Studio

After approaching Virgin Atlantic Airways four years ago about redesigning the interior of one of its planes for the latest in luxurious first-class travel, VW+BS Studios recently realized its mission with the installation of an upper class bar and c...

Marni Taps Colombian Ex-Prisoners to Create “100 Chairs”

Milan-based fashion house Marni utilized salvaged materials and rehabilitated individuals from the city of San Gil as part of their “100 Chairs” offering of 80 chairs, 10 deckchairs and 10 tables – available in 20 colors, 7 models a...

Google Campus London

Aside from dominating the technology landscape through its heavy investment in research and development, Google is also one of the rare companies to focus substantial efforts on the internal functioning of its operations. Frameweb gives us a look ins...

in-ei Lampshades by Issey Miyake for Artemide

Created by designer Issey Miyake for Italian lighting firm Artemide, these elaborate “in-ei” lampshades made a splash during their debut at the 2012 Milan Design Week. The lampshades are constructed with a fibrous fabric derived from recy...

Gilles & Boissier “Sit on My Doudoune” Sofa for Moncler

Designed by French architecture firm Gilles & Boissier for Milan-based fashion house Moncler, the “Sit on My Doudoune” Sofa sees a piece of furniture fitted with quilted materials synonymous with the Italian brand. The one-off piece...

Graffiti Cafe by Studio MODE

Graffiti by name but not by concept, the Graffiti Cafe in Varna, Bulgaria gets its interior designed by Studio MODE, who aimed for a consistency with its building’s architecture. A natural continuation of contour lines echo throughout the insid...

A Bathing Ape x FABRICK x Karimoku CAMO Furniture Collection

A Bathing Ape teams up with FABRICK and Karimoku on a collection of furniture featuring BAPE’s classic 1st CAMO motif. The collection consists of five different items ranging from a folding table to couch, each of which feature the camouflage j...

G-Star RAW for Vitra “Prouve RAW” Furniture Collection

Initially debuting with a display at Art Basel in June of 2011, today marks the launch of the G-Star RAW for Vitra Prouve RAW Furniture Collection. A reinterpretation of a number of pieces designed by French modernist Jean Prouve, the collection incl...

Ori Pendant Lamps by Lukas Dahlen

After experimenting with paper and watching origami instructional films, designer Lukas Dahlen managed to understand the technique and construct a pattern of his own resulting in the sheet metal Ori Pendant Lamp. Featuring a lampshade that reflects t...

The Selby: Coffee Supreme

The Selby recently visited Auckland, New Zealand’s Coffee Supreme, turning his trained eyes on the decadent creation of a beverage that is enjoyed the world over. Home to bean experts and all manner of brewing equipment, those who work at Coffe...

Vault of the Secret Coca-Cola Formula by Second Story

In American folklore, few recipes are as closely guarded as the trade secrets belonging to the original Coca-Cola soft drink formula. To reinvigorate some of that lore, as well as create a flow of visitors to its Atlanta-based museum, Coca-Cola has e...

Yatzer: The Book Club (TBC) London

London’s The Book Club (TBC) isn’t exactly your conventional book club. In fact, it’s hardly a book club at all. Part all-day bar, part exhibition space and part dive bar, TBC is a unique amalgam of industrial architectural whimsy a...

Boon Jr. Shop by Wonderwall

Retail shop and clothing stores that are geared towards kids can often be characterized by tacky aesthetics and overdone design tricks. For South Korea’s Boon Jr. Shop and Wonderwall Inc., the status quo was simply not enough for what the desig...

Wuhan Pixel Box Cinema

With the pixel being the smallest unit of a film image that can be displayed and manipulated, it’s fitting that one state-of-the-art theater in Wuhan, China has utilized the miniscule square as inspiration for its entire facility. The 8835-sqm...