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Melbourne – Inspired by Syrian art and architecture, The Stella Collective designed homewares shop and café Zoobibi to help shoppers digitally disconnect.
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Singapore – With nine beauty-verses, the Kingsmen-designed Sephora Playhouse showed that Insta-friendly pop-ups continue to pay off for brand engagement.
Fuji, Japan – CMYK Interiors & Products worked with Fuji’s local government to turn its central train station into an accommodating gathering space.
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Foshan, China – Foshan-based retailer Sigar Bespoke has a new Construction Union-designed store that sways 21st century casual wearers into the world of men’s custom tailoring.
Hong Kong – In this interview, St-W Awards 2020 jury member Joe Cheng sheds some light on the breakneck evolution of the Chinese hospitality market.
Tokyo – Ryusuke Nanki turned ad space physical with Milkland, a bold temporary pop-up shop in Shibuya for dairy-based sweets.
Toronto – With Tora, Vancouver-based design studio Ste. Marie reveal that the stereotypes of in-mall hospitality can be overcome with a strong spatial concept.
Guangzhou – Meow Restaurant, a new cat café in Guangzhou, was designed by E Studio with attention to human and feline welfare.
Washington, USA – Rafael de Cárdenas envisioned the stark space for Rodarte, an exhibition for the eponymous fashion label in Washington’s National Museum of Women in the Arts.
Moscow – Upon the completion of its renovation, the Russian capital’s School 57 triggered other institutions to think about how to give their students better learning environments.
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