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Café Liberty, London

10/05/2011

SHH Architects have been asked to redesign the second floor restaurant of Liberty, the famous London department store originally built using the timber from two warships in 1924

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The Disappearing Dining Club, London

10/04/2011

The Disappearing Dining Club is a step away from the conventional restaurant experience. It occupies a permanent ‘Dining Room’, a one table space that can only host ten people at a time, in Featherstone Street near Old Street, but also throws dinner and drinks parties in empty warehouses, hidden rooftops and basements, secret galleries and gardens, and just about any unusual space you can think of

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Derrier, Paris

10/03/2011

Mourad Mazouz’s restaurant Derrier is described as a ‘home away from home’ – and I can see why: the restaurant, styled as a family apartment, gives the impression of having stumbled into an eccentric friend’s well-lived in home

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John Lewis Fashion Pavilion

09/30/2011

London department store John Lewis has commissioned Grimshaw Architects to design a pop-up installation for their Oxford Street store

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Outsider Tart, London

09/29/2011

When Americans David Lesniak and David Muniz moved to London, they felt that the indulgent cakes and tarts that they were used to were hard to come by, and promptly decided to rectify the situation themselves

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Depot Basel

09/28/2011

Basel is synonymous with contemporary art, but it has been lagging on the contemporary design front. This is set to change: Laura Pregger and Matylda Krzykowski co-founded Depot Basel to provide space dedicated to contemporary design

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Blueware by Glithero

09/27/2011

Blueware is a collection of ceramics by London-based product design duo Glithero. Age-old processes of preservation and photography are deconstructed and inventively recombined with surprising results

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Atelier Mecanic

09/23/2011

A former factory in the Old Town of Bucharest, Romania has been given a new lease on life as a bar with strong industrial overtones

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Tracey Neuls

09/22/2011

Pioneering footwear designer Tracey Neuls scheduled the opening of her East London store to coincide with the London Design Festival, and to mark the occasion equally daring British designers Faudet-Harrison were appointed to create a fresh interior that would be appropriate for the edgy new Redchurch Street location

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Zmianatematu cafe, Łódź

09/15/2011

Polish architects xm3 have designed a cafe with a cave-like interior in Łódź, a city aspiring to become the fashion, design and film capital of Poland

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