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RGB, London

09/12/2011

The RGB project, as previously previously featured on this blog, is now in London at DreamBags-JaguarShoes. RGB is by Frencesco Rugi and Silvia Quintanilla, an artist/designer pair from Milan operating under the moniker Carnovsky

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The Draughtman's Arms, London

08/24/2011

As part of The Arhictect: What Now? exhibition that ran from 9-13th August, architects Gundry and Ducker designed a ‘pop-up-pub’ in the Crypt of a Marylebone church that served as a bar on the opening night and as a reception area for the rest of the exhibition

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Ruschmeyer's, Montauk

08/18/2011

The people behind King & Grove recently renovated a lakeside woodland lodge dating from the early 50s. It reopened this summer as Ruschmeyer’s, a hotel that evokes feelings of a grown-up summer camp

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Chambers Eat and Drink, San Francisco

08/16/2011

Chambers Eat and Drink is a new bar in San Francisco’s Phoenix Hotel, located in the city’s infamously gritty Tenderloin district

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Slowpoke Espresso, Melbourne

08/12/2011

Slowpoke is a new cafe in Fitzroy, Melbourne designed by French-born, Melbourne-based designer Sasufi. The focal point of the bright and airy interior is a 12m wall clad with off-cuts of reused timber sourced from local furniture designers

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Happy Kitchen

08/08/2011

Happy Kitchen is a new café-come-organic food shop right next to London Fields station. What makes it really special does not immediately meet the eye (unless you read a bit more about them on the blackboards that line the walls), the owners try to source all ingredients locally as far as possible, reducing environmental impact and supporting smaller, local suppliers

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Aesop Grand Central Kiosk

07/29/2011

Australian skincare brand Aesop is not only know for its excellent skincare lines, it has also built up a reputation for innovative interiors that make use of unusual materials

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Table Cloth

07/28/2011

Table Cloth is a new performance space in the courtyard of Schoenberg Hall at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music in Los Angeles

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The Truvia Voyage of Discovery

07/21/2011

The rooftop of Selfridges, Oxford Street has been transformed beyond recognition by Jelly Mongers, Bompas and Parr. The Truvia Voyage of Discovery is a celebration of the arrival of Truvia sweetener in Britain that runs from the 21st to the 24th of July, tickets have sadly sold out already

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52

07/20/2011

52, a clothing store in Shizuoka-shi, Japan, was designed in response to the question: How do garments relate to space? Suppose Design Office decided on separating the space into a section that employs only natural light and one that uses solely artificial light

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