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The Great Viennese Coffee House

10/07/2011

The Great Viennese Coffee House Experiment is work-in-progress exhibition that took its cue from Gregor Eichinger’s lecture “An Abstract of an Essay on the Origin of Coffeehouses and Varieties through Artificial and Natural Selection“

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UdK Bookshop

10/13/2011

The UdK Bookshop was created by students from the Berlin University of Arts to create an interdisciplinary platform for the works of students and professors

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Print Avenue, Barcelona

03/12/2013

Print Avenue, is a vintage pavilion by design studio Egue y Seta, in collaboration with Sabaté Lab, a digital printing, large format and museographer company in Barcelona, Spain

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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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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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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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Lisbonaire, Lisbon

10/12/2011

The Lisbonaire is a new type of hotel in the heart of Lisbon. It occupies a 1960s building that received a full make-over this year, and consists of 19 apartments

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Starbucks, Fukuoka

03/14/2012

Following our last post on Starbucks Amsterdam, here is another one that strays from the norm. Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has designed a sculptural interior for the coffee chain to sit inside plain box-shaped structure

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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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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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