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Published as: Past & Present Interior Design: Pembrooke & Ives Text: Jorge S. Arango Photography: Carmel Brantley and Stephen Kent Johnson Palm Beach was the tropical retreat of the Kennedy clan in the 1950s and ’60s—a time when the kings of Jordan or Spain could be spotted dining on coquilles...
Textured wall surfaces used to display soap, candles and perfumes arch over the interior of this shop in New York City, which Brooklyn studio Tacklebox Architecture designed for Portuguese brand Claus Porto. The nooks present items sold by the 131-year-old beauty and fragrance company, at the store that Tacklebox created like an alleyway. The freestanding
Fizzing bubbles, popped corks and vineyard colours are referenced inside this restaurant and bar in Victoria, which Foolscap Studio overhauled for champagne brand Moët & Chandon. Domaine Chandon is located in the vineyard-rich region of Yarra Valley, and has been producing both still and sparkling wines since the early 1980s. Melbourne-based Foolscap Studio has revamped and merged
Canadian fashion brand École de Pensée spent 250 hours creating the worn-out textured walls of its new flagship store in Montreal, which looks more like an apartment than a shop. École de Pensée created the homey new boutique on the city's Laurier West Avenue to host its seasonal and permanent menswear collections, alongside accessories and
New York studio AvroKO has overhauled a hotel in Hong Kong's Kowloon area, opening up its core to form a triple-height atrium and restaurant space, and refreshing guest facilities. Eaton HK is the second hotel to open under the Eaton moniker, following the first in Washington DC earlier this year. The concept for the chain includes
Our review of 2018 continues with editorial assistant Bridget Cogley's pick of restaurants and bars, including a dim sum spot in Hong Kong, a Chinese restaurant in a London church, and Noma's new outpost in Copenhagen. John Anthony by Linehouse, Hong Kong John Anthony dim sum restaurant in Hong Kong, designed by local studio Linehouse, blends elements evocative