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Plywood is used to make cabinets, nooks and dividers inside this olive green retail store in Lower Manhattan that Brooklyn studio ABA has designed for London streetwear brand Maharishi. Designed by architects Emily Abruzzo and Gerald Bodziak of Abruzzo Bodziak Architects (ABA), the store in New York's Tribeca neighbourhood is Maharishi's first location outside London.
London architect Alex Michaelis, co-founder of Michaelis Boyd, has designed a home for his family as a "striking, contemporary take on Corbusien modernism". Michaelis completed the residence for a "challenging long and narrow site" on Blythe Road in West London's Hammersmith area, in place of a disused garage that was demolished. The creamy brick house's
Homely living spaces serve as a backdrop to artworks inside this gallery in Bath, England, which has been created by editor Rosa Park and designer Fred Rigby. Occupying the ground floor of a heritage-listed Georgian townhouse, Francis Gallery has been designed to be a cosy, domestic setting that "shows people how to live with their
Artist and designer Nathalie Du Pasquier has translated her fascination with bricks into a site-specific exhibition comprising seven totem-like sculptures made from stacked bricks glazed in bright colours. Du Pasquier created the Bric installation for Italian ceramics brand Mutina, which operates the MUT exhibition space at its headquarters in Fiorano. The exhibition, which was curated
Classic Blue is the colour of 2020, according to Pantone. Here are six interiors that already make the most of the bold shade. Roksanda Ilincic's house, London, by RA Projects A blue steel-fin stairwell design also functions as a bookshelf in this London home that local studio RA Projects designed for Serbian-born fashion designer Roksanda