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Brick-like tiles with a volcanic ash glaze created by Formafantasma and textured concrete walls feature in this coffee shop in Shibuya, Tokyo, by Japanese studio Keiji Ashizawa Design. Located a short walk from Tokyo's busy downtown area, this Blue Bottle Coffee outpost was conceived as an urban retreat sandwiched between two parks. It serves coffee
Featuring linoleum floors, Formica walls and a deep red basement, this London eyewear store by Child Studio takes inspiration from peep shows and other "peculiar Soho specialities". Perched on the corner of Marshall Street in London's Soho neighbourhood, the store for eyewear brand Cubitts occupies one of the early 19th-century buildings that line the area's
Enlarged windows and felt-covered walls are among the elements in a 1960s office building refurbished by Texas firm Clayton Korte, which occupies part of the structure. The project, called Design Office, is located just north of downtown Austin, along one of the city's main thoroughfares. It houses two studios – one for Clayton Korte, formerly Clayton & Little,
Dezeen's latest school show by students at the Glasgow School of Art includes a space aiming to improve lives affected by addiction and a project designed to enhance people's relationship with their houseplants. Other projects include a jewellery collection that becomes animated once positioned on the body and a residential performance hall designed to transform
Continuing our series of kitchen lookbooks, we've selected ten projects from Dezeen's archive with kitchens organised along a single wall. One-wall kitchens feature a simple, linear layout that takes up less floorspace than other configurations while creating a less cluttered layout. They are popular in small interiors as well as in larger, open-plan spaces as