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Mov:el interiors, by Moxon

Architectural practice Moxon has designed the interiors of start-up shoe store Mov:el, bringing all the shop’s stock to the front of store. There is no storeroom, and all the shoes are out on display in cubby holes based in movable modular units. This layout aims to deliver quicker service, says the architect, and also create […]


Burger & Lobster interiors, by DesignLSM

DesignLSM has created the interiors for a new branch of restaurant Burger & Lobster, based in the W hotel at Leicester Square, London. The interiors include a hanging light chandelier at the centre, alongside lobster tanks and banquette seating, a central spiral staircase, timber flooring and a brass bar. The restaurant is spread over two […]


Science Museum mathematics gallery, by Zaha Hadid

The Science Museum’s Mathematics Gallery that will open in December has been captured in a new animation the shows the patterns of airflow around the Handley Page aircraft, which hangs at the centre of the gallery.  The layout of showcases, and development of the pod-structures around the airplane have also been informed by the airflow of […]


Vitra pop-up office and lounge, by Vitra

Designer furniture company Vitra has turned a two-storey building in Shoreditch, London, into an office and lounge space, as part of London Design Festival. The space aims to be an area where people can “exchange ideas on how workspaces are evolving into the future”, says Vitra. The ground floor of the pop-up office includes the […]


Stafford House interiors and branding, by Mystery

Consultancy Mystery has created the interiors and branding for a new study space in San Francisco. Stafford House International is a group of English language schools, originally based in the UK. Mystery helped to recreate the brand as it moved to an international presence, with new offices in San Francisco, San Diego, Calgary and Toronto. […]


VertU Bar Santé interiors, by Issa Design

Canadian consultancy Issa Design has worked on the interiors for VertU Bar Santé in Montreal. The space is designed to represent “different aspects of nature, formally or informally”, according to Issa Design. In the centre of the space is a vertical indoor garden, where fresh herbs can be grown throughout the year.


Eneko at One Aldwych interiors, by Casson Mann

Casson Mann has completed the interiors for chef Eneko Atxa’s new restaurant, Eneko at One Aldwych. Based in the basement of One Aldwych hotel, design features include a floating mezzanine level and materials and colours inspired by Eneko’s Basque heritage. It is the first time the consultancy has branched out from exhibition design to commercial […]


London Design Fair installation, by Kit Miles and Moooi Carpets

Kit Miles and Moooi Carpets have designed the entrance to the foyer of the London Design Fair, featuring a 150m2 carpet. According to the designers, the design is based on the “interplay of shadows and light”, and inspired by both Mediterranean and London architecture. London Design Fair runs from 22-25 September.


Little House of Oasis interiors, by Dalziel & Pow

Dalziel & Pow has completed the interiors for Oasis’ new store concept, Little House of Oasis. The store, which is the first of its kind, is set in a Grade II listed building in the Surrey market town of Farnham. Bespoke furniture finds – including a giant mounted duck head dressed in sunglasses and pearls […]


Lamb Weston innovation centre interiors, by Williams Murray Hamm

Frozen potato product supplier Lamb Weston bought in Williams Murray Hamm to design a new “state of the art innovation centre” in the US, featuring interior graphics that read “take a walk in our potato dreamland.” Williams Murray Hamm had previously created a new identity for Lamb Weston’s global business, and was brought in to […]


Alto restaurant interiors, by Tom Dixon Design Research Studio

Tom Dixon Design Research Studio (DRS) has designed the interiors for Alto, a new grill restaurant in Hong Kong. The restaurant is the studio’s first project in Asia, and has used the concept of the four elements – earth, air, fire and water – throughout. Fire is conveyed through the use of 230 gold mini […]


Rawligion branding and interiors, by Mystery

Design studio Mystery has created the branding and interiors for a new health-food restaurant in London. Rawligion is a “plant-based café”, which uses organic, locally-sourced fruit, vegetables, seeds, herbs and spices to make lunch dishes, juices and smoothies, desserts and snacks. The design concept for the interiors has been inspired by the Apple store and […]

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