The Ripple Hotel takes Hangzhou’s boutique hotel scene to the next level. Christie Lee writes
Designed by X-living, the new retail environment for Chinese department store JOOOS in Hangzhou shows us why the design industry is the ultimate antidote to online shopping.
The much-anticipated restoration of this Heritage-listed hotel is complete and what’s resulted is a blend of old world charm and modern day industrial.
Biasol: Design Studio’s recent fit-out for Captain Grey takes its cue from the pastel coloured facades of Miami’s South Beach, Leanne Amodeo discovers.
Biasol Design Studio’s recent fit-out for Little Hugh cafe flaunts the prodigious practice’s signature modern styling.
Bricklane takes its design inspiration from a London laneway that offers a culturally rich microcosm of the British capital.
Eight years after opening their doors to the public, the city’s first luxury hotel designed by Kengo Kuma & Associates proves it’s as relevant as ever.
Collingwood, Melbourne, is making a name for itself as the new epicentre of design, art, culture and food.
Aesop is a brand that has achieved the impossible – global saturation while maintaining a sense of bespoke locality. The new Aesop Seoul store by Torafu Architects is no exception to this rule.
A second location wasn’t really on the cards for Cornersmith – until it was. A building with great bones and a likewise community-minded locale proved to be an offer they couldn’t refuse.
Three new Aesop stores in Singapore provide distinct experiences drawn from the locale’s rich history. Luo Jingmei writes…
Scandinavian furniture emporium Fred International has opened an entirely redesigned Sydney showroom in Rosebery