Barber’s Club consists in the evolution of a traditional barbershop concept, perpetuated by a lineage of barbers, dated from 1929. Located at the very centre of Palma de Mallorca, the project has been designed by Minimal Studio as if it were a traditional razor, inspired by the softness of the handle and the cold steel of the blade. A perfect balance between delicacy and rawness. Photography by Art Sanchez photography.
Garage Design Gallery “Shadows and Shades” designed by Oleksienko Evolutionary Architecture works like a gallery of contemporary architectural lights and displays possibilities of using the light as a tool to organize all architectural and interior space.
INEA, in other words ‘Good internet people’ continues changes which are aimed at taking customer service to the next level. It was a natural move for the telecommunications leader in the Greater Poland region, to give the interiors of their salon a makeover. mode:lina™ architects were invited to join the project, and they have prepared forINEA a brand new version of one of Poznań salons, accompanied by a set of standards for all new ofces.
Rossbarth Restaurant is a project designed by destilat. Planning the first restaurant of two young gourmet cooks was a great opportunity for destilat to realize an exciting gastronomy project in a heritage-protected environment. Photography by Monika Nguyen.
Nero Café is a coffee shop designed by HR arquitetura and is located in Ribeirão Preto city, in Brazil. The concept was to work with natural materials. The ceiling lighting is all with wood looms and woven natural straw.
Spanish accessories brand Malababa is opening up a new space in Madrid’s Serrano 8, where its structure symbolizes and reproduces the firm’s identity features: light, texture, colour and shapes. It is in itself a return to their roots, where raw beauty’s natural sense gets stablished as different, authentic and truly attractive. Everything in Serrano 8 Malababa calls for an authenticity which becomes more beautiful within time. And this is precisely one of Malababa’s mantras.