Who said that cement has to be heavy? The first light concrete furniture collection by new brand CIMENTO® debuts in Milan withing the architectural BLUE PASSAGE pavilion.
Monochromatic lava interiors and verdant alcoves frame Tom Dixon’s latest collections at The Manzoni, the British designer’s permanent restaurant and showroom.
A lighting design inspired by divas’ vintage hats a gradient wallpaper and matte porcelain vases and tableware. The STILL LIFE design exhibition invites to switch to tranquillity mode.
Red, yellow and blue and geometrical volumes define Brani & Desi’s Breakfast with Mondriam concept-apartment paying homage to the iconic 20th century artist.
Brick facades and Mashrabiya envelope the natural light filled interiors of the new Élancourt Music School by OPUS 5 Architectes in France.
Norwegian firm Snøhetta has completed UNDER, Europe’s very first underwater restaurant which offers a glimpse of the Northern Sea’s marine life.
Storatek Architectural Studio’s C building for Ayb Middle School features bare concrete volumes and an interior design with a low-key color-scheme.
Hitzig Militello Architects’ Mamba Bar features a window display with disused broken crockery, an enveloping volumetric wooden structure, a back-lit American bar and a verdant backyard with glowing neons.
Folk musical instruments-inspired designs and custom-designed furniture feature in Ya Vsesvit’s monochrome co-working space in the Ukrainian capital. The workspace for young creatives hosts also an architectural studio, a lecture hall and a design gallery.
Masquespacio blends the colorful vibe of Spain with German practical imprint for SOLERA supermarket in Cologne.
What if our living environment was functionally determined by our mood? Truly Truly merges the kitchen with the living room, the bathroom with the lounge area, redefining our way to feel at home.
Isern Serra and Sylvain Carlet filled the interior design of Orvay wine bar in Barcelona with colours to pay homage to wine geography, culture and main ingredient: the grape.
Kids areas are often super colourful, but “the world of children is simple, and anything can be a playground at any time” and everywhere, beside bold colours. That’s why JJ Studio’s desaturated kindergarten is designed to allow pupils of a Montessori pre-school in Taiwan to promote their imagination and learn independently.
According to Pantone, Living Coral is the colour of 2019. Get inspired by flicking through our dedicated Pinterest gallery which features great interior designs as well as an infamous Baby Trump balloon.
JAC Studios’ Yumin Art Nouveau Collection is a poetic glass exhibition nested within the elegant interiors of the Tadao Ando-designed Genius Loci building on the coastal landscape of Phoenix Jeju in South Korea.
An Art-Deco carriage on the Orient Express a molecular pharmacy, a LEGO house and upside-down interlooping escalators… 10 of the best projects at 2018 INSIDE World Festival of Interiors.
Merging seductive brasses, darkened hardwood flooring and custom-made furniture define the interior design by Sami Savatli for a 4-story house in Istanbul.
A welcoming art installation, a vertical pattern of white-glazed tiles and stainless steel display and shelving fixtures define Little B contemporary design convenience store by Neri&Hu which combines Shanghai’s spontaneity of street culture, vernacular functionality and timeless aesthetics.
Back from Mexico City! Archipanic explored Design Week Mexico 2018 on the fair’s 10th anniversary. Pitch black furniture and vibrant interiors meshing indoor and outdoor but also designs inspired by Mexican women’s charisma and outer space reflections. Check what we liked the most!
At Design Week Mexico 2018, the Design house exhibition invited some of the country’s most cutting-edge studios to blur the lines between indoor and outdoor, natural and urban for a more intimate and human-based interior design.
The best of Mexico Design Week is on Pinterest – explore our dedicated board!
An up-cycled jumping whale, shark-shaped alcoves and high-tech sustainable fishing nets saving dolphins’ lives. 7 marine-inspired design projects delivering responsible messages and supporting environmental issues.
A black background spotted with white rectangles wraps the exterior of Israeli restaurant Dizengoff 99 in Moscow. Inside, old and new details recreate Tel Aviv’s informal and luminous interiors.
BHDM Design merged Hawaii’s luxuriant vibe and dramatic landscape and sunsets with a vibrant and contemporary twist for the Shoreline Hotel Waikiki in Honolulu.
Switzerland wins the Golden Lion at Venice Architecture Biennale with a pavilion focused on the average empty apartment while Great Britain gets an honorable mention for a Brexit-themed exhibition and with a hollowed out pavilion too. Is emptiness the key to create free spaces that can improve our lives?
The creative power of renown and emerging female designers across the globe goes on show at the Egg Collective’s exhibition Designing Women II: Masters, Mavericks, Mavens.
The blue interiors and pure geometrical forms of Monoloko Design’s Galaxy Bar and Bottle Shop aim to “release of the mind” according to Russian-Avantgarde ideals.
From Studio 54 to Berghain and Rem Koolhaas’ shape-shifting proposal for London Ministry of Sound II. The “Night Fever” exhibition at Vitra design Museum explores the history of nightclubs through interior design, architecture, new media and alternative lifestyles.
Roll-tape patterns, Japanese ancient traditions and twisting pavilions. 8 great installations and surface designs at Cersaie 2017.
Crafted micro-organisms, voyeuristic interiors and nebulous patterns… Archipanic picked 8 London galleries and showrooms presenting intriguing exhibitions at LDF 2017.