O’Sullivan Skoufoglou pairs wooden cabinets with peach hues for RÖ Skin shop

O'Sullivan Skoufoglou pairs wooden joinery with peach tones for RÖ Skin shop

Cane, travertine and ash wood all feature inside this warm-toned skincare store, built by O’Sullivan Skoufoglou Architects in Lincolnshire, England.

Created for skincare brand RÖ Skin, the space occupies a medieval building in the town of Stamford. It is divided into two zones, with the retail space at the front and a separate treatment area at the back.

“An important consideration for the young owners was to have an identity rooted in the place that could be felt by the visitors,” said O’Sullivan Skoufoglou. “The concept is based on traditional apothecaries and their age-old practices.” Continue reading

artist liz west’s first permeant installation, colour transfer, redefines paddington bridge

underneath paddington central’s westway bridge, british artist liz west positions mirrors to create a optically vibrant and kaleidoscopic installation.

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Handwerk outfits Fifth Avenue Kitchen in Harlem with clever storage solutions

Fifth Avenue Kitchen by Handwerk Art and Design

Interior design studio Handwerk has retrofitted the kitchen in a New York apartment with features including a pegboard wall for hanging mugs, aprons and other items, to make the most of the small space.

Handwerk Art and Design redesigned the gallery-style Fifth Avenue Kitchen for a couple that makes documentary films, after first seeing how they used the space.

The studio reconfigured the existing kitchen by removing part of a wall, which allowed them to alter the layout of doors to adjacent rooms, and helped improve the flow into and around the cooking space. Continue reading

3d printhuset’s bod2 set to play major role in development of infrastructure in european city

after 3d printhuset’s bod 3d-printed the first inhabitable building, the second generation model, the bod2 has been acquired by kamp c, a provincial company based in antwerp, to assist in the development of the infrastructure of flanders.

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