This new cocktail bar in Shanghai will be hard to find if you’re looking for a classic entrance into an unique locale as this. The place was designed by Alberto Caiola and it’s access is made through this Coca-Cola machine that can be spotted inside of an unconventional sandwich shop, called The Press.
Located in Nihonbashi, Tokyo, the Kayanoya Shop was designed by Kengo Kuma & Associates for a soy sauce manufacturer.
“Kayanoya originates in Kuhara Shoyu,Kyushu, a soy sauce manufacturer whose history dates back more than 120 years. The Kayanoya Shop in Nihonbashi is a reproduction of their traditional warehouse which we visited in Kyushu.”
Vespa Galleria includes a scooter showroom, merchandise shop, scooter service and small exhibition space all-in-one. The 7,500 square foot gallery features a high-gloss mint green finish on the floor and ceiling, curvy white brick walls, and custom wood furniture that bind together to create the cheerful space.
The two callings of this 15th century building truly work hand in hand, as a church invokes the perfect atmosphere of hushed study that is required for a serious book shop, and spanning three huge mezzanine floors this really is a serious book store! Each level looks out across the vast space, topped by a stunning vaulted ceiling that arches its way down to the cobalt colored glass panels of the towering window at the far end.
Located in Altlandsberg, Germany, this shop features hundreds of bikes attached to the exterior facade. Not only is the installation fun and funky, it’s multiple stories high!
Developed by the team at Ogilvy China, PETA’s “Fur Hurts” campaign drives this message home with billboards of animals which are made of needles. Launched in March 2013, these prickly rabbits, foxes and marmosets were made by the Shenyang University Art Department and then transferred to billboards in the Zhuozhang Shopping Center.
As many animals are killed inhumanely for their fur in China, this campaign serves to remind people not to endorse such activities.
KNOCK designed and assembled every customized part of the shopping experience – from the front door to the digital projections of video and animation to the bike customization tables to the checkout – to be as Handsome as could be.
To celebrate the final O2 hot spot being switched on – at the four shopping malls, 240 cafes, cars and restaurants and 20 acres of parks – the communications company opened a canopy of umbrellas in partnership with Canary Wharf Group.
Dubbed “UK’s biggest umbrella”, the stunning display made up of 500 individual mostly blue umbrellas “keeps passers-by covered” as it not only shelters them from the rain, but also symbolizes the free WiFi provided within the area.
New Hampshire-based fine art photographer Sarah Ann Loreth has been inspiring her creative peers with her surreal images, sparking a surge of imagination into the photography world. The self-taught photographer allows viewers to escape reality with her into an alternate universe filled with enchanting surrealism and haunting beauty.
Even weeks after Miley Cyrus’ performance at the 2013 MTV VMAs, the interwebs is still creating memes inspired by the horrendous act. The latest fuses Disney princesses with a dance move that was resurrected by Miley herself, in a series called Twerk Shop.
There’s an upside-down living room on the ceiling of this Polish fashion boutique created by design studio smallna for fashion brand Risk. Made in Warsaw.The designers at smallna were influenced by the reversible nature of Risk. Made in Warsaw’s clothing range, in which items can be worn inside-out or back-to-front, to create the illusion of defying gravity.
Origo, by Lama Architectura, is a coffee shop by day and a cocktail bar by night.The massiveness of the bar is contrasting with the 276 cups installation that is floating above, a very aery, white line, an reinterpretation of the manner that glasses are hanged over the bar.
Mango may be a case for mothers who work from home and are forced to multitask (allows you to support him on the shoulder as a landline) for those who constantly use their iPhone at home – the housing design is so thought to support the mass and vertical and horizontal at an angle of 15 or 55 degrees for optimal viewing angles as good.
There are six physical Nike Barbershop locations in Buenos Aires, Madrid, Mexico City, Milan and Paris where the latest styles can be fixed for real. Check the interior of one of the barbershops and think of who’s of the ten most famous footballers iconic styles hairdo would you try ?(choosing from the Neymar, the Sakho and the Ramos among others)