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For its first permanent shop located in London’s Covent Garden, ice cream purveyor Milk Train envisioned a space that embodies its whimsical brand identity, reflects and accentuates its already popular Instagram presence, and is both immersive and adaptable: A tall order that London-based design agency FormRoomcreatively tackled by deep-diving into the brand’s market, customers and competitors.
Mykonos is famed for its picturesque settings, luxurious amenities, sophisticated design and world-class fine dining, but it’s not that often that all four aspects can be found in a single venue. One such place that we recently visited is Reeza, a fine dining restaurant located a few minutes’ drive from Chora in Agios Stefanos, on the scenic premises of the laidback Mykonian retreat Rocabella Mykonos.
Idyllically located at the foot of snow-capped Mount Trebević and sporting a rich, multi-cultural and multi-faith heritage that dates back to the 15th century, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s capital, Sarajevo, is a remarkable destination of Ottoman-era cobblestone alleys, candy-coloured Austro-Hungarian mansions, and gleaming glass office towers, made all the more intriguing by its tumultuous history as the bloody epicentre of the Bosnian War in the early 1990s.
Since its opening in 1962, Eero Saarinen’s TWA Flight Center at New York’s Idlewild—now John F. Kennedy—Airport has been synonymous with the glamour of the Jet Age and the optimism of post-war America.
Located in downtown Montreal, Canada, RYÙ Peel, the fifth outpost of the Japanese sushi bar chain RYÙ, may have recently opened but it certainly has the charm and patina of a long established eatery, courtesy of Montréal-based studio Ménard Dworkind Architecture & design (MRDK) who instead of treating the space as a blank canvas, embraced the existing building fabric in all its layered history and ingrained imperfections.
There’s a quote by American science fiction author Ray Cummings often misattributed to Albert Einstein that states that “the purpose of time is to keep everything from happening at once”. But what if everything did happen at once?
Milan may be the design capital of Italy and its annual Fuorisalone the global epicentre where international buyers, collectors, retailers, journalists, interior designers and architects converge, but the country’s rich cultural heritage, long line of talented artisans, and the quality assurance of the "Made In Italy" trademark, makes the whole country fertile ground for a variety of design-led initiatives that reverberate beyond its borders.
Located in Odivelas, a densely populated municipality a short drive north of Lisbon, Portuagal, the recently opened Colinas do Cruzeiro Islamic Cultural Centre caters to the religious and cultural needs of the local Islamic community, which is one of the largest in the country.
Designed by Danish practice Norm Architects in collaboration with acclaimed US-American naval architect Bill Tripp, and built in Greifswald, Germany, by esteemed yacht-builder MS Yachtbau, it would be fair to say that as far as sailing yachts go, “Bella” has everything going for it.
Visitors entering the seductively titled 'All We Ever Wanted Was Everything and Everywhere', the solo exhibition from French-Swiss, Berlin-based artist Julian Charrière at Museo d’Arte Moderna di Bologna(MAMbo), are immediately transported to a remote atoll in the Pacific Ocean.