Beef Bar by Humbert & Poyet

Monaco-based architecture studio Humbert & Poyet have designed the interior for Beef Bar in Mexico City and Monaco. The studio was started by Emil Humbert and Christophe Poyet and have taken both interior based projects as well as more architecture based projects. Beef Bar is designed with respect for raw materials contrasted by refined glass and … Continue reading

Yoobi Sushi in London

Yoobi Sushi, London’s first temakeria, opened last month on Lexington Street in Soho. Its interior design is an exercise in constraint that has produced a statement of clean minimalism at its best. Temaki is fresh sushi wrapped in a cone. It is a take-out or eat-in variety of sushi that was born in Brazil where … Continue reading

Milan 2012: Pentole & Padelle by Segno Italiano

Quality, craftmanship and simple beauty are the core elements of italian manufacturer Segno Italiano’s copper cookware. Called Pentole E Padelle meaning “pots & pans” in italian, the cookware is made from copper because of its high-level conductivity of warmth. “The heat warms and touches gently the food, the cooking is fast and respectful to perfumes … Continue reading

UNION Restaurant by Aurélie Blanchard

Swiss architect Aurélie Blanchard was assigned by Jérome Beurret and Stefan Grieder to design their new venture UNION Restaurant in Basel. Situated in the heart of the multicultural area of Kleinbasel, UNION Restaurant is located as a meeting point for the creative industries, students and immigrants alike. The entire bar is clad with copper, while the dining … Continue reading

Polka Gelato by Vonsung

Ice cream parlour Polka Gelato is located in an old historic building in Fitzroy Square in London. Designed by London based design studio Vonsung the interiors are somewhat surprising when entering the gelato shop. With raw concrete and rough limestone being the primary materials and all graphics and furniture being in monochrome colours, the actual gelato … Continue reading

Dabbous by Brinkworth

Dabbous is a strikingly modern and stylish new restaurant/basement bar set over two floors located in the heart of elegant Fitzrovia, London (39 Whitfield St, London, W1T 2SF. Situated on a corner, in an area immersed in ongoing works and scaffolding, given that it’s currently attracting more and more businesses, Dabbous’ location first strikes you as brave and … Continue reading

Via XX Food Packaging by Cloud Inc

Australian Cloud Inc have designed the packaging for Italian boutique food grosser Via XX. Read more: Cloud Inc

Catalina Fernández Bakery by Anagrama

In the city of San Pedro in the southwestern part of the state of Coahuila in Mexico, Catalina Fernández is baking up a storm of pastries. The popular Catalina Fernández bakery is celebrated for its progressive perception of a pastry shop whilst sustaining traditional recipes. Under the direction of Anagrama, which is the brand agency to introduce in-store design concepts and brand development strategies, … Continue reading

Noma Foodlab by 3XN

Danish architects 3XN have transformed a warehouse at world renowned Copenhagen restaurant Noma into an experimental food laboratory filled with modular wooden furniture and star-shaped lighting. Restrictions placed on the existing structure prevented the architects from affixing anything to the walls or floor of the building, so they instead designed four central storage cabinets to divide the room into … Continue reading

Sweet Alchemy by Kois Associated Architects

Sugary treats are arranged like ingredients for potions inside this dimly lit patisserie in north Athens. Greek firm Kois Associated Architects designed the shop, named Sweet Alchemy, for celebrity pastry chef Stelios Parliaros. Some of the sweets and pastries on sale are contained inside neatly labelled jars, while others are divided up on large storage tables. Sets of old-fashioned scales … Continue reading