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Modist Furnishings Digest

Commercial Interior Design Blog

  • Kopenhagen Fur Office by HelleFlou, Copenhagen – Denmark

    The offices are a part of the KiCK initiative (Kopenhagen Internationle Center for Kreativitet), located in the heart of Copenhagen, in the old A.N.Hansen Mansion from 1835.

  • Japan Canada Oil Sands Calgary Office by Jerilyn Wright & Associates

    Japan Canada Oil Sands desired an interior design strategy for their North American headquarters appropriate to both their Japanese ownership and Canadian area of operations. Efficiency and brand expression were also crucial requirements.

  • Lounge17 Hotel Room by SEUNGMO LIM

    Lounge17, a specially designed room of Hotel the Designers Incheon, has three different natures harmonized and is designed to reflect and satisfy interest and trends of recent visitors.

  • SSENSE Montreal Offices by Huma Design

    Situated at the top of 333 Chabanel in Montreal, the new SSENSE office takes an entire floor of a former textile factory and transforms the space into a modern office space, studio and warehouse. Both creative and avant-garde in their use of digital retail, Ssense was looking for something that could be edgy, contemporary, and luxurious.

  • Gravity Coworking - Sydney Offices by Valmont

    Gravity Coworking wished to transform one of Sydney’s most desirable business addresses into an engaging and dynamic coworking space and provide an environment ideal for entrepreneurial individuals, start-ups, growing businesses and corporate innovation teams to ply their trades.

  • Torst Bar by hOmE - Brooklyn, NY

    Award winning bar designed by Brooklyn firm hOmE (Donna, Paulie Gee’s), the 45-seat Tørst—Danish for “thirst”—reflect Scandinavian minimalism, with dark reclaimed wood and angular light fixtures.

  • The Musket Room Restaurant by Alexleander Waterworth - Nolita, New York

    Located in the Notlia neighborhood of Manhattan, the inspiration for the award winning Musket Room was taken from chef's Matt Lambert's home country New Zealand and its historical orientation to the Musket.

  • NYPD Tempe Gateway Restaurant by Lightvox Studio, Tempe – Arizona

    NYPD Tempe Gateway represents the restaurant’s first foray into urban dining in a compressed footprint. The design seeks to express in space and architectural details the craft element and local flavor that NYPD prides itself on.

  • May’s Bar Shanghai – China / Tomo Yamakawa

    MAY’S was planed as a small Bar, which is located on restaurant street, Guyang Rd in Shanghai. Normally, a bar should be the existence to keep distance from the “noise” of town and experience the “silence” which should be separated the context of city.

  • Wieden+Kennedy’s New York City Offices / WORKac

    Renowned advertising agency Wieden+Kennedy has developed a global reputation for innovative work dating back to their early Nike campaigns in the 1980s. The agency’s Portland headquarters designed by Allied Works cemented Wieden+Kennedy’s position as a patron of architecture, which has continued with the design of their offices around the world.

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