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We Coffee’s second store in São Paulo features a minimalist and contemporary design with curved elements and neutral tones to highlight the colorful and uniquely shaped food offerings, by ENTRE Arquitetos and BYN Studio.

Parallel Design Group completed Nevermore Restaurant with a moody restaurant, bar, rooftop terrace, and duckpin bowling, inspired by Edgar Allan Poe’s The Raven.

CAN Design Limited completed the Landmark South Sky Garden and Lobby, a Grade-A commercial project in Hong Kong, with a focus on sustainability and wellness.

Steven Leach Group transformed an existing hotel into the distinctive five-star Voco Hotel, Xi’An with design elements inspired by the Silk Road’s deserts and mountains.

ASD | SKY renovated One and Two Midtown Plaza, creating an aesthetic synergy and adding amenities such as a MetroFresh Uptown restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating.

hcreates interior design completed Luneuers Alunissage, a retro French home-inspired restaurant that features two distinct spaces – the Patio and the home and living spaces – with varying atmospheres that aim to retain the intimacy, warmth, and community of other Luneuers venues.

WUUX Architecture Design Studio designed the interior and facade renovation of the first Zhima Health store in Chengdu, using traditional Chinese elements to reinforce the brand’s royal identity and localization.

We Coffee’s first store in São Paulo’s Liberdade neighborhood offers an immersive, minimalist, and contemporary space that showcases the brand’s Asian-influenced personalized products and diverse menu, completed by ENTRE Arquitetos and BYN Studio.

Intercity Hotel, completed by Vermilion Zhou, combines German modernist aesthetics with practical functionality to meet the needs of domestic business travelers, emphasizing efficiency and comfort while removing unnecessary interference.

LDH Architectural Design‘s project, Xi Rui Restaurant draws inspiration from the beauty of flow in classical Chinese architecture, using pure lines to create a circuitous and joyful space that reflects the natural surroundings of the area.

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