Beijing IN•X Design Co. creatively addressed design challenges at the Siji Minfu Essence Store by integrating nature and cultural elements, and designing immersive atmospheres.

WIT Design & Research transformed JTF Restaurant in Beijing with a Tang Dynasty-inspired design, reflecting Huaiyang cuisine’s elegance and integrating traditional elements with modern touches.

For Ukkō in South Africa, Design Partnership drew inspiration from Estonian mythology to create a minimalist, Mediterranean-inspired design with artisanal elements, offering an elevated dining experience on a limited budget.

Too Soon Cafe’s design by LOT Architects focuses on the concept of “Sunset in the Desert,” incorporating a gradient palette, brick walls resembling sand dunes, and a curved ceiling for visual intrigue.

Fyra‘s design of Robusto Restaurant in Helsinki showcases its industrial past, blending factory features with modern elements, creating a gallery-inspired ambiance with classical furniture, art installations, and a grand open kitchen stage.

KOKO3 and Poiat’s design of The Torby Hotel in Fiskars Village showcases Finnish craftsmanship through a blend of historic and modern elements.

The News Cafe project by Design Partnership incorporates elements inspired by the region, focusing on comfort, intrigue, functionality, and sophistication, with a unique mix of textures, aesthetics, and functionality.

Studio Apostoli designed the eco-friendly Green Lodges at Terme Preistoriche Resort & Spa to blend with nature, showcasing sustainable architecture, zero emissions, and wellness amenities.

De Witt Brasserie by Studio Modijefsky incorporates historical elements from the building’s past such as a convent, school, and laboratory, showcasing a timeless design with expressive shapes and warm colors.

HBA completed the sophisticated design project for Beach Village at The Del in San Diego, reflecting coastal elements with a blend of traditional and contemporary details in residential-style accommodations.

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