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Tutu lights populate Montreal’s Cafe Constance by Atelier Zébulon Perron

July 2, 2022 Dan Howarth 0
Tutu lights at Cafe Constance in Montreal

Pink pendant lights resembling dancers’ skirts hang from the ceiling of this cafe by Atelier Zébulon Perron at a Montreal ballet school. Cafe Constance is located in the downtown Wilder Building, home to Les Grands Ballets Canadiens and named in tribute one of the organisation’s former leaders, Constance Pathy. The 1,400-square-foot (130-square-metre) space occupies the

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Home Studios refreshes Daunt’s Albatross motel in Montauk

June 25, 2022 Dan Howarth 0
Koda suite living area at Daunt's Albatross

Brooklyn-based Home Studios has turned a dated motel into a boutique hotel near the beach in Montauk, New York, using vintage furniture to make it feel like a “remote family home”. The revamped Daunt’s Albatross has 23 guest rooms located two blocks back from the sand in the Long Island beach town. A family-run establishment

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Stewart-Schafer renovates modernist house in Connecticut woods

June 18, 2022 Dan Howarth 0
Morehouse renovation by Stewart-Schafer

The founders of Brooklyn studio Stewart-Schafer have renovated a modernist home in Connecticut for themselves, using a natural colour palette to complement the surrounding woodland. James Veal and Christine Stucker, co-principals of Stewart-Schafer, chose to overhaul the modernist-style “architectural gem” for their family Built in 1984, the four-bedroom home sits within 18 acres of woodland

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Frank Architecture recalls 1960s glamour at Major Tom bar in Calgary

June 11, 2022 Dan Howarth 0
Major Tom restaurant interior

Rich colours and leather upholstery feature in this Calgary bar and restaurant that Canadian studio Frank Architecture based on author Truman Capote. Major Tom is located on the 40th floor of Stephen Avenue Place in Downtown Calgary, affording it panoramic views of the city, the Canadian prairies and the Rocky Mountains beyond. Local firm Frank

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Nate Berkus designs panoramic sunset bar for luxury cruise ship

June 4, 2022 Dan Howarth 0
Sunset Bar aboard the Celebrity Beyond

Celebrity Cruises has tapped several well-known designers for the interiors on board its newest vessel, which include a sunset lounge by Nate Berkus and bedroom suites by Kelly Hoppen. The Celebrity Beyond, which completed its maiden voyage around Western Europe this spring, is the third in the Miami-based company’s Edge series of cruise ships. Spaces

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Bala’s SoHo store by Ringo Studio features oversized fitness equipment

April 30, 2022 Dan Howarth 0
Bala pop-up store in SoHo

Brooklyn-based Ringo Studio has created a pastel “playground” as the first retail space for fitness brand Bala in New York City, which includes scaled-up versions of its products. Founded by Natalie Holloway and Max Kislevitz, who appeared on reality TV show Shark Tank, Bala sells weights, bands and other fitness equipment in a range of

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Concrete dominates INC Architecture & Design’s offices in NYC

April 25, 2022 Dan Howarth 0
Pink wall at INC NYC offices

The offices of INC Architecture & Design in New York City’s SoHo are filled with eclectic furniture and plants that contrast the primarily concrete interiors. INC, founded by architects Adam Rolston, Gabe Benroth and Drew Stuart, moved to a 1930s building on Varick Street after scaling up from its previous location on 19th Street. The

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Home Studios’ Laurel Brasserie and Bar brings European dining to Salt Lake City

April 23, 2022 Dan Howarth 0
Dining area at Laurel Brasserie

This bar and restaurant in Salt Lake City is designed by Brooklyn-based Home Studios as an updated, American take on the brasseries of Europe. The Laurel Brasserie and Bar opened in February 2022 inside The Grand America Hotel, a palatial building on South Main Street in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City. The hotel

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Sella designs “post-pandemic” offices for Sidewalk Infrastructure Partners in Brooklyn

April 22, 2022 Dan Howarth 0
Communal area at Sidewalk Infrastructure Projects offices

London studio Sella has created office interiors for tech company Sidewalk Infrastructure Partners in Dumbo, New York City, with a focus on flexible and collaborative space to entice employees back to the workplace. The 3,000-square-foot (280-square-metre) office has a prime waterfront location at 10 Jay Street, inside a former sugar refinery overhauled by ODA Architecture

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Frank Architecture creates intimate setting for Calgary’s Lonely Mouth noodle bar

April 16, 2022 Dan Howarth 0
Wooden dowel screen divides Lonely Mouth restaurant

Canadian studio Frank Architecture has designed a Japanese restaurant in Calgary where wood panelling, low lighting and corduroy-upholstered chairs all contribute to a cosy atmosphere. The Lonely Mouth bar and restaurant is named in reference to the Japanese concept of kuchisabishii, which means “when you’re not hungry, but you eat because your mouth is lonely”.

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