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See How a New Kind of Design Retail Space Thrives in Brooklyn

The year 2020 saw the shuttering of many brick-and-mortar stores, as quarantine measures and a slowed economy decreased the traffic that typically sustains physical retail spaces. In the midst of this all, fashion designer turned design collector and curator Alan Eckstein found himself crafting a new kind of design retail space in Brooklyn: The...

Bold Wallpaper Gives These Parisian Rooms a Personal Touch

Located on the fourth floor of a Haussmann building in the French capital, this 1,920-square-foot apartment owned by a young family has everything that’s called to mind by the phrase “Parisian home.” Traditional elements such as parquet flooring, ceiling moldings and cornices, and classic fireplaces were combined with contemporary furniture,...

A health and care centre in Northern Ireland by Hoskins Architects and Keppie Design engages

Commisioned by Northern Ireland Health Estates, Ballymena Health & Care Centre by Hoskins Architects and Keppie Design is located on the existing Braid Valley Hospital site, about one mile from the town centre. Organised around a triple-height atrium and adjacent open-air courtyard, the 8800-square-metre scheme provides a wide range...

Hopkins Architects’ Institute in the Park at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital is designed

Won in competition, Institute in the Park at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool by Hopkins Architect is dedicated to developing safer and more effective medicines for children and young people. Forming the first phase of the hospital’s Reasearch & Education facility, the 6,950 square metre scheme houses around...

5 Spectacular Places to Watch the Sunrise and Sunset

Vintage wall art is great and all, but what if the backdrop to that special activity was the most perfect sunrise or sunset? Here are the best places to soak up the golden scene. No filter necessary. Gold Coast, Queensland The early bird catches the worm—or at least the...