Dezeen

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A traditional newsagent in central London has been given a makeover to create “an Alice in Wonderland experience” with a warren of luxurious rooms.

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It's Nice That

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Currently finishing up her residency at London's House of Illustration, our Grad from 2016 updates us on what she’s been working on.

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Having magnetised waves of Chinese tourists to its original base in Bilborough, near York, the thoroughly British Scotts Fish & Chips has set its sights on Chengdu, making the unorthodox leap to China for the opening of its second venue.

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The Guardian

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The 50s and 60s saw a burst of intense innovation in French cinema, a spirit reflected in the bold film poster designs of the time

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Coolhunting

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From the tight medieval alleys of Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter to Eixample’s carefully planned, uniquely shaped octangular blocks (the cut-off corners transform every intersection into more open plazas), Barcelona bursts with history, spirit, and inspiration—it’s a city that renders even the most fervent minimalist design lovers speechless and transforms them into romantics, with a little help from Gaudí and friends. In between the voluptuous, biomorphic, elaborate, and ornate Catalan takes on Art Nouveau (aka Modernisme), below are recommendations for where to stop and take a breath. For additional Barcelona take a look at our Word of Mouth: Barcelona guide from earlier this year and our personal notes on visiting the city.

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Design Boom

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the LAX bar by artists christoph meier, ute müller, robert schwarz and lukas stopczynski is a walk-in art installation in vienna.

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“Gun Shop” is a painstaking study of firearm design, offering a window into why so many people continue to covet these deadly weapons so dearly.

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Feel guilty about tossing your cup every day? CupClub has a plan.

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Web Urbanist

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A series of disused railway arches in London have become surprisingly cozy interior spaces with the addition of modular wooden systems that fit together like puzzles. Architecture firm Boano Prišmo…

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As the warm weather fades away and winter approaches, Dezeen has scooped up seven design-focused ice cream shops to satisfy your sweet tooth all year round.

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Coolhunting

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Luke Burgess and Michael Ryan's Only in Tokyo—part city guide, part storybook—is a celebration of food, travel, culture and photography. The Australian chefs (and Japanophiles) take readers on a wild ride through some of the city's best restaurants, bars and cafes, and offer insight into the individuals that make these locales so special.

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Troubled Scandinavian design retailer Skandium has been acquired by a Danish duo, who have reopened the e-commerce site and plan to open a new showroom in London's Brick Lane next month.

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Eureka Magazine

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Waitrose & Partners is to introduce an ‘invisible door’ that has the potential to save British retailers a combined £1.5bn per year by reducing their energy bills.

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Anyone who has ever found themselves waylaid in the V&A will welcome the addition of a new map, and nearly 400 signs, comprising 60 totems, 130 hanging signs as well as an entirely new signage at gallery thresholds

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Two graphic designers with a love for letterpress took over a 250 year old business and turned it into a living museum, a small-run press, and an unofficial clubhouse for print and typeface wonks.

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This is Colossal

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Using a combination of watercolor and ink, Zhifang Shi creates vignettes of the places he encounters in his worldwide travels. The Shanghai-based artist works en plein air, painting atop a portable palette to document storefronts, architectural features, boats, and trolley cars. Washes of color add

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