• Mama Shelter Marseille

    The second Mama Shelter hotel in some respects follows its sister establishment in Paris, but it has local references and a personality all of its own, thanks to eclectic interiors

  • Palace Hotel, Tokyo

    GA Design International was tasked with crafting interiors that relaunched and revived the memory of its much-loved predecessor while referencing its historic location

  • Union restaurant, Basel, Switzerland

    With lots of copper in this large restaurant space – in the lighting, walls and surfaces – the designer has created a warm and inviting ambience

  • Dream Downtown Hotel, New York, United States of America

    The maritime theme of a building formerly part of the Maritime Union of America’s HQ has been retained and embellished by the design team that also added a much-needed light source

  • Concrete Blonde

    When the clients realised their choice of designers could mean their new business had a chance of being a runaway success, this über-cool, headline-grabbing restaurant was born

  • Josefine/Roxy

    Architect Fred Mafra has returned to the scene of a previous design triumph after four years to create a redesign for this hot Brazilian nightclub, knowing that the client is already a fan of his work

  • Allure Nightclub, Yas Island

    Being developed into a luxury destination, Abu Dhabi’s Yas island now has an extraordinary nightclub with a pulsating ceiling and marine-style furniture to lure in the young and wealthy crowd and keep them intrigued until the small hours

  • Corinthian Club, Glasgow

    Built as a bank in the Victorian era this grand old building in Glasgow is getting a new lease of life while reclaiming much of its splendour in an design by local practice Graven Images

  • Jamie’s Italian, Westfield

    Designers of Jamie Oliver’s latest branch of his Italian chain were able to add some creative and location-specific touches to the brand’s established interiors concept

  • Dishoom, London’s West End

    The iconic Irani cafe of Bombay has arrived in London, thanks to an inspired design and some help from the client’s relatives...