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Ello Restaurant / Mareines Arquitetura

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Aesop Store Miami / Metro Arquitetos Associados

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Miami, United States

Bar Hoegaarden Greenhouse / Metamoorfose Studio

© Maíra Acayaba © Maíra Acayaba © Maíra Acayaba © Maíra Acayaba + 15

Pinheiros, Brazil
  • Architects: Metamoorfose Studio
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 3875.0 ft2
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2019

Jolly Gastro Lab Bar / Laje 54 Arquitetura

© Levi Mori © Levi Mori © Levi Mori © Levi Mori + 19

São Carlos, Brazil
  • Architects: Laje 54 Arquitetura
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 100.0 m2
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2018

Bullguer Center / SuperLimão Studio

© Israel Gollino
© Israel Gollino

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São Paulo, Brazil

Lena Optics / Bruno Dias Arquitectura

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Ansião, Portugal

Dong-Ping Wong Teams Up with Virgil Abloh to Design a City in 15 Minutes

This article was made in partnership with Design Indaba, a website and annual festival that uncovers innovation for good. Click here to learn more about the annual event.

Dong-Ping Wong has created exceptional interior spaces, residential and commercial buildings, and public spaces for some of the biggest names and brands in the world. During his Design Indaba talk, the architect chose to design a city in 15 minutes with the help of fashion designer Virgil Abloh, who was on a live video call with the architect during the presentation.

Nike's New York Temple to Victory Pushes Trust in the Consumer

Nike's New York flagship store, primely located on Fifth Avenue, is perhaps the closest thing to a temple in the digital age. At a massive 68,000 square feet, it commands attention and symbolically dwarfs even its skyscraper surroundings. The exterior facade features a grid of undulating glass that casts glimmering shadows both inside and out. Inside, a tractor-beam type installation hangs from the ceiling, giving the space-age flavor. There's no set ritual or tradition like in the temples of old, but sneakerheads might certainly feel they've found their heaven on earth.

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Nike House of Innovation 000 in New York City Reflects a New Generation in Sports Performance

Nike House of Innovation 000 continues the athletic brand’s redefinition. As a company that prides itself on the innovative design of its foot and athletic wear, Nike has chosen to design its retail locations to reflect a new generation in sports performance. The House of Innovation maintains a foundation in flexible design, allowing the retailer to provide its patron with an immersive brand experience.

The store concept is described as “one floor, one world.” Each floor, inspired by the sounds and movement of New York, highlights different collections within the Nike brand. The retail program of each floor gets more specific as the levels increase. The 68,000 square-foot, six-level destination is the second Nike House of Innovation. The first was opened in Shanghai last month. These stores are the first of a new generation of sport retail experiences for Nike, numbered sequentially around the globe.