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The Bar at The Soho
The Bar at The Soho
The Bar at The Soho
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INTERSECT by Lexus store
Japanese design firm Wonderwall has recently completed a unique project for Lexus, the luxury vehicle division of Japanese automaker Toyota. The Intersect by Lexus store in Tokyo, Japan, opened its doors this summer, and is the brand’s very first flagship store that doesn’t actually sell any cars. Neither a dealership, nor a traditional retail space, the store has been conceived as a multifunctional social space where visitors can experience the Lexus experience without sitting behind a steering wheel, but rather through design, art, fashion, culture, film, music and technology. In its two floors, Intersect by Lexus accommodates a café, a garage that can function also as a gallery, a store, and a library lounge which serves light meals.
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King Blue Condos by Munge Leung
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Karl Lagerfeld store, Paris | About | Vid
Karl Lagerfeld store, Paris | About | Vid
Karl Lagerfeld store, Paris | About | Vid
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Thompson LES | More here
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Alphabet Library
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Dim Sum Bar
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Downsizing, Gone Big
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Interior of the “73 Wallypower” | via: Super-Yachts from Stem to Stern
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Casa Son Vida 1
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33 MacKenzie Street mail room and facade | More here
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Town Hall Hotel by Rare Architecture
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Blue Planet is Europe’s largest aquarium
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Statoil headquarters
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Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
To emphasize the beauty of these rare books, they were set up to be the centerpiece of the building. All the books were placed around the core like a large display case. The exterior skin is composed of thin marble panels that allow light to show through but not damage the books. [Wikimedia]
It is the largest building in the world dedicated to the containment and preservation of rare books, manuscripts, and documents.[ArchDaily]