COS Pop-Up Shop in Los Angeles by Snarkitecture

Snarkitecture’s second collaboration with fashion brand COS creates a temporary retail installation playing with concepts of reflection and monochrome to showcase a curated selection of the brand’s A/W 201...

Kith Brooklyn Flagship Store by Snarkitecture

Snarkitecture's design for KITH’s 3,000-square-foot Brooklyn flagship store offers visitors an innovative retail environment that showcases the KITH brand and merchandise. Occupying the storefront is the firs...

SOFTlab Crystallized Installation for Melissa NYC

Multi-disciplinary studio SOFTlab has conceived an immersive crystalline structure for Melissa’s NYC store, which is inspired by their Winter 2015 collection, Star Walker. Crystals are both highly refined st...

First Look At The SANAA’s Grace Farms, Connecticut

Japanese architects Sanaa have completed their curvy Grace Farms cultural center - dubbed the River - that spreads out over 80 acres in Connecticut. Starting from the top of a knoll, where a 20,900 square foot,...

Grand St Loft by Amee Allsop, Soho – New York

Located within a landmark artists building in Soho, this loft designed by New York-based Australian architect Amee Allsop proudly displays a large designer shoe collection. The master bedroom of this Soho pen...

FEIT West Village Store by Jordana Maisie

Volume and void expands on FEIT's West Village store designed by Australian designer Jordana Maisie, creating an iconic design that marries raw and natural materials with digital technology. The interior has a...

The Broad Museum Opens in Los Angeles

Los Angeles welcomes the newest addition to its contemporary art scene with the opening during the weekend of The Broad Museum. Commissioned by Eli Broad and his wife Edythe, the $140 million museum will show...

stpmj’s Invisible Barn at Tahoe National Forest

stpmj's Invisible Barn is a site-specific installation that re-contextualizes the landscape of the Tahoe National Forest in California by projecting the surrounding landscape on the mirroring surfaces of the ...

A Look Inside the MAMA Shelter Los Angeles

Designed by Thierry Gaugain, MAMA Shelter Los Angeles perches six-stories over the beautiful freaks and sputtering neon of Hollywood Blvd. The rooms are havens with comfortable king beds and 27 inch iMacs (feat...

Snarkitecture brings the BEACH in Downtown Washington

Brooklyn studio Snarkitecture has turned the Great Hall of the National Building Museum in Washington DC into a "beach”. Creating a one-of-a-kind destination for visitors, the BEACH, which covers 10,000 squa...

A Look Inside The Press Hotel in Portland

Maine’s historic Portland Press Herald building has been turned by New York-based Stonehill & Taylor into a contemporary 110-room hotel that celebrates its newspaper past. The modern aesthetic of the ho...

Five to One Apartment by MKCA, New York

The Five to One Apartment is the latest evolution of MKCA’s research on micro housing, containing the functional and spatial elements for living, working, sleeping, dressing, and entertaining, plus kitchen, d...

Richland House in Phoenix

Designer Amy Beaumont of Knob Modern Design and Joel Contreras of Contramark Design have teamed up to refurbish and extend this 1935 duplex in the Coronado Historic District of Downtown Phoenix. Leaving some hi...

Garrison Treehouse by Sharon Davis Design

A hilltop meadow on an old farmstead in the hamlet of Garrison, New York, is the site for this roughly 350 square foot multipurpose play space called ‘treehouse’ for its elevated position adjacent to a stan...

Organic Growth Pavilion by Izaskun Chinchilla

Built out of waste materials, the Organic Growth Pavilion by Izaskun Chinchilla Architects is a 95 sqm canopy that promotes cycling and allows 500,000 visitors to chill out under NYC's biggest bouquet. The st...

Coffee Bar Kearny by Jones Haydu, San Francisco

Coffee Bar’s tiny Kearny Street shop by Jones Haydu sits right at the entrance to a large parking garage and caters to the busy people of the Financial District. Utilizing the Japanese Shou Sugi Ban technique...

Nike Opens First New York Community Store in Brooklyn

The intersection of Nostrand and Flatbush Avenues marks the heart of the Flatbush neighborhood and in many ways Brooklyn embodies the heart and soul of New York City. As a result, Nike chose to locate its firs...