Situated in front of one of the busiest shopping malls in Madrid metropolitan area, this L-shaped store holds 3 different stalls under one wooden roof canopy, which is the most visually striking element that can be seen from the street, covering the entra
Hell of the North restaurant_Melbourne, Australia. Layering of color, depth, and texture. Combination of warmth from timber and burnished brass and woven to make a more intimate and connected dining space.
Always a fan of fins! ~ This cafe service counter mixes white counters with glass, wood detailing and chalkboards. Hidden lighting runs overhead along the the wooden details. (There's also a feature wall made from 2740 teacups)