Mehr! Theatre, Germany

A market hall isn't the most traditional of spaces for a theatre, but then there is nothing traditional about Mehr! Entertainment Group's latest venture...

Nanushka Flagship Store, UK

Fashion brand Nanushka recently launched its flagship store in the heart of London – a high end location with a relaxed, welcoming...

Stapaskóli School, Iceland

The newly opened Stapaskóli School marks first phase of a wider project to create a new central “heart” for Iceland’s Reykjanesbær. Verkis...

Théâtre de Sénart, France

The new Théâtre de Sénart is both a national stage and a major cultural centre for the region of Grand Paris Sud in Évry...

Spielfeld Digital Hub, Germany

For many modern workspaces, one of the key ambitions for clients is to have a space that will foster creativity and inspire...

L’Occitane, UK

Twenty years after opening its boutique shop on London’s Regent Street, French natural beauty, skincare and fragrance brand L’Occitane en Provence has moved to...

The Inmaculada Concepción Church, Spain

In recent years, the Spanish town of Melilla, situated on the most northern point of Africa, has had a shadow cast over it with...

ASICS, UK

into Lighting was appointed by ASICS to work alongside interior designers Brinkworth to provide the lighting design for the largest ASICS retail store to...

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, UK

The new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has been gaining plaudits from sports and architecture aficionados alike. With lighting designed by BuroHappold, in collaboration...

The Wadden Sea Centre, Denmark

The Wadden Sea is a UNESCO World Heritage site that stretches 500km along the coasts of The Netherlands, Germany, and Denmark. It is a...

Neue Direktion, Germany

In a bid to create a perfect symbiosis of old and new, Neue Direktion, housed in the former Directorate of German Railways...

Spillepengen, Sweden

Designed by Johan Moritz, the lighting scheme of Malmö's Spillepengen interchange, darc awards / architectural winner of the Structures Low Budget category, is both understated...
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