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Bike Hanger

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'Manifesto Architecture' has designed this new bike storage facility...designed for dense urban areas.

Starbucks Amsterdam

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A fine interior design for the multinational company in Amsterdam. A great dominance of wood, processed and shaped in different ways, from roughness to smoothness, from natural to geometrical.

Starbucks Dazaifu (Japan)

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Location of this Starbucks is somehow characteristic, as it stands on the main approach to the Dazaifu Tenmangu, one of the most major shrines in Japan. Established in 919 A.D., the shrine has been worshiped as “the God for Examination,” and receives about 2 million visitors a year who wish their success. Along the main path to the shrine, there are traditional Japanese buildings in one or two stories. The project aimed to make a structure that harmonizes with such townscape, using a unique system of weaving thin woods diagonally. The building is made of 2,000 stick-like parts in the sizes of 1.3m – 4m length and 6cm section. Total length of the sticks reached as far as 4.4km.


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In the heart of the chaotic Milan a place inspired to fairy tales. The concept is consistent with Moschino philosophy: everything can happens!


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The 59 room boutique Pantone Hotel is located in Brussels, Belgium and designed by the creative team of interior designer Michel Penneman and architect Olivier Hannaert. ’Forty-five years ago, Pantone, Inc. revolutionized the graphic arts industry with the launch of the colorful Pantone Matching System, enabling designers and printers to faithfully articulate and reproduce accurate color anywhere in the world. Each color identified with a unique number for precise specification. Pantone achieved global acceptance and quickly became the standard in the printing and graphic arts industries.’ Now you can experience the vibrancy and subtly of this vast color line first hand. I have to believe immersion in this color intensity would be mood bending! ‘The hotel’s seven floors were each designated a different color — a gesture meant to entice customers to select a room to match their mood. There is a rooftop terrace offering excellent views of the city.” nytimes The Pantone Hotel is part of the new Pantone Universe, an expanding line of colorful, design-driven products to touch and tempt design savvy types. From sneakers, to mugs, and bikes to furniture, it seems design objects of all kinds are available in your favorite Pantone hue.