i29 gave Frame design magazine’s pop-up shop in Amsterdam the feeling of an extensive floor plan with a series of mirrors. The straightforward concept provides additional grandeur and sophistication to the already regal interior of the historic Felix Meritis building. Courtesy of i29 Interior Architects.

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Eichler is a minimalist house located in Linz, Austria, designed by March Gut. The family-run bakery Eichler is located on the outskirts of Linz Urfahr, in the Leonfeldnerstraße 209. (1)

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3.1 Phillip Lim (Tokyo, Japan: 2013) Schemata Architects turned discarded material into striking displays for the fashion house 3.1 Philip Lim. With brief stops in Shinjuku and Harajuku, the stores displayed purses on wooden palettes, definitely doing away with the “no more wire hangers” rule. Photo by Schemata Architects

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Eenmall (Amsterdam, Netherlands: 2013) Marina van Goor’s solo culinary experiment Eenmall is table-for-one testing ground. The idea is made appealing here with a minimal backdrop, carefully placed tables, and no wi-fi, features that reduce distraction and allow for a more focused, meditative dining experience. And other perk: no split checks. Photo by Joep Niesink

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Casa Turia (Valencia, Spain: 2013) From the blond wood awnings to the wall garden, Case Turia, a retail store by Spanish studio CuldeSac, got people in the door even before they found out beer was involved. To showcase the dark Turia Marzen brew, the designers crafted a room that represented a modern spin on Valencia, integrating local products and a clean, crisp design as smooth as the beer’s finish. Photo by CuldeSac

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