Karol Mikulec

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Cocina Cowiche Canyon y Bar Icehouse,© Lara Swimmer

Cocina Cowiche Canyon y Bar Icehouse,© Lara Swimmer

Jones the Grocer flagship restaurant by Landini Associates Sydney 17 Jones the Grocer flagship store, restaurant by Landini Associates, Sydney

Like the partial open kitchen with seats right at the grill so Ray can interact Jones the Grocer flagship restaurant by Landini Associates Sydney 17 Jones the Grocer flagship store, restaurant by Landini Associates, Sydney

Gros plan sur le sol en ENDUIT BETON COLORE, couleur Noir Extra, dans le restaurant SEPTIME, Paris. Il met en valeur le mobilier en bois brut et contribue à une ambiance de charme, mi-indus, mi vintage.

Gros plan sur le sol en ENDUIT BETON COLORE, couleur Noir Extra, dans le restaurant SEPTIME, Paris. Il met en valeur le mobilier en bois brut et contribue à une ambiance de charme, mi-indus, mi vintage.

Light IQ love the design of this fabulous new retreat Casa Cook Hotel on the island of Kos. Rustic luxury

Light IQ love the design of this fabulous new retreat Casa Cook Hotel on the island of Kos. Rustic luxury

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This Starbucks store located at the Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, Florida is our 500th LEED store. Elements of sustainable design include: 100% energy-efficient LED lighting, reclaimed materials used throughout, community tables made from salvaged trees & a green roof filled with hundreds of lemon grass plants. With a touch of Disney-like whimsy, a moss art installation brings the tranquility of a forest to the store, inviting you to enjoy the serenity of the natural world.

This Starbucks store located at the Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando…

Sushi Planet Restaurant by Xtra Shiny, Adelaide – Australia » Retail Design Blog

An empty concrete and glass shell was transformed into a warm, highly textural space with extensive use of natural materials including; American white oak, black Spanish marble, off-form concrete and a splash of red furniture.