HOUSE IN UMBRIA BY MEDIR ARCHITETTI The Italian architecture firm Medir Architetti has renovated a former factory in a small village in the Umbria region. www.thefacedesign.com
HUB BY HASSEL The design award-winning Learning Hub is located in the heart of the University of Adelaide's North Terrace Campus. It provides the university with a flexible, functional and secure space with updated library research facilities, formal and informal study spaces, student services and retail to support students and academic staff in meeting their needs. www.thefacedesign.com
NIKE LAB NIKE just elevated the idea of customer experience into a new level by opening a brand new kind of customer destination in five locations around the world: New York, London, Paris, Milan, Shanghai and Hong Kong. www.thefacedesign.com
TSUBOMI HOUSE BY FLAT HOUSE Japanese architecture firm Flat House has completed a project, which combines two functions within a very limited space: a sweets shop and a family home. www.thefacedesign.com
LEE JAEHYO Korean designer Lee Jaehyo shows immense respect for natural materialism in his works. www.thefacedesign.com
BANGKOK UNIVERSITY The International Centre of Bangkok University designed by Pitupong Chaowakul with Suchart Ouypornchaisakukul, Korakot Meesatien, Santi Sarasuphab and Yupadee Suvisith adapts well to the new circumstances that the educational sector has to face, and which were induced by the AEC (ASEAN Economic Community) agreement that will be implemented in 2018. www.thefacedesign.com
FRAME SHOP BY I29 Dutch interior design firm i29, having completed a pop up store design for the famous interior design magazine Frame. www.thefacedesign.com
RANDOM STUDIO IN AMSTERDAM Amsterdam based Random Studio, after 8 years of working from home, decided to set their new office in an outstanding location measuring 475m². www.thefacedesign.com
The Melbourne based Techne Architecture and Interior Design studio accomplished a stunning residential project in collaboration with Dorothy, an interior design studio. The designers have been given the task of converting a traditional space into a playful environment filled with color.
Italian designer Andrea Crosetta has developed a playful style in the product design of radiators and fireplaces. His metal and ceramic designs first got into production in the 1990s under the Antrax IT brand. His radiators and fireplaces stand out due to their playful form and technological innovations.