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Interiors That Revel In The Warmth Of Wood

July 2, 2020 HD Staff 0

Wood has long been appreciated in interiors for its natural beauty and aesthetically warming properties, and this is as prevalent today as it’s ever been. Modern interiors that are characterised by simple lines and minimalist layouts perhaps stand to gain the most from infusions of gorgeous wood grains, and from the rich tonal element they […]

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Commune designs Serra marijuana dispensary in Los Angeles to be airy and luxurious

July 2, 2020 Bridget Cogley 0
Serra by Commune Design

Oak and brass display cabinets fill this cannabis dispensary in Los Angeles that local studio Commune designed to look like a jewellery store. Commune designed the store for Portland brand Serra that sells and produces cannabis products, from caramel treats to pre-rolled joints. Serra, whose Portland flagship was designed by OMFGCo and JHL Design, tasked

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Atelier Oslo and Lundhagem unveil Oslo’s “huge but intimate” central library

July 2, 2020 Tom Ravenscroft 0
Deichman Bjørvika central library in Olso, Norway by Atelier Oslo and Lund Hagem

Oslo’s long-awaited Deichman Bjørvika central library, which stands alongside the Snøhetta-designed opera house on the city’s waterfront, has opened to the public in Norway. Designed by Atelier Oslo and Lundhagem, the five-storey building contains space for 450,000 books wrapped around a large, top-lit atrium that connects the floors and breaks them into smaller spaces. “Our aim was to make

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Atelier Oslo and Lundhagem unveil Oslo’s “huge but intimate” central library

July 2, 2020 Tom Ravenscroft 0
Deichman Bjørvika central library in Olso, Norway by Atelier Oslo and Lund Hagem

Oslo’s long-awaited Deichman Bjørvika central library, which stands alongside the Snøhetta-designed opera house on the city’s waterfront, has opened to the public in Norway. Designed by Atelier Oslo and Lundhagem, the five-storey building contains space for 450,000 books wrapped around a large, top-lit atrium that connects the floors and breaks them into smaller spaces. “Our aim was to make

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