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a table with four chairs in front of it and a blurry person walking by
Mr Joe by Figureground - Commercial Architecture & Interiors - Melbourne
a pink couch sitting in the middle of a room
Lush colors for cafeteria area
an empty restaurant with wooden tables and blue booths on the wall, along with hanging lights
Arched glass panels suggest windows in basement canteen by SHH
a small brick house with lots of windows
Pocket Cottage — Mustard Architects
an open door leading to a white room with red walls and wood flooring on both sides
an empty room with tables and chairs in the center, surrounded by metal mesh partitions
nana's green tea熊本パルコ店 [通町筋] 店舗デザイン.COM
nana's green tea熊本パルコ店
there are two metal objects hanging on the wall
The Design Walker
frame detail - looks like sheet metal, aluminum sheet and glass. I wonder what the screws are?: Idea, Offices Lobbies, Sheet Metal, Projects Reveal, Metals, Design Dump, Display Art, Photo, Construction Offices
the lights are hanging from the ceiling in the room with no one around them at all
ELLE Decoration - Inredning, inspiration och trender | ELLE
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an empty restaurant with green chairs and white tablecloths on the walls, along with vertical blinds
Here we go ... The full set of images shot by @earlcarter from the Lexus Design Pavilion are up on our website (Yay)!! There are so many amazing people to thank on this project @thebiggroupinstagram @joostbakker @lexusaustralia @grazia_and_co @evhpr and many more. Head to the Hospitality section of our site to check it out. #mimdesign #mimdesignhospitality #interiordesign #springracing #vsco #vscocam
an empty restaurant with blue chairs and tables
an empty restaurant with tables and chairs
Maison du Danemark by GamFratesi
Located along the Champs-Élysées in Paris, Maison du Danemark has recently been renovated to include two exquisite new restaurants. On the ground floor is Flora Danica, a high-end brasserie, and on the first level is Copenhague, a fine-dining experience. The incredible space was designed by Danish-Italian design duo GamFratesi, who chose materials and colour schemes to create a classic Danish environment fused with a Parisian aesthetic.
a room divider made out of different shades of colored glass and metal mesh panels
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