Hello friends, and welcome to the November 2018 edition of Yellowtrace Spotlight where we round up the best submissions of local and global design news. We’ve had some seriously brilliant submissions this month (like, what’s new?!) spanning all corners of the globe – Valencia, Rome, Soul, Dublin, Helsinki, Brisbane, Melbourne and of course our hometown of Sydney. Take a look at what’s hot this month. Happy reading!
Kaikaya fuses traditional and methodic aspects of Japan with tropical and exotic elements of contemporary Brazil, embodying two seemingly opposing cultures.
At just 55 square meters, Naim is conceived as a compact expression of Stella’s enormous love for Syria. It is an interior tinged with nostalgia and hope.
Conceived as a gathering space for the local community, Pembroke Bar & Kitchen is approachable, pared back and aligned to the casual Australian vernacular.
Artek’s HQ is designed as a working showroom that conveys the spirit of the Finish brand while showcasing the right balance between Artek & Vitra furniture.
Tecture has completed a slick new fit out for a start-up premium blow dry bar business with an interior that feels fresh, feminine, bold and modern.
Amber Road’s humble and evocative interior for Edition Roasters emanates traditional Japanese rural life, existing in stark contrast to its surroundings.
21Spaces have created playful interiors for The Alex Hotel Dublin, complete with bespoke furniture and fittings predominantly made by Irish craftsmen.
An avant-garde medium, an acclaimed artist and an architectural icon came together for the most impressive digital mapping project ever realised in Italy.
Imprint’s façade consists of nearly 4,000 unique concrete panels, constructed using individually produced moulds from MVRDV’s 3D modelling files. Wowzer.
Australian furniture company Lujo has launched a premium range of designer indoor and outdoor bean bags perfect for maximising downtime over summer.
LA-based Slowdown Studio’s first rug collection by Sydney-based artist Evi O is inspired by the abstract and colourful exploration of mythical beasts.
With a multi-layered event campaign that celebrates the history of marble, Artedomus’ latest collaboration with Megan Morton celebrates the simple life.
ALEX AND TRAHANAS launch a collection of travel inspired clothing, hand-painted Apulian ceramics, and a collaboration on a capsule jewellery range.
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