October 2019 Yellowtrace Spotlight Feature Image


October edition of Yellowtrace Spotlight is upon us, as we round up the best local and global design news, including the part-fabulous, part-freaky Bar concept in Vienna; brand-spankin’ new product releases from Broached Commissions, Fibonacci Stone and Lambert & Fils; Aesop’s incredible new Sydney store and their largest in the world to date; sizzling local & international projects by Doherty Design Studio, Daniel Boddam, Studio Tack, Alex Cochrane Architects, to name just a few. Go, go, go!


Md Apartment Ahmedabad India By Saransh Yellowtrace

MD Apartment in Ahmedabad, India by Saransh.

Originally a two-bedroom residence, Saransh converted MD Apartment in Ahmedabad, India into a bohemian studio replete with polished concrete and timber.


Conigrave House Hunters Hill Sydney By Daniel Boddam Yellowtrace

Conigrave House in Hunters Hill, Sydney by Daniel Boddam.

Daniel Boddam has completed a renovation of a Victorian home in Sydney’s Hunters Hill, updating the heritage property to embody timeless elegance.


Selfridges Offices Refurb London By Alex Cochrane Architects Yellowtrace

Selfridges Offices in London by Alex Cochrane Architects.

Maximizing flexibility & a nomadic ethos, the Alex Cochrane Architects-designed Selfridges buying office in Marylebone offers a variety of working options.


Aesop Opens Sydney Flagship By Snohetta Yellowtrace

Aesop Opens Sydney Store by Snøhetta.

Upholding meticulously considered design, Aesop collaborated with Snøhetta for their latest Australian opening and largest store to date.


Marquise Flagship Malvern By Doherty Design Studio Yellowtrace

Marquise Flagship in Malvern, Melbourne by Doherty Design Studio.

Conceived as an inner sanctum with elements of play and nostalgia, the new Marquise baby store by Doherty Design Studio feels equally immersive and calm.


Peu A Peu Sports Store Hangzhou China By So Studio Yellowtrace

PEU A PEU Sports Store in Hangzhou, China by So Studio.

Shanghai-based design practice So Studio completed PEU A PEU sports store in Hangzhou, inspired by the interactions that takes place on sports fields.


Lax Bar In Vienna By Four Artists From Austria And Germany Yellowtrace

LAX Bar in Vienna by Four Artists From Austria & Germany.

Taking over a former 1950s record store in Vienna, LAX Bar is an homage to Adolf Loos’ famed ‘American Bar’ conceived by four Austrian and German artists.


The Village Cafe Uttar Pradesh India By Portal92 Yellowtrace

The Village Cafe in Uttar Pradesh, India by Portal 92.

Contemplating villages and their change under the influence of globalization drove Delhi-based design firm Portal92 in conceptualizing The Village Café.


Tsukimi Restaurant New York By Studio Tack Yellowtrace

Tsukimi Restaurant in New York by Studio Tack.

Studio Tack have completed Tsukimi Japanese restaurant in East Village, reinterpreting Japanese design principles while avoiding indulgence in any clichés.


Fibonacci Stone Updates Neues Collection Superfine Yellowtrace

Fibonacci Stone Updates The Neues Terrazzo Collection.

Constantly innovating in the field of terrazzo, Fibonacci Stone have expanded their popular Neues range with four new finishes inspired by Brutalist forms.


Lambert And Fils Launches The Parc Lighting Collection Yellowtrace

Lambert & Fils Launches The Parc Lighting Collection.

Montreal-based Lambert & Fils launch the Parc lighting collection, a collaboration with Swiss designer Adrien Rovero inspired by childhood imagination.


Canopy Chair Collection By Layer For Raeburn Yellowtrace

Canopy Chair Collection by LAYER and RAEBURN.

Benjamin Hubert of design agency LAYER has collaborated with responsible fashion company RAEBURN on the Canopy collection made from recycled parachutes.


Broached Commissions Presents Broached Goulder By Jon Goulder Yellowtrace

Broached Commissions Presents Broached Goulder Designed by Jon Goulder.

Fusing historical context with contemporary design, Broached Commissions present limited edition pieces by fourth-generation furniture-maker Jon Goulder.


Bric Installation By Nathalie Du Pasquier Mutina Yellowtrace

BRIC Installation by Nathalie Du Pasquier for Mutina.

Milan-based French artist Nathalie Du Pasquier has collaborated with Mutina on a fascinating site-specific installation dedicated to the humble brick.


Reddie Furniture Launches Non Corporate Workstation Yellowtrace

Reddie Furniture Launches Non-Corporate Workstation.

Responding to rapid changes across office space and design, furniture brand Reddie are aiming to change work lives with their new Non-Corporate Workstation.

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