Wifijerez October 2017

Features

3 Chinese Projects Merge Asian Tradition With Contemporary Design

Perkins + Will and Valerie Pasquiou Dress Up Swarovski's New York Office

On the cover: Rottet Studio Makes Layovers a Luxury at Renaissance Atlanta Airport Gateway Hotel

Wutopia Lab Creates a Spectacular Display for a Zhongshuge Bookstore in Suzhou, China

Shamir Shah Adorns Ten Thousand in Los Angeles With Rich Materials and Plenty of Art

4 International Office Spaces

Research

Hospitality Giants 2017

Walk-through

Czech Guesthouse by ORA Fuses Historic Architecture With Contemporary Touches

AvroKO Channels Napa Valley Nostalgia for Calistoga Motor Lodge and Spa

Bennett & Böhme Designs Theatrical Restrooms for Wintergarten Berlin

Design Insider

Victoria Lautman Explores India’s Vanishing Stepwells in New Book

Designwire

Afruz Amighi Showcases Steelwork and Sketches at London's Sophia Contemporary Gallery

Patricia Urquiola Debuts First Solo Exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Josef Albers Collages Spotlight His Central American Travels

Centerfold

Brooks + Scarpa’s Arboreal Installation Brightens a South Florida Plaza

Sketchbook

Mario Botta Recalls Childhood Memories for Swiss Restaurant Monte Generoso

Greater Good

Perkins + Will Updates Toronto Library With Community in Mind

Crosslines

Q&A: Marc Fornes on Creating Intricate Sculptures With Code

Market

7 Tile and Laminate Standouts

Alessia Bettazzi and Pierluigi Percoco’s Whimsical Radiator for Brem

Dornbracht’s Iconic Tara Faucet Updated for 25th Anniversary

New Interstyle Tile Collection Pays Homage to Japanese Poet

Elisa Ossino Studio Designs Multifunctional Elementi System for Boffi

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