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Seoul studio Sukchulmok has designed a crimson brick cafe in South Korea impressed by European public squares.
The constructing, named Parocindo Bakery Cafe, options vigorous curved shapes and rounded partitions. For its inside, the studio used small tiles constructed from travertine limestone.
Commenters dissected the challenge. One cherished the challenge and thought it was “superbly executed”, whereas one other described it as “odd” and “unusual”.
Different tales on this week’s e-newsletter that fired up the feedback part included an opinion piece by Patrik Schumacher on the “lack of structure” on the Venice Structure Biennale, 4 inflatable constructions by Steve Messam at Clerkenwell Design Week and BIG being named because the masterplanner of Neom’s octagonal port metropolis.
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