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Appetizing Design: 10 New and Noteworthy NYC Restaurants | Projects | Interior Design

Appetizing Design: 10 Noteworthy NYC Restaurants

Taiwan Noodle House by Golucci International Design Beijing  Wall covered in bowls and ceiling in chop sticks

Golucci International Design have sent us images of the Taiwan Noodle House restaurant interior they have designed in Beijing, China. Photography by Sun Xiangyu via

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Galería de Zucchero / DOX Arquitectos - 11

Galería - Zucchero / DOX Arquitectos - 11

Architect Unknown - 1958. Materials such as slate, marble, brick, cherry and rosewood compose the interior surfaces.  The formal living and dining area make the most of the materials, with exposed brick walls and a long, suspended rosewood-clad credenza spans the change in levels, supported by a series of balusters which are anchored to the floor and ceiling.

Tyler Merkel of mid century Michigan is on a mission to document amazing mid century homes in Grand Rapids Michigan.

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