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Australian skin care brand Aesop really knows how to wow their customers with the interior design in both their permanent retail locations and in their pop-up shops. This temporary shop designed by March Studio, located at Singapore’s Merci in January 2011, made a big impact with a gigantic installation of cardboard boxes suspended in a net. Amazing! Gift Shop Magazine

Australian skin care brand Aesop really knows how to wow their customers with the interior design in both their permanent retail locations and in their pop-up shops. This temporary shop designed by March Studio, located at Singapore’s Merci in January 2011, made a big impact with a gigantic installation of cardboard boxes suspended in a net. Amazing! Gift Shop Magazine

A whisky barrel bar made from a retired Glenmorangie Single Malt Scotch Whisky barrel. The internal LED light illuminates the contents of the bar and showcases the rustic toasted barrel staves. A wonderful innovative piece.

A whisky barrel bar made from a retired Glenmorangie Single Malt Scotch Whisky barrel. The internal LED light illuminates the contents of the bar and showcases the rustic toasted barrel staves. A wonderful innovative piece.

What’s In Your Bottle Of Scotch? Exploring The Chemistry Of Whisky

What’s In Your Bottle Of Scotch? Exploring The Chemistry Of Whisky

The Herzog Bar & Restaurant in Munich is a magnificent fusion of eras that co-exist and complement each other, producing a result that is strikingly unique. Housed in a heritage listed, post-war modernist building in the centre of the city which was designed and constructed in 1957 by venerated German architects, Sep Ruf and Theo Papst, the building’s foundation stretches even further back—as this is the site of a late 16th century castle which belonged to Bavarian duke, Wilhelm V.

The Herzog Bar & Restaurant in Munich is a magnificent fusion of eras that co-exist and complement each other, producing a result that is strikingly unique. Housed in a heritage listed, post-war modernist building in the centre of the city which was designed and constructed in 1957 by venerated German architects, Sep Ruf and Theo Papst, the building’s foundation stretches even further back—as this is the site of a late 16th century castle which belonged to Bavarian duke, Wilhelm V.