Bricks Decoded: High-rise Brick & Masonry Architecture | Yellowtrace

Bricks Decoded: High-rise Brick & Masonry Architecture.

Aaaaaand… we’re back with our content partnership with our pals from Brickworks Building Products. Our partnership sees us exploring the versatility, immense magic and the infinite possibilities of bricks, and today we're turning our...
EN Japanese Cosmetic Brand Boutique in Paris by ARCHIEE | Yellowtrace

EN Japanese Cosmetic Brand Boutique in Paris by ARCHIEE.

Parisian studio ARCHIEE has designed a boutique for Japanese cosmetic brand en, the translated meanings of ‘beauty’, ‘circle’, and ‘connection' informing the design. When designing a boutique for Japanese cosmetics brand en,...
Best of Maison Objet Paris 2019 Event Report by Yellowtrace

Best In Show: Maison & Objet 2019.

The 2019 edition of Parisian design show Maison & Objet showcased renowned studios as well as emerging design talent, including exhibitions by the Rising Talent nominees from China. We’re live with best in show from Maison & Objet,...
Cédric Grolet's Meurice Patisserie in Paris by Ciguë | Yellowtrace

Cédric Grolet’s Meurice Patisserie in Paris by Ciguë.

The executive pastry chef at the exclusive Le Maurice, Cédric Grolet, has unveiled his first pastry boutique under the arcades of the Paris hotel, with an interior designed by Ciguë. At just 32 years of age, Cédric Grolet is one of...
Antoni Clavé Archives in Paris by Kengo Kuma | Yellowtrace

Antoni Clavé Archives in Paris by Kengo Kuma.

Paper is perhaps the very last material one would think of when approaching a project of architecture, but this is precisely the material Kengo Kuma and Associates have turned to when designing a private museum in Paris to house the...
Return of Glass Block Architecture Trend, Curated by Yellowtrace.

Bricks Decoded: The Return of Glass Blocks.

Go on. Admit it. The thought of glass blocks probably makes you shudder. Unless you fall into the 5%* category of new generation designers who have already embraced the potential of this highly misunderstood and marginalised building...