Every Color of the Rainbow: Profiling Five Young Talents

At Phenomblue in Omaha by TackArchitects, a canopy of construction-grade plywood separates a break-out area from the café in back. Photography by Kessler Photography.

At Phenomblue in Omaha by TackArchitects, high-gloss acrylic paint provides branding. Photography by Kessler Photography.

At Phenomblue in Omaha by TackArchitects, milled perforated aluminum defines the storefront. Photography by Kessler Photography.

At Phenomblue in Omaha by TackArchitects, chairs in the break-out area are upholstered in a?polyester blend. Photography by Kessler Photography.

At Controlar in Alfena, Portugal, by ADOFF–Associated Architects and Atelier Zurcatnas, flooring in a lounge is epoxy. Photography by João Morgado.

At Controlar in Alfena, Portugal, by ADOFF–Associated Architects and Atelier Zurcatnas, a steel-framed polycarbonate portico emphasizes the existing entry. Photography by João Morgado.

At Controlar in Alfena, Portugal, by ADOFF–Associated Architects and Atelier Zurcatnas, none of the interior enclosures touch the building walls or ceiling. Photography by João Morgado.

At Controlar in Alfena, Portugal, by ADOFF–Associated Architects and Atelier Zurcatnas, the mezzanine is galvanized steel. Photography by João Morgado.

At Controlar in Alfena, Portugal, by ADOFF–Associated Architects and Atelier Zurcatnas, paving outside the entry is concrete block. Photography by João Morgado.

At Controlar in Alfena, Portugal, by ADOFF–Associated Architects and Atelier Zurcatnas, engineered-wood lockers serve the 36 employees. Photography by João Morgado.

At Controlar in Alfena, Portugal, by ADOFF–Associated Architects and Atelier Zurcatnas, ceiling trays keep cables accessible for maintenance and upgrades. Photography by João Morgado.

Tokyo installation by Emmanuelle Moureaux Architecture + Design. Photography by Daisuke Shima/Nacása & Partners.

Transforming the lobby of the Shinjuku Mitsui Building in Tokyo, Emmanuelle Moureaux Architecture + Design's 100 Colors installation featured 840 sheets of paper. Photography by Daisuke Shima/Nacása & Partners.

They were suspended from the ceiling with the help of fishing wire and binder clips. Photography by Daisuke Shima/Nacása & Partners.

To indicate a favorite color, visitors were encouraged to place a sticker next to dots on a wall in the lobby. Photography by Daisuke Shima/Nacása & Partners.

Its floor was not touched. Photography by Daisuke Shima/Nacása & Partners.

Six beanbag chairs were brought in for the installation. Photography by Daisuke Shima/Nacása & Partners.

At Dream Dairy Farm, Chiba, Japan by Moriyuki Ochiai Architects, shelving and the cash-wrap counter are plywood. Photography by Atsushi Ishida/Nacása & Partners.

Sheets of recycled aluminum and panels of polycarbonate meet on the ceiling plane at Dream Dairy Farm, Chiba, Japan by Moriyuki Ochiai Architects. Photography by Atsushi Ishida/Nacása & Partners.

At Dream Dairy Farm, Chiba, Japan by Moriyuki Ochiai Architects, a station offers soft-serve ice cream. Photography by Atsushi Ishida/Nacása & Partners.

At Dream Dairy Farm, Chiba, Japan by Moriyuki Ochiai Architects, the main counter has a base of molded solid-surfacing. Photography by Atsushi Ishida/Nacása & Partners.

At Black Ocean in New York by Rafael de Cárdenas/Architecture at Large, an Achille Castiglioni pendant fixture hangs above the partners’ office. Photography by Floto + Warner Studio/Otto.

At Black Ocean in New York by Rafael de Cárdenas/Architecture at Large, decking in the courtyard is ipe. Photography by Floto + Warner Studio/Otto.

In the office area at Black Ocean in New York by Rafael de Cárdenas/Architecture at Large, custom workstations’ tops in smoked glass, edged in copper, rest on plywood bases. Photography by Floto + Warner Studio/Otto.

At Black Ocean in New York by Rafael de Cárdenas/Architecture at Large, wool carpet covers built-in seating in a lounge. Photography by Floto + Warner Studio/Otto.

Artwork in powder-coated metal and?neon accompanies the lobby’s custom furniture at Black Ocean in New York by Rafael de Cárdenas/Architecture at Large. Photography by Floto + Warner Studio/Otto.

The cast-masonry firehouse at Black Ocean in New York by Rafael de Cárdenas/Architecture at Large dates to 1894. Photography by Floto + Warner Studio/Otto.

Perforated steel and stained birch line a?corridor at Black Ocean in New York by Rafael de Cárdenas/Architecture at Large. Photography by Floto + Warner Studio/Otto.

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