Welcome to the fortnightly instalment of our hashtag #thespacesilike where we round up some of your most startling, serene and inspiring spaces.

Our readers have tagged over 181,000 posts to date. This time you’ve snapped a Mediterranean landmark by architects Claudio Silvestrin and John Pawson, and a serene tea room in Osaka.

Want to share a space you’ve discovered? Tag your Instagram post with #thespacesilike for a chance to be featured.

Building in Marrakech, Morocco

Traditional Kissaten in Osaka, Japan

 

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Neuendorf House in Mallorca, Spain

 

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Parisian atelier, France

 

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1/15 Coffee in Jakarta, Indonesia

 

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Korakia Pensione in Palm Springs, USA

Velodrom Berlin, Germany

 

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