A series of digitally created artworks by Japanese designer Yoshihiro Mikami capture the fluidity and randomness of movement.
The idea of the illustration is based on shapes formed by clothes and on interpreting sale as a distributing process, i.e. the process of spreading.
‘This chair is designed for the urban environment or public cultural sites. It can be both a functional thing and an art object…’
‘The idea of making the product comes from the necessity to design a module which to be used as a shelf and a partition…’
A series of cute monsters comprising primarily of feet, sheets and hair.
A bold and aggressive chronograph concept with a sportive attitude by Canadian designer Martti Lemieux.
Convergence is a project that explores computative techniques in the context of fabrication, a triangulated artwork and an interior element.
Reminding of a loom, the room divider by New York based designer Niko Economidis weaves the threads of life, shaping a soft, semi transparent screen.
Facets, random polygons and extrusions shape a mysterious and seductive out-of-this-world lighting device.
A white mask separates into two. Its conjoined parts fuse together recreating a sort of prosthesis for a mirror kiss.
The Aura Coffee Table and Stool were created through explorations of different ways of transforming and sectioning the geometric figure of a torus.
Influenced by the ’60’s Dutch design, MORRO pays tribute to the classic modernism.
The prototype of a faceted seating system, designed for public spaces with an urban attitude.
Danish designer Jakob Hjort proposes a minimal office desk with a lot of hidden compartments, perfect for those who want a tidy desktop.
Described as a contemporary fossil, USBéton by Kix studio reveals the fetishist fascination with fare-faced concrete that many architects and designers share.
The staircase as a compressed spatial motion element of a former free field.
A bathroom where mutually alternating fragmentary mirror surfaces and lighting fixtures form a jigsaw puzzle of an image and a reflection.
The stadium will have its own, distinctive modern character and will be based on environmental and user friendly approach.
RUR proposes a dynamic 3-dimensional urbanism that takes advantage of the site’s unique lateral positioning with respect to the city grid.