A white folded surface with orange outlines shapes a multifunctional coat hanger designed by Istanbul based Tank Design Studio.
Creating porous cement with the use of wax inserts, melted out after the concrete set, to mimic volcanic rock. The light seeps through the holes in the cement.
Credenza with a high gloss lacquer finish and hand laid beaded pattern by the indigenous Huichol people of western central Mexico.
An archetypal form with an ancestral name that tributes the cult star wars trooper figure!
Ovia is a seamlessly integrated power reserve for developing countries that still experience frequent power shortage.
A series of planting tools and pruners that are designed to inspire creative garden enthusiasts in urban environments.
The Denver Art Museum has acquired London-based INDUSTRY Gallery’s designer Tom Price’s limited edition ‘Meltdown Chair.’
Using small clips one can arrange the generic building blocks to quickly create shelf systems, room dividers or side tables.
smart is turning the automotive world upside down once again and challenging ideas about what an urban pickup should look like.
Coat hanger inspired by an architecture technique used by the Aztec empire to build their cities.
Figures in a fragile balance that holds all the contradictors of their personality and life in a whole, revealing their inner beauty with an aura of mystery.
Lightweight, athletic and luxurious, the new Mercedes-Benz SL continues a tradition of 60 years of sportiness.
The ultimate lifestyle fetish. A luxurious feel complements the car’s timeless aesthetics.
The first example of a two-tone Rolls-Royce Ghost, a bespoke option, complementing the popularity of two-tone Phantom models.
The new GranTurismo Sport stands out from the crowd thanks to thorough restyling and a host of new technical features that further enhance its sporty nature.
The most uncompromising open super sports car by Lamborghini.
A smart solution for small spaces, this sinuously adaptable bent plywood design affords a functional versatility for home.
The BMW Museum is dedicating a special exhibition to the world-renowned fashion and advertising illustrator René Gruau, who died in 2004.
With a title reminiscent of ‘The Guns of Brixton’ and with the 1981 Brixton riots as the starting point, Robots of Brixton is a symbolic science fiction tragedy.
The installation is an abstract model representing the future of living, promoting water based industries, fishing communities and diversity.