A complex series of intertwining spaces, enlivened by light and interconnectivity.
An apartment in a remodeled Victorian warehouse in Borough, London by Dow Jones Architects.
In Tensta Konsthall, a Swedish art foundation, Stockholm based firm Front has created an environment that changes with time.
Poteet Architects designed a loft for an art collector in San Antonio, Texas with an intriguing rooftop, designed to provide natural lighting to the artworks.
Camenzind Evolution designed an office interior for Unilever headquarters in Switzerland.
An apartment interior in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, by Amsterdam based firm Laura Alvarez Architecture.
The Librairie La Fontaine bookshop is located in the Rolex Learning Center on the campus of science and technology university EPFL in Lausanne.
Japanese firm Schemata Architecture Office has designed the interior of a food-photography studio in Tokyo.
China’s first museum that is exclusively dedicated to the automobile and its historical development with a multi-brand approach.
‘Dinner party that turns into art’
The joint venture of TBWA and Hakuhodo, is based in this office space in Tokyo, designed by Klein Dytham architecture.
The Minotti News catalogue, photographed by Lorenzo Pennati and styled by Simona Sbordone.
A new interaction surface for young visitors to Autostadt Wolfsburg, integrated as part of the overall context of Autostadt ‘People, Cars, and What Moves Them.’
Giorgio Borruso Design, based in Marina Del Rey, California, has designed the airy and fluid headquarters of Fornari SpA (Fornari Group) in Milan, Italy.
A journey inside Elica, an exhibition with photos by Fabio Barile and Francesco Neri. Neri studied and portrayed the faces of the people working in Elica plants, while Barile focused on the industrial landscape of the Italian premises.
The minimal use of colour and materials of the newly added elements delicately coexist with the raw, old structure of bare walls and concrete
The space is divided into three equal zones, which similar to a yellowtail fish, connects the head, body and the tail with a yellow strip.
HOUSE RICARDO PINTO, a house in Porto, Portugal, with a patio and a ‘white cube’ gallery look, designed for an art lover by Correia/Ragazzi Arquitectos.
The store offers free repairs on all Nudie Jeans product for life – this is standard across all other stores worldwide, and does not matter where the jeans were purchased.
A kindergarten concept with multifunctional spaces that easily can adjust to different functions, designed by 70°N arkitektur.