A series of timeless, handmade recycled aluminium chairs and stools.
Nomadic structures enlivening the strict lines of the space.
Nest, a stylish and iconic baby furniture collection tampering with the modern aesthetics the 60’s.
The designer has chosen to keep historical elements like the original windows, staircase handles and walls as the framework and repaint them white, so that the story of the building unfolds quietly through the pale traces of time.
A fluid, organically growing, psychedelic landscape.
Pixelation games provide a constantly changing vision of their work.
Nendo have designed a small clothing shop based on a game of fake doors that control the degree of visibility and enhance the element of surprise.
Contemporary white counterbalanced with fun colours, custom made furniture and ceramic floor lends a distinctive tone to the venue.
The Leading Hotels of the World admits the Kameha Bay Portals into its exclusive hotel association before opening.
LAVA’s reinterpretation of an existing youth hostel has resulted in a completely new type of space. A 2009 competition winner.
Alcantara’s non-slip surface is the inspiration for nendo’s series of birdhouses.
Nendo use‘roofs’in a variety of sizes and heights to demarcate the different exhibits.
A U-shaped band of black volumes reminiscent of wine bottles, encapsulate singular hues while being sandwiched between industrial aesthetics.
Philipp Plein chose to collaborate for the first time with AquiliAlberg for the opening of the new flagship store in Italy. AquiliAlberg’s sculptural portal made with Corian® and LED lights anticipate the fashion designer ultra-contemporary and luxurious world.
15,000 maps of London neighbourhoods printed onto tracing paper onto the walls make references to the London fog.
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 hotel project is a small city project, a human settlement where habitat, commerce, education, politics, culture is combined.
RUR proposes a dynamic 3-dimensional urbanism that takes advantage of the site’s unique lateral positioning with respect to the city grid.