A low key pre-collection emphasising on daywear with strict minimalistic lines in a monochromatic palette.
A Heritage Wall made of wood from a 100-year old Black Forest lodge, has built-in display cases with exhibits, pictures and graphics from the company’s history.
The sculptural organic forms that define the designer’s iconic signature look are always dominant.
QZone is a gazebo distinguished by a cube-shaped frame.
Urban influences in a sophisticated, experimental collection.
Versatile and amusing, it is a coffee table which also acts as a small piece of furniture for storage.
Intriguing garments by Polish experimental fashion costume designer Katarzyna Jarczykowska.
Mediterranean influenced floor and ceiling lamps woven in bright colours.
Cocoon-like shapes depicting introversion, transparencies reveal the self and asexual volumes defy the traditional perception of gender.
Platform 4 represents a selective sampling of agendas cultivated at the Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) during the last academic year.
Experimental digital artworks by Vienna based illustrator Michael Ostermann.
Steel and concrete transformed from ordinary industrial materials into a versatile family of candle stick holders, Candle Columns.
Neglecting ethnic, national and generic barriers Mongrels in Common combine pieces of a cultural kaleidoscope creating a different style.
An amorphic large scale sculpture doused in nautical paint, presented at Art Public, Art Basel Miami Beach.
Editorial photography for Papercut Magazine, 2012 featuring clothes by Marina Rimer and Svetlana Stadnik.
Aschan Deli is an urban quick stop for a snack or coffee. The aim was to create a concept that looks fresh and modern while communicating convenience.
The collection continues to play with fairytales – and allusions of a modern Venetian masquerade ball combined with pure and clean Danish aesthetics.
ALL+ offers QZone-Kitchen, a solution to cook without any limitations, even outside.
The soft whiteness of the Féerie Précieuse lingerie collection glows on the skin like porcelain.
‘Compas’ is a timeless tribute to contemporary furniture conceived in the forties on the principle of fluidity and comfort.