Aguri Sagimori’s wild at heart collection. Animal, anima, animation and music brought together to create this artistic collection.
An ever changing landscape of haptic materials encourages interaction and leaves room for the imagination.
AND ALL THAT JAZZ is a lingerie project by polish designer Katarzyna Jarczykowska that participated at the Polish finale of the TRIUMPH INSPIRATION AWARD 2011.
UCL architectural research practice sixteen*(makers) have received a RIBA award for ‘55/02’, a shelter in Kielder Forest and Water Park, Northumberland.
The Giorgio Armani autumn 2011 campaign by fashion photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, featuring Sasha Pivovarova, brings forth the austere elegance of Giorgio Armani.
Jean Paul Gaultier’s Spring/Summer 2012 collection for La Perla includes the designer’s first ever swimwear line for the famous lingerie brand.
Stylist Gabrielle Stival presents her work regarding a photo shoot for IDOL Magazine.
Zumthor has stated that ‘the concept for this year’s Pavilion is the hortus conclusus, a contemplative room, a garden within a garden…’
Controlled by a complex algorithm, Swarm Study / III translates collective behavioural patterns found in nature into moving light.
Fiat’s stylish super-mini with a magic touch by Gucci, the ultimate fashion fetish.
Rio de Janeiro based Brazilian artist Carlito Carvalhosa makes his north american museum debut at MoMA with the monumental installation Sum of Days.
stARTT was selected as winner of the inaugural Young Architects Program at the National Museum of XXI Century Arts (MAXXI) IN Rome.
MoMA presents Holding Pattern, an interactive environment comprised of items to be donated to local community organizations.
Ramon Bosch and Elisabet Capdeferro received the Emerging Architect Special Mention – Mies van der Rohe 2011 for the Collage House.
Max Kibardin presented a series of unique shoe designs, striking and extravagant, a modern-day interpretation of the concept of couture.
This striking project is the 1st Prize in the Invited Competition for the new aquarium in the Georgian seaport of Batumi.
It is the first house whose elevation has been made entirely of a plastic insulating material -Thermopian. Usually, this material has been used only for roofing.
The use of the house generates a direct experience with materials, tactile sensations and a different consciousness of its elements.
AGi architects, in collaboration with Bonyan Design, win the competition for this building.