Urban casual feeling with a clean silhouette and great comfort.
MOONBIRD received the Best Lighting award of Product category for its outstanding design and quality.
The MINI Paceman Concept embodies the idea of an incomparable driving experience in a way that meets the needs of a modern, lifestyle-oriented target group but also stays true to the character of the brand.
A richly illustrated, extensive retrospective of Atelier projects from 2002 to 2010 is interwoven with sections describing how the internationally active scenographers from Stuttgart actually go about their work.
The most iconic samples of Modernism’s fascination with plywood exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art from February 2, 2011.
Four distinctive cat characters to choose the one we identify with.
Suspended fans create a breeze simulating natural wind. A new prospective reality, reminiscent of the installation’s context, is constructed.
An eclectic mix of sport, street and elegance, distinguished by cutting-edge luxury fabrics developed in Japan.
Olafur Eliasson’s installation work The Forked Forest Path dominates the exhibition THE LAND BETWEEN US, at the Whitworth Art Gallery.
ATELIER BRÜCKNER wins international competition for the ‘Arabian Journey’ Permanent exhibition of the King Abdulaziz Center in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.
SURF, a sun lounger designed by the international designer Karim Rashid is the winner; thanks to its innovative design, its characteristic shape and its 100% recyclable material.
The ‘Shopping with Santa Claus’ action by Luzinterruptus reminds us of the increasing number of people that eat and live from the garbage containers.
An exhibition of new works by Antony Gormley will be presented at Anna Schwartz Gallery in Melbourne from March until April 2011.
Karim Rashid designed the ‘KOMB HOUSE’ space for Vondom in the new Designer’s Hall during the Le Marché fair in Cairo.
As of January 1, 2011, Cooper Joseph Studio will be the new name of the firm Wendy Evans Joseph Architecture.
The proposed structure WOVEN endeavours to capture each of these identifying aspects of local environment, tribal society, and trans regional entrepreneurship in the outer and inner characteristics of one emblematic elevated building.
A 7m glass structure in the shape of a sword’s tip pays tribute to the Camelot and Excalibur myth.
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.