Tamawa from now on will be distributed by Skitsch in Milan, and shortly in the italian brand’s new showroom in London.
Five new installations produced for the exhibition will immerse visitors in the permanent confrontation of the body with architecture and architecture with movement, via visual and sound tools implemented by Faustino.
The idea of this activity landscape is to invite and motivate children aged three to ten to develop motor skills while having fun playing.
The installation, Nocturne of the Limax maximus, includes a fifteen-foot-long, wall-mounted horizontal sculpture called Slug, and a free-standing floor-to-ceiling structure titled Egg.
Sculpted, supple and soft, Mabille’s work with volumetrics has upset all the codes in traditional down jacket design.
An experiment testing the boundaries of stillness and motion through photographs and video.
Andre Kikoski Architect, has just won a 2010 “Best of Year Award” from Interior Design in the hospitality category.
Doing without internal walls, labelling or commentary, the works are displayed in a simplicity that echoes the moment of their creation, before their appropriation by the museum and its apparatus.
In 2011, Renault 4 will be celebrating its 50th anniversary and the brand intends to celebrate the event accordingly.
The cut is relaxed, with garments designed to generate an effortless look of natural elegance and stylish chic.
A selection from the award winning postcards from the ‘El Ojo de Iberoamérica 2010’ advertising festival.
‘Zaha Hadid and Suprematism’ explores the formative influence of the masters of the Russian Avant-garde on the practice of the Pritzker Prize-winning architect.
The intention of the biannual Festival is to put scenography in the conception and design of exhibitions in and around museums into the centre of discussion.
A collective exhibition in the shape of ‘tribute-thanks-transmission’ with a result which lecturers and pupils alike can be proud of.
For the first time in its history, the Sony World Photography Awards is being held in London on April 27, 2011.
A design experiment using fashion, packaging, typography and photography, an interaction between two and three dimensional worlds.
The chapel cuts into the rising landscape with its shape following the lines of the landscape trajectories around the graveyard. Three curved walls are embracing and dividing the programs.
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.