Artwork is the poster and the cover of an album.
Antimatter is a seating system that consists of two stools, one of which also serves as storage.
Loulou Cherinet works primarily with video and photography, creating portraits in series, dominated by narrative storytelling and highly emotional performance.
Manifesta is a roving, contemporary art event, showcasing the most innovative work by artists and curators from Europe and beyond.
Universal Design Studio has accentuated the three-dimensional appearance of the facade by using small and large-scale perforations to produce tonal contrast and visual depth to the pleated cladding.
This diploma project examines the concept of geometrically arranged and structured space in relation to the human body.
Emulating a Morpho-mechanical system with sensors, actuators, computational and control firmware embedded in a fibre composite skin was the core of this research.
’Fabricate’ cleverly adapts Jacquard type weaving to make light shades. The principle of ‘Fabricate’ is very simple but the variations of its result are boundless.
The interior carries metaphors relating to the client’s business. The main entrance has a light ribbon around the door frame, symbolizing the ‘light’ leading to the solution.
Renault Twingo MissSixty® Edition, a distinctly feminine limited edition version with unprecedented low CO2 emissions.
The Summer 2011 collection by Duyos is inspired by the idea of an evocative, sophisticated, oriental interior landscape.
A volumetric landscape within the greater airport landscape.
This 5-star contemporary restaurant is an award winning project completed in 2009 in Shenyang, China.
For the very first time, real preserved scarabs are used in this way and arranged, housed in amazing cage necklaces or zoomorph inspired settings for earrings.
Its new building, designed by Foster + Partners, doubles the exhibition area and pioneers an innovative approach to vertical movement within a gallery setting.
Aamodt Plumb Architects Wins in Winnipeg – Warming Huts Competition
The staircase as a compressed spatial motion element of a former free field.
All dolls are truly unique and have the name of the child who made it up or a name that was given to it by the child. It involves all aspects of the social and cultural facts found in Sri Lanka and involves all aspects of the manufacturing methods of the company (SELYN) as well as the dreams and visions these people have.
A design experiment using fashion, packaging, typography and photography, an interaction between two and three dimensional worlds.