The new Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4, in Midas yellow, has been chosen by Microsoft’s Turn 10 Studios, the creators of the iconic Forza Motorsport racing game franchise, as the hero car for Forza Horizon 2, the studio’s latest racing game.
Pent is a new table system designed by Madrid based industrial and interior design studio DSIGNIO for Beltà.
A Little Brick Studio, located in Melbourne, Australia, is designed by MAKE Architecture.
It’s bulbous, undulating appearance sets it distinctly apart in this neighborhood. This was done consciously – to challenge the site’s rigid edges, and formally, to cushion everything visibly grid-like around it.
Innovative texture and contrasting structures make an impact at all white Wimbledon – adidas by Stella McCartney barricade
Cooperation with CITA, Copenhagen / Guest lecture by Ben van Berkel, UNStudio
A futuristic and chic graduation collection by Katie Roberts-Wood of the Royal College of Art.
Dutch firm mecanoo has proposed an urban calligraphy for the ‘noble quran oasis’ competition in Al Madinah, Saudi Arabia.
London based Danish designer Astrid Andersen goes from the hip-hop culture to Japanese sumo wrestling styling.
Renovation of the Franciscan Sanctuary of Arantzazu facilities, in Oñati, Spain by architects AH Asociados.
On the streets of Nürnberg: The BMW M4 DTM makes its street circuit debut.
‘draftsman’ collection / 01. scale
Commissioned by Nike Global Energy
One element of the quattro Festkogl Alm brand staging are interactive tables. In their ‘non-activated’ state, the tables appear to feature red-and-white checked tablecloths as centrepieces.
Him AND Her Dressing Table by Studio248 offers an elegant marble surface with a collection of solid wood personal accessory organizers in front of dual mirrors.
Otto Medem de la Torriente has designed the El Viento house, a residence in Collado Villalba, Spain.
D Jewelry store in Pamplona, Spain, designed by Antonio Vaillo and Juan Luis Irigaray.
Strong colours, bold knitwear and daring combinations of materials are the highlights of this collection.
This book, signed by the artist, is the first comprehensive monograph on Ai Weiwei’s life and work.
Rondò is a system of circular sound absorbing panels inspired by the traditional Japanese room divider.