Belgian firm Graux & Baeyens Architecten has designed the House DS, an ultra minimal renovation and extension to a rustic, farmhouse styled, 70′s residence.
Swiss luxury watchmaker Audemars Piguet chooses BIG to expand its historic headquarters. The pavilion will be a striking landmark to precision seamlessly integrated into the local landscape.
London based designer Fabrice Le Nezet explores shape variations in an attempt to create minimalist iconic structures inspired by sports wear and typography.
Iconic British fashion designer Paul Smith celebrates a summer of football with a limited edition of signature stripe printed leather size 5 football.
Extension and refurbishment of Alianza Francesa Jean Mermoz School in Curico, Chile, by architects Guillermo Hevia Garcia and Nicolás Urzúa Soler.
Fashion editorial for VISION magazine by Munich based fashion photographer Elizaveta Porodina.
The most ambitious retrospective held in Spain to date of the work of Georges Braque (1882–1963), one of the most prominent figures on the early 20thcentury avant-garde scene.
New publication on the occasion of the World Cup: “3+1 Stadia for Brazil”,editor Falk Jaeger, published by jovis
Wulumuqi Road Apartment, designed by SKEW Collaborative, is located in Shanghai, China.
Α collection of drawings from each artist, collecting together approximately 100 drawings each.
A container of diverse activities that may function as a sports hall or auditorium, in Aguascalientes, Mexico, designed by Arkylab and Mauricio Ruiz.
Adriano Rachele’s design is inspired by the skirt of a ballerina, lifting and folding as she dances, creating perfect sense of balance that fascinates observers.
Automata are mechanical objects endowed with life by ingenious means.
Inspired by Futurism an Cubism, this set of photos is an abstract journey of the construction of a model in a metaphorical way through time, space & movement.
kubo is a unique, fun way to get around the city. This electric ‘pickup truck on two wheels’ can carry anything, from daily necessities to a new iMac.
The Fairbairn House in Melbourne, designed by Australian firm Inglis Architects, is characterized by a brick screen wall.
Routes, views and links within the campus converge to define the IFI as a three-dimensional intersection; a space to meet, connect and engage.
Fashion design becomes the meeting point of pop art and sculpture in the University of Westminster graduate collection of designer Valeska Collado.
Openwork bricks and running bond bricks are used to indicate that the passage goes through to the next street through the holes in the privacy-protecting walls.
The Pigeon Kick Scooter by Lithuanian designer Ignas Survila is the perfect accessory for urban explorations!