New museum under construction in Datong, China
Explosive sensuality in an unpublished fashion story featuring Caroline / Starlet by Oslo based photographer Ole Martin Halvorsen.
A study on abstract simulation of nature.
‘Mørkemann’ is a fashion editorial for FHM Norway, May 2012 edition. The title is Norwegian and means something like ‘Man of darkness’.
The extremely cost-effective design unites the aesthetic impact of a sculptural architectural object with the efficient functionality of commercial buildings.
KONTRA, an interior architecture firm based in Istanbul, has designed the interior of a 1300sqm office space in an old building at the trade centre of the city
An exercise of delineating between new and old – respectfully.
Two new products designed by Benjamin Hubert for Casamania launched at Salone Del Mobile, April 2012.
An unexpected mixture of classic elegance and sporty elements in the ‘JUST ONE OF THOSE THINGS’ collection by young German fashion designer Sebastian Ellrich.
Social Cybercentre Macarena Tres Huertas by MEDIOMUNDO arquitectos in Seville, Spain. A connecting point, a meeting point.
A stylish, upholstered lounge chair dressed with a single piece of textile as if it were wearing a garment.
Benjamin Hubert has won the international competition to design an armchair for Poltrona Frau’s Centenary celebration.
Uplifting colours and a summer feel brighten up this editorial by Roman Mitchenko for the March issue of E-magazine.
Black-and-white, swimwear editorial photography by Roman Mitchenko for Fashion Week magazine.
Storming bright colours and patterns accompanied by mysterious tattoos and dynamic silhouettes blend in an explosive mixture of ethnic and pop.
Creating elegant silhouettes and with no intention to attract attention through extremities, the collection explores different expressions of femininity.
A flexible and adjustable shelving system that can be used as a display in retail spaces, or just for storage at home.
Inspired by Chinese culture, Timmothy Lee blends modernity with the popular interpretation of tradition producing style out of what otherwise might seem vulgar
Killing Me Softly series, fashion photography by Hong Kong based photographer Timmothy Lee.
The sculpture is enveloped by a sumptuous glass wrapping, covered with Vuitton’s drawings.