The silhouettes of the greatest and the most famous cities in the world.
Crucial to the modular design is its flexibility, which allows a relatively simple and rapid demand adaptation dependent on the development potential of the area.
The installation provides an experience that is not only shaped by the physical boundaries of space, but is extended beyond the tangible.
A quiet conscious reminder of the distance between the user and someone on the other side of the globe.
It is the first time the British premium brand is represented with a 5 door model in the small car segment.
A dwelling where the shop is part of the house.
ADEAM’s Resort collection by New York based fashion designer Hanako Maeda reinterprets femininity in a rough and sporty context.
A beautiful cantilevered house in Carapicuíba, Sao Paulo, Brazil, designed by architects Angelo Bucci and Alvaro Puntoni.
Sugababe is a living replica of Vincent van Gogh’s ear, containing natural genetic information about him as well as genetically engineered components.
Inspired by a melting snowfield in spring, this design combines a contrast of cold and warm materials to create a cozy, yet naturally shaped interior.
The epitome of elegance with the inevitable nautical, preppy look and attention in small details that keep the collection up to date.
A futuristic short stay hotel hangar that can be wheeled to different docking locations at an airport.
From still life to ‘still diet’ is an ironic comment on vainness and celebrity nutrition by Dan Bannino.
A sustainable house with a bamboo façade, designed by AST 77 Architecten.
Singapore based designer Seth Chiam has conceived Transit, a bicycle rack that turns into an effective anti-theft security u-lock.
LANDCARPET is a modern area rug, inspired by nature and farmed landscapes. It shows the world from straight above, as if out of the window of a plane.
VM Houses, a housing development designed by BIG and JDS in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Inspired by the fact that the first racing suits were made of knit wool, the collection plays with the idea of knitwear, even in bikinis.
The Swatch Ring Watch concept represents the maximum simplification of a traditional wristwatch.
The exhibition includes an Interactive Zone inviting visitors to explore their creativity using the iconic bricks.