Walker Chair is a futuristic aluminum piece of furniture, with faceted design, created by Istanbul based firm Transformist Design.
Joao Morgado captures the different tones of beige to brown, the basic colours that constitute the atmosphere of this large scale landscape project.
A series of photos from Paris by Hungarian architect and photographer Attila Vigh.
A series of home and bathroom furniture with characteristic peeling corners, by Italian designer Nicola Conti.
Tatuna Nikolaishvili, a fashion designer based in Tbilisi, employs unusual forms and structures unified with a classic, feminine and distinctly modern edge.
This kindergarten in Oslo, by Reiulf Ramstad Architects, was designed aiming to provide children the experience of architecture.
The Jury of the 14th Venice Biennale has decided to confer the Golden Lion for Best National Participation to Korea for Crow’s Eye View: The Korean Peninsula.
The new Ochre Collection featuring the Celestial Pebble light and the Sable and Caribou, their first ever dining and desk chairs.
Editorial for ZINK magazine, by Munich based fashion photographer Elizaveta Porodina.
Public toilets for the city of Uster, Switzerland, designed by Zurich based firm Gramazio & Kohler.
The first part of “Pastel Collection”, entirely designed by Karina Wiciak.
Remnants from the LAMP factory in Terrassa that were manipulated in different production processes are now parts intended to be illuminated.
MIT’s CityHome is a house In a box you control by waving your hand. It makes 200 feet feel like a mansion.
Artist Jen Stark, based in Los Angeles, produces incredible paper sculptures with colorful and hypnotic 3d patterns, creating unique illusive forms.
The minimalistic San Jorge Church in Pamplona, Spain, is designed by Pamplona based firm Tabuenca & Leache.
Svenskt Mode, an exhibition dedicated to the last 15 years of the booming Swedish Fashion.
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.