Renovation with a modernist flair of residence situated in Sydney, Australia by Nobbs Radford Architects.
Atmospheric fashion photography by Paris based photographer Thomas Lavelle.
Aero-X is an aerial all-terrain vehicle, literally. It is a surface effect vehicle, similar to a hovercraft.
Located in Vanke, is the largest residential real estate developer in the People’s Republic of China, the gallery is designed by SPARK Architects.
The project is inspired by retro-futuristic dream of space traveling.
Pieces designed by Son Chu and photographed by Patrick Styrnol for HUF Magazine.
Eyewear photography by London based Madame Peripetie.
An infinity pool will form the roof of this cavernous house designed by Athens studio Kois Associated Architects for the Greek island of Tinos.
Located In the city of Lima, Surrounded House by 2.8x arquitectos generates flexible spaces using the landscape as part of the design.
Personal works by Lithuanian photographer and illustrator Natalie Shau.
The M Missoni resort collection plays with the relaxed vibes of reggae culture and the vibrant colors of Jamaican flag, enriched with a few stylish accessories.
Designed by Massimo Facchinetti, this conceptual kitchen is a modular design in the shape of a monolith.
STONE Collection’s delicate organic silhouettes break away from the building’s rectilinear forms, creating a balance of shapes that elegantly become part of the project’s interior design backdrop.
The form has also been dissected; the rima reveals the glowing red interior and a slice of light but it also offers the opportunity to split the table if desired for flexibility of arrangement.
Intimate portraits of women and night-time, those infinite moments of half sleep, half waking, when the mind wanders freely and without constraint.
Taking a cue from the athletic trend, the Miu Miu style gets sporty for the brand’s autumn-winter 2014 collection presented during the Paris Fashion Week.
RW Concrete Church, designed by Nameless Architecture, is located in Byeollae, a newly developed district near northeast Seoul, Korea.
The City of Calgary worked with artist Michael Mateyko and Hans Thiessen, also known as Komboh, in creating “green graffiti” on two busy downtown underpasses.
This project mediates the poetics of light and architectural form against technological and ecological demands of contemporary building practices.
Dispersed ‘small-house’ galleries and courtyards absorb surrounding sceneries and provide diverse spaces for small exhibitions and events.