An exclusive selection of submissions to the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards.
Bob is a unique character who likes to hide in the playful animated worlds projected on seven large walls in Quartier des Spectacles.
Right in the heart of the city, these stylized stalks of wheat dance and shimmer to a musical score by Patrick Watson, inviting passers-by to enjoy a dreamy stroll among them.
The new edition terracotta lamp was born from experimentation together with Chilean artisans who work with ancestral craftsmanship.
A stylistically and structurally challenging suspended chair. It is both delicate and ultra- robust, as it floats in the air like an artistic expression.
The wooden cabin and the natural terrain are tied together with a thick black frame creating a covered outside terrace with perfect views towards the exposed rocks and woods on the south side.
‘Sospensione’ is a Plexiglas lamp inspired by the well-known painting Pala di Brera by Piero della Francesca.
‘London As It Could Be Now’ was an open call ideas project where the architects explored the possibility for once again swimming in the tidal Thames.
A man-made mountain, an alternative to block perimeter development, with a Piranesque, three-dimensional urban landscape within.
SLOO CHAIR by Karim Rashid winner of Good Design Awards
‘The Rock’ is the twelfth shoe and the last one in the series.
Long, dark coats sweep laconically down the catwalk, oversized knits almost envelop their wearers, shirts and sweaters with poetic-rebellious slogans flash up here and there.
The exploration of the disharmony between man and nature using natural materials which the artist skilfully sets in a sharp contrast with artificial materials.
An aesthetic reference to London’s Notting Hill Gate area without leaving out its culture and art complexity.
The collection’s main inspirations are the aesthetics of the British painter Gary Hume and the surface structures of the Neues Museum, restored and recreated by David Chipperfield.
Daniel Libeskind has been selected to design this state-of-the-art facility creating a new Landmark.
‘We are living in a world that is mostly run by criminals and the bigger the criminal, the less they are punished for their crimes.’
The procedure of destroying and rebuilding a perfect image adds a grittier vibe to the perfectly formed aesthetics.
New lacquerware ‘lump collection’ for Urushi Kobo Oshima known as a Japanese traditional lacquer workshop.
A 400w UV Lamp and UV makeup are the ingredients of these amazing futuristic images.