COLLECTION 2Y by Yulia Yadryshnikova, a capsule collection presented at New York Design Week.
The house is designed in the balance between a courtyard house, with a protected core relating to the sky, and an opening to the distant ocean view.
Ship-shape picnic plaid and storage bag in one. Inspired by paper boat folding technique, made of waxed canvas.
The Parish Church of Santa Monica, Madrid, Spain, designed by Ignacio Vicens y Hualde and José Antonio Ramos Abengózar.
A black box is inserted at first floor level and cantilevers itself from both ends forming balconies.
Always challenging expectations, Maison Martin Margiela likes experimentation in the search for an expressive modern style.
The idea behind this trendy capsule hotel in Kyoto is that you get 9 hours to sleep and refresh yourself.
The first collection of hats made with 3D printing bears the signature of famous English milliner Gabriela Ligenza.
Using a grant from Visit California, professional skateboarder Bob Burnquist built a floating skate park on the crystal clear waters of Lake Tahoe.
The hall tree Cactus by Guido Drocco and Franco Mello, 1972, has become a myth in the history of design.
Input Creative Studio has created a New York studio for a children’s portrait photographer with a turquoise playhouse hollowed out of one wall.
Xi’an Jiaotong–Liverpool University is an international academic institution located in Suzhou, China.
A table lamp in just one color, white, which tests the boundaries of size, and exposes its strong personality.
Silvia Ceñal has designed the Bi Silla chair for manufacturer Two Six.
Photographer Peter Clarke has photographed the Case Meallin office in Melbourne, Australia, designed by Mim Design. via CONTEMPORIST.
Damaged . Cosmetic Alteration: Photography of a cosmetic catastrophe by Fabrice Fouillet & Le creative sweatshop.
Mixed media illustrations with graphite, color pencil, water color and marker by Brussels based illustrator Nabil Nezzar.
PRATONE LOUNGE CHAIR, 1971 designed by Ceretti / Derossi / Rosso. Limited edition by Gufram.
Cavell’s kinetic work, 1969-1975, constitutes an authentic art form that amazes observers due to the way it generates visual sensations that are unique to each viewer.
This unique eyewear collection is the result of a collaboration of 13&9 with eyewear designer Martin Lasnik.