World-class research centre at the Danish Technological Institute opens
An impartial consideration of the topic of aging. The magenta-coloured area focuses on the positive possibilities associated with aging – purportedly a look through rose-tinted glasses.
Marni is 20 years old this season, which means that its signature look – clompy shoes, schoolgirl silhouettes, lots of wool – has lasted longer than most. Time to cast an eye over the Marni magic
Stockwell Street, London SE10 Heneghan Peng’s £76m architecture school for Greenwich University is a ‘24-hour living toy’ for students, complete with 14 roof gardens.
Swedish department store NK takes on surreal imagery for its fall 2014 advertising campaign with dream-like scenes.
We could be heroes: the wild world of cosplay – in pictures
Three fountains enrich the open space, recalling the historic practice of “wasserkasten” which were large basins of water left for public usage.
Café in New Delhi, India, designed by Romi Khosla Design Studios.
An abstract space with its own urban form; blocks of program divide the living spaces in the same way that buildings define a city.
Open air dining space for the employees of an agricultural company located in the north riverside of Lontué river in Chile.
The interior holds a series of appealing elements such as art prints on paneling, gold and glossy finishes, some fantasy elements and bright colour.
DATA is the refurbishment of an interior office space to accommodate its new users, the US Data Corporation, designed by Randy Brown Architects.
The courtyard is the main theme of the nursery’s design extending it’s wrap around linearity and the safety factor.
The shopping mall is located at the fringe of a compound of high-rise apartments, around a giant man-made artificial lake integrating indoor and outdoor spaces.
This mixed-use development acts like a link bringing together the local metro station, the residential neighborhood and the adjacent commercial developments.
Some of the most creative and wearable pieces from the Fall-Winter 2014-2015 season photographed by Benjamin Kanarek.
A one-of-a-kind multi-level pedestrian link cuts through a typical Beijing block linking two major roads, metro and train stations.
The interior consists of a space defined by the ring-shaped walls and the remaining space.
Private rooms are placed along the exterior walls while the remaining gathering space is defined by rotating walls set along spatial axis at various angles creating a sense of distortion in space
Using the clothes as a canvas, proposing languid silhouettes, full of geometry, contrasting with broad pieces that reflects the great work done with the volume.