Scottish artist Anya Gallaccio has created a fascinating piece made by coating the gallery walls of Jupiter Artland sculpture park with chocolate.
A ware house in Maslak is transformed into a photography and production studio which contains office and café functions.
Vitra presents a collaboration with iconic designer Jasper Morrison.
Located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, this contemporary 5,200 sq ft residence was designed in 2012 by Arthur Casas.
This magnetic wallpaper will bring fairy tales to life in a child’s room.
Beast series created by Australian photographer Gerwyn Davies and exhibited at Spiro Grace Art Rooms.
The Reading Nest by New York based artist Mark Reigelman was inspired by mythical objects and symbols of knowledge.
A selection of murals by street artist Aakash Nihalani that play with perspective and illusion.
The Bikini Berlin project by hotel group 25hours in the movement of building progressive and modern structures that provide urban oases and restorative design.
Hungarian architects Zsanett Benedek and Dániel Lakos of Tervhivatal have divided an office in Budapest in a former textile factory by creating boxes.
Gradient Chair, a curvy, dark-navy lounge that appears to be made of hundreds of tiny circular structures.
This sculptural bench is inspired by the spiral movement that can be observed from the infinite elements such as growth of plants and flowers.
The renovation of a 20th century building and its conversion into 17 housing units for students and young people captured by Joao Morgado.
Walking in the North east forest, observing the different shapes of trees in the winter and emphasizing their silhouettes in three lamps is the starting point of Nojar collection.
The Lamborghini Egoista Now on Permanent Display at Lamborghini Museum.
The new building has been designed as a compact cube and is clearly oriented towards Merowingerstrasse, from where the premises will be accessed in future.
Andrez has reinterpreted sportswear and streetwear, creating a colourful, healthy and structured universe.
The existing landscape defines the location of the programmatic elements of the School. The project aims to extend, strengthen, energize, scarify the lines of force of the site.
A new wooden skin, the highlight of this project, wraps around the buildings in an attempt to achieve a visual continuity and a sense of unity on site.
A pot with a stand for both the interior and exterior that can also be turned into a lamp; shown during Milan Salone del Mobile and Maison & Object in Paris.