World Interior of the Year 2014 announced: Hong Kong restaurant, formerly a bank vault for Chinese heirlooms, scoops top design award.
Kooyong Residential is a residence located in Melbourne, Australia, designed by Matt Gibson Architecture.
One of the most powerful and puzzling US artists of the 1980s finally receives a retrospective worthy of his intimate work
A new pavilion in the Queen Victoria Gardens is designed to provide shade – and free culture events – in the summer
An office of the future and a cinema inspired by the past are among the winners of premier international interior design awards. Image: The Barbarian Group by Clive Wilkinson Architects.
Brazilian bookstore named world’s best retail design of 2014 against stiff competition from Harrods and fashion heavyweights. Image: Auriga Bar & Restaurant by SANJAY PURI ARCHITECTS.
A hanging lamp that looks like a tree branch. At their ends rotated elements with attached LEDs direct the flow of light.
The façade consists of a continuous band of vertical brick lamellae surrounding the garden and playground and works as a fence, roof top protection and a window solar screening.
Like a shamanic voyage across several lives, and that has multiple initiations, textile techniques evolve little by little.
Wang’s Balenciaga show brought New York club attitude with models in floor-sweeping coats and mirrored sunglasses
A modernist white residence in Porto, Portugal, designed by Alvaro Leite Siza Vieira.
Exhibition at Palazzo Michiel,, 14th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venecia, 2014-09-19 to 2014-11-25
COBE and Lundén Architecture are the Winners of Tampere Travel and Service Center competition.
The Paris-based agency ABF-lab wins a prize at the North American Holcim Awards with its [IN]—Closure project in Seattle.
The opening of Situation Room, a large scale physical environment Marc Fornes is building in collaboration with sound artist Jana Winderen.
Arquine Call for entries./ Competition No. 17 Eastern Metropolitan Lung
The covered market, shaped by an arch of 228 apartments that carries a huge artwork, comprises 96 fresh produce units and 20 hospitality and retail units.
The concept is Classic Neo Dandy, the wardrobe for a mature and stylish customer.
Outward facing bamboo skewers, individually inserted into the volume form the objects shape.
Tranquility in the Heart of São Paulo: Meet the City’s Slender Residential Tower.