MVRDV and Belgian furniture label Sixinch have launched a furniture collection. A series of colourful, playful and enjoyable coated foam ‘houses’ which are a result of the Vertical Village research conducted by MVRDV.
Random, complex forms and combinations of different materials are the essence of the collection.
Pillow, colorful wall furniture designed by Robert Bronwasser of Smool for Cascando.
The Acne Studios Spting Summer 2014 women’s collection campaign photography.
The Hospital grows out of the landscaped woodlands, and consistently brings people close to nature both inside and out, to create a healing architecture focused on the patient.
Lillefjord Rest area and footbridge in Norway by Oslo based architecture firm Pushak.
A series of soft, felted products that celebrate the tactile qualities of materials, while expressing social consciousness.
The average TV is a glossy black and uninspiring shrine. Homedia, designed by Robert Bronwasser of Smool is here to change things.
Japanese firm Schemata Architecture Office has designed the interior of a food-photography studio in Tokyo.
WWI Centenary sculptural installation by artist Gerry Judah unveiled in St Paul’s Cathedral.
The Tenerife Espacio de las Artes, is designed by Herzog & de Meuron to blend with its urban context rather than stand out as an isolated landmark.
The Herve Leger spring – summer 2014 collection expresses the interplay between restraint and liberation; of the desire for control and the need to express.
American artist Daniel Arsham, based on photos of clouds, has created the Pixel Clouds installations.
The core of the building was conceived as a meeting space for the different young emerging companies. The corridor became the ‘street’ and the main staircase as the ‘square’ acting beyond the strict professional context.
San Francisco based artist Casey O’Connell unveils the soft and emotional girly side of a woman, based on her own experiences and passion.
China’s first museum that is exclusively dedicated to the automobile and its historical development with a multi-brand approach.
Louise Braverman Architect designs Centro de Artes Nadir Afonso, An Art Museum That Links an Emerging Urban Center with its Pastoral Environs.
A white minimalist shell provides privacy to its owners away from the street with its punctured façade exposing the living areas to the back garden.
Architect’s own house cum Office
The building has been conceived to be seen from water and land with equal importance.