Long, dark coats sweep laconically down the catwalk, oversized knits almost envelop their wearers, shirts and sweaters with poetic-rebellious slogans flash up here and there.
The exploration of the disharmony between man and nature using natural materials which the artist skilfully sets in a sharp contrast with artificial materials.
An aesthetic reference to London’s Notting Hill Gate area without leaving out its culture and art complexity.
The collection’s main inspirations are the aesthetics of the British painter Gary Hume and the surface structures of the Neues Museum, restored and recreated by David Chipperfield.
Daniel Libeskind has been selected to design this state-of-the-art facility creating a new Landmark.
‘We are living in a world that is mostly run by criminals and the bigger the criminal, the less they are punished for their crimes.’
The procedure of destroying and rebuilding a perfect image adds a grittier vibe to the perfectly formed aesthetics.
New lacquerware ‘lump collection’ for Urushi Kobo Oshima known as a Japanese traditional lacquer workshop.
A 400w UV Lamp and UV makeup are the ingredients of these amazing futuristic images.
Durlet will be introducing four new models and two additions to existing models.
The idea for Birdie was born out of the interplay between geometrical shapes like cones and spheres.
Τhe ZX 8000′s now-iconic heel cage provided vital support and a futuristic look that shook the ground from the start.
Designed as a prototype for large scale canopy construction, in a continuous transformation nature merges into architecture, columns merge into the sky and solid merges into the ephemeral.
nendo designed a new stationery collection for their own brand ‘by | n’
Lambro’s colours and joints lend it a decisive and identifiable character, as furniture protagonist.
Armour influenced collection.
DECUBE, an armchair tied with a rope to its pouf.
‘Poczekalnia’ (which in Polish means ‘Waiting Room’) is a restaurant inspired by the prison environment and iconography.
The space tells a story, creating a tension between closed areas and voids, making the corridors and open spaces look as one continuous, zigzagging and soft curved element.
‘The Ghost’ is the eleventh shoe of the twelve in the series.
The ceiling, inspired by the flow of costumers, is in return the main element that now orients the shoppers creating a friendly industrial atmosphere.
The pool has a glass-bottom floor and a panoramic window at its interior facing edge allowing those in the kitchen and terrace, which extends under the cantilevered pool, to view those swimming.
‘GI Jane’ is the tenth shoe of the twelve in the series.
A semi transparent Unimog truck workshop provides the base for a small residential unit above.
The renovation of an old resting place for hunters and its transformation into a modern dwelling. The new part is a sober black canvas looking at the garden from behind the old walls
An impressive modern intervention relates to the found eroded rocks and the washed away shoreline of Rhodes. An ideal holiday home.
‘The Boss’ is the ninth shoe of the twelve in the series.
The client spent many years searching for the ideal site for building his house based on the best view captured and framed by the glazed elevations the horizontal layout and its ‘floating’ structure.
The unique iconic form of the vaulted roof is formed and shaped by two parallel engineered timber (Kerto S) beams which run the full length of the chapel.
‘The Jet Setter’ is the eighth shoe of the twelve in the series.
Hung squid fishing boat pendant lights accentuate the 6.2m vaulted ceiling and the narrow 3.2m width of the shop pushed the hospitality area at the back making the most out of the original building structure.