Created in collaboration with the National Museum of Natural History, Paris, Evolution is a series by photographer Patrick Gries on the theme of evolution.
London based architecture practice Jump Studios has recently completed the redesign of Google’s headquarters in Madrid, creating a cozy working environment with vibrant colors.
No cutting or sewing was applied to this garment formed out of a single rectangle. The light which comes through the translucent linen create a fine motif of geometric shapes formed by folding.
Rem Koolhaas’ studio OMA has completed its colossal De Rotterdam project in Rotterdam, a ‘vertical city’ that declares itself to be an anti-skyscraper.
The ‘phone booth aquarium’ questions the redundancy of old structures and offers a moment for urban dwellers to escape from their daily environment.
8,080 colored pencils form a colorful wave in this installation by Variable Projects at the University of Minnesota.
Glasscape is a reinterpretation of the classic fishbowl, transforming the basic home item into a beautiful new icon.
Floating above the ground, amidst the forest, the ‘Pilotis in a Forest’ house by architect Go Hasegawa seamlessly intergrades to the forest landscape.
In this beautiful collection by Janna van Vugt the garments’ fluid geometries reshape and highlight the silhouette in an exquisitely minimalistic manner.
A large inclined plane rises gradually travelling through all three floors of the pavilion and continues to form a panoramic terrace on the roof.
Like a DIY set of blocks, the Bloc’d sofa is actually a furnishing system that offers multiple seating arrangements for different settings and spaces.
Tampering with the forms of classic American cars, icons of the ‘american dream’, the artist orchestrates a virtuoso dance of shiny metal.
This intervention configures a new square where different activities can be performed, both under the building and around it.
52 different layers of Opalflex® transform it from a source of light into an object of admiration with soft, amplified tones and reflections.
Located at the ‘entrance’ of a holy place, the building itself shows the essence of Taoism through its space and exhibitions.
Lighting from a world of fairy tails, motion in tranquility and film grain create a spectacular underwater world.
The aim of the project is to upgrade the public area in Medolla.
Graffiti artists Pixel Pancho and Vhils have collaborated on a new mural in Lisbon that depicts a surrealist scene of a retro mechanical man holding a boat.
The spring-summer 2014 collection by Yojiro Kake is inspired by the Ang Lee film Life of Pi, and features elements of the Indian costumes and nautical uniforms.
Scotch Club is a ceramic ‘disco ball’ spotlight, which can be placed in different positions. Its facetted allows the user to adjust the light in any direction.