An office interior in Shanghai full of glass and reflections by AIM Architecture.
Focusing on elements of tradition, the KTZ Spring-Summer 2014 menswear collection incorporates modernity and adventurous escapism, exploring the evolution end juxtaposition of different cultures.
The Jockey Club Innovation Tower is the new home of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University School of Design.
Treeangle is a striking table by Russian designer Anna Strupinkskaya, with a solid wood tabletop ‘stabbed’ by a sleek white pillar resembling a tree trunk.
Humlebaek House is an old rural farmhouse in Denmark, renovated into a minimal home and studio for an artist by Danish design studio Norm Architects.
Scrumptious Reads, designed by Atelier Chen Hung, is a shop interior based on the idea of using paper cups.
The juxtaposition of femininity and dynamism is evoked by blacks and whites, fluid forms and austere geometries in this collection by Portuguese fashion designer Daniela Barros.
Street artist and illustrator Eric Lacan aka monsieur Qui declares that he loves pasting big posters in the streets!
With all necessary facilities, including Wi-Fi access and under-floor heating, the hotel is a representation of the shanty towns spread across South Africa.
Love seat and Landscape coffee table by Singapore based Nextofkin Creatives is a series of furniture revolving around daily habits.
The exhibition reinvestigates the concept of the camp and re-creates a domestic camp environment: ‘There is no camp like home’.
A versatile and fun lamp with an elegant and organic sperm-like shape.
Living space installations that fit into the spaces of the organic world in the forest without disturbing its beauty or balance.
Designer Emese Kasza of Budapest based MEI KAWA proposes a look of harmonious asymmetry in the LUSTRE OF ANTHRACITE Autumn-Winter 2013 collection.
The medieval Broerenkerk cathedral in Zwolle, The Netherlands, is transformed into a beautiful modern bookshop by BK Architecten.
A floor lamp and a coffee table, two separate objects that need each other to be completed, just like man and woman.
The sculptural terminal, evokes the image of a manta ray and features a striking internal and external double ‘skin’ honeycomb motif that wraps the structure.
In her avant-garde creations,Malgorzata Dudek focuses on techno-morphism, drawing inspiration from both machines and nature.
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.