The open “hairpin” legs allow the tables to hover over each other, expanding surface areas playfully as you need them.
Seductive lace and beads elaborately embellish long dresses that accentuate the silhouette. The perfect look for a fairytale princess.
In nostalgia of those past eras when wild imagination was free to formulate utopias about brave new worlds, eager to explore the unknown.
A concrete plate forms a zigzag structure accommodating three shells and two open courtyards. In the evening it transforms into a lighting installation.
The meandering white ribbon-like façade is the highlight of this housing and commercial development.
The Portuguese shoes international campaign 2012 by APICCAPS, shot in Porto by fashion photographer Frederico Martins.
The iconic tape installations of Numen/For Use transformed into carpet.
A sculptural object by designer Artem Zigert of Kazakhstan based ‘mechanical piano’ design collective.
And a fairytale it is. The Sydney based designer presented a collection elegantly adorned with lace and beads, sheer dresses and knee-high socks.
The proposal was created through solid stone volumes which respond to the horizontality that the spaces and the program dictate.
Ka-lai Chan’s limited edition collection of the SheLLf bookcase will be on show at the Kristalia stand at Salone Internazionale del Mobile from 17 to 22 April.
Strikingly colourful, with detailing that uplifts the collection to the level of ultra stylish and with faux as the dominant concept.
A hard core modernist approach of design composed out of two rectangles arranged on top of each other forming an ‘L’.
A wireframe wraps around the bag creating an exoskeleton that shapes its form.
A duplicate self captured in the image, the aura of an imaginary friend accompanying the girl while trying on clothes in front of the mirror.
The building is tailor-made for the user, as it is flexible and timeless with the possibility to absorb different functions and future changes in the program.
Its outer shape represents current architectural trends, but also contains historical allusions.
Inspired by Guy Bourdin’s photography, Riccardo Tisci, Artistic Director of Givenchy, creates an intensely sexual collection, avoiding provocation.
Concrete lace block in the Alpine mountains: a pedestrian and bicycle bridge across the Alfenz River in Lorüns, Austria.
Editorial photo shoot in the woods, with an aura of mystery and magic. By Sao Paulo based photographer Marcos Alberti.