gmp public relations work wins 2013 Red Dot Design Award and 2013 Iconic Award
Burqas, patterns inspired from Islamic art and influences from traditional garments of north Africa juxtapose alternative street fashion and classic forms.
Two shells, one for the private areas and one for the public ones, constitute a home based on the idea of a floating boat out in the sea.
Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel were invited to come up with a special version of Land Rover Defender’s to celebrate its 65th birthday. The result is a masterpiece, a summary of their whole oeuvre in all its layered facets.
The house amplifies the sense of dwelling in nature, and defines a private communal garden space surrounding a mature Jacaranda tree.
Los Carpinteros, have presented a series of watercolor paintings of crystal shaped glass structures juxtaposed to the human inhabitant.
The extension houses new a exhibition space for contemporary art, a community-oriented multi-purpose hall and a lounge on the ground floor.
Intriguing silhouettes hidden in burqas expose themselves in transparencies embellished with traditional Islamic motifs and provocative lace.
A multifunctional minimalistic object that combines a stool, a tray and a side-table in one, designed by Copenhagen based Norm Architects.
The absolute symbiosis between the new and the old.
A single volume divided in eight one-storied ‘houses’ stacked one upon the other.
The narcissism and vanity of fashion is revealed ‘in full Technicolor’ in an editorial so astonishingly beautiful that you just can’t take your eye off it.
Inspired by Nagaya (a traditional Japanese tenement house) style the shop is designed on the ‘house within a house’ concept.
A minimal, glazed, floating structure offers unobstructed views of its surroundings.
As part of the Architecture for Dogs initiative, Mount Pug is a DIY playground for pugs, designed by Kengo Kuma.
The multifaceted and layered qualities of quartz and agate were the starting point for the investigation of layering different fabrics.
João Morgado captures the idea of a vertical loft with light shooting through its levels.
The sculpture’s geometry plays with perspectives creating the illusion of infinity. The aluminum steps seem to ascend in an endless stairway to the sky.
Etna, named after the volcano, carries curves at the top which evoke lava flows gliding down its slope.
A stylish piece of furniture characterized by its clean, simple design and its naturalness.