Silent Wall is an elegant tool for space organisation, freedom, and flexibility.
Nendo collaborated with Taniguchi Aoya Washi, famous for their 3-D paper molding technique.
A three storey concrete cube contrasts its austerity against the shiny sharp stainless steel louvers covering the second floor window.
Joao Morgado highlights the beauty of cork. The pavilion explores the possibility of spanning vaults with cork alone, the creation of a compound translucent cork material, and a system for radiation and acoustic optimization.
Inspired by the modern revolutionary ballet, the collection incorporates elements of both traditional Chinese opera and Chinese army uniforms.
Whiteness, clear lines and the lack of decoration trigger the experience of spiritual uplifting. A true expression of the sublime.
Sean Knibb has created the unique hotel interiors that mix industrial aesthetics and coziness, influenced by the local architectural scene of the ’90s.
DAYDREAM is an audiovisual installation that generates space distortions.
A long beam cranes across the room and balances a lampshade on one side against a sandbag on the other.
The ‘Oil + Water’ Resort 2014 collection, by Australian designer Dion Lee, is all about contradictions.
The Cidade das Artes is seen as a large house, a great veranda above the city, homage to an archetype of Brazilian architecture.
Two transparent, elliptic bubbles, which enclose the research laboratories and an auditorium, float above the ground, reflected at the water below.
The new Earthquake 5.9 collection by Patricia Urquiola for Budri is tribute to the Emilia earthquake that occurred in northern Italy on May 2012.
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.