‘Men in Italy’ exhibition, an artistic exploration of men’s style, enlivens the Milan Men’s fashion week Autumn / Winter 2011-2012.
Motorola XOOM™: the world’s first device to run Android 3.0 Honeycomb redefines the tablet experience.
A monument of Guyane’s cultural and historic heritage.
Four Slovene Architectural Practices have collaborated on the Space Wheel Project at the Cultural Center of European Space Technologies (KSEVT).
The different ‘movements’ make balance and unbalance overlap, as though the planes themselves dance.
Fragments of everyday life placed in the context of an artwork transform themselves into art.
Urban casual feeling with a clean silhouette and great comfort.
Playing with natural light, emphasizing the unique character of the beam network.
MOONBIRD received the Best Lighting award of Product category for its outstanding design and quality.
The water, dancing to the music, is projected to the ceiling and lights up the space.
The MINI Paceman Concept embodies the idea of an incomparable driving experience in a way that meets the needs of a modern, lifestyle-oriented target group but also stays true to the character of the brand.
Comfortable expressive clothing using drapery and soft fabrics.
The architect turned the façade into a feature. The glass wall was turned at an angle accommodating the entrance and providing shelter at the same time, differentiating it from the other shop fronts along the street.
A richly illustrated, extensive retrospective of Atelier projects from 2002 to 2010 is interwoven with sections describing how the internationally active scenographers from Stuttgart actually go about their work.
Threaded structures and mineral geometries challenge the physical limits of the fabrics.
An ensemble that communicates with its environment, vineyards, stone walls and the Alps.
Adam Neate has been experimenting with 3D / 4D paintings for the last four years and has produced five extraordinary paintings which firmly position him as the master of the genre.
‘For this design I took the outline of a well known icon. The empty bottle used as a candle holder…’ Peter van de Water.
Unexpected volumes reshape the silhouette and transform garments to protective shells of the fragile body.
Hand crafted lampshades based on a mathematical composition of a high-impact pattern.
The most iconic samples of Modernism’s fascination with plywood exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art from February 2, 2011.
The ever changing soft shadows of the indirect diffused light give the feeling that the space itself is alive in a continuous state of transition between light and darkness.
A two in one minimal packaging concept taken a step further.
Beautiful scarves with nature inspired prints from a designer with a background of Music, History of Art, Illustration and Graphic Design.
A house with concrete louvers offering new interaction potentials.
Listen to the music everywhere at full blast.
Four distinctive cat characters to choose the one we identify with.
A new state of the art transportation interchange.
Garments that are forms of expression.
‘Butterfly’ lost in the fragrance.
Suspended fans create a breeze simulating natural wind. A new prospective reality, reminiscent of the installation’s context, is constructed.
What can drivers do while charging electric cars? What amenities will charging stations of the future have to offer?