A single box with a single skylight is inspired by an ancient optical device – the camera lucida.
A galvanized steel sub-structure thought as large shelves provides support for different sized hollow ceramic pieces that form the façade.
Thanks to the innovative Comfort Air® technology, you can convey the warm air where it is needed and at the desired temperature
The Progressive Print Pack uses a satin mesh textile across the shoe’s upper with a progressive 2-layer print in bold motifs, utilizing a translucent outsole with graphic underlays that push the shoe’s facets to the limit.
Immune to all conformity, ROUGE ABSOLU launches its first collection of furniture, fabrics and wallpapers.
The Kolla School is built as a supplement to an existing school where the schoolyard serves as a linking passage and provides a creative outdoor environment.
Multifunctional felt containers cute, handy and sustainable!
Tiana is enrobed in a rainbow of colours and rich textures from the Chanel Resort Collection for 2015.
The former farm, the Bavarian forest, the exceptional location, a building with an intense history and the intuition to discover the potentials of the hidden things, were the key elements that inspired the architects.
The timber panelling is both decorative and functional; rotating timber shutters reveal splashes of colour and tone in the rotated position.
The styling and technical features of the staircase are enhanced by the possibility of producing an ultra-slim step trim (thin sheet of metal clad with wood) which is inserted directly into the stringer with near-invisible grouting.
Bosco Verticale, a residential high-rise development with its own urban forest in Milan, won the International Highrise Award 2014.
Numerous accolades highlight the success of the BMW i3 in its first year on the market.
Today adidas revealed a new version of its 11Pro boot, which is set to offer the most comfortable and premium fit to date
Zaha Hadid Architects is strengthening its executive team with the appointment of Mouzhan Majidi.
A light scheme based on the symbolic painting of the 19th century.
The residence, consisting of three separate volumes,’floats’ over a naturally flooded corridor-shaped site which leads to the sea.
At a first glance, the house displays a simple, legible geometric composition; a closer look reveals a concern for craftsmanship and detail.
The all-white home features an infinity pool, outdoor jacuzzi, a fireplace and two Japanese gardens – an ideal set for daydreaming.
This is a technology-intensive house, a piece of civilized life and order perched atop a rocky headland in the wilds of the Stockholm archipelago.