‘Hot B’ is the sixth shoe of the twelve in the series.
A linear story. The building is organized as a sequence of events. Living, dining, kitchen, and master bedroom are all arranged in one continuous room.
A complex residential interior that arose out of rearranging the layout of the previous workspace of a construction company based on the logic of Japanese ‘Kotasu’.
The project is an NGO which seeks to educate and mentor children through outdoor ‘experiential’ learning.
‘Ice Queen’ is the fifth shoe of the twelve in the series.
While there’s no image of Steve Prefontaine himself inside the space, the legendary, American long-distance runner served as an inspiration for the design.
Winter 2013-14 women’s collection by Copenhagen based fashion designer Vibe Johansson.
The Teshima Art Museum, designed by architect Ryue Nishizawa and Japanese artist Rei Naito, shapes a beautiful concrete landscape of caves.
A friendly light in the dark for small and curious hands, this interactive lamp encourages a tactile connection between children and the world around them.
The hillscape as a bond between the city and the botanic garden. The project was awarded People´s Choice Award and joint 2nd prize.
‘Heart Breaker” is the fourth shoe of the twelve in the series.
OMA has won the international competition to design the Pont Jean-Jacques Bosc, a bridge across the river Garonne in Bordeaux.
Coat rack, coin tray, container, all in one. Stan coat rack furnishes the entry hall, welcomes the guests, takes care of small everyday things.
A 3D printed outfit for the Snow Angels section of Victoria’s Secret 2013 show is a perfect match for the label’s iconic lingerie.
‘Gold Digger’ is the third shoe of the twelve in the series.
Stonehenge’s visitor center, designed by Denton Corker Marshall, has opened its doors to the public.
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Melbourne based street artist Rone has recently completed a mural on a building façade in Berlin, painting portraits of fashion model Teresa Oman.
‘Cry Baby’ is the second shoe of the twelve in the series.
SOFA by Danish designer Larke Rune is a tripartite structure with an austere design that allows different formations in accordance with the user’s needs.
The Abu Dhabi Art Pavilion, by architect Shigeru Ban, is a structure inspired by the environment as well as the culture and heritage of the UAE.
Interior set photography by Lorenzo Pennati for Marie Claire Maison Italia.
A tower under construction in Miami will feature car elevators, allowing residents to park right next to their living rooms.
‘Honey’ is the first shoe of the twelve in the series.
Frolle are delicious wall coat hangers made of wood with chocolate or cream glaze finish.
As Autumn Leaves is a spatial installation designed by students of the Laboratory for Computational Design, Beijing, for the Beijing 2013 Design Week.
In his plastic sculpture ‘Big horn ram fight’, artist Márton Jancsó magnificently captures the dynamic energy of two rams fighting.
In plan, the house revolves around three distinct parts arranged in the form of the letter ‘T’.
There is a subtle mysticism to this collection, echoing worlds of myths and fairytales, balancing on the borderline of fashion and costume design.
A 56-storey, residential, cylindrical skyscraper in London, designed by Herzog & de Meuron.