The project merges architecture, art and technology to explore the dialectic between man, machine and nature.
The project proposes to create a balanced alternation between dense wooded areas and buildings.
‘Flow’ is an impressive contextual glass installation made from car windscreens.
A fashion editorial for Modna magazine, photographed in the overwhelming backdrop of a WW2 memorial in Slovenia.
Concrete periscope-like residences manage to lay low on this historically protected site.
Les Pavillons du FAV 2013
Winner of the 2013 Hospitality Design Exposition & Conference in Las Vegas.
Careful control of perspective and trapezoidal shapes, avoid the entry of direct sunlight into the space, without cancelling the view towards the garden.
A transformable, multifunctional piece that functions as a sofa or dinning table.
Fun cork animals for wine lovers.
An ephemeral art installation consisting of 30 mismatched beds which were salvaged across the city and painted white.
Interior design and furnishing of APTEK Bar in St-Petersburg, Russia, by Dopludo Collective. Mural by Egor Kraft.
The SS14 campaign for WHIITE shot by Niklas Hoejlund Photography
A versatile television set where the wooden screens turn into changing room curtains for the actors to prepare for the next scene.
A poetic invasion of the colour blue into a white room washed with natural light.
A house turned inside out.
Maria ke Fisherman, the streetwear brand by Maria Lemus and Victor Alonso, blends the 90′s techno culture with a vision of sexy cyberpunk future.
Stripped to the basics, the sofa itself is nothing more than its basic framework.
Mercado San Cosme was born inspired by iconic elements from mexican culture, its Modernist architecture and its magical ancestral liquor: mezcal.
Dramatic views of the Clifton beaches are framed through this impressive residence.