The sauna, made of spruce wood is entirely handmade, designed and created ad hoc.
The Spanish designer duo has created a stylish, pop household accessory consisting of fives bowls for dips and snacks, perfect for the aperitif or dinner.
Fashion photographer Alexo Wandael photographs Katy Perry for Plastic Dreams Magazine, published by the famous shoe brand Melissa.
A monolithic form is unsheathed from the hill and placed atop. A celebration of the synthetic, the manufactured.
The juxtaposition of light and darkness represents the conflict between public and private in the life of a star constantly exposed to the media like Lady Gaga
Two curving formwork elements made of reinforced concrete appearing as two carefully receptive hands.
A game of transitional middle spaces creates an interesting section for this terraced house.
A fashion editorial by Christopher Kolk for Zinc Magazine inspired by the famous wrappings of artistic duo Christo and Jean Claude.
Ample pathways formed by different user-patterns shape 3 unique office volumes, creating a miniaturized city block experience.
The design intent was to capture as much of the scenic panorama and to bring it into the house.
Unexpected hidden spaces within cubes are the attraction of this home interior.
Arts de la table take a pop twist with this colourful object that primarily functions as an egg cup. Perfect for serving breakfast.
Black-and-white fashion photography with hints of dark fetish sensuousness filtered through elegancy. Editorial for NOI.SE Magazine.
With their modernist streamlined, geometric shape, the Mino floor lamps may also be looked at as light screens and the biggest shade can act as a room divider.
The design of the shade construction was inspired by neurons and while the shape is organic, it is contemporary and expresses subtleness and lightness.
Humberto Leon and Carol Lim draw inspiration from home interiors in a vibrant collection of mixed textures and prints, bright colours and expressive geometries
Progressive housing: Stage one of two of Casa DAUZ, a house that grows with the family.
Clusters of grass covered islands shape the context of social interaction.
The ANGLE table is a project that achieves the maximum structural rigidity with minimal forms of an apparent simplicity.
The design enhances the views along three different axes of the park, the sky and the ocean.