A rhythm on the wall is set with wood wainscoting, which starts on the exterior and travels all the way through the concert hall.
This winning proposal presents a reading of the drama of the natural countryside, building it on top of a steep hill relatively protected by the surrounding rugged topography.
Tinted, desaturated colours and ‘empty’ frames, dominated by the scale of the old walls in the background, highlight the black garments.
A contemporary building that adds a new layer to the historic layers of the cathedral.
BIG designs cross # towers in Seoul, Korea
A 2012 Competition Winner for the Piscine du Fort, Feng Shui Swimming Pool.
This lingerie fashion shoot, on a New York rooftop, is definitely inspired by classic, and saucy, photo shoots of Hollywood’s golden age sex-symbols.
With their original concepts, these freshly pop watches differentiate themselves from traditional wristwatch design aesthetics.
Kai Stania created a very contemporary and universal-purpose recliner chair with a light shape.
The porthole window used in the original design created a new façade and loosened the rigidness of the previous design.
House Roces is conceived as a transparent box where the inside space is filled in with clearly defined boxes and volumes.
Featured in POP Mag, this editorial was a show case for Gucci highlighting the art deco style and strong lines that shine through in this fine collection.
Two opposing forms redolent of nautical bollards become monuments to journeys.
A metal sheet wrapping around a cubical wireframe structure like a piece of cloth. A simple, yet surprising table by desiger Artem Zigert of mechanical piano.
Lamp or display stand? Rather a portable cabinet of curiosities, a microcosm and memory theatre, it is a miniature projection of its owner’s inner world.
Named after a Korean word that means cocoon, Nuue is an experimental collection of sculptural garments, made of synthetic fibre.
Tower Studio is the fourth of a series of six artists’ studios to be presented.
The Empty Chair, designed by Maarten Baas is about five meters tall and has been presented in several places in Europe and China.
collection that explores the juxtaposition of oversized volumes and transparency in fragile shapes, which dress the body like wireframe structures.
Ashkan Honarvar has dismantled luxurious porcelain figurines items to create new compositions that show no real identity but still radiate wealth.