The design enhances the views along three different axes of the park, the sky and the ocean.
The Mercedes-Benz Eyewear Collection plays with semi-transparent colours in red and teal, also including timeless hues such as grey, black and brown.
The pinup genre with the glossy happiness is brushed off and with a twist of gothic gore, which makes the photography even more appealing.
Japanese and western features compose this home / work environment.
A tabletop that hovers above the floor, suspended by tensile wires, is disguised to a massive, compact and sculptural volume when the chairs are attached to it.
Emeranie captures the silhouette of the model in postures of sculpture-esque stillness, highlighting the glamorous elegance of the photo shoot.
A hybrid arrow shaped object which consists of modular elements. Stacked one upon another, they form a shelving system, while separate they function as stools.
The design is adapted from passive energy principles applied in the world-famous Katsura Imperial Villa in Kyoto.
Mutating cells are the inspiration for this funky furniture series.
This iPhone concept design offers the potential to extend the mobile phone’s functions with a series of add-on devices.
A synthesis out of carefully arranged white volumes.
Balancing on the borderline of glam and decadence, the photographer plays with the dualism of reality and fantasy, creating magical images.
The dwellings are designed from an invariable core with a modulated addition which completes the requirements of the program.
A paradox. Classicism morphing into deconstruction in a surprising hybrid.
Klaus is a chair made of materials that would otherwise be thrown away.
Edgy casual with a sporty attitude, the Steffie Christiaens collection is designed to accompany is in our urban lifestyle.
Stylish and sophisticated photography with an underlying hint of wild sensuousness. A fashion editorial for Tantalum magazine.
A low table that defies the table typology. Instead of having a flat table-top, the MANHATTAN table is shaped as an asymmetrical composition of wooden blocks.
The WALL-ALL apartment project by Haiko Cornelissen Architecten is included in the new edition of Stillspotting NYC, a project by the Guggenheim Museum.
Intricately designed garments with ruffles, drapes and complex cuts, shape exquisitely modern silhouettes, with pure geometries and deconstructive detailing.