The Roberto Verino collection presented at Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week, September 2011.
The origami version of the Klein Bottle.
Nest, a stylish and iconic baby furniture collection tampering with the modern aesthetics the 60’s.
A night lamp made of concrete.
A joyful integral space where man reconciles with nature. Hybrid multifunctional modular pieces turn into shelter furniture during times of disaster.
The locus of Israel, as defined by its culture and archaeology, is explored and reconstructed in the context of modernity.
A table concept by Turkish artist and designer Kemal Yılmaz.
SULTAN double bed for children designed by Katerina Reich in 2010.
A 2008 competition proposal for the new Zagreb International Airport.
The Designers have based their design of this housing development on the concept of a tissue creating clusters of housing types.
Competition winning proposal for the adaptive reuse of the derelict railyards of the Kaohisung Port Station.
The Last Supper – Viimeinen Ehtoollinen – in Turku Cathedral, an installation by artist Francine LeClercq in Turku, Finland, 2011.
Graffiti at Gorzow Wielkopolski, Poland by artist Robert Proch.
The intriguing faceted geometry of a dress by Polish designer Małgorzata Wałek captured by photographer Anna Borowa (model: Kinga Troneczek).
Architects Collective have designed a library based on the concept of a flower petal.
The objects are all representative of weapons or items used in acts of crime in South Africa, both by criminal and the law.
A flexible Oled screen smartphone concept by Brazilian designer Dinard da Mata.
Mobile devices transform to sport equipment in this stylish and unexpected editorial for AMUSEMENT MAGAZINE.
Traditional futon furniture redesigned for small spaces. It easily converts from a lounge chair to a king size bed with the help of 3 Velcro straps.