Just a few short years ago, nobody had heard of Joyce Wang. Now, three years after the inception of her own design practice, WANG, she is rapidly becoming a powerful force in the world of design. After her successful project for the renovation of a 60 room hotel in Los Angeles, a surprising commission for a newly set up firm...
When Danish design studio, Space was commissioned to redesign the interior of NOMA in Copenhagen, the number one restaurant in the world for the third time running, according to the San Pellegrino list, they had just three weeks in which to complete the project.
Gnädinger Architekten are the masterminds behind the renovation of a vacant half-timbered house, located in Duderstadt, Germany and the installation of a Museum of Historical Marksmanship in its place. The architects undertook the challenging task of integrating the new structure...
Synesthesia comes from the ancient Greek σύν (syn), meaning together, and αίσθησις (aesthesis), meaning sensation and it is a neurological condition where stimulus to one sense can affect one or more of the other senses.
A set of bowls for the KAMA. Sex & Design exhibition at the Triennale Design Museum in Milan. The curators asked eight designers to create an object, in conjunction with an exhibition that explored ideas of eros in design from ancient times to the present, from a cultural anthropology and mythical perspective.
Joanna Peters is a Greek/English jewelry designer based in Athens. Her bi-cultural upbringing and her experience of living in a Mediterranean country made her deeply aware of the unique beauty of nature, which is the basis of her inspiration for the exquisite pieces of jewelry in her collection.
I’m a third generation designer. It’s in my family’s bloodline. I worked in the music industry for a number of years until I realized how much I disliked the business end of that industry. After a short quarter-life crisis, I decided to stop fighting the family grain, and I’ve never looked back.
The Festival of Lights in Lyon, France is one of the largest urban events in the world. A tradition in honor of the Virgin Mary, the popular event is now in its 14th year and promises to be the most spectacular yet as hundreds of specialists descend on the city so as to prepare it for this looked forward to event.
Young Dutch designer Bertjan Pot is the creative mind behind the art installation ‘Stairway to Heaven’ at the GrandCafe-Wennekerpand in Schiedam in Holland. The design choice for the project came about purely by chance.
An increasing number of areas in London are in need of regeneration with more sustainable housing options. The ever changing needs of the communities in these areas has brought about the search for alternative accommodation schemes, one of which is the project of Carl Turner Architects, Slip House.