Minnie Mouse recently visited Paris and Alber Elbaz’s studio on Faubourg Saint Honoré to pick up her Lanvin gown, exclusively made for her on the occasion of her 20th Anniversary in France.
Designer Michiel Cornelissen was inspired by the icons of Russian folk art and more specifically by Matryoshka Dolls to create the 3D Mesh Matryoshkas for Dutch design publisher Soonsalon.
A recent collaboration between the innovative design practice of Nendo and KOKUYO, a Japanese company which specializes in office furniture, resulted in the collection of modular furniture entitled ‘Brackets’.
If and when the Ocean Avenue Proposal is to be accepted, is currently being strongly debated by the authorities and residents of Santa Monica. The waterfront skyline will be changed for ever if the go ahead is given to the pioneering project by the grand old man of architecture and design...
In one of the most ancient cities of China, the international chain of Westin have opened a luxury hotel of massive proportions. Designed by the Shanghai based practice of Neri & Hu, the 300 room establishment reflects the heritage and energy of this historic region. Within its contemporary design,
As part of an ongoing research program at the University of Stuttgart, the Research Pavilion was created at the end of 2012 and forms the result of a collaboration between academics and students in Computational Design (ICD) and Structural Design (ITKE) at the university in addition to biologists from the University of Tubingen.
This colourful umbrella installation is entitled Bloom and is the work of talented London based artist, Sam Spenser. It first appeared in 2007 on the grounds of The Wapping Project, an arts centre in London,created from an industrial space which once housed a Hydropower Station.
The artistic collective of Quiet Ensemble was founded in 2009 by Fabio Di Salvo and Bernardo Vercelli. Their unique vision on experimental art combines nature with technology in order to produce visual, audial and graphic installations unlike any others.
SENSE Magazine brings this first look at the 2013 Supreme x COMME des GARCONS SHIRT collaboration which is modeled by skate legend Jason Dill and New York downtown queen Chloe Sevigny.
Michael Schmidt a designer from NYC and architect Francis Bitonti created a 3D-printed dress for burlesque dancer Dita Von Teese. It was the first time ever that a fashion design conceived and engineered in powdered nylon by the revolutionary process of 3D printing can move like a textile.