The launch of Dolce & Gabbana’s first atelier for bespoke menswear marks the completion of the Italian luxury fashion house’s meticulous restoration of its famous men’s store on the corner of Corso Venezia and Via della Spiga in Milan’s Quadrilatero d’Oro (Golden Quadrilateral) shopping precinct.
The Hollander House, built in the late ’60s by architect David Hollander, is an icon of Australian organic architecture. The adventure of arriving at Hollander House begins with the drama of Grandview Drive...
The 370 square meters residence by Anastasia Architects distributed in two levels is situated in a manly residential neighborhood in the city of Belo Horizonte – Brazil – on a 450 square meters flat site. The architectural approach seeks to privilege the maximum integration of external and internal areas...
After New York, citizenM opened its doors in Paris as well! Close to Charles de Gaulle airport, citizenM Charles de Gaulle serves as a refuge for the travelling citizens flying in and out of Paris.
This house in Fujinomiya, Japan by Case Design Studio is a private house that was realised in 2012.
The Chanel Haute Couture Collection 2015 has been presented at the Grand Palais In Paris.
SPARK Architects reveal their design for a floating hawker centre – the Solar Orchid. This concept for self-contained, solar-powered, floating hawker pods suggests a way to mend the now distant relationship between Singapore and...
A natural jewel nestles between the Pacific Ocean and the Sierra Madre del Sur mountain range that snakes through the Mexican state of Oaxaca. A top-ten surfing and popular fishing destination, the tiny coastal town of Puerto Escondido invites with its laid-back atmosphere and beachside vibe.
Restello is a residential scheme in Kolkata, India, by Piercy & Company for Tata Steel and Bengal Shrachi. Restello draws equally on the local tradition of open, expressive architecture and global advances in building technology.
Having worked with major brands like Alessi, Moroso, Kartell, Flos, Puma and KLM, Wanders co-founded Moooi in 2001. Since then, the Dutch production house has featured work by Jurgen Bey, Jasper Morison, Bertjan Pot, Front, Maarten Baas, Jaime Hayon and Kiki van Eijk.