Do you think it's possible to fall in love with something lifeless? Well, imagine this. Smoldering hills, volcanic beaches and kiss-inspiring sunsets, as the whole sky turns pink, while the sun slowly sinks into the ocean’s rim… So, when it comes to Santorini, the answer is yes, I think it just might be possible!
Designed by the Milan based practice of Studiopepe, this winter Apartment is a space which embodies all the comforts and symbolic elements of the coldest season of the year. A warm, contemporary living environment which covers all the bases in terms of comfort and relaxation, without foregoing one iota of innovative design dynamics.
The French practice of Groupe LAPS is made up of six very talented individuals, experts in their respective fields of art, design and lighting. Their LED lighting installations consisting of little stick figures...
The creative minds behind the vibrant atmosphere of this compact apartment in Taiwan, are no others but the practice of Ganna Studio. Their intention was a minimal design aesthetic maintained throughout the open plan, clearly defined spaces.
In a corner building of the historic Aldwych crescent, an area which represents a symbolic borderline between the West End and the City of London, the ME Hotel, a project undertaken by the practice of Foster + Partners, has opened its doors.
Global awareness of the talent of young Taiwanese designer, Jason Wu, came to light when Michelle Obama chose his stunning one shouldered white evening gown for her husband’s inauguration as President of the USA.
Rutger de Regt aims to revolutionize the design industry by encouraging designers to create their own products! This is exactly what he has done with his latest collection of chairs, stools, lamps, tables and bowls under the series Happy Misfits, Cotton Candy and Make + Mold.
The refurbishment of a small square-shaped loft in the old town of Kiev was the first interior design project for Ukrainian architect, Alex Bykov. This unique yet extremely space-efficient interior was to be the home for a newly-married couple, for whom he created the concept of ‘Constant Motion’.
Szwalnia, Polish for ‘sewing room’, is an interior design concept for a bar/restaurant, by Karina Wiciak of Wamhouse. The installation is the 8th in a 12 part collection of imaginative concept designs entitled ‘XII’ which Ms Wiciak intends to complete within a 12 month period.
On the first Sunday in September, the small town of Zunder in the Netherlands, becomes a hive of activity and excitement as thousands of people from all over the globe flock there to witness an amazing event, the Corso Zundert, the annual flower parade.