Steven Harris Architects LLP was asked to renovate a huge penthouse of a converted 1930s office building in TriBeCa, New York, for a family with three teenagers. Pure freedom of budget constraints along with the 2 levels of 743 square meter residence left a lot of space for creativity...
In a private design competition staged by FINA (Federation Internationale de Natation) for the creation of medals to be presented at the 2013 Swimming World Championship in Barcelona, the participants were reduced to 5 shortlisted studios.
An impressive addition to the skyline of Doha, Qatar is the Burj Doha, a design project of the innovative architectural practice of Jean Nouvel. The commercial structure is a soaring cylindrical form culminating in an elegant dome...
The Chilean born, New York based designer Pola Thomson’s new collection, Collection #8 AW’13 is composed of 20 looks inspired by the sensation of experimenting with vast and monumental landscapes.
After the opening of the first Buddha Bar restaurant and party venue in Paris in 1996, its fame spread as similar establishments appeared in cities worldwide. Following closely behind, the Buddha Bar Hotels opened up in Prague and Budapest.
Visitors to the 2013 Goodwood Festival of Speed, one of the world’s greatest annual motoring events held in the grounds of Goodwood House in West Sussex, England, were greeted by a massive sculpture created by artist and designer Gerry Judah. No stranger to the genre of public artwork...
A new playground has recently been opened in Australia’s National Arboretum in Canberra. A design project of the well known practice of Taylor Cullity Lethlean (TCL), the concept of the space way extends that of a simple playground.
+Quespacio(Masquespacio), a design firm based in Valencia, Spain and its boss Ana Milena Hernández Palacios have completed the graphic design and interior design for the newly opened “2Day Languages School” housed in a 183m2 heritage building in central Valencia.
In the Lotte Department store in Seoul, South Korea, visitors to the in-store food court of the Lotte Department store are confronted with a unique environment which differs greatly from the average eatery.
On the island of Pingtan, China, construction has begun on the Pingtan Art Museum. Designed by the Chinese practice of MAD Architects, this is their third and possibly their most innovative museum design on a unique site.