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.
Retro…that bittersweet taste of reminiscing things of the past; a blissful nostalgic trip down memory lane, paying tribute to a former era, by reinventing its once glorious trends and modes, while preserving their authenticity and celebrating their vintage charm.
The ingenious interior design project of Beam Block House located in Poznan, Poland, was undertaken by the Polish practice of Mode:Lina. The compact space of just 140 sq.m. posed a challenge in providing adequate storage space while maintaining the appearance of a clean...
This outstanding residence is situated on a terraced site overlooking Bantry Bay in South Africa and was designed by the practice of SAOTA in collaboration with OKHA Interiors. Built on four levels, the two levels open up onto a garden courtyard with a cozy family room to the rear across from the vast living room space.
This breathtakingly stunning villa is located in Koh Samui, on a steep slope overlooking the palm tree lined Bang Por beach and the Gulf of Thailand. Designed by the practice of GFAB Architects for Camilla Riviere, the home represents the ultimate in terms of a luxury modern residence and a place in the sun for the British born entrepreneur and her family.
The Stuart Weitzman brand of shoes represent a range of gloriously glamorous designs often seen on red carpet events the world over. Now this prestigious brand has found a new home in Milan, in the flagship store of what is to be an international chain, designed by the practice of Zaha Hadid.
Located on an idyllic site overlooking the Straits of Gibraltar in Tarifa, Cadiz, Spain, Tarifa House was designed by the practice of James & Mau Arquitectura. This contemporary structure was developed from the traditional architecture of the region, a type of structure which has proved to be ideally suited to the Mediterranean climate of the region.