Based on the principle “Anything can be a shoe”, this exhibition shows the unbridled imagination and diversity of shoes in fashion. As a transformative, playful and surreal part of one’s clothing, shoes are an object of desire, but also of memory, emotional value and inspiration.
Italian studio JM Architecture has completed a three-bedroom villa in the northern Italian town of Jesolo. Briefed with creating a house for a young family, the architects opted for materials that would be easy to maintain and clean.
Pitsou Kedem design a home of concrete and glass.
BAROQUE BAROQUE brings together a significant selection of artworks by Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson at The Winter Palace of Prince Eugene of Savoy. November 21, 2015 – March 6, 2016...
Recalling the distinctive curves of the Franck Muller Yacht, the Yachting watch features all the seafaring details: from the deep blue of the case along with the fresh white of the strap and the wind rose adorning the dial everything reminds us of the world of marine.
This is the first comprehensive monograph to showcase the work of the world’s most renowned floral artist. Texts by Dutch author Cees Nooteboom and Japanese architect Kengo Kuma reflect on the impact of Ost’s career.
Patricia Urquiola was asked to incorporate a spa inside the Four Seasons Hotel in Milan, a 15th century former convent.
Moriyuki Ochiai Architects designed a playful and exciting environment suitable for implementing this kindergarten’s educational policy, which focuses on bringing up children that can think, learn and act independently.
When Yannis Sergakis turned to architect Aris Zampikos to create a store that would reflect his ideas and aesthetics, Yannis Sergakis asked him to create a "luxury office window."
Appartement VI is a private residence located in Paris, France. In a typical Hausmanian building steps away from the national assembly, the Orsay Museum but also from the entertainment of Saint Germain de Prés