Stationed in the Sonoran desert of Arizona is the brawny Desert Courtyard House. Designed by Wendell Burnette Architects, Desert Courtyard House is a magnificent home with a tough exterior suitable for the harsh environment.
Studio KO has just revealed the first designs for the Yves Saint Laurent museum in Morocco, a new complex entirely dedicated to the legendary French designer and his work. Situated in Marrakesh, the establishment will house part of the Fondation Pierre Bergé-Yves Saint Laurent Paris collection.
The literal and mythological meaning of the lantern is highly significant throughout Asian history—it leads you through the dark, showing you the way and indicating the beginning and end of a journey. Neri&Hu’s radical transformation of an existing five storey building in Seoul...
Dutch design brand Moooi is on course for world domination, and its next stop is London. Having made a low-key arrival into the UK market in 2010 with the introduction of an appointment-only showroom, next week will see Moooi putting down permanent roots in the British capital with the opening of a centrally-located brand store.
French photographer Zacharie Gaudrillot-Roy presents the ongoing ‘façades’ series, which deconstructs images of urban landscapes down to the mere surfaces of the buildings that populate them.
Designed by Piero Lissoni, Torre Velasca has been one of the milan attractions that everyone is talking about! This Milan urban space is one of Milan’s most cherished places ‘cause of its dream house settings provided by Living Divani.
Located in the heart of Milan, with its 85 rooms divided into four categories, the newly inaugurated Room Mate Hotel Giulia designed by Patricia Urquiola is a few steps from Piazza del Duomo and the Vittorio Emanuele gallery.
The project title Darzanà means dockyard and it is a hybrid word, like the Turkish word tersane and the Italian word arsenale. These words are derived or distorted from the same root, the Arabic dara’s-sina’a (place of industry).
Japanese photographer Hiroharu Matsumoto captures the streets of Tokyo in dramatic black and white images, exploring the feeling of loneliness in one of the world’s greatest metropolises.
The old cellar where we developed this project, funded by the European Union,
belongs to a landmark building called “Casa de la Tercia”, constructed in the 7th
century and located in the small town of Cehegín in Murcia´s hilly interior.
The cellar is located on the semi basement of the building.