English artist Alex Chinneck, famous for his controversial installation, constructed a new façade for a former livery stables located just south of Blackfriars Bridge in London to make the building look like it has been turned upside down.
Created by Pauline Saglio for her Bachelor of Media & Interaction Design at ECAL, Rewind is a digital clock collection designed to revive a physical link with the reading of the time that has become pervasive and unconscious since the digital revolution.
The B’ Tower by Dutch practice Wiel Arets Architects, located in the center of Rotterdam, is composed of three distinct volumes of retail and residential program, and is a contiguous extension of Marcel Breuer’s 1955 ‘Bijkenkorf’ department store.
Starbucks recently opened a new store in the historic New Orleans French quarter, inspired by the city’s rich history as a coffee trading port and its unique artistic spirit.
Ford is all set to release its sixth-generation Mustang next year. The clean-sheet design of the new Mustang evokes the essential character of the brand, retaining key design elements – including the long sculpted hood and short rear deck – with contemporary execution.
Italian artist and graphic designer Marco Sodano created pixilated art masterpieces using LEGO blocks.
Nike has unveiled the much-anticipated KOBE 9 Elite shoe at an event held at The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Los Angeles. The KOBE 9 Elite redefines the aesthetics and performance of a basketball shoe and was designed using Nike Flyknit according to Nike’s “Nature Amplified” design ethos, an approach focused on designing for the body in motion and fueled by scientific data and athlete insights.
From the restoration and renovation of an old building in the ’20s, once occupied by the power company Light, Red Bull Station arises, the new architectural project from Triptyque. Created to be a center of art and music, it will act as an important player in this transformation scenario.
Japanese studio Nendo has collaborated with Taniguchi Aoya Washi, renowned for their 3D paper molding technique, to realized a series of ethereal pendant lamps.
As an ultimate prove that there are no limits to what can be made out of a square piece of paper, Swiss origami artist Sipho Mabona plans to fold a life-sized elephant from a specially produced 2,500 square foot (125 sqm) sheet of paper at the Art Museum in Beromünster, Switzerland.