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Mark Reigelman installs a Giant Nest Chair in Monterrey, Mexico

Category: Art Published on 28 Jan, 2015

New York-based artist Mark Reigelman has conceived NidoSilla (NestChair), a site specific installation as part of the DECODE design festival program in Monterrey, Mexico.

Corners by Martino Gamper for Prada

Category: Art Published on 28 Jan, 2015

Italian designer Martino Gamper has teamed up with Prada to create display space to pay “homage to the humble corner” in the Milanese windows of fashion house.

JMF Residence in Rio de Janeiro by Ivan Rezende Arquitetura

Category: Architecture Published on 28 Jan, 2015

A large terrace overlooking spectacular views was the idea that guided local practice Ivan Rezende Arquitetura for the project of this duplex penthouse located between Rodrigo de Freitas Lake and Botanic Garden in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Meteorite Shoes by Studio Swine

Category: Style Published on 26 Jan, 2015

By using Aluminum foam, London-based Studio Swine designed this high heels that seem to come from space.

De Gaspé House by la SHED architecture, Montréal

Category: Architecture Published on 26 Jan, 2015

Located in the heart of the Villeray district, Montréal, the De Gaspé House project by local practice la SHED architecture consisted of the major renovation of an existing building that lost most of its original characteristics.

Room On The Roof by i29 interior architects for De Bijenkorf, Amsterdam

Category: Architecture Published on 26 Jan, 2015

Amsterdam-based department store de Bijenkorf has unveiled ‘Room On The Roof’, a space for artists, writers, musicians, architects and designer, created by i29 interior architects.

A Closer Look at the 2017 Ford GT Carbon Fiber Supercar

Category: Technology Published on 25 Jan, 2015

Ford has unveiled the all-new GT, an ultra-high-performance supercar that serves as a technology showcase for top EcoBoost performance, aerodynamics and lightweight carbon fiber construction.

Aesop ABC-Viertel by Vincent Van Duysen Architects

Category: Architecture Published on 25 Jan, 2015

Aesop’s latest German signature store, and its first in Hamburg, has opened officially its doors in ABC-Viertel, Hamburg. Created in collaboration with Antwerp firm Vincent Van Duysen Architects, it features the brand’s first facial treatment room in Europe. The design relies on simple, natural materials and a subtle palette; it is informed by two primary influences: […]

OVO Project by Camilo Rebelo

Category: Art Published on 25 Jan, 2015

OVO is a wooden structure designed by Camilo Rebelo to host Semente, a sculpture by Rui Chafes, in the basement of his home in the Swiss Alps, now on view in the atrium of Oporto’s City Hall. The purpose of this wooden egg is to create a void, to unveil a new dimension and through it potentiate […]

Pharrell Williams Stan Smith Big Polka Dot Shoes

Category: Style Published on 24 Jan, 2015

The collaboration between musician and visionary Pharrell Williams and adidas Originals continue with his latest Big Polka Dot collection.

Porsche 911 Targa 4 GTS

Category: Technology Published on 24 Jan, 2015

To mark the 50th anniversary of the 911 Targa, Porsche offers for the fist time this icon model in the more powerful and dynamic GTS version.

Nendo designs limited edition chocolate sets for Maison & Object 2015

Category: Design Published on 24 Jan, 2015

On the occasion of the upcoming Maison & Object 2015, Nendo has created a limited edition of chocolate sets, called “chocolatexture”, designed in time for the awarding ceremony of “Designer of the Year Maison & Object 2015”.

A Closer Look at the House of Vans London

Category: Architecture Published on 23 Jan, 2015

Spread across five tunnels under the Waterloo Station in London, the House of Vans is a new mixed use creative venue for Vans enthusiasts and those interested in skateboarding culture.

Jean Louis Iratzoki designs the first Bioplastic Chair

Category: Design Published on 23 Jan, 2015

Basque designer Jean Louis Iratzoki has developed the first chair made out of bioplastic, called ‘Kuskoa Bi’, for French furniture company Alki.

The Future of DIY – Laser Cut Rings by TourDeFork

Category: Style Published on 23 Jan, 2015

Culinary creative consultancy TourDeFork has created five laser cut acrylic rings for their ‘future of DIY’ series. The object has been designed for a monthly Italian magazine CASAfacile.

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