People who feel like “superheroes” need a “supershoe”. Even if you don’t have to save the world from the villains du jour, and you need to solve more mundane problems – like accompanying an elderly lady across the road – these shoes by Victoria Spruce and Proenza Schouler will inspire you.
Dar Beida, in other words the white house. Is that all there is to it? There’s much more to this villa situated behind the Medina of Essaouira, in Morocco, just 10 minutes away from a sandy beach. Dedicated to last minute holidaymakers.
The bicycle is an iconic object, apart from the design. “Neo Essence” by Kim Jungu is the exploration of the history of the two-wheeled form in a poetically calligraphic synthesis. “Inner City Bike” by J. Ruiter takes the history of bicycle design, shakes it, and finds out that there is still much to invent. Find out what
Brushes, small brooms, knives, scissors. These are just some of the objects transformed into mysterious masks by the designer and architect Thierry Despont. Which in this way celebrates the power of imagination.
Merging tailoring, architecture and sculpture in an inter-disciplinary practice where shapes and surfaces form the space of the garment. This is how the young Elizabeth Delfs presents herself.
Ever since the Pixar lamp, Luxo Jr. , we have seen dozens of spotlights with a cartoon appearance. The table lamp by Sllov has a long thin neck that rises like a cobra and aims at the adversary of this up&more, the “Beam Table Lamp” by Christian Vivanco, which appears to have no intention of budging an inch.
The owner of Casa CUBO in Zapopan, Mexico, had a problem. Where should he build his home on a sloping property? Here is architect Ricardo Agraz’s solution.
Voids and contrasts can be the basis for good design practice. Materials and structures thus become flexible and integral elements. Like the furniture units designed by Andrew Koop.
“Louxor” is the seed sown by the Parisian duo POOL. When you turn it on, it casts a soft neon light. Imagine it could one day blossom. Into what? Into another ceiling lamp. We imagined “Suspension Octopus” by Sllov, which more than a flower looks like a jellyfish which blossoms in your sitting room.
È la fashion designer più conosciuta in Spagna. Ed è facile capire perché. Dal 1981 le sue sfilate sono un tuffo nel colore, tanto che con la sua ultima collezione sembra sempre San Valentino.