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An extremely receptive world, the fashion universe hybridizes itself with architecture, technology and art to convey the contemporaneity. We try to figure out this ability in 15 projects.
Cafe Ki, designed by Japanese design office id like a pure white space populated by coffee-coloured trees, opened in Setagaya-ku, Tokyo.
Can biological systems co-author with design to generate new technologies that offer a sustainable material paradigm? With her project Natsai Audrey tries to answer this question.
A little snow dome filled with tiny flowers or leaves: is the packaging designed by Nendo for its new spray-type room fragrance.
A shop, a gallery, an atelier and a supplier warehouse: with Pen Store Form Us With Love invites creatives to interact with the assortment of this store in Stockholm.
Folding, pasting and sticking paper together with the local residents, Naoya Matsumoto Design converted a little space into a cave-like bar in Osaka.
For her London exhibition, “Worry Will Vanish”, Pipilotti Rist has transformed the Hauser & Wirth gallery into a fully immersive, sensory environment.
Featuring illustrations inspired by the work of numerous designers – from Martino Gamper to Charles and Ray Eames – Flat is a playfully illustrated tribute to the furniture.
Focusing on the making and the use of the lampshade, Marc Trotereau gives shape to a sculptural object which can adapt its shape to any type of space.
19 of London’s best artists and designers have each created a magical, miniature room for the V&A Museum of Childhood’s exhibition “Small Stories: At home in a dolls’ house”.
Architecture studio Zeller & Moye designed the first store for the fashion label Sandra Weil in central Mexico City as a delicate composition of wood and copper.
Swedish studio Jägnefält Milton designed a little pavilion for a woodland site which lead roof is balancing on a single column and held in place by a ground anchor.