Alessandro Mendini has now developed two pointillist veneers for the wood specialist Alpi, and used them to create three cabinets based on the sun and the moon.
A peaked copper roof culminating in a skylight draws daylight down into this Notting Hill home by Gianni Botsford Architects, which features a marble-line pool in its basement.
"Nice chaps, but naughty enough not to get taken in by ali the old chat about how complicated things are": with these words, Ettore Sottsass introduced the radical Italian group in a 1965 issue of Domus.
Located at an altitude of 3,280 meters and accessible only after three days of walking, the Bivouac Luca Pasqualetti offers mountaineers a comfortable shelter in extreme weather.
Dyson submitted a patent application for the wearable device earlier this year, which insider sources believe will be combined with headphones for a commuter-friendly take on fighting off pollutants.
Interview with Antonia Carver, the director of the recently inaugurated Jameel Arts Centre in Dubai.
Light and free like a butterfly, extending and folding like a folding screen, ORIGAMI, designed by Alberto Meda, is an electric plug&play radiator that liaises with its surroundings.
A library with minimal aesthetics: essential lines characterized by the round connections between structure and shelves and by its exclusive invisible junctions, that guarantee a maximal formal polish. Subtle reference to the sixties, interpretated with strictness and originality in an extremely current aesthetical definition.
A fluid and colourful platform surrounds and preserves an 18th-century courtyard in MAD Architects’ proposal.
Immaterial architecture and the condition of the contemporary designer in a book by Andreas Rumpfhuber
Published by DPR Barcelona, a collection of essays analyses the political and social consequences of radical architecture.
The tallest residential tower of the Swedish capital has opened, the first of two to be built with a modular system of ribbed concrete slabs, paying homage to brutalism.
Five velvet, gold and fringed furniture launch a long-term co-partnership between the two companies from Valencia in the name of sensuality.
KAAN Architecten selected a palette of marble, concrete and oak to imbue a sense of calm on the grieving process at Crematorium Siesegem in Aalst, Belgium.
Portuguese architects Álvaro Siza and Carlos Castanheira collaborated on the three rough and sculptural buildings that dialogue with Saya Park’s natural landscape.
The 79&Park aims to bring together the qualities of urban and suburban living, and is among the few interventions by international architects in Stockholm.
20 films, 27 related photographs and a documentary film on her life create the largest gathering of filmworks by Ana Mendieta ever presented in France.