– Rolf Bruggink, together with Niek Wagemans, renovated a late Nineteenth century coach house in Utrecht just by reusing pieces of a demolished building.
– Together with artist Mohamad Reza Shamsian, Bethan Gray brought Oman’s highest craftsmanship to London with a collection based on marquetry and solid brass inlay.
– Comprising twelve projects and some other few small interventions, the second edition of “House Vision” offered a domestic exploration for a near-future scenario.
– Studio Job designed a new parquet collection, arranging geometric shapes into patterns, composing elements into illustration and turning flat into 3-D trompe-l’oeil illusions.
– For the refurbishment project of an old apartment, h2o architectes used a free plan, while different functions are integrated in distinct volumes which organize the space.
– Designed by Compagnie de rue at La Défense business district in Paris, La rue des Utopies offers a completely new experience of the city a few meters above the familiar ground plane.
– The Norvegian studio KOKO architects designed Skåpet Mountain Lodges in Soddatjørn, featuring contemporary, easy to maintain and use ready-made factory modules.
– Presented at Maison & Objet, Moving Tatamis is a furniture collection designed by José Lévy for Daiken that reinterprets the ancient art of tatami.
– The Fitting Pieces collection is a collaboration between two Hungarian design firms – Maacraft and Kezemura – based on the shared values of human centered, loveable design.
– On show at the London Design Festival, the collaboration between grapich agency Studio Makgill and H Furniture brings bright Mexican colours to a new British classic.
Top: Atelier Bow-Wow, Muji, Tanada Terrace Office, House Vision 2, Tokyo 2016