Nothing is more important than the power of touch to the helsinki’s designer Tero Kuitunen.
when the heaviness of the stone combine with the pureness of raw material
A collaboration between Cedit and Castiglioni
Illusion and natural references of fleeting beauty are seen as a way to bring out feelings.
surreal renders as windows into the limitations of the future architectural world developing around us
Sleeping in a glass pod hanging off a Peruvian cliff is possible
The Japanese artist Yuni Yoshida presents a pixellated palette for her project.
Ramen is not just a soup. Colors, flavors and tradition combines and make this plate something unique.
No more food waste thanks to the dutch designer Elzelinde van Doleweerd
The French designer known as Le Corbusier, shortly after the Second World War, decided to design a new concept of space.
The concrete globes perched atop plinths form an unusual neighborhood that seems better suited for the set of a science fiction movie than 21st-century reality.
A project where architecture adapts to wine and nature needs.
Take some time to image yourself walking through the streets of Tokio during Hanami and the sky full of pink cherry blossoms
Last weekend was the last time to see the GGSV installation at Centre Pompidou, the modern art museum in Paris.
The Memphis style that fits perfectly in your feed and in a secret store in Kiev
Five chairs designed for outdoor spaces
The most famous chair in the European sanatoriums
The most iconic chair of history. A perfect chair of low rise but incredibly comfortable because of its leaning seat and it’s half height backrest.