For the interior design students returning for their fall semester at the Fashion Institute of Technology, it hasn’t been a relaxing break. In fact, they have spent the majority of their holiday working without earning a dime.
Monthly Archive: August 2017
In his hometown and apparently his architectural playground, Kouichi Kimura designed a residence for a photographer.
i29’s design for the Dutch IT company specialized in the food sector emphasizes health, vitality, and growth.
Freehaus designed and led the delivery of a new multi-functional co-working space centered around food innovation in the Mitte district of Berlin.
On one of the main business streets of Bangkok, comes a mixed-use art complex playing hide and seek with the trees.
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A new approach from Steelcase suggests that it could be a little of both.
The tower provides accommodation in its most basic form, stripping back to the bare bones of hospitality with neither running water nor electricity.
In the new Dorotheen Quartier, Enso Sushi & Grill provides guests with dining styles inspired by Japanese traditions.
The UN reports that by 2050 people over 65 will outnumber those under 15. With this in mind, five makers answered the Frame 115 Challenge.
From Herzog & de Meuron’s new high-rise building to the High Line, we doubt we’ll ever be short of material to write about.
Ergonomic furniture series La Schaise by Stéphanie Marin of Smarin represents a new way of sitting and of thinking about chairs.
Nipa Doshi and Jonathan Levien orchestrate family, work and music to achieve a rhythmically balanced life.
The new Thailand Creativity and Design Centre is housed atop a historic building in Bangkok and features flexible areas bound to propel the country’s creative industry.
For ‘innovation base’ 100 Banch, Jo Nagasaka of Schemata Architects brings to bear the straightforward solutions for which he is known.
The Garden School in Hackney, London offers education for 2-16 year olds, with highly specialised provisions for learners with autism. The school strives to nurture communication, learning and independence and it needs a building which is designed to…
A tower of stacked concrete plates breaks the rule of faceless apartment blocks that are being erected as part of the city’s masterplan to rejuvenate the area.
Winter is coming and Game of Thrones season seven is ending, could things get any more depressing?
Virtual characters perform for curious passersby in the multisensory gallery space designed for sanitary brand Roca.
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The client, a Thai artist, preferred privacy in the lively neighbourhood and the architects delivered just that.
Herbert Seckler’s Sylt-island restaurant is transformed into the sleek and modern gastronomic flagship of the new Dorotheen Quartier shopping centre.
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Whether you live the minimalist dream or are aspiring to become a fervent follower of this philosophy, we can learn a bit more about how to enrich our lives with the minimum.
AeroMorph is an inflatable folding mechanism developed by a team of MIT Media Lab researchers with game-changing industry implications.
In this year’s edition, the participants finalised a series of pavilions to create a viable village structure.
Designed by Gensler, the Hyundai Capital office invites employees to co-opt the space and make it their own.
The picturesque Quebec City welcomes a splash of colour on its waterfront with the new installation by Les Malcommodes.
Pondering the life lessons of flea markets, ugly sofas and French snobbery, Inga Sempé concludes that patience is a designer’s greatest virtue.