Tom Ford focuses on the feminine sillhouette with the luxurious, sensual and vibrant FW 2011 collection. The collection features models Abbey Lee Kershaw, Karlie Kloss and Daphne Groeneveld in ultra-luxe and rich pieces, such as snakeskin coats, lace body hugging dresses and fur jackets.
The Groninger Museum presents the exhibition Material World. Art, design, fashion. It shows work of eight artists, designers and fashion designers in whose work the use of materials as well as the experimental study of materials plays a major role.
Two years after his first collaboration with Christian Louboutin, famous photographer Peter Lippman presented the new lookbook for the FW 2011. Using as an inspiration iconic portraits such as “Saint Dorothy”, "Whistler’s Mother" and “Portrait d’une Negresse”...
The Elies resort is an example of the trend in luxurious holiday destinations and since its inauguration in 2004 it has grown in popularity and remains an example of contemporary Greek architecture and interior design.
A city is a cosmos, a site for social encounters and cohabitation. A museum is a vision machine that challenges our senses, thoughts, and felt opinions. The public, you, is a barometer of the world. You mould as much as you receive.
“Also called Nature's Revenge, the work Ludo produces connects the world of plants and animals with our technological universe. It speaks about what surrounds us and affects us for any reason and try to highlight some kind of humility.”
A significant cultural, architectural and touristic evolution of the urban fabric of one of the world’s most iconic and timelessly beautiful cities has occurred with the opening of the first luxury lifestyle hotel in Jerusalem and Israel: Mamilla Hotel.
Like a crystal growing from rock, a dramatic structure emerges from the ground. The Villa, Daniel Libeskind’s first signature series home, creates a new dialogue between contemporary living and a completely new experience of space.
The Brickchair was the result of a reaction on a drawing made by James Gulliver Hancock. His handwriting changed the chair once (into a drawing), Pepe Heykoop interpretation changed it again; into bricks. A little evolution. The project is about interpretation and imagination.
This project originates in the architecture plan of the Transparent Japanese House, first presented in 2002. The idea has been developed into a transparent teahouse, an architecture project incorporating a symbolic Japanese cultural image.