Marina Bay Sands Hotel consists of three unique hotel towers crowned by the magnificent Sands SkyPark. With over 2,500 rooms and suites, Marina Bay Sands Hotel is the biggest hotel in Singapore. The rooms offer views of the South China Sea or Marina Bay and the Singapore skyline.
Yorkshire Sculpture Park presents the first major UK exhibition of sculpture and drawings by Jaume Plensa, with new and recent work displayed in the Underground Gallery and surrounding landscape.
This house for an artist includes the street level of an existing small house. It now houses the entry hall, a family room and a kitchen; the living-room and the stairway are in the extension to the building.
The art duo Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset have created a vast exhibition featuring a specially designed block of flats, an abandoned funfair ride and numerous other elements.
The plot is located at the island of Paros in the Cyclades. It has orientation in the big side South-western with view to the sea. The project concerns a summer house with hostels and a pool. The place of the residence is to benefit of the view to the Aegean Sea.
Parisian-based Maison Michel has been perfecting the art of headwear since 1936. Founded by French milliner Auguste Michel, the atelier is now owned by Chanel, under the creative leadership of Chanel accessories and jewelry designer, Laetitia Crahay.
The Hedonist and Mazokist are the unique bespoke luxury yachts, designed and crafted by the Art of Kinetik. Their aim: "a quest to realise an ideal, to craft a vision, to create the ultimate balance between Art and Performance"
On the left banks of the river Iller a new, highly efficient hydro – electric powerstation substituted an older powerstation from the Fifties by now supporting approximately 3000 households with 10,5 million kilowatt – hours of environmentally friendly power per year.
This project was inspired by Brazil’s Indian architecture, perfectly suited for the hot and humid climate where it stands, Angra dos Reis, one hour drive south of Rio de Janeiro. The roof acts as a big leaf that protects from the hot sun all the enclosed spaces of the house ...
A wireless optical mouse whose USB receiver takes the shape of different animal tails("oppo" means "tail" in Japanese). To transport the mouse, users plug the tail into the body, as though picking up a small animal to go for a walk.