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.
Kenoa - Exclusive Beach Spa & Resort is located on Brazil’s stunning northeastern coast, caressed by an emerald-colored, seemingly infinite ocean and miles of pristine white beach. Its position just nine degrees south of the equator ensures year-round summer temperatures.
BMW has unveiled its new concept car, the 328 Hommage for its 75th anniversary. BMW says that the Hommage "offers a possible interpretation of how the designers of the 1930's might have built the 328 in the present day using current technology".
Arnhem Mode Biennale for a brief spell opens the door to the fantasy world that is called fashion. This fourth edition is a true exploration of the three main locations in the historical Dutch city (including the Museum for Modern Art) that each shows a different side of fashions wonderful persona.
This summer, the Museum of Arts and Design is proud to present David Bowie, Artist, a multi-platform retrospective re-framing Bowie’s daring, multi-discipline career as that of an artist working primarily in performance.
Nothing was left to chance. Everything down to the smallest detail was painstakingly designed to summon the ultimate user experience in terms of entertainment and performance. Starting from the cool new look down to the eye-popping visual experience, the enhanced sound system...
Studio Daniel Libeskind served as a design consultant to Adamson Associates to design the retail and public space complex on the main Las Vegas strip as part of the MGM MIRAGE's City Center construction project.
“The most resistant element is neither cement, nor wood, nor stone, nor steel, nor glass. The most resistant material in construction is art.” Gio Ponti
Philip Cortelyou Johnson was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1906. Following his graduation from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design in 1943, Johnson designed some of America’s greatest modern architectural landmarks.