After a renovation project which took over 8 months, the Groninger Museum reopened its doors to the public on Sunday 19 December 2010. The entire building has regained its original lustre and and its colours have been fully restored.
The ultra-compact footprint of Renault Twizy is ideally suited to city motoring. It will go on sale in Europe at the end of 2011 with a price tag beginning at 6,990 inclusive of taxes, depending on the fiscal measures available in each country.
The Shorefast Foundation and the Fogo Island Arts Corporation commissioned Todd Saunders to design a series of six artists’ studios on various Fogo Island locations. The organisation is committed to preserving the Islanders’ traditions and aims at rejuvenating the island through the arts and culture.
The design of a bathhouse and library for the Safe Haven Orphanage in Ban Tha Yang, Thailand was undertaken by TYIN Tegnestue architects, a non-profit group of 5 young Norwegian graduates whose aim is to...
La Co(o)rniche is a hotel in an extraordinary location. The key landmark in the Pilat-Plage district, the vantage point over the Arcachon basin, backing onto the highest dune in Europe, it is suspended between sea and sky, nestling between sand and pines.
Unveiled in February 2011, Captur is the new concept car embodying Renault’s new design strategy. A sporty crossover with a flowing and athletic body language, it conjures up visions of two people exploring the world and previews a forthcoming road car.
The Eggbot is designed to draw on all kinds of things that are normally "impossible" to print on. Not just eggs but also ping pong balls, light bulbs, mini pumpkins, and even things like wine glasses- with a bit of work.
Mark Deweer, founder of both DEWEER gallery and a carpet factory, merged the two passions that defined his life and created ‘Art of the Loom’, a stunning collection of 32 exclusive tapestries made by reputed artists from Belgium and abroad.
In 2001, top chef Gert Jan Hageman, who had earned a Michelin star in Dutch haute cuisine, found a new direction for his own career and a new purpose for the old greenhouse that belonged to Amsterdam's Municipal Nursery.
The debut of Christopher Lemaire at Hermes was crowned with ultimate success. After a seven year period as Creative Director with Jean Paul Gaultier, it is extremely difficult to expect that another designer could understand and respect the distinctiveness of such a luxury brand.