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Space Copenhagen – established in 2005 by Signe Bindslev Henriksen and Peter Bundgaard Rützou, both graduated The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture – is known for defying habits and employing a sincere personal vision to their design.
What is it exactly about an image – whether moving or still – that catches our eye and makes our pulse skip a beat?
Designed by Natura Futura Arquitectura, the small mirrored viewing platform was completed in summer 2016 and functions as a rest stop for hikers in the ecuadorian countryside. The Los Rios-based studio positioned the observation deck titled “The Invisible Portal” on a trail that runs between Guaranda and Babahoyo in the Andes mountains.
In October, Palazzo Morando in Milan will be the venue for ELLE DECOR Italy`s unprecedented exhibition 'Grand Hotel'. It will showcase trends in interior decoration by recreating hotel rooms, designed by Piero Lissoni and Patricia Urquiola according to the aesthetic codes of ELLE DECOR Italy.
Potafiori is a perfect example of the cool, unexpected layer that is slowly cloaking Milan with a number of hidden jewel destinations. Part flower shop, part cocktail bar and all day restaurant-cafe, the eclectic scene is governed over by Rosalba Piccini, a jazz singer and florist with bright red hair and a vivacious, winning personality.
Originally the Lara Boot Factory in Melbourne’s Fitzroy, Hargraves Street was converted into a home with a ground floor office by Ivan Rijavec in the late 1980s. Rijavec inserted graphic steel elements and plasterboard curves, which provided a wonderful basis for Fiona Lynch Design Office (FLDO) when transforming the warehouse into a home for a keen mountaineer and adventurer.
B&B Italia is opening a new flagship store in New York, at 135 Madison Avenue, which is added to the historic flagship store in the A&D Building on 58th street.
A new development project to the south of the existing building which will transform Tate Modern.The north entrance is a space that is more than simply a zone of passage. Its sloping ceiling stretches out between two mighty architectural elements: the brick tower on one side and the turbine hall on the other.
The exhibition "miniatures exhibition" presents 100 miniatures of classic sessions, made during the period that spans the beginnings of the industrial mass production of the nineteenth century
At the end of 2014, AfroditiKrassa was approached to re-conceptualise, design and brand an existing Greek restaurant in London’s Soho.