Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2013 by…

Architecture, Design | September 17, 2013

Image courtesy of Sou Fujimoto Architects Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2013 by Sou Fujimoto Award-winning Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto was selected to design this year’s Serpentine Pavilion. Every year, a different artist is chosen to design a temporary building for the lawn outside the Serpentine Gallery in Kensington Gardens. Read more

“quasi caramelle”

Design, Fashion | September 16, 2013

Autumn necklace by quasi caramelle “quasi caramelle” “quasi caramelle” is the project of an Italy-based artist who creates one of a kind jewelry and accessories. All quasi  caramelle’s pieces are each original in their own way, designed to be special for every different woman. The motto of the project is actually: “Let your uniqueness be […] Read more

Paper outfit by Estonian Academy…

Design, Fashion | September 11, 2013

September by Anna Baboshina (detail). Image courtesy of Maiken Staak Paper outfit by Estonian Academy of Arts students Tutored by fashion designer Marit Ilison, a group of Estonian Academy of Arts students created different outfit crafted from paper. They were limited to using paper from a single company though they had free reign over colours […] Read more


Design, Fashion | September 3, 2013

Whale Tail pendant by KIORO’ KIORO’design KIORO’design is a two-person team of Italian aerospace engineer and aerospace designer, Giovanna Varchetta and Ciro Esposito, now exploring 3D models in a completely different manner. Their passion about the design and 3D printing has pushed them in a new challenge to the realization of imagined forms, in all […] Read more

Dario Scapitta Design

Design, Fashion | August 29, 2013

Photo Courtesy of Lara Bommartini Dario Scapitta Design Dario Scapitta is an Italian artist born in Valenza, a capital of the Italian jewelry business. He lives now in The Netherlands, where he started to work on new personal ideas and finally in 2012, the Dario Scapitta Design was born. As a very independent company, he […] Read more

Meze Audiophile Headphones: When Sound…

Design | August 27, 2013

Meze Audiophile Headphones: When Sound Meets Style Award-winning industrial designer and music lover Antonio Meze’s stylish headphones have struck a chord with art enthusiasts, fashionistas and audiophiles alike. These wooden headphones have the potential to achieve cult status; it’s tough to decide whether to prize them for their cutting edge audio technology or as an […] Read more

Yu Hiraoka

Design | August 26, 2013

Giochiamo by Yu Hiraoka Yu Hiraoka Yu Hiraoka is a young product designer based in Milan, Italy. As a designer, his principle is “FUN”ctional Design. By adding “FUN” elements into function, the designer believes it improves people’s lives and bring them a lot of happiness. In September his works will be exhibited during London Design […] Read more

Alexander McQueen

Design, Fashion | August 20, 2013

Photo courtesy of David Sims Alexander McQueen This collection, clearly inspired by the ecclesiastical wardrobe, the Virgin queen, Elizabeth I, and the Ballets Russes, was created in the last stages of Alexander McQueen creative director Sarah Burton‘s pregnancy. Read more

Jessica Joyce

Design, Fashion | August 6, 2013

Jessica Joyce Fashion designer Jessica Joyce of the eponymous label Jessica Joyce, launches her new collection. The designer sees both the hip and creative Mary Quant, (1934) and the stylishly dressed Jackie Kennedy (1929), united in herself. The result is a pure, strong and feminine collection of dresses for the modern, urban woman. Intriguing personality […] Read more

Birdcage table by Gregoire de…

Design | July 29, 2013

Photo courtesy of Jerome Galland Birdcage table by Gregoire de Lafforest French designer Gregoire de Lafforest marries whimsy and functionality in the creation of his solid oak birdcage table. In collaboration with Ateliers Seewhy for its construction, he engaged an interesting array of mediums – glass (for the domes), metal (for the tree) and wood […] Read more

ELECTRIC by Mathieu Lehanneur |…

Design | July 19, 2013

Photo courtesy of Felipe Ribon ELECTRIC by Mathieu Lehanneur | Paris In Parc des expositions, Porte de Versailles, a 1055sqm penthouse has been designed to host the ultimate mod music lifestyle. Designed by Mathieu Lehanneur, in collaboration with architect Ana Moussinet, this cultural platform has opened up a new world to the lover of all […] Read more

Lotte Amoje Foodcapital | Karim…

Design | July 10, 2013

Image © Lee Gyeon Bae Lotte Amoje Foodcapital by Karim Rashid More than a place to eat, Karim Rashid transforms a typical cafeteria into an environment of sensory experiences with eye catching colors and technorganic forms, which encourage personal interactions at Foodcapitol, the Lotte Department Store’s Amoje Food Court in Seoul, South Korea. Read more

Parametric Space by Zaha Hadid

Design | July 9, 2013

Image courtesy of Kollision Parametric Space by Zaha Hadid Zaha Hadid has created Parametric Space at the Danish Architecture Center as part of a major exhibition entitled Zaha Hadid – World Architecture on her design process and work. The collection of designer objects, iterative models and photographic panels of work is meant to highlight the […] Read more


Design, Fashion | July 1, 2013

ANTITHESIS Collection by Mr.&Mr. Mr.&Mr. 1+1=1. For Mr.&Mr., everything, though separate, can be made into a whole. Mr.&Mr. is comprised of Alexis Lautier and Pierre Talagrand, and is both a creative design studio and an independent editing house. This duo bypasses the conventional design practice by plunging each of their productions into a distinctive fashion […] Read more

Sou Fujimoto’s Serpentine Gallery Pavilion

Architecture, Design | June 17, 2013

Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2013 © Sou Fujimoto Architects Image © 2013 Iwan Baan Sou Fujimoto’s Serpentine Gallery Pavilion Sou Fujimoto is the thirteenth and, at 41, youngest architect to accept the invitation to design a temporary structure for the Serpentine Gallery. The most ambitious architectural programme of its kind worldwide, the Serpentine’s annual Pavilion commission […] Read more


Design | May 29, 2013

22° 36° 48° Bowl by R O K O S R O K O S Rokos creates playful, functional, sculptural products that behave in unexpected ways. The products encourage a richer interactive experience. Head designer Jim Rokos explores the physical properties of the materials to generate aesthetic, intriguing concepts. The brand offers exceptional quality not […] Read more


Design | May 13, 2013

Mini Bin Bin by Essey Essey Essey is a Danish design brand. It was founded in 2003 around the concept of using symbolism or metaphors to promote a given function or the inner nature of an object or a product. The products concept is called Symbolic Functionalism. The company have won the Red Dot award, […] Read more

Etto Studio

Design | May 7, 2013

Forest Bowl by Etto Studio Etto Studio Etto studio, run and owned by the designer Yaron Elyasi, is the creator of  “Free Molding Technology” (registered patent). Located in Israel, Yaron is known for pushing the limits and breaking the conventions in the plastic industry. Read more

Lianna Sheppard | Modugram

Design, Fashion | May 6, 2013

Tetra / Modu_Gram by Lianna Sheppard Lianna Sheppard | Modugram Modugram is a collection or series of pieces, each named separately including: “octa“, “tetra“, “edra“, “poly“. Inspired by mathematical models of shapes one might make as a child. It is a collection of 3D wearable structures on both small and large scale, initially created through […] Read more


Design | May 2, 2013

Knuckle Duster Mug Thabto Thabto (Two Heads Are Better Than One) is a design and giftware studio based in the heart of London, specialising in designing and producing a unique range of fun and original gifts, quirky accessories and design led homewares. After graduating in Product Design from Central Saint Martins, London in 2006, Thabto […] Read more

Peppermint Products*

Design | April 30, 2013

Pepper Troopers Peppermint Products* Peppermint Products is a young and dynamic Start-Up with the mission to create 21st century furniture products. Their concept is brilliantly simple, it’s furniture made of cardboard! “Taking raw materials and turning them into something useful. Therefore our design process does not take place in front of a screen, I mean, […] Read more

Daniel Jo | Korean Ceramic…

Design | March 29, 2013

Daniel Jo, Osulloc Tea Cup. Porcelain, Various glazes. 2011 Daniel Jo | Korean Ceramic Designer Daniel Jo is a comtemporary Korean ceramic brand and the designer’s name. Based on 10 years of studying Korean traditional art and craft, Daniel’s work has an unique structural feature that capture beauty of Korean nature. Read more

Folded Light Art + Design…

Design | March 26, 2013

Seven Star, cotton paper and LED light by Folded Light Art + Design Folded Light Art + Design | Cotton Paper Lights With a mathematically complex design and a very high level of craftsmanship, Jiangmei Wu‘s unique, sensuous lights illuminate a room through amazingly complex and original forms that reinvent the role of lighting in […] Read more


Design | March 21, 2013

TONWLT SL PRO, audio guide with anodized aluminium cas EMAMIDESIGN The Berlin based design studio Emamidesign was founded in 2005. Emamidesign offers its customers classical product design, but also develops its own design concepts and innovations. At the centre of this is the conviction that design is an absolutely essential factor for the success of […] Read more

PRAXIS & OYO Collections

Design | March 19, 2013

Pen USB memory stick designed by BIG-GAME for PRAXIS PRAXIS & OYO Collections PRAXIS is a design and manufacturing company with a commitment to quality production. “Objects in our collection are functional and useful on a daily basis. We work with European designers with respect and understanding to produce unique stylish items“. PRAXIS’ collection includes […] Read more

Camenzind Evolution | Google Tel…

Architecture, Design | March 15, 2013

Google Tel Aviv Office by Camenzind Evolution Camenzind Evolution | Google Tel Aviv Office At the end of December 2012, Google Israel has opened its spectacular new 8’000 m2 offices in Tel Aviv for their ever growing teams of engineers, sales and marketing. Designed by Swiss Design Team Camenzind Evolution, in collaboration with Israeli Design […] Read more


Design, Fashion | March 14, 2013

JAQET JAQET was established in 2012 by American car designer Jacques Flynn with a commitment to offering the sophisticated men of the world a slim, tailored, 100% handmade wallet that will stand the test of time. Inspired by all things stylish ranging from the early cowboy aesthetic to modern fashion, the JAQET brand embodies a […] Read more


Design | March 11, 2013

Flex Bench Top Bin JON LIOW Jon Liow is a Melbourne-based designer who is passionate about products that function; products that enable; products that solve problems; and products that inspire. He believes in using design to create beauty in every part of life. Whether it’s on the dining table of the rich and famous, or […] Read more

J. Mayer H. Architects |…

Design | February 28, 2013

Lazika Pier Sculpture by J. Mayer H. Architects J. Mayer H. Architects | Lazika Pier Sculpture Lazika is a new city in Georgia located on the Black Sea coast. The one hundred meter long Lazika Pier with its 31 meter high landmark sculpture is one of the first structures to mark the beginning of the […] Read more

Timo Niskanen | Desk Lamps

Design | February 22, 2013

Loop lamp, prototype, by Timo Niskanen Timo Niskanen | Desk Lamps Timo Niskanen studied industrial design at the Alto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture and is currently working as a freelance designer. He is especially interested in design for everyday life and mainly works in fields of design management and concept design. Before […] Read more