Built in 1926 and located close to Lake Como, in northern Italy. This gorgeous 270 square meters loft was kept in its original form and holds many of its owner own artwork. Architect and artist Marco Vido has been content with small steps to make it into his dream apartment.
Aussie brand Page Thirty Three’s new collection ‘Use Your Illusions’ explores future worlds from the past.They are inspired by primitive form, ancient ritual, and modern living.
The Japanese-Brazilian artist Tomie Ohtake was always a color lover and when she arrived in Brazil in 1936 she quickly found the home of her dream in Sao Paulo.
Are you sick and tired of the sun melting your Ice Cream? These are handmade from concrete and have a wooden paddle pop stick and cost only $14!
This gorgeous, entirely made of concrete Art Warehouse was built in Boeotia, Greece by A31 Architecture.
Indian design studio Material Immaterial have conceived these miniature concrete pieces that they fondly call “SPACES” to advocate and celebrate concrete’s beauty efficacy and its incalculable contribution to creating and defining spaces in the modern life.
Tofer Chin’s stalagmite installations at Maderas Village, Nicaragua, are not only an original addition to their natural landscape but also mark the beginning of an initiative to explore artistic collaborations among artists and spaces at the boutique hotel.
On 215 Ingraham Street In Brooklyn you find the cavernous-sized space “The 1896”.
Peek inside London’s new Issey Miyake Flagship store designed by Tokujin Yoshioka on Brook street in Mayfair.
If you live in Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles or have even driven on Sunset to get to Pacific Coast Highway chances are you have noticed this architectural landmark of a house that hangs in solus above the bluff as you take the turn up to Chautauqua.
Stockholm-based designer David Taylor combines post-industrial waste and precious metal to create products of graphic amalgamation.
ARX Portugal is an architecture firm based in Lisbon with an experimental approach to design.
After looking for a singular space in Berlin, both for living and exhibiting their vast contemporary-art collection, Christian Boros and his wife, Karen Lohmann discovered an old five-story bunker in the central neighborhood of Mitte, Berlin. They were looking for something big and really interesting from a historical point of view. And they found it!…
A simple rule: when you need a pop of color, use yellow.
How do minimalists do it?
This great contemporary hotel is located in the most trendy area of Shanghai at South Bund. Designed by Neri & Hu in 2010, ‘The Waterhouse’ hotel was originally a warehouse from the 1930’s that has been converted to accommodate 19 private rooms as well as
It is rare to find a place like this in Barcelona! Originally a textile workshop, the 1830 Sqft (170 square meters) space was fully redone and became a true NY style loft with large open spaces, high ceilings, large windows, structural beams in sight and the mix of wood and concrete for texture. The
After discovering the concrete design by Shnmuel Linksi, here is Stitching Concrete, a project by industrial design graduate Florian Schmid. Using the new material Concrete Canvas, it combines the softness of cloth with the stability of concrete to make these beautiful stools.
Israeli product designer Shmuel Linski has a passion for working with raw, rough materials. This love brought him to using concrete as the main material in unexpected consumer products. Here are two products of his latest design: speakers and coffee machine.