Alphabet of Light


Bjarke Ingels teamed up with Artemide to design a series of lights based on words and graphic signs. The Alphabet of light consists of  two linear elements of different length and two round owns that are combined with a system of letters, numbers and symbols.  The round elements, available in two diameters, can be separated […]


New Furniture


The recent exhibition at the design gallery Chambers, in New York presents a collection of furniture, curated by Matylda Krzykowski as an homage to  Richard Hamilton`s work from 1956, titled „Just what is it that makes today’s homes so different, so appealing?“ At that time the work was a commentary on the dawn of the consumer […]


Coachella Festival 2016

Katrina Chairs art at Coachella, in Indio, CA, USA, on 15 April, 2016.

The annual Californian music festival, ‚Coachella‘ hit off this weekend. Besides the musical interventions, there are visual artists, architects, sculptors, and designers involved in turning the festival into what it is. Above are some of this years highlights by Jimenez Lai , Alex Arrechea, Phillip K. Smith III and the Do LaB.  


Treehouse by architect Aibek Almassov


Architect Aibek Almassov has designed a tubular glass house which would wrap around an existing tree, bringing nature right into the heart of the home. The design, which doesn’t yet have plans to be completed after an investor pulled out, is a windows key response to the „sweltering concrete boxes“ so many of us live […]


Serpentine Pavilion 2016 by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG)

Serpentine Pavilion 2016 designed by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG); Design render © Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG)

This year, the prestigious Pavilion of Londons Serpentine Galleries will be designed by Danish architecture studio Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG). The design will be made from a series of box-like fiberglass frames stacked on top of each other, in a pattern based on a common brick wall. The architect imagined the pavilion as solid wall that has been […]


Levity lights by Truly Truly design studio


The Netherland-based design studio, ‚Truly Truly‘ has developed ‚Levity‘ a series of flexible LED lights, both for the floor and ceiling. Enclosed within a flexible loop, which hangs freely in the one version and in others drapes across a steel frame, an LED source generates a settle and gentle source of light. The woven textile exteriors […]


Jean Paul Gaultier has initials to sit on


French fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier customised his initials from the Typographia seating range by French brand Tabisso. As a design feature, he used a distressed-looking fabric to upholster them. The special editions are called Nature et Découverte, and have faux-suede covers patterned to looking rust.Supplied by Lelièvre, the soft fabric was chosen to contrast with the rough appearance […]