It is now possible to play among the masterpieces of Magritte, Dali and Picasso. To celebrate its 40th anniversary, the Centre Pompidou’s Kid’s Gallery is hosting a huge installation that allows its youngest visitors to discover the modern art museum’s collections through interaction and fun.
How to rethink an object as simple in its functionality as the zipper? Japanese design studio Nendo does not just offer one, but five reinventions of this everyday object in partnership with YKK, the world leader in fastener and closure manufacturing.
When the architectural fashion of Glenn Martens, the highly creative founder of the Paris label Y/Project, meets the ethical luxury of Bruno Pieters, the result is a capsule collection of six pieces that are as desirable as they are responsible.
Who said that avant-garde fashion couldn’t concern itself with environmental issues? Certainly not Glenn Martens and Bruno Pieters, who have combined their talents and today launched Honest by Y/Project, a unisex capsule collection inspired by Marten’s iconic style, along with Pieter’s eco-friendly expertise.
UNStudio architecture studio unveiled plans for the Wasl Tower, its new skyscraper project located in Dubai. But what is so special about it? Its 300-meter-high façade covered with ceramic tiles that, when illuminated, create the illusion of a breathing building.
In a designer spirit, architect Zooco Estudio has created a wine shop in Vinoceta, Spain, inspired by the architecture of traditional wine cellars with added touches of modernity.
You would be forgiven for thinking it’s a flying saucer, but it is actually a historic Viennese building that has been completely redesigned. For his project LWZ 38, architecture student Gonzalo Vaillo used a graphic style to redesign the façade of a building designed by the famous Otti Wagner.
Creating fabric using natural and recycled materials, according to the principles of circular economy? That is the challenge set out each year by Tintex, a company that has made eco-technology its defining feature.
In the central Brooklyn neighbourhood of Greenpoint, the A/D/O creative space conceived by Assemble Studio, where earlier this year a ceramic workshop was set up, is currently home to a prototype ‘micro-home’. This ultra-functional home seeks to find possible solutions to the lack of space in urban areas.