You can obviously approach architecture in many different ways. I often think those people who are attracted to the engineering side of things are fascinated by the structure and how the construction comes together. Not knocking this way of thinking, but I feel contemporary architecture has put so m
In this world, you would be hard pressed to find anything more majestic than a beach. The clear blue sky, the powerful water and the endless landscape of sand comes together to provide a peaceful and scenic vibe that makes all of want to take a pilgrimage to the beach at least once a year. […
Looking for texture, shape, and colour combined? Look no further than the work of talented Chinese artist Yewen Dong who expresses herself through a number of different materials.
Brooklyn based furniture design studio 'Sun at Six' captured my attention as I was drawn to the silhouettes that are thin in form but still value the use of natural materials such as leather and wood.
China-based studio Neri&Hu have been applying both Eastern and Western styles to create some intriguing architecture that incorporates traditional elements with a modernist spin.
Josefina Munoz is a designer based in Geneva, Switzerland who, with the help of craftsmen at the Shu Shifu workshop in China, produced a special collection of 9 ceramic objects.
Originally from northeast China, Gu Qi moved to Beijing and started to produce some of his designs with the help of a local artisans. Here's a mixture of pieces from his collection.
Photographer Jiaxi Yang has relocated everyday objects and has changed their context and function, calling our attention to the items that we use and challenging how we interact with them.
Sjoerd Knibbeler & Rob Wetzer have collaborated on The Bonsai Project, thanks to their fascination for the experience of nature and the cultivation of our natural environment.
Since there’s been so much great film floating around recently we haven’t showcased too much photography, so when I stumbled across the captivating portfolio of Bas Princen this morning it made for quite a refreshing change. Bas is based in Rotterdam and is currently represented at the V
Beijing based store Lost & Found really caught my attention, particularly the photography of the furniture on their website. A lot of the products that they are involved in are based on a Danish/Scandinavian aesthetic, some of it also from Japan.