Category Archives: Architecture
Boxpark, the world’s first pop-up shopping mall, is now open in Shoreditch. Fabricated from over sixty recycled shipping containers over two levels, the temporary development looks at retail in a new light – a solution that is affordable, environmental and … Continue reading
Project for the Abbey of Bellelay, 2011. For the exhibition in the former monastery of Bellelay, Florian Graf turned the church into his own studio and apartment. In the entrance area, he built a 12 m high geometric sculpture which seemed … Continue reading
Iris Apfel is a famous fashion icon and interior designer. Her work extends from business and interior design to restoration. Iris Apfel has studied art history at New York University and has attended art school. Her impressive style and taste have … Continue reading
Shanghai-based German architectural firm Logon handled the architecture and exterior of the museum. Germany’s Glashütte Lambets supplied the enameled glass used for the museum’s façade inscribed with glass-industry terms in ten languages.
In an attempt to save money on rent Dai Haifei, a 24-year-old architect in Beijing has constructed a mobile egg-shaped home from bamboo, wood and grass seed.
Splendours of Imperial India – British Architecture in the 18th and 19th Centuries by Andreas Volwahsen
Leading global eyewear brand Kirk Originals celebrates the official launch of the central London flagship store this January 27th. Located at 6 Conduit Street, on one of London’s finest shopping destinations, the new flagship store provides a fun, fashion-focussed experience … Continue reading
The Elastic Plastic Sponge was created by students from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) led by Benjamin Ball, Gaston Nogues and Andrew Lyon of the Ball-Nogues Studio. The Elastic Plastic Sponge is a large scale installation and can … Continue reading