11 jul. 2017

Grzywinski + Pons




Eden Locke



Treves & Hyde



Leman Locke London



120 Allen Street




Boro Hotel

These practice based in New York founded by Matthew Grzywinski and Amador Pons reflect what is in my opinion the fresh contemporary interior design style. Fresh, fun and relying on the honesty of the materials. 









7 jul. 2017

Wolfgang Tillmans Hope for London


Yesterday the magazine ES from the Evening Standard dedicated a limited edition of front overs dedicated to the recent tragedies occurred in London... I picked Mr Tillmans one. I like his concept about hope and the city of London perfectly framed on an image going up the tube escalators. Perfect excuse to refresh and pic some of my favourite pieces of his work.







6 jul. 2017

Alex Monroe Workshop

by DSDHA Architects





Beautiful concept for a facade on an existing building in South London. The new building has added 2 stories to the old construction bringing the vertical communications to the front facade. According to the architects "the metal moire screen offers tantalising glimpses of activities inside". 

19 may. 2017

Disfrutar Restaurant

by El Equipo Creativo








During MIlan Design Week this Year I went to the celebration of FRAME 20th anniversary talk about he future of hospitality and had the chance to see El Equipo Creativo work in more depth, presented by Natali Canas del Pozo herself. Very inspiring work, but important an interesting creative process that comes from a very conceptual start in every project.  

25 abr. 2017

Lycée Schorge

by Kere Architecture





Very inspiring the architecture of Diebedo Francis Kere. German trained African architect, who addressed local conditions carefully develop on site and most of them financed through Kere Foundation. His language is experimental and crafted by locals.
Very exciting to know that Kere Architecture is behind the Serpentine Pavilion this year. 


10 abr. 2017

Fiona Lynch


WIlliamstown House

Anchovy restaurant
Smalls Wine Bar


Cannings Butchers
If there is a Australian style, in my opinion Fiona Lynch will be the perfect representative of it. Fresh, lay back, light and honest. It is not radical, but it is innovative in the use of materials but mostly and careful attention to details.

3 mar. 2017

Haegue Yang




Haegue Yang / Mountains of Encounter from Studio Haegue Yang 양혜규 on Vimeo.

South Korean artist whose work attempt to provide sensory experiences through abstract narratives and the use of household objects.

http://www.heikejung.de/

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