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Mark deJong’s Experiential ‘Swing House’ [Cincinnati]

Mark deJong’s Experiential ‘Swing House’ [Cincinnati]

Contemporary artist Mark de Jong has been working on Swing House for more than three years. He has removed the interior walls and upper floors and built a swing right in the middle of the opened-up
4 Renovation Ideas for Small Apartments by Batiik Studio

4 Renovation Ideas for Small Apartments by Batiik Studio

Parison-based interior design agency, Batiik Studio has ingenious ideas when it comes to maximize the uses of everyday life by creating complex custom modular living spaces. If you are in need of
An Iranian Mood for Apparatus ‘Act III’ Collection

An Iranian Mood for Apparatus ‘Act III’ Collection

New York-based design studio Apparatus had the great idea to showcase their latest collection, ACT III, in a gorgeous new film from director Matthew Placek and Gabriel Hendifar, Apparatus creative
A Different Point of View on Fire Station

A Different Point of View on Fire Station

“It so happened that the bathroom window of my workshop looked right over Chai Wan Fire Station, and offered a vantage point for an omniscient view of whatever was going on down there: assemblies,
Spirit of the City installation by United Visual Artists at A/D/O [BROOKLYN]

Spirit of the City installation by United Visual Artists at A/D/O [BROOKLYN]

London-based United Visual Artists just opened a new immersive installation at MINI’s A/D/O creative space in Brooklyn. Titled ‘Spirit of the City,’ the installation is made of 9-feet-tall rotating
Alan Belcher Study on the ‘JPEG Icon’

Alan Belcher Study on the ‘JPEG Icon’

American conceptual artist Alan Belcher conceived and realized in 2012 a set of ceramic works transforming an “object”, the universal JPEG icon which is now the main means of access to all
Tom Dixon New Shop in New York

Tom Dixon New Shop in New York

Just in time for NYCxDESIGN, one of Trendland’s favorite British designer, Tom Dixon just opened its new home in New York City for the brand’s latest experiments, innovations and collaborations.(...)
Minimalist ‘Lantern Studio’ by Surman Weston

Minimalist ‘Lantern Studio’ by Surman Weston

London-based design studio Surman Weston were asked to design a space for studying, relaxing, entertaining and above all somewhere that would encourage more engagement with an exceptionally mature,
Gowanus Inn and Yard Hotel by  SAVVY Studio [BROOKLYN]

Gowanus Inn and Yard Hotel by SAVVY Studio [BROOKLYN]

Located in Gowanus, the new up and coming Brooklyn neighborhood, Gowanus Inn and Yard is a new 76-room hotel designed by New York and Mexico City-based SAVVY Studio(...) Read More about Gowanus Inn
The taste of Parisian life at Parister Hotel

The taste of Parisian life at Parister Hotel

Stepping out of Parister Hotel, you immediately jump into the local Parisian life. There are cafes, boulangeries, bars. The lively 9th arrondissement, however, seems quiet as soon as you find yourself
A Pool in a Sao-Paulo Duplex Apartment by Fernanda Marques Architects

A Pool in a Sao-Paulo Duplex Apartment by Fernanda Marques Architects

Brazilian architect Fernanda Marques has installed a stunning glass-walled swimming pool in the garden of a duplex apartment in São Paulo’s upscale residential neighborhood of Villa Nova Conceição.
Kiva Ford’s Stunning ‘Metamorphosis Aquariums’

Kiva Ford’s Stunning ‘Metamorphosis Aquariums’

Kiva Ford‘s passion with glass began early in life, and was anchored with his college degree in Scientific Glassblowing. Through years of work creating complex glass instruments for scientist’s use,
Naturalia: The Beauty of Nature Reclaiming Its Rights

Naturalia: The Beauty of Nature Reclaiming Its Rights

Following our article of Filip Bodas 3D abandoned Pop Icons structures, we are now seeing the real result of nature reclaiming back its place with this intriguing series, ‘Naturalia’ by French
Pop Culture Dystopia by Filip Hodas

Pop Culture Dystopia by Filip Hodas

In this ongoing instagram series, Prague based digital artist Filip Hodas explores the dystopian world of pop-culture icons.(...) Read More about Pop Culture Dystopia by Filip Hodas (81 words)
“Alone Together” Installation by Johanna Grawunder [Milan Design Week 18]

“Alone Together” Installation by Johanna Grawunder [Milan Design Week 18]

Another Milan Design Week event we enjoyed was the “Alone Together” installation from American artist Johanna Grawunder at Milan creative space: Assab One – The installation of empty spaces punctuated
Hotel Esencia – The Rarity of Uniqueness [Tulum]

Hotel Esencia – The Rarity of Uniqueness [Tulum]

In the Mayan Riviera there is a place of privacy, an elegant hide-away that primes for a new kind of luxury: an understated, positive luxury. Hotel Esencia, a former palace for an Italian Duchess, was
Lina Ekstrand Illustrations

Lina Ekstrand Illustrations

Lovely editorial illustrations by Lina Ekstrand for the Swedish business newspaper Dagens Industri. Illustrated in her sophisticated and unmistakable style, she drew diverse subjects relating to food
Tatter: Textile Arts Center Magazine

Tatter: Textile Arts Center Magazine

Creative director Devin Sullivan and photographer Stephen Kent Johnson collaborated together on this inspiring editorial published in the Textile Arts Center magazine, Tatter.(...) Read More about
Design Meets Dance for ‘Hong Kong Ballet’ New AD Campaign

Design Meets Dance for ‘Hong Kong Ballet’ New AD Campaign

Today, Hong Kong Ballet is unveiling its most edgy, unexpected, visually stunning seasonal campaign: ‘Never Stand Still’ reflecting well the cutting-edge vision of their new artistic director Septime
Urban Bloom Project [Shanghai]

Urban Bloom Project [Shanghai]

The collaboration between AIM Architecture and URBAN MATTERS, ‘Urban Bloom Project’ is an experimental project putting space and activities above infrastructure.(...) Read More about Urban Bloom