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Everything Is Design: Revisiting the Legacy of the Bauhaus School

Vitra Design Museum presents the exhibition The Bauhaus #itsalldesign, the first comprehensive survey of design from the legendary ‘Staatliches Bauhaus’ school founded in 1919 by architect Walter Gropius.

Remote Places to Stay: A Book for a Journey to the End of the World

“In an age of acceleration, nothing is so cherished as slowness,” writes essayist and novelist Pico Iyer in his reflective preface for the book Remote Places to Stay — an exceptional hardcover featuring 22 of the world’s remotest travel destinations.

'A Pocket of India' Short Film by Julian Lucas

Australian director Julian Lucas, of Melbourne-based film company Wildebeest, produced this captivating visual portrait of India during a visit with his girlfriend in early 2015.

Dominion Office Building in Moscow, Russia by Zaha Hadid Architects

Situated on Sharikopodshipnikovskaya Street in Moscow’s southern district, the Dominion Office Building was designed as a workplace where interaction and cross-pollination between creative groups is key.

Boutique Hotel Meets Student Housing - The Student Hotel by ...,staat

The world of hospitality has cleverly adapted to rapid social changes with creative solutions, whilst initiating striking interior design trends that have both shaped today’s hotels and set expectations.

Vault of Knowledge: Fangsuo Bookstore in Chengdu, China

Fangsuo Bookstore in Chengdu, Sichuan, is not just a bookstore. Designed by Taiwanese designer Chu Chih-Kang, it is also as a community meeting place and a temple-like space of contemplation.

Decoding the Stars with Dom Pérignon and Ferran Adrià

“In victory one deserves it, in defeat one needs it,” said Napoleon, referring to that most exquisite of all things French: champagne.

Xavier Veilhan’s Short Film 'Matching Numbers' Takes us on an Unusual Tour of the Paris Opera

As far as classical ballet and opera are concerned, few theatres around the world can match the level of artistry seen at France’s leading opera company, the Paris National Opera.

A Traditional Hutong in Beijing Reborn into a New Age Tea House

Hutong, a word of Mongolian origin meaning water well, is used to describe a lane formed by the outer walls of traditional courtyard houses, usually sharing a well in the middle.

Tiziana Serretta: A Creative Collision of Fashion and Art

From the magnificent palazzi of Palermo to her ancestral futuristic apartment in Milan, and the exquisite diversity of the Kenyan landscape to her skyscraper office overlooking Panama City - that somehow in turn led to the roots of a mysterious “desire tree” in New York City.

A Canopy Made of 10,000 BIC Pens by AAU Anastas

Prepare to be completely awe inspired by the simple BIC pen. An incredible 24 sqm pavilion, made up of 10,000 BIC pens, has been created by international architecture practice AAU Anastas for the International Association for Shell for the Spatial Structures (IASS) symposium held in Amsterdam in August 2015 at the Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ.

Luchtsingel Bridge Meets the Contributing Citizens of Rotterdam

The 390-metre-long, Luchtsingel pedestrian footbridge in the city of Rotterdam was completed this summer, after a construction period spanning almost 3 years.

Casa Lara in São Paulo by Felipe Hess

From the architecture studio of Felipe Hess comes this simple and practical house in São Paulo that generously opens out onto its surroundings.

Casting 'Shadovvs': Three-Dimensional Op-Art by Matt W. Moore

Influenced by abstract op-art’s geometric patterns and an illustrator’s keen eye for colour and clean-cut forms are the main characteristics of American artist and designer Matt.

Uninterpreted Dreams and other Divinations by Petros Koublis

In his latest body of work, Greek photographer Petros Koublis presents a series of images that, as he explains, “focuses on the way we perceive the world through our senses.” Resulting from his recent research in the writings of the Neoplatonic school and the ‘Oneirokritika’ treatise by Ancient Greek diviner Artemidorus Daldianus, the ‘In Dreams’ series was not created as a visualisation of that time’s philosophical thought, but was rather conceived as a process that seeks to bypass the mind in order to “release the perceiving force of our senses.” Filled with dream-like imagery and the compelling visual sensibility that has earned Koublis’ international acclaim, the series reveals a daring experimental mood, as well as a deep understanding of how the visual work of art can summon our other senses in a way that is more related to the dark channels of intuition and reflexes than the conscious mind.

Once in a Lifetime Vol.2, a Book of Perceptual Geography

An unexpected voyage in itself, ‘Once in a Lifetime Vol. 2’ is a book about fascinating destinations that was released by Gestalten in August 2015.

Messner Mountain Museum in South Tyrol by Zaha Hadid Architects

Perched atop Mount Kronplatz in Italy’s South Tyrol province, the new Messner Mountain Museum - Corones is the sixth and final chapter in a series of museums dedicated to mountaineering by renowned climber Reinhold Messner.

Discover the 2015 Nike Teck Pack Collection and the Spectacular Nike Studio in Beijing, China

The international sportswear brand has just released its new Tech Pack Collection of high-performance training clothing, recruiting some of the world’s top athletes to promote its fresh designs.

A former lingerie factory is transformed into Arno Brandlhuber’s Antivilla in Potsdam, Germany. 

Complying with safety instructions just isn’t his thing. Covering up hot water pipes with insulation because of regulations?

The Golden Hands of Van Cleef & Arpels

I’m always excited to return to Paris, perhaps my favourite city in the world - but my last visit there was even more special, because I had the rare opportunity to visit the inner sanctum of Van Cleef & Arpels on Place Vendôme: namely, the Ateliers, where a small army of highly skilled craftspeople work to create the maison’s high jewellery creations.