House located in Nanayama village, Saga, Japan, interior renovation by Design Nico aka Japanese architects Kawamoto Takashi and Kazuya Matsuda.
Design proposal for the renovation of a two-story tie shop in Tokyo, by Japanese architect Shuichiro Yoshida. The concept is based on a staggered arch system to create separate areas inside the shop and lead client; basic materials: black plaster mixed with carbon.
Design / renderings cortesy of Shuichiro Yoshida
previously: Tube hair salon in Athens
A convertible 60sqm apartment divided lengthwise by a multi-functional plywood structure, designed by Russian architect Vlad Mishin.
“Main part of transforming blocks creates space of a common room. It is three rotating blocks, main one has tv-panel. Block rotates on its axis and it makes possible to look tv from different places- bedroom, kitchen and common room. Two other blocks are folding and auxiliary, they also serve as door opening to bedroom.”
The Nike PR room, Tokyo, designed by Torafu architects.
Boutique Isabel Marant in New York, created by architect Nicolas André.
Photos: Adria Goula
a synthesis of wood and ceramic sculptural hangers and hooks, by llot llov
vinyl sticker no.8090 from walltattoos