Sky Club House is a production project that DOMANI researched in for Times Property. Architecture, interior and device display are all created by Ann Yu, Director of Creation.
During his creative process for Filo, designer Andrea Anastasio became inspired by the idea of deconstructing the traditional lamp form. By separating individual pieces that comprise it – the light source, the base, decoration elements and electrical wiring – Anastasio brought out each part’s own structural and aesthetic characteristics. Filo comes from the desire to
Olas Design’s GH Bike Rack is a visually light and conceptually minimal solution to bike and helmet storage.
Brooklyn based designer, Fernando Mastrangelo, is known for his ability to challenge our understanding of seemingly commonplace materials.
German jewellery designer, Xenia Bous, worked with an impressive list of luxury brands before creating her own label in 2013.
A combination of striking delicacy and subtle shapes, the Spokes large pendant is one of the most recent releases in the Foscarini collection.
Hell’o collective is comprised of two Brussels based artists; Jérôme Meynen (Blastus) & Antoine Detaille (Tatone) who joined together in the late 90s.
The House of Vincent is an emerging Danish fashion and lifestyle studio that offers a completely fresh approach to contemporary design.
Nesting in the structure of an old residential complex in Guangzhou, China, architecture practice LUKSTUDIO redeveloped a vacant storefronts in the name of Atelier Peter Fong. The Shanghai studio creatively used the space to bring life to a cafe, a meeting room, a lounge and a barnstorming area. The irregular columns and dividers simultaneously open and close
Moving away from the blush tones of her other recent pieces, slava varsovia brings us a new grey scale collection of timeless bags.
Having previously set-up the highly acclaimed design studio Grandpeople, Norwegian graphic designer Magnus Voll Mathiassen went on to set up a new personal studio MVM in 2009
Before her untimely death in March this year, celebrated architect Zaha Hadid developed a range of jewellery in conjunction with Danish design house, Georg Jensen. These works, including a twisted cuff and double finger ring, encapsulate Hadid’s infamous sculptural designs, a sensual combination of the organic and the structural. The use of positive and negative