via Yatzer™ | Nuremberg Trials by Tino Seubert
Great ideas don’t appear often and when they do, they certainly make the difference! This is the case of Tino Seubert (29.12.1986) a talented young designer from Germany that, having Italy as his base, is inspired by great historical moments for his creations.
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The private residence of architect Koen Heijse of the young Ghent based office Caan Architecten is a thoroughgoing paradox between minimalism and maximalism.
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via Yatzer™ | photo by Erieta Attali
Breathtaking, picturesque, stunning… all words that are commonly used when describing the Greek Island of Santorini. Known as the “honeymoon” island, visitors come from all over the world for the legendary sunsets and steep cliffs that lead down to seemingly untouched beaches.
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Photos by Gustavo Sanabria
The latest installation by Luzinterruptus – in Madrid.
circa 05/08/10 © Junichi Nakagawa
circa 04/21/10 © Junichi Nakagawa
Architect Junichi Nakagawa gained extensive experience both in the field and office. We have seen some of the well-executed projects when he was still working for a small “komuten” (a general contracting company) in Tokyo. Continue Reading
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C’est très joli !
Dior Haute Joaillerie’s Victoire de Castellane Unveils Her Botanical Sculptures at Gagosian Paris
For her debut solo art exhibition Fleurs d’Excès, Victoire de Castellane remade the Gagosian Gallery in Paris into an imagined Eden.
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