FAWNS Short Film by Thanasis Tsimpinis; For Without LOVE we are Nothing...

14 October 2014 {1} Comment

We are totally in love with both the imagery and the script of the touching new film FAWNS by Greek filmmaker Thanasis Tsimpinis, which premiered a few days ago at the 20th Athens International Film Festival in Greece. [...]

Return to the Sea: Saltworks by Motoi Yamamoto

12 October 2014 No Comments

A pioneering contemporary artist, Tokyo-born Motoi Yamamoto carves monumental two dimensional sculptures of entire oceans, shattered planets, typhoons, mountain ranges, fractured staircases and vast plains of brain-like coils using just the one medium: SALT. [...]

Why Eileen Gray Matters

11 October 2014 {3} Comments

The 2014 Architecture & Design Film Festival will celebrate its sixth season in New York City with the world premiere of a new Eileen Gray documentary. Directed by Marco Orsini and aptly titled Gray Matters, the documentary tells the intricate story of one of the 20th century’s most prominent and pivotal modernist designers. [...]

Architect’s Jewellery by Diego Delgado-Elias

09 October 2014 No Comments

Architect and interior designer Diego Delgado-Elias finds inspiration in the basic tools that every architect uses in model design and construction in these refined silver rings. [...]

The Naked Truth: Compelling Art Photography by Evelyn Bencicova

08 October 2014 No Comments

Young Berlin-based photographer Evelyn Bencicova creates eerie compositions with human bodies in empty, cold spaces for her Ecce Homo series, as a means to explore and comment upon human relationships and social behaviour. [...]

Marc Giai-Miniet’s Nightmarish ‘Theatre of Memory’ on Show in New York

07 October 2014 {1} Comment
11 October 2014 - 08 November 2014

With his eerie twists on children’s dolls houses, French artist Marc Giai-Miniet’s dioramas, or miniature 3D theatres or boxes, are disturbing metaphors for the human condition that succeed in rattling our curiosity wide-awake. [...]

Apartamento Sergipe by Felipe Hess in São Paulo, Brazil

02 October 2014 No Comments

A bright yellow entrance, modernist furniture and a dramatic 10-meter-long multi-purpose table are just some of the features in this private apartment in a 1960's building in São Paulo, designed by the architecture office of Felipe Hess. [...]

Florian Pucher Turns Aerial Photos into... Landcarpets

01 October 2014 {2} Comments

Inspired by real aerial photos of the countryside, staring at the floor has never been more inspiring, with this unique collection of ‘Landcarpet’ rugs designed by Florian Pucher. [...]