The Italian sneaker player Diadora dig into their archives to revive for the very first time, one of their most iconic ’90s runners – the S8000. The brand has completely reconstructed the original for a modern-day release, exactly how they did with the N9000 silhouette, last year.
The “Espresso Ristretto” colorway signifies Diadora’s most limited release, with only a handful of select stockists offering the kicks.
Founded in 2005, Ontour is a contemporary brand from The Netherlands. Their street- and menswear aesthetics are made for the modern traveller who appreciates quality, simplicity and explores the edge every now and then.
The Spring/Summer 2016 collection is perfectly executed with a distinctly European minimalist aplomb, in a largely tonal palette that makes heavy use of crisp white fabrics.
Located in Szczecin, Poland, the Philharmonic Hall building was designed by the Spanish architecture firm Estudio Barozzi.
The monumental Philharmonic Hall emerges from its urban context, influenced by the steeply pitched roofs and the verticality of the city’s residential buildings, by the monumentality of the upright ornaments of its neo-Gothic churches and the heavy volumes of its Classicist buildings, by the towers that dot its entire skyline and the cranes of its port.
Sydney Sie‘s artwork is often rife with gradient color, optical illusion and everything about feminine.
The project “The Nothingness of Amelie” is full of comfortable colors, and it’s just like lying on an extremely soft bed, which like lying in the cloud. At some point, all of them will dissolve into nothingness.
Like a sculpture chiseling away at a block of marble to uncover the sculpture inside, the design process must reveal the essential nature of the product.
Inspired by the minimalism and simplicity of Scandinavian design, the beautiful wooden toys created by Norwegian studio Permafrost – make no exception.
This series of brilliant illustrations presents selected history of the experimental car concepts from the early 20th century to the 1980s – in context of the period modern architecture. The editorial was created for Prague-based Proč Ne?! lifestyle magazine by the creative collective OKOLO.
Commissioned by Trend Compass, Memphis was created by design editor, stylist and photographer Floor Knaapen – to show the strong trend inspired by the designs from Memphis Milano.
To celebrate this style, Knaapen collected pieces of furniture from our time, showing some great works by: Memphis Milano, Wrong for Hay, Raf Simons for Kvadrat, Studio Job for Moooi, Maarten Baas, Molteni, Nathalie du Pasquier, Bertjan Pot for Golran, Patricia Urquiola for Moroso, Daphna Laurens, Os and Oos, Sigrid Calon, Tim Colmant, Mae Engelgeer, Moooi and many more.
Luscious Food Cravings is the creation of Ido Garini of Studio Appetit, in collaboration with dutch studio Lenneke Sispelwey. Together, the team has realized not only a collection of products for dining, but also an complete sojourn through the experiential activity of eating – a contemporary concept of multidisciplinary design.
Known as a menswear brand with two seasonal collections, multiple collaborations and a multi-brand online store, Norse Projects have come to define a new Scandinavian aesthetic, a modern and contemporary version of the classic Nordic minimalism.
With the Fall/Winter 2015, the crew make a much-welcome step into womenswear, exploring “the space between the worlds of art and function through a modernist inspired aesthetic.”