Originally known as Case Study House No. 8, the Eames House was such a spatially pleasant modern residence that it became the home of the architects themselves. Charles and Ray Eames began designing the house in 1945 for the Case Study House Program in Los Angeles’ Arts and Architecture Magazine published and built these case study homes that had to focus on the use of new materials and technologies developed during World War II.
The Cologne-based brand PinqPonq is a newbie on the scene specialized in nice companion pieces for urban people.
PinqPonq love beautiful things. And make bags for people who tipically live in the city and their needs. Active, on the move, busy flexible, modern and confident.
GARAGE Magazine is a biannual print publication that brings to life the most original and ambitious collaborative projects across contemporary art and fashion.
The magazine was launched in 2011 by Editor-in-Chief Dasha Zhukova, taking its name and spirit from Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow – the groundbreaking international art institution founded in 2008.
Every morning, the London-based couple Mark van Beek and Michael Zee eat matching breakfasts. They’ve cooked up a beautifully symmetrical instagram account based on the meals. Zee is the chef and photographer who arranges the dishes and snaps daily, high-angle photos for his account – @symmetrybreakfast.
Jacqueline Surdell is an artist living and working in Los Angeles, California. Her work explores macramé-knotting techniques as a type of connective drawing device, a way to create structure and define space. It is a transformative technique combining the reedy and slack with volume and shape. The performative, repetitive nature of the technique imbues an element of time as much as it speaks of space and volume.
Born in New York City, KITH has always delivered an aesthetic derived from the darker street-centric environment they reside in. While New York City and Los Angeles lie on opposite ends of the country, the Asics Gel Sight silhouette was used as the base to tell the story of both cities.
The hungarian-based illustrator and graphic designer Barbara Bernat came up with a fictional currency for the Hungarian euro, a banknote series for her MA degree project.
The common side of each note features european animals, the other side shows related species of plants.