Designed by Marcello Gandini of Bertone, Lamborghini Marzal is a concept car which made its debut at the 1967 Geneva Motor Show.
Although it ultimately remained a one-off – though the general shape and many of the ideas would later be used in the Lamborghini Espada – the Marzal is one of the definitive cars of the post-War coachbuilding industry that was dominated by the ever-expressive italians.
Broad Ferrari histories often give short shrift to some of the marque’s most fascinating early sports racers, many of which occupy truly unique cross-sections of Maranello design and competition history.
Such is the case with the 410 Sport Berlinetta, of which only four examples were built in 1955, with the specific intent of winning the notorious Carrera Panamericana road race.
Located in Collingwood, Australia, this tiny apartment of visual merchandiser and die-hard design enthusiast Heilam Choy, is available for rent. Over the past few years, Heilam amassed a seriously impressive collection of designer furniture, artwork and original design pieces, all of which are displayed in museum-like order in his meticulously kept apartment.
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.
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.
Over the years we have lost our appreciation for candy. What used to be a luxurious treat, now ended up being a folks disease. If you look at the backside of one of the nowadays brightly colored plastic candy bags, you will find a longlisted collection of ingredients you probably never heard of before.
The Tomorrow Collective is about exploring ways of enabling us to live a sustainable life in the future. Inspired by past knowledge of how to grow, make and be, their projects present concepts for modern tools and systems that can be used in a cyclic sense, within private homes or to share in smaller communities.
The Phantom Corsair was a marvel of futuristic design when it was shown publicly for the first time in 1938. The uniquely laid out body gave it seating for 6 but only 2 doors and 2 windows either side, giving it a beautiful, clean profile and leaving it still looking futuristic, even 70+ years later.
The prototype automobile was designed in 1938 by Rust Heinz (of the H. J. Heinz family) and Maurice Schwartz of the California based Bohman & Schwartz coach building company.
Photographer Line Klein and stylist Nathalie Schwer put together this beautifully experimental shoot for Broste’s SS 2014 collection.
They used splashes of color over a monochrome background, very minimalistic elements – such as raw materials, and food – adding life to the scandinavian perspective concept.