Yiorgos Trichas Ceramic Design. Words turned into Objects. Handmade ceramics with an autonomous artistic value. Ceramic Design turned out as the perfect solution for the artist. Yiorgos Trichas grew up in the bustling Athens, a city formed by contradictions. From a young age he searched for the right words in which he would describe the […]
A Contemporary Tale That Dwells In History Not often does a Renaissance-era church reinvent itself as a contemporary residence. But when it does, the result can be particularly breathtaking. The newly unveiled Church of Tas in Sopuerta, Spain, is a fascinating if unusual example of adaptive reuse. Expertly executed by Garmendia Cordero Architects, the project […]
Housed in Victorian environs of London’s iconic and bustling King’s Cross Station, Tom Dixon ’s Coal Office creates a new vocabulary for adaptive reuse.
Cafezal, Milan A Trendy Tribute To Caffeine And Design Italians don’t need to be told how to take their coffee. For them, brewing the perfect cup is an art, a science, and a tradition all in one. So while coffee has always been welcome in Italy, the ebbs and flows of coffee culture […]
Aut vincere aut mori Either to conquer or to die Architect Daniel Nagaets Ukrainian, spends his time teaching to students, running his office in Kiev. After our request, he remembers one of his most challenging projects, restaurant Aut Vincere aut Mori and he answers our questions below. What kind of works […]
Normann Copenhagen Normann Copenhagen is a danish brand, launched by Jan Andersen and Poul Madsen in 1999. The company has become increasingly responsive to new trends in the design industry. As a matter of fact, the store has a proud collection of furniture, lighting, textiles and home accessories. What is more handpicked clothing and fashion items are carefully […]