Skate ramp-style fitting rooms and church-like archways feature inside this menswear store in Shanghai , which Kokaistudios has designed to reflect the “eclecticism” of city life. Read more
Our pick of the best jobs in architecture, interiors and design available on Dezeen Jobs this week includes opportunities at tech giant Apple and David Chipperfield Architects . Read more
the use of brick in the renovation made it possible to retain the building’s original architectural principle and its inward-looking and private character. The post opus 5 architectes renovates brick élancourt music school in france appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine
London-based Studio Furthermore ‘s Moon Rock collection is made from aluminium but designed to look like it is formed from materials mined in outer space. Read more
created by antonio citterio and paolo nava in 1982, the powerful, elegant and expressive FLEXFORM magister sofa is still available today. The post FLEXFORM magister sofa illustrates iconic, timeless italian design appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine
the light structure engages the community by providing an enclosed, flexible space available to host myriad cultural activities The post fahr creates ephemeral urban corner to reactivate old taiwanese train station appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine .
Concurrently floral, fresh and woody: such is the unconventional olfactory cocktail of the latest bud from the Garden family of Hermès ’ fragrance collection. The scent’s name – Un Jardin sur la Lagune – gives the story away. Christine Nagel, creative director of perfumery for Hermès Parfums, dreamt of a garden, or a place of inspiration
‘Typology-wise, we wanted to move out of our comfort zone,’ says the Lund-based architect Johan Sundberg of the summer home he built for his clients, a young family of four.
There aren’t many beauty brands that balance cool and credo quite like the boutique perfume label DS & Durga. Founded by the husband and wife duo David and Kavi Moltz in 2007, the proudly New York-born brand recently opened its first flagship boutique in the heart of Manhattan’s Nolita neighbourhood, after years of selling through tasteful retailers, and generally operating out of Brooklyn. ‘This neighbourhood is the epicenter of my New York, because I worked at Café Gitane and so much of what I experienced was happening here,’ recounts David Moltz, who was a musician before he co-founded DS & Durga
a personal and professional survey of the designer’s comprehensive career to date. The post things that go together: michael anastassiades reflects on his retrospective in cyprus appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine .