The Collector: Icons of Design auction will take place at Phillips New York on 16 December 2014. The design auction contains 30 lots with a total pre-sale low estimate of $6,764,000 and a pre-sale high estimate of $9,695,000.
Volume Gallery is proud to present Mobi, by Sung Jang. The works that are both effortless and exponential, miniature and massive, single and summation. Designing in dualities, Jang’s new works converge in their contrasts and assemble strength through segments.
In this house classical orders and proportions celebrate dust. The golden ratio divides the sides of the living room: a grey base supports a ceiling of rustic plaster of the colour of the bare earth. Craving for primordial caverns, for Renaissance grotesques, for baroque nymphaeums in Doria Pamphilj, for faintly Liberty façades in the streets off Via Veneto.
Specializing in limited edition furniture for galleries, private clients and site-specific work, London- based designer Faye Toogood is renowned for her preoccupation with materiality and experimentation.Her second collection of furniture and objects; Natura Morta: Assemblage No. 2 is no exception.
The Bushfire is a collection of work developed for exhibition with The Other Hemisphere at Ventura Lambrate, Milan, as part of the Milan Design Week 2014.
The collection is an exploration and expression of Australia’s unique understanding of the regenerative aspects of bushfire.
Sotheby's upcoming Arts Décoratifs du XXe siècle & Design auction will take place at the Galerie Charpentier in Paris on 25 November 2014 and features a strong selection of furniture and objects from the Art Nouveau period to the present day.
Hotel SP34 from the Brøchner group, located closely to the Latin Quarter on the Rasmussen Town Hall Square, doesn’t go unnoticed for the tourists that walk in the streets of Copenhagen. With a big neon sign, this hotel captivates our attention with the aim to attract more sophisticated people and to create a complete connection between tourists and design and art aficionados.
The playful and somewhat unorthodox design for Hill House arose from the need to overcome lack of access to the sun.
Residing in a very narrow lot in a northern suburb of Melbourne, Andrew Maynard Architects overcame solar access constraints by converting what was once a flat lot into an ingenious, distinctive and adventurous landscape.
Urban planners, journalists, photographers, artists and architects staff the spatial design studio modulorbeat.
Hailing from Germany, Muenster School of Architecture grads Marc Gunnewig and January Kampshoff banded together an interdisciplinary group to work “in the field of tension between architecture, city and landscape.”
The Holiday home nestled quietly in South Tyrol, Italy was completed by Pedevilla Architects who seamlessly integrated contemporary and the traditional. Clean lines and austerity play a delicate balancing act with warm and inviting design features.