The girls from Swedish design studio Front are fast becoming great interpreters of the Porro style, combining the Italian company's trademark sleek/luxe with their own quirky chic. Like this piece: Balancing Boxes.
Neverend Clocks: Kitsune Noir today launched the first in a new series of laser-cut birch wood clocks, featuring decorative patterns by Dan Funderburgh in collaboration with the Montreal-based design/build shop Furni.
Julien Berthierinstalled an artificial entrance to an existing frontage in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris. The facade, using the local architectural codes, occupying 10 cm of public space. 4 years later, the address still exists
The Horse & Hound Boutique in Sweden used this double page spread with the message "we know what dogs like". If you bring the pages of the magazine together, the dogs get to greet each other in their favourite way. By Ruth.
Roberto de Vicq de Cumptich, a master of typographic illustrations, has designed the new "How to Make Love to Your Type?" promo for the Type Directors Club. (the book is printed on Neenah paper and uses typefaces from Veer).
Bunzo Ogawa founded FUTURE STUDIO two years ago. One of his first projects ‘Wrap House’ is remarkable with its smart fusion of the open roof and the cut facade which results in an intimate shielded patio.
Matt Pyke is the head of Universal Everything, a creative studio. He runs the studio with over 26 participants from all over the world from a little garden shed in Sheffield, UK. Talk at the Creative Summit NRW of the ADC Germany.
Viktor & Rolf celebrate their Flowerbomb perfume's 5th birthday with a cake from top chef and pastry chef of the 5& hotel Meurice in Paris. The ingredients the chefs choose have the same taste as the notes of the perfume.