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Prahran Hotel by Techné Architects

Melbourne-based Techne Architects recently found an innovative use for a series of concrete pipes when it was commissioned to renovate the Prahran Hotel in Victoria, Australia. The first two levels of the precast tubes house individual seating areas...

The Balloon Chair by h220430

Japanese furniture design firm h220430 revisits Le Ballon Rouge with its latest piece. Inpsired by the 1953 French fantasy featurette, which stars a young boy who is taken on an adventure by a large sentient balloon, the Balloon Chair is a leather an...

Macau’s City of Dreams Hotel by Zaha Hadid

Universally revered architect Zaha Hadid will be making her own contribution to Macau’s bustling “City of Dreams” project with a new hotel tower to accompany the four that already exist on the property. Marked by a beautiful sculptu...

Richard Branson Opens Mahali Mzuri Safari Camp in Kenya

“But what exactly is a safari camp?” one might ask. To that, tech mogul and overall venture specialist Richard Branson has answered with an immersive new way to experience the Motorogi Conservancy in Kenya. Dubbed the Mahali Mzuri, the ca...

Beyond Object’s Align – A Minimal Pen With a Twist

Beyond Object, a brand founded by London-based designers ShiKai Tseng and Hanhsi Chen, presents the world’s first dislocated twist pen. Dubbed “Align,” the pen features a streamlined aluminum body with a dislocated middle portion th...

Pierre Gimbergues x Peugeot Design Lab ONYX Sofa

Crafted from carbon fiber and Volvic lava stone, the ONYX Sofa designed by Pierre Gimbergues for Peugeot Design Lab was recently unveiled at Milan Design Week. The sofa is one in a series of uniquely designed pieces, all crafted from materials such a...

The Making of Hong Kong’s Iconic Neon Signs

As a city that never sleeps, Hong Kong is famous for being lit 24/7 by a sea of brightly colored lights. In this video by Neonsigns.HK, the process and history behind the metropolis’s iconic neon signs is explored through the voices of the mast...

Paul Smith x Carl Hansen & Søn Shell Chair

British designer Paul Smith reinterprets the Carl Hansen & Søn Shell Chair to help the innovative furniture maker celebrate its 50th anniversary. First designed by Hans J. Wegner, Smith tweaks his original pattern using thinner multi-colored stri...

G-Star RAW’s Amsterdam Headquarters

Helmed by the creative design team at OMA architecture, G-Star RAW recently opened its Amsterdam headquarters for a public viewing. Building its concept from an airport hangar, the three-storey infrastructure echos the brand’s bold aesthetics,...

Check Out This Transforming Studio in New York City

In the past, intelligently designed living spaces may have been looked upon as novelties, yet as metropolitan areas around the world become increasingly dense, the reality of micro-apartments becomes evident. One particularly remarkable 420-square-fo...

Check Out Graham Hill’s Million-Dollar “Micro-Living” NYC Apartment

In 2010, Graham Hill decided to simplify his life by constructing an apartment that could offer all the functionality of typical city living in as little space as possible. With plenty of help from Romanian design students Catalin Sandu and Adrian Ia...

Field Notes “Shelterwood” Edition Made from Real Wood

Field Notes presents a “Shelterwood” edition of its trademark micro notebooks with covers made of actual wood. Sold in packs of three, the covers are made from American Cherry wood backed with kraft paper for durability. The use of real w...

HM Treasury Unveils New £1 GBP Coin

Everyday we talk about what’s new and what it’ll cost, yet it’s rare seeing new currency featured on these viral pages – it’s just not something that happens often. There’s a different feeling in the air today however, as Her Majesty’s Treasury...

Google Amsterdam Offices by D/DOCK

Designed by D/DOCK, the reimagined interior office space for Google Amsterdam drew its inspiration from the garage in which Google’s founders started the tech giant as it features quirky elements like graffiti, exposed brick wallpaper, open ceilings...

Egue and Seta Transform a Commercial Space Into a Modern Loft

Burgeoning Spanish interior design label Egue and Seta have unveiled their latest project, reclaiming a sparse industrial space in the name of contemporary interior design. Located in the quiet city of Terrassa in Catalonia, Spain, the design label j...