Posts from October 2013
Carrer Avinyo apartment by David Kohn Architects, photo: courtesy David Kohn Architects
David Kohn Architects’ Carrer Avinyo apartment in Barcelona has been crowned the best interior design of 2013 at the INSIDE: World Festival of Interiors awards in Singapore. The World Interior of the Year design was announced after beating 55 other nominations to the prize.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 09.10.2013 - Tagged as: Staffan Holm, Sweden
Fratelli Gridelli by Staffan Holm, photo: DDR photography
Designer-architect Staffan Holm has designed the interior of Fratelli Gridelli, a family owned catering workshop, delicacy shop and restaurant/cafe located in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 08.10.2013 - Tagged as: bentwood, Sandro Lopez, VSSM
‘Creek’ armchair by Sandro Lopez
‘Creek’, a sinewy armchair designed by Sandro Lopez in collaboration Sergio Studer, was a finalist in the 2012 Wood Awards organised by the Swiss Association of Carpenters and Craftsmen (VSSM).
Posted by Walter Phillips on 08.10.2013 - Tagged as: Zaha Hadid
Library and Learning Centre in Vienna by Zaha Hadid Architects, photo: courtesy Rieder Smart Elements
Zaha Hadid’s Library and Learning Centre opened last week in the city’s second district, one of seven buildings that make up the new campus of Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien, the Vienna University of Economics and Business.
Soft Pendant Lights by Rainer Mutsch for Molto Luce
Austrian designer Rainer Mutsch has created a series of lights that appear soft and pliable, but that are made of fiber cement, for Italian lighting brand Molto Luce.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 07.10.2013 - Tagged as: Denmark, Powerhouse Company
Village House by Powerhouse Company, photo: Åke E. Son Lindman
Denmark’s Powerhouse Company was asked to design a weekend house for a young family in northern Sjælland, an exploration on the possibilities of the Summer cabin, the traditional Danish vacation home.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 06.10.2013 - Tagged as: ENOTA Architects, Slovenia
Ptuj Performance Center by ENOTA Architects, photo: Miran Kambič
Slovenian architects ENOTA have transformed an 800 year old Dominican monastery in Ptuj into a contemporary performance center.
Mobile by Alex Valder
HELMRINDERKNECHT contemporary design gallery, recently moved from Berlin to Zurich, has transformed a vacant villa in the neighbourhood of Zurich Oerlikon into a temporary home for contemporary design and art for ‘This Is The House That Jack Built’, a new exhibition project.