Daniel Ogassian is a Los Angeles artisan turned industrial designer. His ceramic and concrete wall and floor tiles are amazing. His use of materials is unconventional and his craftsmanship is that of a true master.
Installationsof hand cut paper, sound and light by Chris Natrop. Each installation becomes a glimpse of a moment in time showing us the lightness, shadow, and beauty of something that could have been overlooked. But isn’t that the reason for most abstract art? It seems
Hard to believe but this dynamic and contemporary space located in Melbourne, Australia is a result of reconstruction of old chocolate factory building. But that will explain its unique and intriguing character, wouldn’t it?
The architects which implemented the renovation project the Architects EAT, successfully combined
Kyle Bunting’s passion is hide and the design potential of the material. Working exclusively in hide for almost a decade, his focus is the redefinition of how hide can be used in interior applications. His collection and studio work reflect his passion for the medium
‘My paintings hijack the visual language of modernist abstraction and the figurative tradition of portraiture by using the signifiers of abstraction itself to determine the features that form the resulting pseudo portraits. By creating a psychological domain that requires a cognitive, physiognomic and often darkly
Art, luxury and eclectic mixture of historical heritage and trendy modernism – an amazing renovation of Italian apartment – a project by Key Cucine, in collaboration with Benedini Associati. The magnificent arches, frescos, columns and gallery-like exposition of Palazzo Ducale a Mantova historical building are undoubtedly