An apartment in Turin is a potent if partial testimony to the life and works of one of Italy’s most influential and eccentric 20th-century designers- though he never lived there.
Playfully blurring the lines among perform and leisure, Random studio's new office is quite extraordinary.
Studioilse takes storytelling for Vitra and Artek to the next level by creating a very stylish apartment, lived in by fictional creatives in the loft of the VitraHaus.
If All Items Loaded were a shop, it would want to be just like Landet Järna in Hornstull neighborhood of Stockholm.
Life’s a beach at Menorca, for this small idyllic island has some of the most spectacular beaches in the Med.
In a former industrial complex, the Dutch designer’s space is a mix of laboratory, workshop, showroom, shop and restaurant.
We went to Paris and explored the city through the eyes of a creative local. Meet French photographer Marion Berrin.
Belgium is filled with architectural gems, like this school designed by Renaat Braem.
We went to Eindhoven to explore conceptual
and experimental design from the Netherlands and further afield.
Great art calls for the right location. Check out this former laundromat transformed into a space for contemporary art.
Find out how Géraldine found the right balance between architectural aesthetics and her personal desires and style in her wonderful designer home.
This quaint store has an air of old-world charm, stocking timeless, functional products for the home and garden.
Meet East London's radical experiment in food growing and community building offering a shop/cafe/meeting place and farm all-in one.
While costs of living are still low, creative ideas are more likely to flourish in Berlin, from living room concerts to urban gardening.
He exchanges cuttings with friends and saves plants that people abandon on the street. Say hello to Wilbert and his amazing city garden.
What is better than to have a cup of coffee while reading? Based on the tradition of coffeehouses, magazines now open their own cafés.
We paid a visit to the most controversial project of Belgium’s leading post-war architect.
Often described as the most beautiful street in Antwerp, the Cogels Osylei and its surroundings are definitely worth a visit.
If you like Art Déco, Art Nouveau and Modernism, make sure to stroll down Ixelles.
When you think of street typography, you immediately think of street art but there’s more to the story.