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Elliptic House

A clever combination of contemporary Portuguese architecture, rooted on strong minimalism, alongside the dynamism of sculptural art is masterfully combined for Elliptic House.


There are plenty of reasons to care about maps. And in this case we are not talking about the practical route-finding features in apps and navigational systems.

10 Years of COS

Over the years, media have glossed over fashion a superficial image that hides away the designers’ intentional narratives.

Los Limoneros

Located in a suburban urbanisation of private villas of Marbella, in the south of Spain, Gus Wüstemann Architects designed Los Limoneros—a spectacular family home as well as guest rooms for visiting friends.

Blessed Sacrament Chapel

The Blessed Sacrament Chapel is a small and narrow chapel in Seville, Spain. The chapel was designed by Pablo Millán as an addition to a larger church.


The product with a charming title—SCROOSER—is made in Germany and is described as the one that began a new era.

Poolhouse C

Located in the Belgian town of Marke, the charismatic Poolhouse C designed by architect Steven Vandenborre breaks conventions from the get go; the traditional front door is nowhere in sight.

Xenia Bous

Xenia Bous’ designs are nothing short of stunning. They seem to mimic the classical elements, while at the same time defying their own aggregate states.

Salt & Pepper Grinders

Salt & Pepper Grinders are a minimal set in black and white by George Riding, a British designer with a passion for creating minimalist objects.


Designed by Johan Kauppi & Nina Kauppi, and produced by Nola, Kebne is a wonderful and original outdoor gym system inspired by a mountain in Swedish Lapland.

Maison Lagarde

Maison Lagarde is a family home in Montreal, Canada. Designed by la SHED architecture, this design provides a casual and comfortable dwelling without sacrificing style.

Force Sneakers

Royal Republiq’s Force Sneakers are indeed, a new force, and one you’ll want to be with you. Available in three colours; black, white and tan leather, these sleek wheels are the business.


To debut in the music industry requires more than a strong single; as a multitude of factors influences as who gets a chance to rise above the enormous competition for visibility.

Beoplay M5

Good speakers should deliver amazing sound. That much is obvious. But we want more, nowadays: wireless connectivity, for example.


In the age of depleting resources and easy accessibility, many fields—especially design industries—suffer from the lack of freedom in experimentation while staying innovative.


Based in the island of Iona in the Scottish Hebrides, Aosdàna is a traditional Celtic jewellery brand that takes its inspiration from the archeology of the island, originally interpreted almost 100 years ago by Alexander and Euphemia Ritchie, who were inspired by the rich cultural landscape that surrounded them.

Kitchen & More

Kitchen & More is an elegant interior design by Belgian architect Vincent Holvoet. The monochromatic interior features a seamless blend of materials.

SG1 Chair

See the classic of minimalism — Pair of chairs SG1 — designed by Pierre Guariche. This project symbolises what minimalism actually represents — clean lines along with the aesthetics that go so well with the concept and function. Designer and architect Pierre Guariche was an important voice in the modernist movement of post-war which was happening in France.

FU House

Located in the Japanese city of Shunan, FU House is a striking project by Kubota Architect Atelier; known for their penchant for absolute geometry, and a masterful manipulation of concrete and glass as a duo.

Max Mara Atelier Fall 17

There are plenty of interesting start-up fashion brands combining traditional craftsmanship and modern technology which intend to disrupt the market.