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SIBIRJAK lounge chair by Anastasiya Koshcheeva

Sibirjak Lounge Chair by Anastasiya Koshcheeva

Sibirjak is a lounge chair made of birchbark, its designer, Anastasiya Koshcheeva has chosen this natural material for its flexibility, softness and durability. It’s also strong, water-repellent and antibacterial. Despite these unique qualities, its use never gotten popular.

© Michael Kenna - musée Carnavalet

Michael Kenna | Paris

Michael Kenna donated 42 of this photographs of Paris to the city’s Musée Carnavalet last year. The museum already holds 17 other Kenna prints and is now exhibiting a selection of some fifty of their Kenna photographs.


Walker Evans |Pabst Blue Ribbon Sign, Chicago, Illinois © Walker Evans Archive, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Walker Evans | A Life’s Work

Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin has recently displayed a collection of over 200 original prints from the years 1928 to 1974 by Walker Evans (1903–1975). The photographer documented in his sober documentary fashion a uniquely authentic picture of America. Evans is considered to be one of the great personalities of 20th century photography.

Zio Lounge Chair & Footstool

Zio family by Marcel Wanders for MOOOI

The Zio family is the collaboration between designer Marcel Wanders and MOOOI. The collection includes a Dining and coffee table, a buffet, a chair along with armchair and its footstool.

Nina Yashar’s apartment in Milan

The New York Times T Magazine has dedicated an extensive article to Nina Yashar’s home in Milan. The founder of the Milanese design gallery Nilufar explains how her work has redefined her experience of design.

02gb: Valentino Couture SS14

02gb | The Valentino Couture Lookbook

The Valentino lookbook of Spring/Summer 2014 by 02gb is something different than your usual fashion photography. The two photographers Max von Gumppenberg and Patrick Bienert forming the team have managed to create a quite seductive aesthetics.

Watchtower of Turkey

Watchtower of Turkey

Watchtower of Turkey is a video by Leonardo Dalessandri of his trip to the country. He traveled over 3500 km in 20 days, capturing a great variety of landscapes, from Pamukkale to Cappadocia, the all passing by a great variation of colors, lights and weathers through six other cities.


Platone Filippo Protasoni

Platone by Filippo Protasoni

The Platone wall lamp by Filippo Protasoni was designed to be almost imperceptible; with its minimal lines, it’s made to reflect light on the wall.

The Bauhaus school in Dessau by Walter Gropius

Interested in creating a new form of design found at the intersection of architecture, art, industrial design, typography, graphic design, and interior design, Walter Gropius was inspired to create an institution known as the Bauhaus at Dessau, with an emerging style that would forever influence architecture.


Palazzo Ducale. Scala dei Giganti covered by sand bags, gelatin print, 1915 - Giovanni Caprioli

Venezia si difende 1915 – 1918

A century after the beginning of First World War, Civita Tre Venezie is exhibiting 350 original photos from the Archivio Storico Fotografico on how the city of Venice defended itself during the time of the Great War.

Paris 2014 Scalpel blades, skin graft blades, zips, stitching needles, pins, stainless steel studs, safety pins, champagne caps and wire, tourist souvenirs, French francs, condoms and gloss paint on canvas 96 x 144 in. (243.8 x 365.8 cm) Photo: Prudence Cuming Associates Ltd

Black Scalpel Cityscapes by Damien Hirst

Damien Hirst new paintings, Black Scalpel Cityscapes, are displayed at the White Cube São Paolo. The paintings are made up of surgical instruments combined to create bird’s-eye views of urbanized areas from around the world.

Splinter Collection | Nendo

Splinter Collection by Nendo for Conde House

Nendo has designed the Splinter collection for  Conde House. It includes a chair, coat stand, side table and two mirrors. All pieces were made to  look like they’re peeled away from wooden stems.