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Published as: ART DRIVEN Interior Architectureand Design: FORM Design StudioText: Erika HeetPhotography: Brittany Ambridge The project wasn’t a project yet when Joshua Rose and Rafael Kalichstein of FORM Design Studio were asked to give their opinion on what their friends, an art-collecting couple, might do to bring life to their...
Fashion brand Off-White's first store in Milan uses natural materials to add warmth to a paired-back store that has white walls broken by Patagonia granite cabinets. Located on Via Verri in Milan, the 400-square-metre Off-White store opened in September and will sell menswear, womenswear and homeware. According to the brand, which is led by fashion designer Virgil Abloh, the boutique
Ortraum Architects has built an asymmetric studio called 12 in the garden of a house in Helsinki, Finland, to provide its owners with space to compose music and make ceramics. The structure was commissioned by a couple who wanted an external space to work from home, beside their existing 1960s home in the Jollas neighbourhood.
Design studio Destilat drew focus to the art of winemaking by applying a "reduced colour language" inside Clemens Strobl winery in northeast Austria. Clemens Strobl is located in the Kirchberg am Wagram municipality of Lower Austria, a region recognised for producing a rich variety of wine cultures. The winery, which is shortlisted in the large
Woodwork form the frame of a gabled house inside this clothing store in New York designed by Japanese architect Taichi Kuma. Tokyo-based Kuma designed the store cn the city's Soho neighbourhood for Japanese clothing brand Nanamica. Marking its second outpost following another in Tokyo, the store was designed to draw on the brand's Nanamica, which
Horticus is showcasing its indoor living wall system as part of the Dezeen x Planted collaboration during this year's London Design Festival. Designed by Horticus to bring plants into small indoor spaces, the system combines a hexagonal metal trellis frame that is screwed to a wall with hexagonal terracotta plant pots. "By focusing on our desire to nurture