A Visual Journey into the Olive Groves of Crete

23 November 2014 No Comments

GAEA, the Greek food brand, has produced a captivating short film about the olive groves of Crete and the stories of the people who take care of them - released in tandem with a limited edition luxurious gift box. [...]

Permanently Temporary: Atmospheric Object Installations by Nicola Yeoman

22 November 2014 No Comments

Illusion or reality? Nothing is what it seems in the work of Nicola Yeoman, who likes to create installations using everyday discarded objects that reveal themselves only from a specific angle. [...]

Três Marias Loft in Lisbon by AVA Architects

20 November 2014 {1} Comment

Playfully blending the old with the new, architecture studio AVA has renovated an apartment in Lisbon, Portugal, which is situated in a 1893 building and boasts spectacular stucco ceiling decorations. [...]

How Making Breakfast Is Like Rolling a Boulder up a Hill for Artist Lee Materazzi

19 November 2014 No Comments

Battling with everyday life is an eternal beginning for artist Lee Materazzi, a routine of mundane tasks which for her are a bit like pushing a boulder up a hill – again and again … and again. Thankfully she also finds it funny, something which certainly takes the edge off things. [...]

Anahi: The Rebirth of an Iconic Argentinian Restaurant in Paris

18 November 2014 No Comments

The iconic Argentinian restaurant located on a non descript Marais backstreet in Paris was created over 20 years ago by sisters Carmina and Pilar until they decided to retire and sell the business to French entrepreneur Cédric Naudon who bought Anahi and 35 other businesses in the area. [...]

Not Just Bags on Shelves: Tsatsas Meets Vitsœ in Munich's Museumsquartier

17 November 2014 No Comments

A temporary exhibition featuring designs from the family-owned leather bag manufacturer Tsatsas is now on display at an unusual location, namely the showroom of British furniture manufacturer Vitsœ in Munich, Germany. [...]

The New Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles

16 November 2014 No Comments

Inspired by Spanish Gothic architecture and with interiors designed by studio Commune,
 1920’s Hollywood glamour now meets contemporary urban luxury at the new Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles. [...]

Ribja Brv: The Bridge that Was 100 Years Late

15 November 2014 No Comments

The master-planner of Slovenia’s capital intended to build a footbridge next to the city’s Fishmarket Square, but never actually managed to do so. Nearly 100 years later, studio Arhitectura D.o.o. have now completed the old master’s plan, with an elegant and non-intrusive design that from afar appears paper-thin. [...]