THINK BIG / Florentijn Hofman Talks To Yatzer

29 August 2012 {4} Comments

Dutch outdoor artist Florentijn Hofman likes to think BIG! His art has been known to make such a BIG impression that a woman even had to get her car towed out of the harbor, when she stopped to take a quick picture of his iconic 'Rubber Duck' and forgot to put on the break! [...]

MATTO Bar & Pizzeria in Shanghai

28 August 2012 {3} Comments

MATTO is the reason behind Shanghai’s crazy need for all things Italian. The addictive recipe is JIA+ Enzo Carbone+ Pure Creative International. Three ingredients guaranteed for an award-wining outcome. [...]

Can Manuel d’en Corda by Marià Castelló and Daniel Redolat

28 August 2012 {2} Comments

In a stunning plot in Vénda des Cap de Barbariain in the West of the picturesque island of Formentera, Spain, sits a traditional and pretty special house called Can Manuel de'n Corda, surrounded by a forest of pines and junipers. [...]

Villa Rotterdam by OOZE Architects

24 August 2012 {3} Comments

Villa Rotterdam is a unique  residence redeveloped by OOZE architects in 2010. By 'wrapping' a new faceted skin over the house, Eva Pfannes and Sylvain Hartenberg have managed to divert the exterior view of this mixture of buildings. [...]

Massimo Vitali Talks To Yatzer

20 August 2012 {1} Comment

Massimo Vitali talks to Yatzer about predicting the credit crunch while looking for the perfect beach. It’s hard to decide whether overhearing someone say, ''Look at that idiot, he thinks he’s Massimo Vitali'' is the biggest insult or the biggest compliment of all time - either way, it’s proof he’s an influential part of Italian visual consciousness. [...]

2012 Lively Architecture Festival in Montpelier

13 August 2012 {2} Comments

In true festive spirit, the Lively Architecture Festival (FAV) took place for the seventh time in which eleven young architectural practices were selected to showcase their work in an urban environment responding to this year’s theme of surprise. Yatzer invites you to discover their stunning spatial installations. [...]

Tavernetta by Studio Belenko in Odessa, Ukraine

08 August 2012 {6} Comments

Every now and again a restaurant appears on the scene which proves how simplicity and keeping natural materials in mind can be key to creating a homely, comfortable space in which to enjoy good food and drink. Discover 'Tavernetta' by Studio Belenko, a new restaurant in Odessa, Ukraine. [...]

Jay Sae Jung Oh Talks To Yatzer

08 August 2012 No Comments

Korean artist Jay Sae Jung Oh, unravels her materially sensitive world and her experimentation with inspiring materials as a way to create new forms. By incorporating the ordinary and giving to it new forms, the artist engages the audience in her search for something fresh and different. [...]