The new Prouvé RAW Office collection: a tribute to pure industrial style... July 12, 2015 | Pirate Manu
The Barnards Farm Sitooterie of the National Malus Collection in Essex... January 21, 2015 | Pirate Manu
The Flask Speakeasy Shanghai Bar January 21, 2015 | Pirate Manu
The World of Jacek Yerka January 21, 2015 | Pirate Manu
Dreamlike Photos by Joel Robison January 21, 2015 | Pirate Manu
102-Year Old Ship is a Floating Forest in Sidney... January 16, 2015 | Pirate Manu
Silicone Hopscotch by Designer Anca Fetcu... January 16, 2015 | Pirate Manu
Interbelic Bar by Lama Architecture January 16, 2015 | Pirate Manu
The latest project of peinter and now interior architect Alexandra Zabunov, is this bright and eclectic apartment. Each piece of furniture tells a story full of meanings, the interior is decorated and outlined to match the effervescent creativity and personality of its owner.
Inside this space, Alexandra introduced several pieces with charm, such as the sofa with five different backs and the table with solid oak wood countertop, all handmade specially made for this project.
Bocca Lupo is a new and surprising italian restaurant in Bucharest. It’s name comes from the italian expression “in bocca al lupo” that may sound scary but in fact is a literal reference to the jaws of a predator that means “lucky”. The architect, Corvin Cristian had the opportunity to reinterpret the traditional style of the region of Tuscany and create a space “washed” by natural light. The retro feeling of the place is suggested by the use of objects that relates to the sceneries from Italian films of the 50s and 60s.
Almost 4 years from his departure from Dior and only 100 people invited to his first couture show for Maison Martin Margiela, John Galliano was back in business. The collection is called Artisan and took place in London at five o’clock.
His collection was flamboyant, and was described by Red magazine as ‘A mixture of Belgian chic, Parisian couture and a Galliano wild streak this #MargielaMonday hasn’t been a boring one!’
Although she has a tiny studio, Seoul based artist, JeeYoung Lee has a limitless and surreal imagination. In her 3 x 6 meter room, she managed to create this materialised “world” that came from her desires. The scenes have always has hand-made props, without any post-shoot digital edit of the images she takes.
This installation is called “Snowflake” and was created by the designer Tokujin Yoshioka who previously worked for Hermes, for their window display design. This time, Kartell has engaged him to do this amazing project for their flagship store in Milan. He was able to recreate the feeling and atmosphere of winter and snow through his installation made entirely from transparent acrylic prism rods.
Designed by Nextoffice Design Studio, this flexible and unexpected house is a result of an well thought out architectural project for the narrow but deep urban plot given. The most visible and amazing element is the two-dimensional façade that can be turned into a three-dimensional one, option that came from the traditional Iranian homes to have an all seasons rooms.
Fine Fun Food. This is how you can describe this Catalan restaurant in Singapore named FOC (which means ‘fire’ in Catalan) that was completed by the design studio Lagranja in 2014. The restaurant displays the colorful, playfuness and vivid lifestyle of the Catalans and here is reflected by the ‘capgrossos’ which are the giant, white papier-mâché that float above the tables or by the domino tiles that are used as a finish for the bar.
Anastasia Radevich is of Belarusian origin but a Montreal-based shoe designer who looks at the world in a different and courageous way. She is inspired by the work of Vivienne Westwood and Alexander McQueen (she was hired by him when she appeared at his studio door) and she collaborated with well-know brands as Zara, Aldo and shoe designers like Nicholas Kirkwood.