Functional sculpture built to a human scale, a landmark building in Tribeca originally built in 1919, has been transformed.
Harrison Street Residence, New York, NY, USA, by 1100 Architect
A rare sight to see a well designed office for a financial services giant; we hope this Company (unnamed) survives in the present climate.
Financial Offices, New York, NY, USA, by 1100 Architect
Built for an art collector, this penthouse is more gallery than apartment but somehow it works.
East Side Penthouse, New York, NY, USA, by 1100 Architect
In its silver screen debut, Maxalto furnishings take center stage in several scenes in the new James Bond film “Quantum of Solace”.
Highlights of the featured furniture include the Talamo bed from the AC collection and the Max writing desk from the Simplice collection, in addition to a selection of night tables, armchairs and dressers.
Eckhardt en Leeuwenstein and I29 have completed the interior for the Allcapital Amsterdam office. Taking cues from the golden pendant lamp, the space is bold yet understated.
One of the our favorite recent campaigns by a furniture producer is the ‘Live Beautifully’ series for ligne roset by BBDO Stuttgart. The images are by the young British photographer, Julia Fullerton-Batten.
While Designing Alila Villas Uluwatu, the architects wanted to create more than the usual stereotypical ideas of Bali, creating a design that worked with the dry Balinese Savannah vegetation and gently sloping site, not against it. The 14.4 hectare development offers three-bedroom contemporary Balinese villas for sale, as well as a hotel for those on holiday in Bali.
Made from split Douglas Fir, assembled by hand, Brent Comber has created order from chaos.
Shattered, by Brent Comber
Located in a restored old chapel near the Dempsey area in Singapore, The White Rabbit Restaurant, serves a fresh take on both European comfort food and classic cocktails. The White Rabbit’s Head Chef is Daniel Sia, who was most recently working with Chef Justin Quek at Le Platane in Shanghai.
Pentagram Architect’s Lorenzo Apicella has designed a showroom for the footwear company Jimlar. Situated on the corner of Fifth Avenue and 56th Street, the showroom is ideally placed in the heart of New York’s luxury retail district. Apicella was able to overcome the challenges of a low ceiling and deep footprint to create a sophisticated showroom of seven private view galleries held together by a large central space that contains a reception area, a lounge and an island meeting room.
“The arced and canted walls and the subtle curves of the island meeting room were inspired by the spare lines of classic shoe designs”.
- Lorenzo Apicella
Jimlar Showroom, by Lorenzo Apicella, Team: James Biber (Partner), Matthew Clare (Associate), Michael Zweck Bronner (Associate), Anders Carpenter, Dan Maxfield at Pentagram Architects