Project week 23: CUSTOMIZATION
Project week 22: GOLF
Project week 12: URBAN EXPLORATION
Project week 10: CLASSICS
Project week 09: 2ND CHANCE
CHESS: custom-made storytelling to reinvent museumsCHESS: custom-made storytelling to reinvent museums
Conscious design with an ergonomic value: GO wheelchairConscious design with an ergonomic value: GO wheelchair
Discovering the best glamping destinationsDiscovering the best glamping destinations
This week is fully dedicated to CUSTOMIZATION.
From tailoring and embroidering solutions embraced by L.A. vintage store Lot, Stock and Barrel to a DESIGN solution to disrupt the massification of IKEA cabinets. Augmented reality is the key for a new immersive experience to reinvent museums fruitions while 3D printed wheelchair can be the solution to perfectly adapt to disabled BODY. Last, we asked a professional body customizer his TRAVEL tips.
Dawn Patrol: the art of stanceDawn Patrol: the art of stance
Dawn Patrol: the art of stance
Get a gripGet a grip
Visionary Crazy Golf in Trafalgar SquareVisionary Crazy Golf in Trafalgar Square
Walker On The GreenWalker On The Green
Destination KohlerDestination Kohler
This week we celebrate one of the most underrated sports ever.
Let’s start with a photo editorial featuring IUTER spring collection while we’ll explore an upcoming collective project for the upcoming London Design Week. For the CULTURE section we’ll tell you the story of the Walker Art Center while the most used club grips are our BODY story. We’ll eventually travel to the American Club Resort for the best golf resort in USA.
adidas Originals NMDadidas Originals NMD
adidas Originals NMD
Functional beautyFunctional beauty
Kazuyo Sejima reflective japanese express trainKazuyo Sejima reflective japanese express train
Galerie Daniel Templon’s 50th birthday celebrations with Franz AckermannGalerie Daniel Templon’s 50th birthday celebrations with Franz Ackermann
Bare knucklesBare knuckles
This week we celebrate urban living.
To do this, we investigate a special train that aesthetically blends with the surrounding environment, and explore the artwork of German painter Franz Ackerman. For DESIGN we give our two cents on Modernism and the movements great architects who have shaped our urban environment. For BODY we explore the concept of street fighting, and then conclude with an ode to adidas Originals for STYLE.
An INSTANT CLASSICAn INSTANT CLASSIC
An INSTANT CLASSIC
Tokyo Okura Hotel RedesignedTokyo Okura Hotel Redesigned
Dissecting the classics: a design round tableDissecting the classics: a design round table
A mixtape with everything but the usual classicsA mixtape with everything but the usual classics
The team that (almost) never loseThe team that (almost) never lose
This week we explore the theme CLASSICS.
Not the classics that we believe to be boring and dated, but rather contemporary icons. We’ll start with AN INSTANT CLASSIC, a fashion video by Studio Fantastico, directed by Pietro Cocco. For the CULTURE section we share a mixtape by IAMSEIFE filled with the beats the defined his musical career. We broke down the idea of classics by hosting a roundtable discussion with three illustrators and a typographer for DESIGN. Andrea Tuzio, our sports man, provides us with a story of the “team that (almost) never lose”, and finally we present our readers with a brief overview of Hotel Okura in Tokyo for the TRAVEL section.
The Shepherds Bush Second-ChanceThe Shepherds Bush Second-Chance
The Shepherds Bush Second-Chance
Shaun Livingstone: the man who lived twiceShaun Livingstone: the man who lived twice
Blue Origin: a rocket second chanceBlue Origin: a rocket second chance
Produces less, repair more: Atelier & RepairsProduces less, repair more: Atelier & Repairs
Hanger Barn: Re-shaping the islandHanger Barn: Re-shaping the island
This week we talk about second chances.
To do that we revisit the sporting life of Shaun Livingstone, the athlete who lived twice. We then take a look at Dorsett Shepherds Bush: a luxurious cinema that became an elegant hotel. From London we head to New York to a little island south of Manhattan that houses art installations based on reusability and sustainability.
For the STYLE section we interviewed Maurizio Donadi, owner of Atelier&Repairs. Finally, for DESIGN, we will let you delve into the conquest of outer space by Blue Origin.