Project week 48: TYROL
Project week 46: MOTORS
Project week 44: HONG KONG
Project week : TELEVISION
Project week 42: TRAINS
Designing ParadeisDesigning Paradeis
Ötzi the IcemanÖtzi the Iceman
Traversing The South Tyrolean Wine RoadTraversing The South Tyrolean Wine Road
The MosersThe Mosers
This week we explore the cultural and stylistic elements of a majestic mountain region north of Italy. From the Moser Family to Vineria Paradeis, we’ll show you the best of TYROL. We’ll recount the story of Loden and The Iceman, all the while traversing the South Tyrolean Wine Road.
Time machine: breaking down the style of car advertisingTime machine: breaking down the style of car advertising
Time machine: breaking down the style of car advertising
Drivin edit: best 5 mountain roads in EuropeDrivin edit: best 5 mountain roads in Europe
How to survive an accident on the mountainsHow to survive an accident on the mountains
The factory of the slopes factoriesThe factory of the slopes factories
Winter MarathonWinter Marathon
This week we take you to the mountains to discuss MOTORS. From “how to survive a car accident” for the BODY section, to a STYLE overview of old car advertisements. We traversed the top five mountain roads to reach Laupheim, home to the famed PistenBully fleet, and after we headed to Madonna di Campiglio where the next Winter Marathon will take place in 2016.
Style guide: top 10 retailers in Hong KongStyle guide: top 10 retailers in Hong Kong
Style guide: top 10 retailers in Hong Kong
A 360° view of the cityA 360° view of the city
A Hong Kong rooftop salute to the sunA Hong Kong rooftop salute to the sun
Setting Hong Kong as the cultural Heart of AsiaSetting Hong Kong as the cultural Heart of Asia
The new green frontierThe new green frontier
For the second installment of our PATHFINDER issue we visited the Pearl of the Orient. From top notch retailers to the development of the upcoming Cultural District in West Kowloon. Yoga on the rooftop? Ask MISSBISH. We also explored the architectural and social impact of rooftop farming, and enjoyed investigating the Ngong Ping 360.
The realism of Gomorra, an interviewThe realism of Gomorra, an interview
The realism of Gomorra, an interview
The Max Headroom HijackThe Max Headroom Hijack
A deep breath: Tomba BrionA deep breath: Tomba Brion
Unveiling the relationship between television & sexualityUnveiling the relationship between television & sexuality
Tracing back the origins of in-flight entertainmentTracing back the origins of in-flight entertainment
This week it’s TELEVISION time. We start with the Max Headroom hijack while for the TRAVEL section we trace the origins of in-flight entertainment. Corrado Dalcò unveils the relationship between sexuality and the silver screen, while Claudia Zalla captures the spirituality of Tomba Brion. In STYLE you’ll find an interview with Gomorra’s costume designer while we wait for the second season.
Eki-melo: how Tokyo made his Metro stations more funEki-melo: how Tokyo made his Metro stations more fun
Eki-melo: how Tokyo made his Metro stations more fun
A ride in Lisbon on the 28A ride in Lisbon on the 28
You are what you wear: fascination with uniforms and how we see powerYou are what you wear: fascination with uniforms and how we see power
Starred cars: the best menus from the most exclusive trains in the WorldStarred cars: the best menus from the most exclusive trains in the World
Celebrating the design of an icon: ETR 300Celebrating the design of an icon: ETR 300
This week is dedicated to a masterpiece of engineering, and the way it has influenced contemporary culture. From the anniversary of the Elettrotreno ETR300 for the DESIGN section, to an opinion piece on the meaning behind conductor uniforms for STYLE. For the CULTURE category we explored the art of jingles inside the Tokyo Metro while for BODY we examined the menus of the most luxurious trains around the world. Finally, for all the travellers out there we have a guided tour of tram 28 in Lisbon.