In 1973, architect Ricardo Bofill found an old cement factory in Barcelona and saw in it something more than the average person. The factory, abandoned and partially in ruins, massive reinforced concrete and iron pieces hanging in the air. It's all inspired the architect to create his house right here.
The industrial complex of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, cinsists of over 30 silos, underground galleries and huge engine rooms. He has created an architectural offices here, laboratories and exhibition areas, as well as his personal apartment and gardens.
Cutting board is an integral part of any kitchen. Without it we can not imagine cooking: slicing, chopping fruit, vegetables or meat. It effectively protects the worktop from destruction. We have to choose from many beautiful cutting boards on which is a pitty to cut...
Hacienda Na Xamena is located on the island of Ibiza, about 180 meters above the Mediterranean Sea. Straight out of the imagination of the Belgian architect Daniel Lipszyc, this luxury property offers its guests a unique experience: a peaceful relaxation closer to nature.
Very inspired by the visual diversity that urban places contain, Luigi Visconti captures images of crowded crossroads, varied architecture and empty interiors. In Cuba, Miami or Soho, he composes beautiful imagery that take directly there.
SPA (Società Piemontese Automobili) created this Italian concept-bike entirely electric. This luxury cars factory wanted to pay tribute to old cars in the design of this two wheels, by preserving a modern and minimalist dimension. La Bicicletto owns a 500W engine, placed behind, and can drive 50 km in electricity and 120 km in mix. You can buy it for 10 000€.
In 1967, after six year of work for a Japanese magazine, photographer Takayuki Ogawa has decided to travel in New-York. During one year, he has crossed the streets of the city and captured captivating images, illustrating with emotions the atmosphere of the sixties, the all in black and white.
This 128-square meters house, called “Framing House”, was built by Japanese architecture agency FORM/Kouichi Kimura Architects, in Japan’s prefecture of Shiga. With its facade that looks like a big black cube, this residence owns an art gallery connected to the habitable space.