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7while23:

Angela de la Cruz, Transfer (White), 2011

7while23:

Angela de la Cruz, Transfer (White), 2011

boyzane:

Julian de Gainza in Saint Laurent

boyzane:

Julian de Gainza in Saint Laurent

thecreativesense:

Staircase from Department SDM - Architecture in Motion Workshop

Anyone who is a regular to this page will know I love staircases, and this flowing walnut example is a fantastic spin on the traditional cantilever frame staircase. Rather than featuring simple beams jutting out from the wall that rest freestanding in the air, these forms curve up and over to make up a complete, interconnected set of steps. The staircase can be seen from almost every part of the property; making it a focal point and ‘articulator of spaces’. 

See more of the property at: Platforma Arquitectura


andreas lindquist by johnny dufort for dazed & confused, summer 14

andreas lindquist by johnny dufort for dazed & confused, summer 14

(Source: stlara)

samuraikawakubo:

"It’s true to say that I ‘design’ the company, not just the clothes. Creation does not end with the clothes. New interesting business ideas, revolutionary retail strategies, unexpected collaborations and nurturing of in-house talent, all are examples of Comme des Garçons creation." -Rei Kawakubo. Comme des Garçons print ads.

wmud:

guidotti architetti - casa martini, monte carasso, 2008

wmud:

guidotti architetti - casa martini, monte carasso, 2008

h-smart:

The Row- Spring 2015 Ready to Wear

(looks 11, 12, 19 & 20)

voltra:

Piet Mondrian, Komposition mit Doppellinie und Blau, 1935

voltra:

Piet Mondrian, Komposition mit Doppellinie und Blau, 1935

rrrusskaya:

Kasia Struss at Alexander Wang Spring - Summer 2015.

rrrusskaya:

Kasia Struss at Alexander Wang Spring - Summer 2015.

faessbender:

freja beha erichsen opening nicolas ghesquière’s debut collection for louis vuitton fw14.

(Source: mysuckcess)

stylebxy:

CÉLINE spring summer 2013 fur slides

stylebxy:

CÉLINE spring summer 2013 fur slides

(Source: slangtang)

jessica154blog:

(via Humberto Conde | Parede 11 | my unfinished home)
The fashionable ideology that “artificial” lacks the inherent goodness of “natural” is an appealing, but hopelessly simplistic notion of the intellectually chic. Artifice is the result of a deliberate intent to make. Nature also “makes” things, using a set of basic building blocks common throughout the universe. Exchanging infinite time for deliberate design, nature has ingeniously built plants, planets, galaxies and unimaginable constructs which seem to structure the universe itself. What we call “natural” is simply the result of whatever set of rules nature has followed in fashioning our observable reality. On planet Earth, nature has manipulated the common elements to fashion everything from bacteria to the molten core of the planet. Discoveries in the “nano” technologies of bio, molecular, and micro engineering will re-edit the nomenclature of “natural” versus “unnatural”, blurring if not erasing the line of distinction between “machine” and “organism”, “natural” and “unnatural”, “God-given” and “man-made”.
—syd mead

(Source: heksenhaus)


Yohji Yamamoto.

Yohji Yamamoto.

(Source: chahooo)