Articles tagged Moscow

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Has industrial chic gone too far?

Moscow – Broken tiles in a tanning salon may be a step too far in celebrating the spirit of exposed construction materials.

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KM20 creates an anti-luxe stage for high fashion

Moscow – The concept store’s new location builds on its namesake’s raw industrial aesthetic with statement brand installations and eight-metre ceilings.

Billboard: Holiday Sale 2017 New Items
Billboard: Holiday Sale 2017 New Items
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Nick Leith-Smith: merging shopping experience and local culture for Manolo Blahnik

TOKYO – In more than 30 Manolo Blahnik stores around the world, Nick Leith-Smith translates the local context into a visual dialogue with the brand and its customers.

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Iceoff’s design for a Moscow workspace is layered with textures, styles and a touch of eccentricity

MOSCOW – Iceoff was thrown a particularly juicy creative bone for the commission of Proekt’s Moscow workplace: don’t make it look anything like an office, more like a highly-eccentric apartment …

The 'Brutalic Spider' carries a vision for new human settlement.
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Timofey Zhilin stacks brutalist landmarks for dystopian architectural vision

MOSCOW – The witty collages of a young Russian artist reference history while looking into the future. 

The Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry by Y. Platonov in Moscow, Russia.
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Fifth Façade re-evaluates Soviet international style architecture with a drone

Photographers Denis Esakov and Dmitry Vasilenko set to the skies above the former Soviet Union with the use of a drone to capture previously unseen views of soviet international style architecture.

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Tsvetnoy Department Store in Moscow

Just the thought of a single place with seven stories of shopping will make even the most seasoned shopper’s heart flutter.

Martyred Ophelia, 2012, courtesy of the artist
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Rastvorennaya Pechal by Alexander James

Each one of Alexander James’s works is a grand feat: comprising natural materials, handmade props and sculptural compositions, the impressive sets that he creates are immersed in huge tanks of …

Billboard: POSITIONINGS AG
Billboard: POSITIONINGS AG
A toy 'tumbler', part of the Moscow Design Museum's new exhibition of Soviet design.
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Moscow Design Museum Unveils First Exhibition

The Moscow Design Museum opens its doors today, with an inaugural exhibition featuring household items, graphic posters and children's toys designed in the USSR.

Architect Peter Kostelov created 'oak tubes' running through the centre of a Moscow apartment.
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Moscow Apartment by Peter Kostelov

Faced with brightening a dark, oblong apartment, architect Peter Kostelov took an unconventional course of action: he built a giant ‘oak tube.’

The pavilion’s design transforms depending on Moscow’s ever-changing weather.
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Moscow Summer Pavilion by Peter Kostelov

An athletic family in Zenkino, Moscow, has been given a multifunctional pavilion that allows them to integrate nature and sport into everyday life.

The domes blend with the surrounding snowy landscape near Moscow.
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Microcity Sales Office

MOSCOW – A temporary office structure near Moscow resembles a 1400-sq-m inflatable igloo.