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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.
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 …
MOSCOW – The witty collages of a young Russian artist reference history while looking into the future.
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.
Just the thought of a single place with seven stories of shopping will make even the most seasoned shopper’s heart flutter.
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 …
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.
Faced with brightening a dark, oblong apartment, architect Peter Kostelov took an unconventional course of action: he built a giant ‘oak tube.’
An athletic family in Zenkino, Moscow, has been given a multifunctional pavilion that allows them to integrate nature and sport into everyday life.
MOSCOW – A temporary office structure near Moscow resembles a 1400-sq-m inflatable igloo.
After he built an apartment using almost only metal materials, Russian architect Peter Kostelov has, seven years later, renovated the space using largely wood supplies.
Kluchi – a nightclub in an old building in central Moscow – runs invitation-only parties, so the designers ‘wanted to avoid any trace of a conventional commercial venue’, says Peter Kostelov, …
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