Time Won’t Give Me Time

Jeffrey Gibson in Conversation with Marcus Civin

Jusso Westerlund: PUUTALO OY AND FINLAND’S LITTLE BOXES

by Natalia Torija

Lithuanian Space Agency: Extraterrestrial Striptease or, Back to Stardust

By Julijonas Urbonas


Long Reads

Hope on the Hemline

Words by Sara Kaufman

Like many industries, fashion is very good on the talk about sustainability, but its actions register on mumble volume. Where we buy our clothes still trumps what it is we […]

The Loose-Fitting Suit of Architecture, David Chipperfield

Words by Will Wiles

What was your February like? Less sluggish than January? It’s not a characteristic you could apply to David Chipperfield Architects. Last month the planned handovers of Berlin’s Neue Nationalgalerie and […]

The Great Rewilding

Words by Ewan McEoin

What would we give up to save ourselves? What would we relinquish (and embrace) to rewild Earth?  These are some of the questions provoked by Planet City, the latest project […]

Research & Realities

If the Shoe Fits

What if the best or most comfortable footwear was simply less footwear? What if shoes took their cues from what indigenous communities have been wearing for centuries? And what can […]

Beyond the Ephemeral

AXOR Icons

MAKING TIME

NOMOS

Productivity

NOMOS, Autobahn

Back in 2014, world-renowned designers and partners Werner Aisslinger and Tina Bunyaprasit began collaborating with watchmakers, NOMOS Glashütte. Charged with creating a new timepiece, they drew inspiration from memories of […]

BELT BY RONAN & ERWAN BOUROULLEC FOR FLOS

A work of aesthetic minimalism and technical sophistication, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec’s modular light system Belt will compete for the next edition of the Compasso D’Oro. Milan, 27th October 2021 […]

PROJECT H – WARM LUXURY

The true protagonist of this renovation project is light, an element that can create an atmosphere, that can evoke a feeling. The natural light that filters through from the large […]

AXOR CITTERIO

Antonio Citterio transcends the disciplines. The Milanese architect designs skyscrapers, apartment buildings or corporate headquarters. But he also works on a small scale, conceiving furniture, lighting, sports equipment – and […]