Azure Magazine turns 30 this year, so to celebrate, they’ve just released an exclusively online journal highlighting some of the most important moments, movements and products in architecture and design over the last 30 years. Check it out here!
Constructs Laura Kicey
Construct is a series of images of places that do not exist. Their composite parts are the culmination of the ongoing photo-explorations of the artist. Using these photographic pieces, collected over three years, the artist blends together the intricate details of doors, bricks, peeling paint and mortar and gives them a new color and place of their own.
New Building Hospitalhof Stuttgart by Lederer+Ragnarsdottir+Oei
We love the gorgeous HOTEL CORT in Palma de Mallorca, Spain; designed by the talented Spanish design firm Lazaro Rosa Violan – Contemporain Studio.
Ikea is putting its flat-pack refugee shelters into production! Available as early as this summer, Ikea is going to produce 10,000 shelters to be given to refugees of natural disaster and conflict. The Ikea Foundation will give these shelters to the United Nations Refugee Agency to be distributed to families in need. Read more about this incredible product here.
Dreaming of a Hawaiian getaway on this cold Spring’s day, but these images of the Kona House by Olson Kundig Architects will have to do!
Happy Spring! Check out this vintage loft – perfect for spring with its white base and floral accents!
Structure by Samuel Lynn Davis
Inspired by the texture left in a yoghurt while eating it with a spoon , The Carved Bowls are a set of solid wood pin trays that combine with different sized concave areas. Ideal for the entrance of your home or your desk, you can leave your keys, coins, rings, or your personal items there. The different compartments allow you to separate the different objects by type or to create storage partitions in a shared flat (each member with a different area). The small version works perfectly as a jewellery tray on your bedside table or as a serving dish in restaurants.
Kutarq studio focuses on spatial and product design. It’s led by Jordi López Aguiló, architect and designer who has collaborated with prestigious firms such as: JDS Architects Copenhagen, Ibos et Vitart Paris, IVICSA Valencia, Bruno Mader Paris, and Eduard Bru Barcelona. Since setting up his own studio in 2012, he has worked in various fields ranging from furniture and lighting to interior design. Each project is the result of a methodical process, in which material and formal research have a very important role. The final pieces are timeless, simple, innovative and above all are meant to meet user needs.