Isay Weinfeld - An Architect from Brazil

21/10/2019 architecture & interior visual culture

Architecture is for Listeners

Bauhaus minimalism meets tasteful elegance. The Brazilian architect Isay Weinfeld designs houses and hotels in style. On Weinfeld's 67th birthday we look at Brazilian writer and journalist Raul Juste Lores essay from our book.
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Martha Ortiz On Empowerment Through Plating

09/09/2019 food & beverages visual culture

Martha Ortiz On Empowerment Through Plating

"Kitchens should be like orchestras where each instrument has its own time and rhythm," explains acclaimed Mexican chef Martha Ortiz. Following a feature in our book, Story on a Plate, Ortiz opens up about empowering feminism through plating and how Latin American cuisine is set to conquer global gastronomy.
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The Berlin Design Studio Reviving Hand-Print Artistry

05/09/2019 visual culture

The Berlin Design Studio Reviving Hand-Print

When Tim Berners-Lee created the internet back in 1989, the print industry and physical disc format were prognosticated to wither to the online world. Instead, we are seeing a resurgence. We talk Handsiebdruckerei as they create mementos for our new book The Touch.
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The Touch - Spaces Designed for the Senses

04/09/2019 architecture & interior visual culture

The Touch: Spaces Designed for the Senses

Kinfolk, Norm Architects, and gestalten have come together to present architecture and interiors that are not only visually appealing but which engage all of the human senses. Exploring 25 different haptic design structures and interior designs that enhance experiences through five different pillars: materiality, community, light, nature, and color.
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A Space Between Reality and Fantasy

30/08/2019 travel visual culture

A Space Between Reality and Fantasy

The details captured by Gustav Willeit give his images some verisimilitude, a sense of reality at first glance, but the sharp lines of symmetry also shape an almost fantasy-like version of the landscape.
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Visualizing The Taboo of Stress In The Creative Industries

07/08/2019 visual culture

Visualizing The Taboo of Stress

The stress and anxiety of working on a grueling production design brief triggered Christian Baumgartner to create 'angst.' Documenting a broken work environment where deadlines, long-drawn processes, and temperamental personas create a feeling of delicacy, danger, and anxiety.
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