Would Like To Meet_ Alice Taylor, MakieLab
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Would Like To Meet_ Alice Taylor, MakieLab

Mass-Customisation is an oxymoron of a trend in its slickest form; creative, contradictory, attention-grabbing. It is also one of the most accessible of the disruptive trends available to consumers today. It does not get more open, personal… and playful. One such company at the forefront of this trend is MakieLab. Part of this new breed … Continue reading

Gen X, Y Or Z [sic]… Moxy To “Create Your Escape Route”?
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Gen X, Y Or Z [sic]… Moxy To “Create Your Escape Route”?

Have you heard the one about the brand new, soon-to-be-launched hotel chain created especially for the ‘Millennials’ ? The project is Moxy Hotels, created by one of the global hospitality ‘big hitters’ Marriott International, in partnership with the global ‘big hitter’ of home furnishings *Ikea to provide “affordable” lodging for “millennial global nomads.” Pssst… in case you’re not already acquainted, the ‘Millennials’, … Continue reading

When Storytelling Becomes Reality
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When Storytelling Becomes Reality

When Storytelling becomes a reality, an identity… With branding by GBH (Gregory Bonner Hale) and interiors by Philippe Starck, ‘Miss Kō’ is inspired by the character’s imagined ‘world’. The Asian fusion restaurant opened recently in Paris, is described by GBH as “…the future; a place where cultures collide, fantasy rules and nothing is what it … Continue reading

Skiing In ‘Alpine’ Copenhagen
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Skiing In ‘Alpine’ Copenhagen

This project for a Waste-to-Energy Ski Slope in Copenhagen by architects Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), lept to our attention as it combines three of our favourite subjects; snow sports, design and sustainability awareness! Finally breaking ground on 4th March 2013, the Amagerforbrændingen as it’s known, will take the city’s waste and burn it to create … Continue reading