Products tagged with 'Design That Finds Beauty In Purpose'

HAN ROH: MAKING THE TESSEL

published at 2018-12-13 14:00:10
Calum Gordon talks with DITA designer Han Roh about engineering this seasons most innovative frame — the DITA Tessel .


Revolutions aren’t always loud. Heads don’t roll, there’s no yellow jackets. Sometimes they’re quiet — unnoticeable, even. To you or I, the DITA Tessel probably lo... More

CHRISTIAN HORNER: RACING LINE

published at 2018-11-13 16:01:12

Ahead of the final Formula One race of 2018, Aston Martin Red Bull Racing's Team Principal Christian Horner sat down to discuss what it takes to build a championship winning team, mentality and car.

Discover more about our official partnership with Aston Martin Red Bull Racing by following this link to read about th... More

RUBY BARBER OF MARY LENNOX: BLOSSOMS IN BERLIN

published at 2018-07-05 10:38:23

From her Berlin atelier, florist Ruby Barber of avant-garde florist Mary Lennox is subverting traditional flower arranging into something beyond the realms of imagination. Bunches and bouquets might be replaced by a single statement stem, and centrepieces usurped by progressive structures made of hay, adorned with local produce.

The daughter of a gallerist and photographer was profo... More

IVÁN NAVARRO: PHOTOTAXIS

published at 2018-05-29 15:52:20

It is hard not to be seduced by Ivàn Navarro’s sculptures. His deft use of neon lights and hall-of-mirror illusions build worlds of continuous visual planes that are both fascinating and unnerving, as if a step beyond their intangible threshold might lead to an eternal neon imprisonment.

On first glance, this emotive contrast might seem to be a preoccupation with aesthetics, but ... More

ETUDE BY FRÉDÉRIC FOREST

published at 2018-05-01 08:34:48

Born and raised in Annecy, the "Pearl of French Alps", Frédéric Forest discovered his first love before he could even write: drawing.

This passion lead him to Paris to study design and took him around Europe, working for a host of luxury brands, before settling back into Parisian life where he started his own design studio, Forest & Giaconia, with interior and product designer Clémen... More

CHEF TORU OKUDA: ARTFUL REVERENCE

published at 2018-03-05 12:25:09

Toru Okuda is widely regarded as the master of traditional multi-course “kaiseki” cuisine, a Japanese precursor to contemporary “tasting” menus that dates back as early as the 9th century.

His Tokyo restaurants Ginza Okuda and Ginza Kojyu were awarded three and two stars, respectively in 2007 and 2012, by the Michelin Guide and he recently opened a seven-seater restaurant in New... More

MAXIME PLESCIA-BUCHI: RADICAL INKING

published at 2018-01-09 11:18:56

Maxime Plescia-Buchi did not meet many people with tattoos when he was growing up in rural Switzerland. “There were only three people I remember…” he says. Still, the guy with the crude anchor on his arm, the skater hippy who showed him as a wide-eyed teen how to stick and poke, and the man he glimpsed at the local pool with a topless mermaid inked on his skin all made a lasting impressio... More

ANDRA MATIN: A SILENT SHOUT

published at 2017-12-06 12:30:37

Matin’s diverse portfolio can be found in many different forms, across the equally varied islands that make up his home country of Indonesia.

From elevated private residences to revitalised public parks; from striking galleries and restaurants to contemplative places of worship — he finds strength in pockets of quiet beauty and beauty in unapologetic shows of strength.

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