The Skyhouse project, a 6,600-square-foot penthouse in lower Manhattan, might be the only apartment on the East Coast housing an 80 ft slide. Slide aside, the four year long, four floored project spearheaded by architect David Hotson and designer Ghislaine Viñas is a wondrous sight to behold.
Wright is delighted to present Shiro Kuramata and Hiroshi Sugimoto: Works from the Absent Past. This auction and exhibition celebrates two of the most creative minds of the 20th century, and will be presented entirely in New York.
Designed by Cincopatasalgato Architecture and located in San Salvador, El Salvador, the Costa Azul House is a private residence which embraces open space and enjoys views of the idyllic seaside. Warm and inviting, the residence is a direct reflection of the place it is located in – the sunny seaside of San Salvador.
Designed by the Japanese office Ma-Style Architects, the Light Walls House is a beautiful and minimal house located in Toyokawa, Japan. According to the architects, the site is in a shady location and gives an impression of darkness with the houses around intensifying the shadows.
Over the past 3 months The Moving Museum saw 35 international artists join 11 local artists in Istanbul in a period of intensive research, production, and public engagement, and each artist was commissioned to engage in a major new work during their time in the city.
Pullman Tour Eiffel just opened with the second sample of Mathieu Lehanneur ’s “Business Playground” concept : reinvention of the meeting room as a perfect illustration of the “blurring” of private and professional life.
Perrier-Jouët’s latest commissioned design work, Ephemerā’ by mischer’traxler, was revealed at Design Miami/ 2014.
Renowned artist Do Ho Suh’s latest exhibition at The Contemporary in Austin, Texas is a depiction of his scale and site-specific art, taking inspiration from his personal biography.
Since he left Seoul after graduating, his art has often been influenced by migration which is manifested through architecture and subtle sculptures.
Minneapolis-based designer Jonathan Muecke has been commissioned to create the Pavilion for the tenth anniversary of Design Miami/.
Muecke studied architecture at Iowa State, interning at the architectural office of Herzog & de Meuron in Basel, Switzerland before studying design at the Cranbrook Academy of Art.
Located in the middle of the square in the city of Blaibach, Germany stands the Concert Hall designed by architect Peter Haimerl.
Haimerl's design brings forth a place to celebrate culture while maintaining the visual integrity and sound isolation for the surrounding neighborhood.
In its 10th edition, Design Miami/ pays tribute to the evolution of the collectible design market with its founding galleries and celebrates the growing interest in work from the 1970s and 80s, classic and contemporary American design and the materials of the moment alongside new works commissioned for the fair.
The TriBeCa Penthouse was created by Belgian designer Axel Vervoordt and Japanese architect Tatsuro Miki, in close collaboration with the hotel’s partners Ira Drukier and Robert De Niro. The 6,800 sq ft suite was inspired by the TriBeCa neighborhood’s industrial past fused with the ancient Japanese aesthetic of Wabi.