Photo from a party for the opening of Van Alen Books on West Street in Manhattan. The bookstore's opening date is actually four days after the party, which was held at a bar next door. The space is designed by LOT-EK.
Pieter Weijnen’s brand of maritime modernism brings a touch of magic to Amsterdam’s Steigereiland, where the architect built his family’s home. The "floating" staircase is actually supported by steel rods hidden within each step. Photo by: Hertha Hurnaus
This window literally uses every color in the rainbow, but it's so simple and interesting that it doesn't overwhelm. Window Display: Rainbow brights and an unconventional swing set make for a whimsical window display at Chanel.
Each piece of furniture is a “hybrid,” an unlikely combination of two objects with no obvious relationship. For example, a city block has mated with a desk to create workspaces that look like little gabled houses.
Van Alen Books addresses the point that despite the fact that print book sales are slowly dwindling down, especially with the rise of the Kindle, public spaces where people can meet and discuss is what makes book stores relevant.
Built by Hironaka Ogawa & Associates in Saitama, Japan with date Images by Daici Ano. This is a project for a wedding facility located by a suburban road. The client desired to launch a fresh wedding bra.