For the April-May cover story of the bi-monthly Russh Magazine, Benny Horne photographs Julia Nobis in pale, understated looks. Styled by fashion editor Gillian Wilkins, Julia dons Celine, Vivienne Westwood, Diane von Furstenberg and Rodarte amongst others.
The stunning Les Miserables actress Amanda Seyfried is in Un-Titled Project's latest issue. She stars in this series of moody images for photographer Malerie Marder. Amanda wears Theyskens' Theory, Isabel Marant and Lanvin.
Some of our most-loved sitcoms are centered around the characters' apartments. So much so that we can instantly recognize these apartment layouts discovered on the Deviant Art profile of designer Iñaki Aliste Lizarralde. Check them out and see if they look familiar to you:
Compact spaces can be really fun to work with because they're usually encased in a smart design behind the decoration to make the space more comfortable without it being boring, whilst maintaining some practicality.
This apartment was recently done for a newlywed couple in Taiwan by PMK+Designers. The modern project is entitled "Between Art and Music", with the aim of giving the client a night and day difference from their day job - where white marble counter tops and bright walls surround their dental clinic.
COA collaborated with Fuchs, Wacker Architekten to develop Big Bay Beach House, a modern residence in Cape Town, South Africa. The home is built around a central leisure space to ensure a high degree of openness and various views from each of its rooms.
Architects Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas have been selected to build a $180 million Moscow Polytechnic Museum and Educational Center which is aiming for a 2017 completion.
Fuksas believes that the center will draw some life to Moscow's Sparrow Hills district: "It's one of my most beautiful projects and it is an Italian victory. The museum and educational center must become a milestone and reflect the image of the new generation."
This concept skecth done by architects Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas was the winning design that won them the contract to build the $180 million Polytechnic Museum and Educational Centre in Moscow's Sparrow Hills district. The stucture will also house a shop, cafe, space for installations, two auditoriums and basement access for efficient loading.
Styled by Yasmine Eslami, Malgosia Bela is in Numéro Tokyo’s May issue in a number of understated styles captured by Eric Guillemain. Malgosia wears a palette of neutral hues from labels like Chloe, Chanel, Giorgio Armani, and Vivienne Westwood.
Supermodels Candice Swanepoel, Alessandra Ambrosio, Maryna Linchuk and Erin Heatherton sizzle in the sun for the latest Victoria's Secret summer catalogue. The girls rock bandeaus, one-pieces, and bikini swimwear.
There's something so relaxing about looking at embers burn. But instead of risking setting your house on fire, Paul Foeckler of Split Grain has desinged a range of stylish lamps that look just like the real thing. Made out of wood from California cypress trees, each one requires about 100 hours of slicing and sanding before an LED is inserted inside. Price ranges for $750 to $1,950.
Elina Vasilyevna stars in this beauty series shot by Jeff Tse. She wears some braided hairstyles and elaborate updos by hair stylist Cash Lawless. The shoot's Victorian styling was complemented with makeup by Tiffany Saxby.
Sporting all-white looks, Saskia de Brauw is the latest face to star in H&M's campaign. Lensed by Peter Gehrke, the stylish spring looks were selected by Emelie Johansson with art direction by Michael Kangas.
Sasha Pivovarova is a 21st century pin-up in this seductive editorial photographed by Craig McDean for Interview Magazine's April issue. Sasha rocks a number of spring looks from Versace, Alberta Ferretti, Roberto Cavalli and Balenciaga.
If you've always dreamed of living in that snow fortress shown at the
end of Inception, then you might want to pack up and move to one of the
units in this apartment complex.
Located in Lausanne, Switzerland, the building was designed by PRS Architects and has a total of six individual units, each with its own unique floor plan. Sharp corners were added to the ends of the structure due to the constraints of the size of the property. Amenities include access to a private garden, a balcony, and a terrace. View more pics below:
Zaha Hadid has a new tower, and they look like are stretching the sky. The new building is the headquarters of French shipping and container company CMA CGM. It's nearly 500 feet tall. Check out another shot of it below: [ArchDaily]