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nicolo | architectural materials,architecture,design | Monday, January 31st, 2011


Keiichi Hayashi, started his studio in 1997 and is now partnered by Yoshu Nakayama. The studio has created a portfolio of innovative and eccentric housing studies, ranging from horizontal, light-filled interpretations of the bungalow to the recent House on the Mountainside

roboty reczyne

nicolo | art,design,fashion | Monday, January 31st, 2011


Polish freestyle knitwear studio that does some truly wonderful stuff with good ol’ wool

bruce munro

nicolo | art,design,installations | Sunday, January 30th, 2011


known for his adventurous light sculptures, shown above are his water towers, integrated into the gothic architecture of a cloistered walkway at salisbury

menardo

nicolo | architecture,design | Sunday, January 30th, 2011


Spanish firm that is all about the beautiful contrasts of rich textures, light and shadow and earth tones

tom ford

nicolo | design,fashion | Saturday, January 29th, 2011


in obvious contrast to this morning’s post, here is the fashion icon infatuated with the surreal and sleek erotic side of the female and male forms

katy grannan

nicolo | art,photography | Saturday, January 29th, 2011


educated at U. Penn and Yale and residing in Berkeley, this young photographer is infatuated with the often grotesque nature of the female form

madelin

nicolo | architecture,travel | Friday, January 28th, 2011


extreme luxury meets extreme skiing with this alpine resort that you may arrive at most irresponsibly either by Hummer limo or helicopter

yanagihara

nicolo | architectural materials,architecture,design | Friday, January 28th, 2011


young, highly skilled, Osaka based architect already deep in the development of an impressive portfolio

amy capellini

nicolo | design,fashion | Thursday, January 27th, 2011


now concentrating on producing two seasonal bag collections for men and women as well as an ongoing Classics Collection and having had collaborations with the art and design worlds are most notably the Tate Modern and Apple Inc.

disaster relief

nicolo | design | Thursday, January 27th, 2011


the video is almost comical, but the subject -disaster relief solutions – is deadly serious. Koodos to Daiwa for addressing this important topic and providing an interesting solution

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