Behind the Design of Supreme’s Brooklyn Store

1 2 3 4 Last October, Supreme opened the doors to its fledgling Brooklyn outpost. Conceptualized by lead architects Neil Logan and Minji Kim, the duo transformed the once delivery truck storage space into a 2,938-square-meter retail shop for the streetwear giant. An expansive skylight, seven-foot-tall brick walls with loose plaster, and metal benches with protruding grind […]

Virgil Abloh’s IKEA Chair Is Actually an Iconic 1950s Design According to Diet Prada

Virgil Abloh‘s “MAKERAD” project alongside IKEA was officially revealed to the public via live stream about a month ago. Although only prototypes were teased for the event, viewers got a better understanding of the inspiration for the collection — the range is basically geared for millennials who seek form and function in their everyday home furniture and accessories. […]

The Maleo Residence in Indonesia is a Luxurious Wellness Retreat

1 2 3 4 Located in the Indonesian state of West Praya, the Maleo Residence is designed to blend into its hillside setting and offer a luxurious retreat for its owners. Designed by Mitchel Squires & Associates, the geometric house offers views across the nearby ocean on one side, as well as a 180-degree view of the surrounding […]

Hefei Wantou Vanke Paradise Art Wonderland Brings High-End Design to Kindergarten

1 2 3 4 The latest architectural space to pique our interest is the Hefei Wantou Vanke Paradise Art Wonderland building. Created by Shanghai Tianhua Architectural Design, the space was built to support education in the new residential area near Hefei and includes a park, 15-class kindergarten which use interconnecting buildings. The inspiration for the space originally came from […]

Seth Rogen, Jason Schwartzman & More Design Limited-Edition Furniture Capsule

New York-based design magazine Sight Unseen has recruited a string of famous faces — including actors Seth Rogen and Jason Schwartzman and stylist Mel Ottenberg — and partnered them with 13 designers to create a furniture capsule. The Field Studies exhibition, which is currently on display in New York, includes everything from practical furniture such as chairs and mirrors to statement pieces including […]

The Land Ark Drake Fuses Contemporary Design With RV Living

1 2 In the quest to incorporate all the amenities that come with a full-sized home, along with impeccable design, Land Ark has introduced the Drake recreational vehicle house. As the brainchild of Brian Buzarde and Joni Buzarde (the two have been living in their RV home since 2012), the Drake is perfect for those living the modern nomadic life, […]

You Can Stay in the Secluded “Inhabit” Treehouse

1 2 3 4 Designed by architect Anthony Gibbon, the “Inhabit” treehouse in Woodstock, New York seamlessly blends into the surrounding forest. This effect is achieved through the use of materials — with a primarily wood construction from local trees — and a design that resembles a tree with only three points touching the ground. Another stand-out […]

A Look Inside the YEEZY Studio in Calabasas

Kanye West has been busy expanding his YEEZY line with a slew of new hires and a shift into architecture — speaking of the latter, we recently got a taste of Kanye’s architecture style via his new YEEZY headquarters in Calabasas, California. The new structure is a ’70s style two-story concrete building that boasts 14,390 square feet of office space, design and […]

The Air Jordan Son of Mars Low Gets Revamped in “Wolf Grey”

1 2 3 Jordan Brand continues to surprise us with new colorways of the Son of Mars Low silhouette. After seeing the sneaker recently in both red and navy hues, the collaborative Spike Lee design gets upgraded in a neutral gray rendition. Panels of suede leather sit alongside perforated materials to give more breathability to the shoe, while the sole sees a […]

Instagrams That Are Actually Worth Following

Fashion archiving—which sounds like the most unbelievably banal job description—is a proclivity perfectly matched to the Instagram platform. But reviving decades-old fashion gems isn’t purely an aesthetic, social exercise. Done right, it’s borderline scholarly. The best, rarest finds contextualize and bind today’s trends into a cohesive dialogue with the past. They decode homages, pay tribute […]