For the launch of Netflix’s LBGT+ movie The Invisible Thread, DUDE agency has created HOM, an ironic campaign and a temporary design store for families with same-gender parents.
A retro-futuristic Frank Lloyd Wright, an Edward Hopper’s carnival and the sharp contrasts of German Expressionism inspired the product designers competing for an Oscar at the 2022 Academy Awards.
Squid Game, Netflix’s most watched series so far, features surreal architecture inspired by childhood memories, Escher’s artwork and Santiago Calatrava’s pure white interiors. *Spoiler alert!
How long does excellence take? This is the opening question of the ‘Decades in the Making’ short movie featuring two masters of their craft: acclaimed Japanese architect Kengo Kuma and Richard Paterson, Master Distiller of Dalmore, Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky.
LET’S GO, BBC Tokyo Olympics trail by Nexus Studios and Factory Fifteen pays homage to the Japanese capital blending pop culture with sport.
The pandemic has forced us to think hard and get creative to convert our homes from anti-pandemic prisons to friendlier, even productive living spaces. For the RELATED STORIES project, JPAG studio has created colorful billboards placed outside of Beirut apartments and short videos narrating the physical and emotional change each home has undergone.
Haunted hotels, sci-fi interiors and erotic milk bars. London Design Museum celebrates the work of Stanley Kubrick. The exhibition explores the director’s unique command of the whole creative process of film making.
Australian photographer Tom Blachford explores Tokyo’s Blade Runner-style architecture portraying iconic buildings by Kenzo Tange, Kisho Kirosawa and more…
Anime Architecture: London’s House of Illustration showcases hand drawn dystopian futures shaping sci-fi and beyond.
From Blade Runner to Game of Thrones, but also Mulholland Drive, North by Northwest and The Big Lebowsky. Archipanic celebrates Frank Lloyd Wright’s 150th Anniversary featuring 12 iconic movies filmed or inspired by the American Architect’s masterpieces.
In 2017, long awaited masterpieces will either reach us out from galaxies far far away or envision cyberpunk urbanscapes. Get ready for iconic Sci-Fi architecture and design from Alien, Metropolis, Blade Runner and more.
With LABOR documentary Pete Collard, Tim Abrahams and Richard John Seymour interviewed Portuguese immigrants who work in London building industry about their relationship with their home-country and post Brexit UK.
Photo-essay by Amey Kandalgaonkar portrays Shanghai Art Deco architecture revealing a the dark-side of a new Gotham City.
Pop-corns, comfy seats and good-humour, Nordic cinema meets IKEA: get ready for flat-packed vendetta and odd furniture-mates.
Design from a galaxy far far away. We peeked into the rolling technology of BB-8, the adorable droid starring in Star Wars’ new trilogy: The Force Awakens. Can you guess how does it work?
Haubitz + Zoche photographic journey portrays Indian movie theaters, doomed architectures that witnessed an era when people use to hang out without digital interaction and Netflix didn’t exist.
Inspired by Christopher Nolan’s movie, Inception by Luca Nichetto is Seletti dish rack/desk organizer that reproduces a foldable 3D model of Midtown Manhattan.
Architect and photographer Miguel de Guzmán with his own studio Imagen Subliminal realized the El Espinar House project and presented it with an eclectic architecture video that takes inspiration by Red Riding Hood story and Michel Gondry’s style with a dark dash of David Lynch.
Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine completed LIVING ARCHITECTURE: the movie serie that develops a new way of looking at architecture starting from masterpieces by Koolhaas, Meier, Gehry’s, Piano and Herzog & de Meuron.