The idiosyncrasies of Six Week Residency tell a story of abandon, exploring the energy of subculture and portraying a lifestyle that gives permission to those wanting to have fun with their wardrobe. Six Week Residency is polished roughness. It’s undone, untethered, and deliberate.
Inspired by boatbuilding in rural Portugal, designer Mircea Anghel surrenders to the flow of nature to determine his furniture’s forms.
Whether industrial or residential, architect Pierre Thiabult’s body of work is a dialogue between landscape and architecture. Buried, nestled, and immersed in nature, the geometry of his studio’s designs creates meditative contrasts between a structure’s parallel lines and natural curved forms in rolling hills, water, and trees, from an abbey in Saint-Jean-de-Matha to the Belvédère de Val-Jalbert.
Oregon bar à vin, a popular spot for wine and bites in Laval’s Sainte-Rose neighbourhood, now has a moody little sister. The latest addition to the restaurant is La Florida, a chic dimly lit buvette for cocktails and small plates.
Owned by Sweden’s H&M but headquartered in London, fashion giant COS has tapped rising British designer Reece Yeboah for an ebullient collection that rethinks the brand’s classic aesthetic, marking the launch of his brand YEBOAH.
Chris Fusaro’s design ethos informs his exploration with materials. He strives for lightness (“Don’t make something heavy if it doesn’t need to be”) and generally gravitates toward mono materiality, which allows an organic process. The shapes are simple but expressive, relying on eccentric silhouettes that still make sense.
Platform—a boutique shopping centre in Los Angeles’ Culver City—is now also home to Atrio, the new retail concept by celebrated designer Jeremiah Brent.
The wigs may be long gone, but it’s clear the Gulikers’ pursuit of luxury locks is still their mane game.
Reynold Rodriguez doesn’t remember most of his dreams. Yet somehow they find their way into his visual stories through a process the designer describes as “transforming the intangible.”