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A journey Through Irainan Architecture

Meet Mehrdad. A must follow account on instagram called @m1rasoulifard. A photographer, who is taking viewers on a visual journey through the history of Iranian architecture and design. He captures the structural and artistic intricacies of Iran’s most significant places of worship and cultural complexes, from the Jāmeh Mosque — one of the oldest still…

Yener Torun

Although we admire the historical texture of Istanbul, we all agree that the city is being transformed due to new formations. Our astonishment after seeing Yener Torun’s work on his Instagram account @cimkedi is due to this reason. Torun, who is an architect and a photographer, goes for a treasure hunt around the city and…

Nick Spanswick

Weddings have always been more about the woman than the man in a classic setting; the groom does what the bride wants. The best men follow what the wedding organizer tells them to do. The father of the bride pays for the wedding and is forever hushed afterwards… We are here to introduce a man,…

Ayşe Birsel

Design addresses a particular field that knows no boundaries nowadays with limitless possibilities within. Today everything has become apart of a design and inevitably creating a need for innovation. Furthermore, new ideas within this developing world are a resource consumed faster compared to past times. In this sense we continue to design new risks, new…

Baume Mercier Capeland

Taking the celebration of special moments in life as its starting point, Baume & Mercier highlights one more time the fact that framing the flow of time does not only mean the minutes or the hours. Baume & Mercier müzesinde bulunan 1948 yılından kalma vintage tek düğmeli kronograftan esinlenilerek hazırlanan Capeland Shelby Cobra koleksiyonu; retro…

Matthias Jung

German graphic designer Mat- thias Jung continues his project “Surreal Homes”, of which he started with the use of paper and scissors as a child, and then continued with Photoshop. He creates dreamlike houses with his collage works that he pro- duces sometimes deconstructing the buildings he photographs and sometimes placing them on different backgrounds.…

Paul Scher

Interfering with past, future and certainly present time, Paula Scher told us about how she took up designing, her days at Pentagram, digitalized culture and arts industries and her future plans. You are invited to this pleasant interview. How did you become a designer? Can you inform us about the process? I went to Tyler…

Taco

Published in 2011 in Merida, Mexico, Taller de Arquitectura Contextual, TACO, is a design agency that gets to the root of the spatial problems and offer creative solutions. Almost all of their works are based in Mexico’s south-east, the office works in many fields of architecture from urban to interior, landscape to furniture. On one…

Michael Jantzen

We got to know Michael Jantzen, who makes us question our perception of space thanks to his extraordinary methods, through his dream-like house projects. Successfully bearing the titles of conceptual designer, artist, architect and engineer, Jantzen replied to the questions we were curious about. How did you start designing your buildings? What was your motivation…

Like Me: Our Bond With Brands

As part of the London Design Festival, a display examining the power of the bond between people and brands, curated by branding pioneer Lippincott – the creative consultancy behind the Coca-Cola ribbon, the Campbell’s soup label and the latest Starbucks siren. 19–27 SEPTEMBER 2015, DESIGN MUSEUM, LONDON…