The bridge will be part of a larger city expansion project in light of the games and beyond.
The international furnishings trade fair has grown significantly since its inception in 2006, with more suppliers and exhibitors than ever before.
Morocco now has the longest cable-stayed bridge in the African continent.
Take a tour of some of the city’s boutique design hotels that will sleep A-list visitors looking for more than just a place to lay their head.
Co-designed by the Dutch and Korean architectural firms, Seoul’s new entertainment plaza will be doused in a luminous blanket of yellow light.
Conceived by Vincent Gregoire, the exhibition translates its inspiration from the world of games in a fantastical Baroque twist.
Inspiration can be found in the unlikeliest places, something we know all too well.
A sofa for those who simply can’t decide, the innovative furniture is set to making a yacht much more personalized.
Obsolete Airbus A32 aircrafts get an environmentally-friendly facelift in the form of unique home pieces.
The designer will design a new range of homeware and accessories for the American brand.
The French entrepreneur talks about her ideal home, where she gets her inspiration and what sets Stylodeco apart from other home furnishing companies.
Design and climate change come together in a structure in Greenland for both scientists and the public.
Making a great product is wonderful but the brand takes it one step further to create a wonderful product that makes a difference.
With the eagerly awaited Maison & Objet still months away, these are some exhibits across the world to scratch your design itch.
The famous museum pays tribute to the 20th century architecture with a major exhibition marking the 150th anniversary of his birth.
Branch Technology’s competition to plan out a house for the future finds a winner
This year’s summer pavilion by the famous British art gallery is ready and will be on display alongside a host of activities.
Thoughtful design and orientation ensure a constant flow of sea breeze in a large holiday home outside Bangkok.
The work of the vibrant postmodern designer will run alongside the Venice Architecture Biennale, focusing on his designs for the Italian manufacturer Olivetti.
The architect’s futuristic and unique designs will be displayed in a retrospective running until November