The last of nearly 4,500 metal stars was placed Sunday on the outer layer of the dome on Abu Dhabi’s Louvre museum, expected to open in 2016.
Moleskine is celebrating the 100th anniversary of Coca-Cola’s glass contour bottle with a notebook collection inspired by its curves.
Construction work on ‘Aladdin City’, a project inspired by the tales of Aladdin and Sindbad, will start next year.
Fashion designer Alexander Wang has collaborated with Evian to design the French mineral water company’s latest bottle.
Louis Vuitton is collaborating for the first time with the Rugby World Cup to design a case for the Webb Ellis Cup, the sport’s biggest prize.
A new pedestrian bridge designed by the Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson has been inaugurated in Copenhagen.
Maison Kitsune pays homage to the city of lights into the latest Starbucks card with Parisian chic designs of iconic architectures.
“Adidas Originals = Pharrell Williams Supershell” releases worldwide on August 7 in stores and at www.adidas.com.
British designer Tom Dixon has unveiled a set of copper-covered items for brewing and serving coffee.
One of America’s most iconic shoes, Converse’s Chuck Taylor All Star, is getting a make over.
The home division of Maison Lacroix is collaborating on a collection with lighting company Forestier.
It seems Paris is fond of glass pyramids. Because city officials have just approved plans to build another giant pyramid or triangle-shaped structure,
The limited edition teas have the couturier’s signature sailor stripes, seaside blue, and rebel tattoos.
The Armchair of a Thousand Eyes is a unique collaboration between designer labels Fendi and Campana Brothers.
China’s online gaming operator NetDragon has its headquarters modeled after the Star Trek’s Starship Enterprise, new reports have confirmed.
Several top labels have been showcasing home interior collections for years, and pretty soon, they’ll be kitting out our patios too.
The prestigious Parisian wallpaper and fabric maker has teamed with American street artist Toxic for a collaborative collection.
Commemorating 50 years since the passing of le corbusier, a number of furnishings brands are returning to his work.
The Finnish design house invited Klaus Haapaniemi to bring his ornate illustrations to a new tableware collection.
Paris is aiming to reduce 75% of its greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, so could these futuristic green skyscrapers be the way forward?