WORLD CITIES DAY 31·10·2019
15 Hudson Yards is the most ambitious real estate project developed so far in the United States. An 88-storey skyscraper with magnificent architecture that overlooks the Hudson River and the New York skyline. We have gone inside one of its penthouses by Kelly Behun.
The Madrid studio overseen by Belén Moneo and Jeff Brock pays tribute to Mexican vernacular architecture with this colourful and sustainable housing project.
Reminiscent of the architects, Barragán and Legorreta, Casa Tec 2015 is the prize awarded by the Tecnológico de Monterrey, which is geared towards raising funds to help the students who need it most.
The Valencian capital prevailed in the final duel with Bangalore (India) because of its Mediterranean vision and dissemination of design as a tool for improving communication and quality of life.
A capital status which is enhanced by great Valencian talent, and a magnificent cultural and museum offer.
After the recent announcement of the expansion of the Porcelanosa flagship store in New York, we look back to rebuild the architectural history of Manhattan. From the creation of the first skyscraper to the latest trends which turn towards green architecture.
After eight years in the creative team of designer, Pierre Cardin, Pierre Yovanovitch decided to create his very own studio in 2001 in order to devote all his time to his real passion: interior design.
With the American designers of the 40s and 60s and the Scandinavian style of Axel Einar Hjorth as a source of inspiration, Yovanovitch creates refined but unpretentious atmospheres in which modern elements go hand in hand with vintage art pieces.
The designer’s greatest work is his own studio, La Maison, a living reflection of his signature seal: Made in France.
Designed by the British architect, Justin Bere, under PassivHaus European standards, this 175m2 home located in Buckinghamshire complies with the ‘smart energy revolution’ standards.