Christine Woodside draws on her recent trips to Italy, placing her familiar still life and dove compositions before a dramatic window-framed vista of Tuscan or Umbrian landscape.
Drops is the name of the first collection of cement tiles designed by MUTDESIGN. A new concept of encaustic cement tile floors that reinvents the late nineteenth century flooring technique to suit currents trends.
With increasing optical intensity John McAllister’s smart, wryly elegant new paintings continue to negotiate a path between past and present, painting and photography, decoration and documentation, and modernism and postmodernism.
Raymond Saá ‘s works are graphic and flat, like the graffiti visible around the neighborhood. As well elegant and abstract floral designs painted on these non-conventional surfaces.
Located on a Parisian 19th century housing building, an apartment is entirely re-designed by SWAN Architectes to make a home for an art lover. Initially partitioned into a series of small rooms, the dwelling space is now wide open, emphasizing the east/west orientation axis that allows natural light to spread in all day long from side to side.