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  1. Printemps cel­e­brat­es sport


    Parisian depart­ment store Print­emps is arrang­ing a spe­cial photo exhi­bi­tion that illus­trates few emblem­atic sport­ing dis­ci­plines com­bined with a dose of styl­ish ele­gance. Paris-​​based pho­tog­ra­pher Nico­las Val­ois cap­tures the essence of sport in a series of strik­ing images...

  2. Media

  3. ‘Italian Job’ installation


    Richard Wilson’s work is featuring on top of the beautiful De La Warr Pavillion in Bexhill. Named “Hang on a minute lads, I’ve got a great idea” the work is part of the London 2012 Festival within the Cultural Olympiad. It is even made to rock on the edge, got to love it!

  4. Karl Lagerfeld at Selfridges


    On Tues­day July 24th London’s Sel­f­ridges will exclu­sively launch two col­lec­tions from the iconic designer: Karl Man + Woman and the debut of Karl Lager­feld Paris Man. Sel­ridges will house a pop-​​up store on the third floor. Finally, Sel­f­ridges will also have a spe­cial lineup called Team Karl, cel­e­brat­ing the Lon­don Olympics with a lim­ited range of related items.

  5. World’s tallest building in 90 days???


    Doesn’t it seem like the moment you get a new phone or laptop, it’s obsolete? About the only folks more competitive than tech companies dueling it out for supremacy are the architects and construction companies vying for the crown of The World’s Tallest Building.

    Well, ding, ding, ding, ladies and gentlemen, we have a new contender stepping into the ring. Broad Group, a Chinese construction company, has announced plans to build the world’s tallest skyscraper. Not only that, they plan to knock it out in only 90 days.

  6. LA Story


    We made a trip out to Los Angeles recently, soaking up some of the local atmosphere. LA is always fresh and exciting. Unlike some other parts of America, retail over there has its own unique flavour.

    We’ve managed to edit down the hundreds of photos we took into something a bit more informative. For a taste of LA retail today... download this!

  7. Can you get people to walk more, simply with smart signage?


    Matt Tomasulo is a designer who wanted to encourage residents to rediscover the joys of walking around town, so he put up notices that stated how long it took to get from here to there, ”here” and “there” being any number of specially selected locations...on foot. People paid attention, and Walk [Your City] was born.