Designed by Gérard Mannoni (born 1928), this parfume bottle is another great example of symbiosis between form and function.

Mannoni belongs to the group or extraordinary French artists who created sculptors as well as unique design during the 1960s and 1970s. His typical organic layared forms are evident in his parfume bottle design for Carven as well. Designed in 1971, his flacon for Variations scent by French fashion house is a great intimate and personal sculpture of its every user.









Produced by Beirut-based Carwan gallery, this catalogue documents work of Vienna-based studio mischer'traxler.

Gradient Mashrabiya sideboard is a limited piece of furniture reflecting motive of gradient in 3D form. Executed by master craftsmen in Lebanon, the sideboard features redefined constructive system of the traditional mashrabiyas: delicate wooden window screens often found in Middle Eastern architecture.

The designers have created complex wooden construction which is simplificated from one side to the another and creates outstading wooden piece with 3D decorative gradient.












Produced by Beirut-based Carwan gallery, this catalogue documents work of Vienna-based studio mischer'traxler.

Gradient Mashrabiya sideboard is a limited piece of furniture reflecting motive of gradient in 3D form. Executed by master craftsmen in Lebanon, the sideboard features redefined constructive system of the traditional mashrabiyas: delicate wooden window screens often found in Middle Eastern architecture.

The designers have created complex wooden construction which is simplificated from one side to the another and creates outstading wooden piece with 3D decorative gradient.




Alfa Romeo BAT 9
Alfa Romeo BAT 9
Alfa Romeo BAT 5
Alfa Romeo BAT 5

Alfa Romeo BAT 7
Alfa Romeo BAT 7

For your big interest in Bertone styled Chevrolet Testudo, we are here with another Bertone classics again.

This time it is ultimate series of concept cars which Bertone designed for Alfa Romeo. BAT series includes three unique vehicles designed and released between 1953 and 1955. BAT 5, BAT 7 and BAT were designed chronologically each year and represent design great evolution of shapes and aerodynamic.

The cars were named BAT for "Berlinetta Aerodinamica Tecnica." All the cars featured large rear bumpers and curved fins, truly a unique design. The main aim of the cars was to design vehicle with the lowest possible drag coefficient.

The three original BATs are currently on exhibit at the Blackhawk Museum in Blackhawk, California. In 2008, Bertone and Alfa Romeo have presented another car, BAT 11, but its contemporary design has never reached the quality of the originals.






Designed and built between 1947 and 1954 by Ignazio Gardella (1905 – 1999), Casa al Parco as Gio Ponti named this apartament building in Milan in his period article in Domus, is the finest example of the work of the famous Italian modernist.

Modernist, yet eclectic, Casa Tognella is the impressive modernist block situated very close to Parco Sempione and Triennale museum. The facade which we have documented some years ago during our visit of Salone del Mobile, features minimalist and carefully composed architectural details, such as an original railings, wooden shutters and others. The building is divided into two blocks, each of them with different facede and floor plan.

The form of the building illustrates Gardella`s 1950s style very much with his typical lightness, attention to details and reminiscences for historical styles.






Designed and built between 1947 and 1954 by Ignazio Gardella (1905 – 1999), Casa al Parco as Gio Ponti named this apartament building in Milan in his period article in Domus, is the finest example of the work of the famous Italian modernist.

Modernist, yet eclectic, Casa Tognella is the impressive modernist block situated very close to Parco Sempione and Triennale museum. The facade which we have documented some years ago during our visit of Salone del Mobile, features minimalist and carefully composed architectural details, such as an original railings, wooden shutters and others. The building is divided into two blocks, each of them with different facede and floor plan.

The form of the building illustrates Gardella`s 1950s style very much with his typical lightness, attention to details and reminiscences for historical styles.


Poc in collaboration with Swedish cyclist Gustav Larsson, Olympic time trial silver medalist, has developed unique time trial helmet which you could see at the Time trial London Olympics competition yesterday wearing by Swedish representatives.

Futuristic Tempor helmet represents, with its robust form, perfect connection of safety and aerodynamics. "The helmet provides the highest possible safety thanks to the appropriate thickness of the liner at exposed areas around the helmet. The ventilation system is optimized with regard to impact absorption without neglecting air flow and aerodynamics. In addition, the fluorescent color increases visibility. The Tempor helmet has overlapping upper and lower shells and includes a detachable visor."








As a homage to legendary set decorator and interior designer Barbara D'Arcy, Rafael de Cárdenas of Architecture at Large has created psychadelic environment for Wallpaper Hand Made project.

Barbara D'Arcy (1928 - 2012) is famous for her wonderful set decorations at Bloomingdale department store in New York during the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. Including the famous designs of the era, Kartell furniture, Pierre Cardin and others, she created a world full of colors, shapes and psychadelic supergraphics motives. Sometimes extremely futuristic, sometimes very eclectic, her interiors helped change Americans’ taste in home furnishings of the period.

Commissioned by Wallpaper magazine, Rafael de Cárdenas has created D'Arcy Party, the installation including some silver Componibili modular units originally designed by Anna Castelli Ferrieri in 1969. The same pieces D'Arcy used in her Kartell merchandise displays as well.








As a homage to legendary set decorator and interior designer Barbara D'Arcy, Rafael de Cárdenas of Architecture at Large has created psychadelic environment for Wallpaper Hand Made project.

Barbara D'Arcy (1928 - 2012) is famous for her wonderful set decorations at Bloomingdale department store in New York during the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. Including the famous designs of the era, Kartell furniture, Pierre Cardin and others, she created a world full of colors, shapes and psychadelic supergraphics motives. Sometimes extremely futuristic, sometimes very eclectic, her interiors helped change Americans’ taste in home furnishings of the period.

Commissioned by Wallpaper magazine, Rafael de Cárdenas has created D'Arcy Party, the installation including some silver Componibili modular units originally designed by Anna Castelli Ferrieri in 1969. The same pieces D'Arcy used in her Kartell merchandise displays as well.



Unveiled at Geneva Motor Show 1963, Chevrolet Testudo styled by Bertone is one of the seminal works of this Italian design car studio.

True symbiosis of the American car industry and Italian styling of the period, Testudo is the American European. Designed by Nuccio Bertone, it was built as an alternative-body for the Chevrolet Corvair chassis. The most impressive feature of the car includes one-piece door opening entire interior of the car. Smooth surface of the body creates ideal aerodynamic shapes