1. Long
1. Long
2. Classic
2. Classic
3. Squares
3. Squares
4. Bijoux
4. Bijoux
5. Sport
5. Sport
6. Special
6. Special

We are big fans of the Swiss watchmaker Swatch. We have looked into our archives and prepare this editorial featuring most of our catalogues and publications on Swatch. Each picture includes another type or theme of the Swatch catalogues or books. From different formats to sports theme and special published pieces, this selection documents the company history since 1990s up to date.





From Bishop handcrafted bicycles, this ultimate cyclocross bike meets new with old.

Crafted by Baltimore-based specialist Chris Bishop, the bike is made out of rare set of tubes by Gilco Design from Italy. The company founded by son of Angelo Columbo of Columbus, Gilberto, collaborated with boat and coach builders, including projects with Maserati and Enzo Ferrari. Later in 1966 was incorporated as Trafiltubi. Technical aspects of the tubes by Gilberto and his experiments brought him to the constraction of famous Cinelli Laser or Colnago Master.

In this Bishop bike, the unusual profile of the Ginco tubes is born again in the very aggressive contemporary look.







Francois Azambourg, Cuir Mousse deckchair, 2010
Francois Azambourg, Cuir Mousse deckchair, 2010
Francois Azambourg, Frisoline armchair, 2010
Francois Azambourg, Frisoline armchair, 2010
Jacques Adnet, Armchair, 1960s
Jacques Adnet, Armchair, 1960s
Jacques Quinet, Pair of armchairs, 1950s
Jacques Quinet, Pair of armchairs, 1950s

Recently we have discovered some seating designs from French designer Francois Azambourg and found some similarities with the French 1950s decoration.

Use of the leather and whole formal compositions of Azambourg`s Frisoline and Cuire Mousse armchairs resembles some vintage designs of Jacques Quinet or Jacques Adnet for us. Elegance and leather work mastery we can find in both, 1950s and 2010 as well.

Francois Azambourg, Cuir Mousse deckchair, 2010
Francois Azambourg, Cuir Mousse deckchair, 2010
Francois Azambourg, Frisoline armchair, 2010
Francois Azambourg, Frisoline armchair, 2010
Jacques Adnet, Armchair, 1960s
Jacques Adnet, Armchair, 1960s
Jacques Quinet, Pair of armchairs, 1950s
Jacques Quinet, Pair of armchairs, 1950s

Recently we have discovered some seating designs from French designer Francois Azambourg and found some similarities with the French 1950s decoration.

Use of the leather and whole formal compositions of Azambourg`s Frisoline and Cuire Mousse armchairs resembles some vintage designs of Jacques Quinet or Jacques Adnet for us. Elegance and leather work mastery we can find in both, 1950s and 2010 as well.

Francois Azambourg, Cuir Mousse deckchair, 2010
Francois Azambourg, Cuir Mousse deckchair, 2010
Francois Azambourg, Frisoline armchair, 2010
Francois Azambourg, Frisoline armchair, 2010
Jacques Adnet, Armchair, 1960s
Jacques Adnet, Armchair, 1960s
Jacques Quinet, Pair of armchairs, 1950s
Jacques Quinet, Pair of armchairs, 1950s

Recently we have discovered some seating designs from French designer Francois Azambourg and found some similarities with the French 1950s decoration.

Use of the leather and whole formal compositions of Azambourg`s Frisoline and Cuire Mousse armchairs resembles some vintage designs of Jacques Quinet or Jacques Adnet for us. Elegance and leather work mastery we can find in both, 1950s and 2010 as well.



We were commissioned by Depot Basel exhibition project from Basel, Switzerland to create a small publication for their next design project SEATS 05.

Starting this friday, the project includes some smaller installations and exhibitions including workshop with designers Sibylle Stoeckli and Christian Horisberger re-interpreting Enzo Mari`s Do it Yourself chairs from 1974, Take a Seat exhibition as well as launch of our new book called Radical Sitting, Hidden Experiments in Seating Furniture 1900 - 1990. Our book explores experimental seating furniture from the 20th century in the special curated selection and pure illustrations.

Supported by Roser, Magazin and Vitra Design Museum as well as OKOLO as media partner, the project explores new possibilities of seating design and its forms and functions.

Thanks Matylda for very nice collaboration.

Stay tune and see our book soon!



We were commissioned by Depot Basel exhibition project from Basel, Switzerland to create a small publication for their next design project SEATS 05.

Starting this friday, the project includes some smaller installations and exhibitions including workshop with designers Sibylle Stoeckli and Christian Horisberger re-interpreting Enzo Mari`s Do it Yourself chairs from 1974, Take a Seat exhibition as well as launch of our new book called Radical Sitting, Hidden Experiments in Seating Furniture 1900 - 1990. Our book explores experimental seating furniture from the 20th century in the special curated selection and pure illustrations.

Supported by Roser, Magazin and Vitra Design Museum as well as OKOLO as media partner, the project explores new possibilities of seating design and its forms and functions.

Thanks Matylda for very nice collaboration.

Stay tune and see our book soon!



We were commissioned by Depot Basel exhibition project from Basel, Switzerland to create a small publication for their next design project SEATS 05.

Starting this friday, the project includes some smaller installations and exhibitions including workshop with designers Sibylle Stoeckli and Christian Horisberger re-interpreting Enzo Mari`s Do it Yourself chairs from 1974, Take a Seat exhibition as well as launch of our new book called Radical Sitting, Hidden Experiments in Seating Furniture 1900 - 1990. Our book explores experimental seating furniture from the 20th century in the special curated selection and pure illustrations.

Supported by Roser, Magazin and Vitra Design Museum as well as OKOLO as media partner, the project explores new possibilities of seating design and its forms and functions.

Thanks Matylda for very nice collaboration.

Stay tune and see our book soon!


Some time ago I have prepared curated slideshow of my Italian architectural adventurous for New York-based blog Sight Unseen. Thanks editor Monica Khemsurov very much for editing it and very nice story which prepared on our activities.

All the houses you will see in the future here as well or in one of our upcoming publications.


Some time ago I have prepared curated slideshow of my Italian architectural adventurous for New York-based blog Sight Unseen. Thanks editor Monica Khemsurov very much for editing it and very nice story which prepared on our activities.

All the houses you will see in the future here as well or in one of our upcoming publications.