The London Circle Line has always been a good place for illegal parties and more legal knitting sessions… But this romantic banquet within the raw urban context of the London tube is really wicked and a nice temporary reinterpretation of public space.
Our highly appreciated reporter in Hamburg Rudolf from Urbanshit recently wrote about a project by graphic designer and illustrator Christoph Niemann, who’s currently living and working in Berlin. Niemann abstracted a sample of the New York’s subway map and turned it into a tile pattern. The result is a neat and coloful interior design for…Read more →
Boxpark is the world’s first pop-up shopping mall, comprising of 60 shipping containers stacked 2 floors high. Appearing in a goods yard next to Shoreditch High Street station this August, the new shopping complex will feature a varied mix of retailers to cater to all budgets, from mainstream brands to more the more niche, as well as…Read more →
Yesterday someone pointed me to a fresh photo exhibition in the heart of Hamburg’s district of St. Pauli and bordering neighbourhoods, titled ‘All Over the Kiez’. This project plays with the common ideas regarding art exhibitions since it does not take place in a gallery or any closed off location. Instead, all the artworks are…Read more →
Wouldn’t it be great to instantly change the wallpaper in your apartment depending on your mood? Well, that becomes possible with a new technique that the Milanese collective Carnovsky recently used when the designers created the interior of the East London bar and gallery Dream Bags Jaguar Shoes. They have plastered the walls of the whole place with a unique wallpaper that changes pattern under different lighting conditions.Read more →