Articles tagged St-W 103

Sam Bompas (left) is the wordsmith of the pair and handles all the studio's writing, whereas Harry Parr (right) looks after the technical and design side of the business. Photo Mosex
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Bompas & Parr Interview

As food design and multisensory spatial experiences gain even more ground, Sam Bompas and Harry Parr have gone from working with jelly to working on a world-class stage.

Photo Femke Poort
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Re-Sea Me by Studio Nienke Hoogvliet

Nienke Hoogvliet quite literally jumps in at the deep end to see whether fish skin and seaweed can contribute to a sustainable textile industry.

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Mouli Store in Stockholm by Guise

Graffiti is often about speed: a quick splash-and-dash to avoid falling on the wrong side of the law. Guise's project for Mouli in Stockholm was also a fast affair; the entire fit-out was designed, …

The installation culminates within a pitch-dark room as silk panels printed with visages are suspended and spot illuminated.
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Tulip Mania by Hilde Koenders

Just in time for spring, the many faces of Hilde Koenders' Tulip Mania popped up inside the St-W store.

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Backyard by Nendo

Oki Sato's retail interior for Japanese brand 'by | n' links atelier and boutique at three Seibu Sogo department stores.

The DIY Workshop and Gift Shop offers educational labs and goods.
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Kids Museum of Glass by Coordination Asia

Tilman Thürmer, founder of Coordination Asia, has realized a multifaceted site where children can try their hands at every part of the artistic spectrum, including design, performance, music and …

The shop is the brainchild of high-end Japanese fashion brand Leilian, which has been in business for almost half a century.
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Nemika Concept Store by Kohei Nawa

Kyoto-based artist Kohei Nawa's latest project turns to interior design for a poetic yet literal interpretation of Nemika's brand name into a hybrid garden and store.

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Out Now

Colour is something of a design enigma. Few know exactly how to apply it; many don't dare to try.

Each Noir collection for Comme des Garçons showcases Kei Ninomiya's ongoing exploration into new approaches and techniques, and S/S 2015 is no exception.
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Q&A: Kei Ninomiya

Beginning as a pattern cutter for Rei Kawakubo, fashion designer Kei Ninomiya made the jump to creating a solo brand under the auspices of Japanese label Comme des Garçons.

'The emotion and interaction of the viewer on my work is a source of inspiration,' says Dutch designer and St-W 103 cover artist Hilde Koenders.
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Tulip Mania at St-W Store Amsterdam

The centrepiece of Koenders' Tulip Mania series is the distinctive shape of the tulip petal.

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St-W App: March Edition Out Now

Sneak a digital peek into the soon-to-be-released print issue St-W 103. St-W's interactive iPad app is included with every magazine subscription to St-W, Mark and Elephant.

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