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Jayden Ali, a London city changemaker on speculating the future

Architect Jayden Ali creates memorable city experiences with his interdisciplinary practice JA Projects. From revitalising public spaces to creating filmic cultural narratives, his work uncovers hidden stories while considering the mechanisms of a city, and designing for all communities that make London come alive

Focus on Studio Wok

The architectural rigour of existing buildings, and formal experimentation in a minimalist approach driven by bold new styles are the two favorite design ingredients of the three architects at studio wok. The firm focuses on combining method, design and production to create high-quality living environments, exploring slow living through bespoke renovations meticulously designed down to the smallest detail.

2022 for Davide Oldani, between cookery, design and warm-heartedness

A new collection of accessories for the table, WOO'Ɑ, in partnership with Milesi and the LegnoArredo Training Centre in Camnago, a project for Aran Cucine, a lamp for Artemide, a chandelier with the Henraux stone quarrying company and more comfortable shoes for table servers. The two Michelin star (plus a green one for Gastronomy and Sustainability) chef talks about the novelties of the new year

Focus on Dries Otten

Colourblocks, assertive volumes, playful details and bold contrasts: Dries Otten’s spatial poetics take in all these ingredients and translates them into spaces imbued with his vision of interior design, decidedly flamboyant but far from ostentatious

Jayden Ali, a London city changemaker on speculating the future

Architect Jayden Ali creates memorable city experiences with his interdisciplinary practice JA Projects. From revitalising public spaces to creating filmic cultural narratives, his work uncovers hidden stories while considering the mechanisms of a city, and designing for all communities that make London come alive

Focus on Studio Wok

The architectural rigour of existing buildings, and formal experimentation in a minimalist approach driven by bold new styles are the two favorite design ingredients of the three architects at studio wok. The firm focuses on combining method, design and production to create high-quality living environments, exploring slow living through bespoke renovations meticulously designed down to the smallest detail.

2022 for Davide Oldani, between cookery, design and warm-heartedness

A new collection of accessories for the table, WOO'Ɑ, in partnership with Milesi and the LegnoArredo Training Centre in Camnago, a project for Aran Cucine, a lamp for Artemide, a chandelier with the Henraux stone quarrying company and more comfortable shoes for table servers. The two Michelin star (plus a green one for Gastronomy and Sustainability) chef talks about the novelties of the new year

Focus on Dries Otten

Colourblocks, assertive volumes, playful details and bold contrasts: Dries Otten’s spatial poetics take in all these ingredients and translates them into spaces imbued with his vision of interior design, decidedly flamboyant but far from ostentatious

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People

Jayden Ali, a London city changemaker on speculating the future

Architect Jayden Ali creates memorable city experiences with his interdisciplinary practice JA Projects. From revitalising public spaces to creating filmic cultural narratives, his work uncovers hidden stories while considering the mechanisms of a city, and designing for all communities that make London come alive

Focus on Studio Wok

The architectural rigour of existing buildings, and formal experimentation in a minimalist approach driven by bold new styles are the two favorite design ingredients of the three architects at studio wok. The firm focuses on combining method, design and production to create high-quality living environments, exploring slow living through bespoke renovations meticulously designed down to the smallest detail.

2022 for Davide Oldani, between cookery, design and warm-heartedness

A new collection of accessories for the table, WOO'Ɑ, in partnership with Milesi and the LegnoArredo Training Centre in Camnago, a project for Aran Cucine, a lamp for Artemide, a chandelier with the Henraux stone quarrying company and more comfortable shoes for table servers. The two Michelin star (plus a green one for Gastronomy and Sustainability) chef talks about the novelties of the new year

Focus on Dries Otten

Colourblocks, assertive volumes, playful details and bold contrasts: Dries Otten’s spatial poetics take in all these ingredients and translates them into spaces imbued with his vision of interior design, decidedly flamboyant but far from ostentatious

Jayden Ali, a London city changemaker on speculating the future

Architect Jayden Ali creates memorable city experiences with his interdisciplinary practice JA Projects. From revitalising public spaces to creating filmic cultural narratives, his work uncovers hidden stories while considering the mechanisms of a city, and designing for all communities that make London come alive

Focus on Studio Wok

The architectural rigour of existing buildings, and formal experimentation in a minimalist approach driven by bold new styles are the two favorite design ingredients of the three architects at studio wok. The firm focuses on combining method, design and production to create high-quality living environments, exploring slow living through bespoke renovations meticulously designed down to the smallest detail.

2022 for Davide Oldani, between cookery, design and warm-heartedness

A new collection of accessories for the table, WOO'Ɑ, in partnership with Milesi and the LegnoArredo Training Centre in Camnago, a project for Aran Cucine, a lamp for Artemide, a chandelier with the Henraux stone quarrying company and more comfortable shoes for table servers. The two Michelin star (plus a green one for Gastronomy and Sustainability) chef talks about the novelties of the new year

Focus on Dries Otten

Colourblocks, assertive volumes, playful details and bold contrasts: Dries Otten’s spatial poetics take in all these ingredients and translates them into spaces imbued with his vision of interior design, decidedly flamboyant but far from ostentatious