Fernando Abellanas hides a studio under a bridge

Fernando Abellanas hides a studio under a bridge

Giulia Guido · 1 year ago · Design

Fernando Abellanas‘ small architectural masterpieces are there, but they can’t be seen. The Spanish plumber who, thanks to his experience, has become an enthusiast and an expert in design, delights in the construction of small inhabitable places made in atypical spaces, above roofs, on the sides of buildings or under bridges, and above all those that cannot be seen. We can call them secret places with the aim of escaping from the city, but without physically leaving.

One of Fernando’s last works is a small secret studio built under a bridge, or rather, to be more precise in the intrados of a highway bridge. With this project, the Spanish designer wants to demonstrate how road infrastructures could be used and how to give them a new life, but also a new use.

This project consists of two parts, a suspended floor made of plywood panels and metal pipes that moves thanks to the rails. In this way the floor moves from one side of the bridge to the other, reaching the studio itself, where the desk, shelves, and chair have been screwed to the wall.

The location of this secret studio is still unknown, both to its fans and to the authorities.

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Nike Air Max like you’ve never seen them before

Nike Air Max like you’ve never seen them before

Claudia Fuggetti · 1 year ago · Design

London-based creative agency Rosie Lee has transformed Nike‘s iconic Air Max into conceptual sculptures that architects and addicted sneakers will particularly appreciate. The project is a tribute to the Center Pompidou, the museum in Paris that inspired the legendary designer Tinker Hatfield, who at the end of the 80s created the iconic shoe.

The 3D project recalls in part the internal architectural elements that Renzo Piano, Richard Rogers and Gianfranco Franchini used to design and build the complex in the 70s. The graphics include two other models of Air Max, namely the Nike Air Max 90 and Air Max 95. The first is entirely represented by speakers and cassettes, in reference to the culture of “Early adopters”, while the second takes the anatomy of the human foot, which was the inspiration source of the designer Sergio Lozano for the realization of this model.

If you want to deepen, you can take a look at the agency’s Instagram page.

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LIS Design Studio, from the idea to the project

LIS Design Studio, from the idea to the project

Claudia Fuggetti · 1 year ago · Design

LIS Design Studio is a team of architects and interior designers from Ukraine that has recently created a project both visual-architectural, based on apartments that have the characteristic of owning a limited space. The aesthetic of the work is minimal, with clean lines and has a palette of pastel colours, which give a vintage touch, aided by the 60’s style floor pattern.

This is the typical millennial apartment, which does not want to renounce being chic despite the narrow space on which it extends.
Discover more on the LIS Design Studio website.

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Dancing in the moonlight: Ignacia Ossandon’s graphics

Dancing in the moonlight: Ignacia Ossandon’s graphics

Claudia Fuggetti · 1 year ago · Design

Ignacia Ossandon is an artist born in Chile and living in Barcelona who became popular on Instagram under the name of Bosquetro because of her ethereal and vibrant graphics. Space, the galaxy and the moonlight are backgrounds to the protagonists, young women dancing carefree under the starry sky, celebrating the joy of living. Ignacia says:

“I always feel inspired by the connection between the terrestrial and the celestial; the predominant color in my works is black, but I try to contrast it with bright colors in order to transmit this”.

Nature and femininity merge within a surreal and meditative atmosphere, which leads the viewer to reflect and look at the positive side of everything. Take a look at our gallery and if you do not know it yet, at MOKO.

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Graphics by Indig0 are a journey through parallel worlds

Graphics by Indig0 are a journey through parallel worlds

Claudia Fuggetti · 1 year ago · Design

Indig0 on Instagram has conquered an audience that counts more than 156 thousand followers and it seems that this number of followers is destined to grow. Anyone who has finished on a page of graphics, art and photography, will certainly have seen the work of this artist of which very little is known: on the IG profile there is a selfie of her, which you can find at the end of the gallery, accompanied by the title “Acid Rain” by Lorn.

Just take a look at the combination of images produced by her, to understand that the fundamental elements of her creations are the boundaries to be overcome to access new worlds made of suspended galaxies, of flowers that come out in the most unthinkable and only ardent places from the post-apocalyptic appeal. All these elements constitute a well-defined style, which makes Indig0 well recognizable.

Visit Indig0’s Instagram page and take a look at our gallery.

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