The 180 Moccasin by J.M. Weston, a favourite with luminaries across generations, is the embodiment of timelessness. Now, the French heritage shoemaker pays tribute to this iconic loafer with the launch of the Le Moc Weston, a key footwear style for the summer that builds on its famous predecessor.
Christian Louboutin, the man behind the eponymous brand of sky-high stilettos and iconic red soles, has built a shoe empire as vast as his boundless imagination. The French designer talks about his fascination with the world of cabaret, travelling to India and Egypt, and the psychology behind footwear.
Originally published in the December 2016 issue of Signe (Dubai)
One of the greatest stars of the classic Hollywood era, Gregory Peck effortlessly blurred the lines between real and reel. More than a decade after his death, he still fails to disappoint. In fact, he’s everything that the world needs today. (Click on the image below to read the piece in full)
This piece was originally published in the June 2015 edition of Signé
A browse through Renzo Piano’s project list proves just how versatile an architect he is. From the Centre Georges Pompidou and the New York Times building, to the Shard in London, the Pritzker Prize-winnign architect continues to draw praise for his timeless architecture.
In an intriguing piece published on the Guardian a few days ago, the Italian architect says that has been making sandcastles for a long time. Building sandcastles reminds me of my childhood. But that’s not to say that you won’t find me building them any longer! I suggest you head over to The Guardian and give it a read because Piano has shared some tips on how to perfect your sandcastle.
Below, is a piece I had written for the Design special of Signé, a luxury lifestyle magazine published in Dubai. Click on the image to read the piece.
Anagram Architects’ new studio promotes collaboration and creativity via symbolic design in an open-plan layout
New Delhi-based Anagram Architects – a spatial design consultancy, is known to deliver innovative, context-specific designs that encourage sustainable lifestyles. Naturally, when it came to its own office, in South Delhi’s creative Hauz Khas pocket, the team didn’t have tolook any further than its own design philosophy for inspiration.
The 12481 sq. ft. office accommodates the firm’s expanded team through the interplay of standout features that include the play of light and an open-plan layout. Pops of lime green add vibrancy amid a light palette of wooden tones and whites. Continue reading “Creative Coalescence”