The essence of Anim’s approach is deeply rooted in the nomadic spirit of traditional Turkish culture. While also staying true to its domestic origins, Anim infuses its wares with design elements borrowed from a wide array of cultural influences both near and far. Anim maintains a modern global perspective which nonetheless honors the methods of its roots.
ClaymenClaymen Studio, New Delhi, India
From his studio in New Delhi, Aman Khanna creates the most perfectly imperfect figure sculptures. The peaceful, contemplative and quiet Claymen reflect the universal feeling of existential crises, ranging from pieces like the observer, bottled up to real self and ideal self, to say these creations are food for thought would be an understatement.
From humble beginnings as a passion project – starting with a move to Devon and one pottery wheel – to international acclaim, including pieces in House and Garden and World of Interiors: Feldspar’s handmade ceramics and homeware are revolutionising an industry where fast production has become the norm.
Assouline is the first brand of luxury culture, opening boutiques where one can discover a world of good taste and a place where “culture can be acquired”. The Assouline destinations collection of iconic travel destinations are perfectly illustrated and documented. Describing the way of life, the style or design we can find on site.
The Surfrider"The Surfrider" Hotel, Malibu
Located on the iconic Pacific Coast Highway, across the street from the world-famous Surfrider beach, The Surfrider is a modern California Beach House, inspired by the picturesque Malibu landscape and rich heritage of California surf culture.
Story HotelStockholm, Sweden
The Story Hotel Stockholm is an urban haven where stunningly coiffed Stockholmers and trendy travellers converge normally over cocktails inside the bustling lobby bar which has been inspired by the interiors of Parisian salons and dark, moody jazz bars.
Le PigalleParis, France
Mythical and imposing, languid and frenetic, Pigalle is a neon light in the Parisian night. The neighbourhood has always attracted bad boys and artists, musicians and adventurers. With neither a monument nor a meeting point, it lacked a spot that really reflected its tawdry values, brazen spirit and musical energy. And so, Le Pigalle was born. An authentic neighbourhood hotel, whose history was shaped by the cultural mix that swirls on the southern slopes of Montmartre.