Milan Furniture Fair | Colour One for Mini

“To start off the city’s design week, the husband-and-wife designers Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings of the Amsterdam studio Scholten & Baijings are unveiling their “Colour One for Mini” installation. Part of Interni Magazine’s Legacy exhibition at the University of Milan, the Dutch duo’s project, which is on view until April 28, takes apart — both conceptually and literally — the automotive brand’s base model, the Mini One, and reimagines it.”

“To start off the city’s design week, the husband-and-wife designers Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings of the Amsterdam studio Scholten & Baijings are unveiling their “Colour One for Mini” installation. Part of Interni Magazine’s Legacy exhibition at the University of Milan, the Dutch duo’s project, which is on view until April 28, takes apart — both conceptually and literally — the automotive brand’s base model, the Mini One, and reimagines it.”

In keeping with the times, MINI will inject the ultra-sporty performance characteristics of its John Cooper Works models with even greater efficiency beginning in July 2012 with the introduction of a new-generation engine and other far-reaching powertrain innovations. For more click on the picture above.

Hermes @ Milan Design Week 2011

Caddy-inspired desk

Moncler Gamme Bleu x Thom Browne Men FW10 Presentation

Magnifico!

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Ex Voto Paris, stand at the Maison & Objet design fair in Paris _

The DB4 GT Zagato Evocation. This car is unique, the first of its kind on the planet. The proportions and lines are breathtaking. Its impossible to tell that this is in fact a modern ECU driven, Tiptronic, V12 monster with air conditioning and air bags. Full race roll cage is hidden underneath the stunning interior, which is finished in luxurious Oxblood red leather. To read the story click on the picture above.

1953 Fiat 8V Series 1 Berlinetta or Otto Vu was a sports car named after its unusual V8 engine and probably the fastest two-litre granturismo available in the early fifties. Produced for just two years (1952-54) in 114 examples and two series it is the most coveted of all post-war FIAT models.

The FIAT 8V or Otto Vu was a sports car named after its unusual V8 engine and probably the fastest two-litre granturismo available in the early fifties. Produced for just two years (1952-54) in 114 examples and two series it is the most coveted of all post-war FIAT models. Although Zagato and others produced bodies for this advanced chassis FIAT built the first 34 examples of the 8V in its prototype shop, welding panels to the tubular frame (designed by Dante Giacosa) to produce a stiff semi...

The DB4 GT Zagato Evocation. This car is unique, the first of its kind on the planet. The proportions and lines are breathtaking. Its impossible to tell that this is in fact a modern ECU driven, Tiptronic, V12 monster with air conditioning and air bags. Full race roll cage is hidden underneath the stunning interior, which is finished in luxurious Oxblood red leather. To read the story click on the picture above.

Cool Hunting: The 2012 Vantage in NYC Driving an Aston Martin across the five boroughs to find the best slice. To read the story click on the picture above.

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Hublot Popup Store :: Asylum

Sports Cars Pictures

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