DOUG JOHNSTON

New York-based designer Doug Johnston blends traditional materials with modernist design and 3D printing to create coiled vessels and art objects made from cotton cord and rope. Made in Brooklyn using vintage industrial sewing machines, their irregular shapes reference the natural rock formations and canyons of the American Southwest.

www.dougjohnston.net
DOUG JOHNSTON
DOUG JOHNSTON
DOUG JOHNSTON

TORAFU ARCHITECTS

The Kitaoji house by Japanese architecture firm Torafu is located in a quiet residential area in northern Kyoto. With a concrete outer shell, it features open ceilings and an indoor terrace for light and ventilation. Designed with wheelchair accessibility in mind, it has a large central space with individual rooms instead of narrow passageways.

Photography by Daici Ano

torafu.com
TORAFU ARCHITECTS
TORAFU ARCHITECTS

David Derksen

Table Architecture by David Derksen is a series of functional design objects made from perforated metal and reflective glass in an industrial colour palette. Playing with scale and abstraction, the Dutch designer’s stacking trays and towering candle holders form a linear cityscape in miniature.

www.davidderksen.nl
DAVID DERKSEN

FERNANDO MASTRANGELO

Inspired by natural landscape formations, Drift is a series of sculptural pieces by New York-based artist Fernando Mastrangelo. Materials including hand-dyed sand, powdered glass, mirror and cement are cast in layers to give the collection a worn and weathered tactility.

Photography by Cary Whittier

www.fernandomastrangelo.com

FERNANDO MASTRANGELO
FERNANDO MASTRANGELO

DEMETER FOGARASI

A dynamic study of material and form, the Poetic Furniture chair by Hungarian designer Demeter Fogarasi is made from a composite of biodegradable plastic and natural textile that creates the appearance of windswept fabric, frozen in motion.

www.demeterfogarasi.com

DEMETER FOGARASI

GRAANMARKT 13

Occupying a three storey townhouse in the centre of Antwerp, Graanmarkt 13 is a restaurant, shop, gallery and apartment. Renovated by Ilse Cornelissens and Tim Van Geloven, the top two floors house a light-filled and pared-back space with four bedrooms, available to rent.

www.graanmarkt13.be

GRAANMARKT 13
GRAANMARKT 13
GRAANMARKT 13

LORIS & LIVIA

Featured at the 2016 London Design Festival, the WONDERGROUND range by Swiss designers Loris Jaccard and Livia Lauber was created in collaboration with Transport for London. Inspired by the speckled flooring of the London Underground carriages, the pair have designed a series of heat resistant, rubber table mats in three distinctive colourways.

http://www.lorisetlivia.com

LORIS & LIVIA

NINA BAND

Pensive Dimensions by photographer Nina Band presents an abstract vision of architecture through paper reconstructions of original imagery. Inspired by the Cubist and Minimalist movements, her work focuses on the way shapes and forms are perceived within complex spaces.

Commissioned by COS, Nina has created a unique series of prints that are currently on display in a selection of our store windows worldwide. To be in with a chance of winning a set,
join us on Instagram at @cosstores #NinaBandforCOS

www.ninaband.com

NINA BAND
NINA BAND

EMMA DAHLQVIST

It’s Now or Näver by Swedish textile designer Emma Dahlqvist brings together traditional craft methods and new technologies. Applying textile design to birch bark with intricate laser cutting, her work reinvents conventional approaches to create new qualities and interesting textures.

www.emmadahlqvist.se

EMMA DAHLQVIST

Studio Swine

Inspired by the tropical ghost town of American industrialist Henry Ford, Fordlandia by London-based design practice Studio Swine imagines a world where Ford’s project is a success. Bringing together furniture, products, workwear and textiles that reference the Brazilian tropical modernist movement, the exhibition creates an imagined domestic environment within the gallery.

Fordlandia runs from 22 September – 10 December 2016
at London’s Fashion Space Gallery .

www.studioswine.com

Studio Swine

Studio Swine

Studio Swine

AGNES MARTIN

Paintings, Writings, Rembrances by Arne Glimcher is the first and only complete retrospective publication of the visionary American painter, Agnes Martin. Bringing together 130 of Martin’s paintings and drawings, the book also features previously unpublished writings and lecture notes.

This autumn, COS will be supporting the Guggenheim Museum’s Agnes Martin retrospective in New York.

www.annarieger.com
www.henriknygrendesign.se

AGNES MARTIN

AGNES MARTIN

AGNES MARTIN

TOKYOBIKE

tokyobike is a small, independent bicycle company founded in 2002 in the quiet Tokyo suburb of Yanaka.
The name was derived from the design of the bikes; in the same way the mountain bike was designed for the mountains, so tokyobike was designed for Tokyo. Based on the concept of ‘Tokyo Slow’ the bikes are designed to be light to ride with an emphasis on comfort over speed.

Photography by Miles & Miles

www.tokyobike.co.uk

TOKYOBIKE

OEUFFICE

Founded in 2011 by Nicolas Bellavance-Lecompte and Jakub Zak, Oeuffice is a collaborative research laboratory based in London. Inspired by the simple geometry of classical architecture, their Kapita series is a collection of limited edition tables and stools made from Italian marble and stone.

www.oeuffice.com

OEUFFICE

OEUFFICE

OEUFFICE

MASSERIA MOROSETA

A white stone farmhouse nestled in the Italian countryside, Masseria Moroseta is a modern guesthouse designed by Andrew Trotter. Set around a central courtyard and surrounded by organic olive groves, the pared-back space embodies relaxed simplicity.

www.masseriamoroseta.it

MASSERIA MOROSETA

MASSERIA MOROSETA

MASSERIA MOROSETA

MASSERIA MOROSETA

MASSERIA MOROSETA

DANIEL EMMA

The BLOCK dining table and chair set is a contemporary revision of traditional school furniture by Australian design duo Daniel Emma. Made from maple wood, the pieces feature simple clean lines, polished brass fixtures and an optional Carrara marble table top.

www.daniel-emma.com

DANIEL EMMA

DANIEL EMMA

ELMGREEN & DRAGSET

Cooling Box (2015) by London and Berlin based design duo Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset explores the relationship between art, its environment and the viewer. Both familiar and strangely out of context, the seemingly misplaced objects are cast from bronze and painted to appear plastic.

www.elmgreen-dragset.com

ELMGREEN & DRAGSET

ELMGREEN & DRAGSET

SHIN SHIN

Seoul-based graphic design duo Haeok Shin and Donghyeok Shin work together in the fields of art and culture collaborating with a broad range of curators, editors, artists and institutions.

Shin Shin’s new work The Bibliophile’s Booklets will be on display at the COS Cheongdam project space in Seoul from Saturday 6th August, as part of our ongoing collaboration
with local publishing project, The Book Society.

Find out more about the project here.

SHIN SHIN

STUDIO JEROEN WAND

The Laminated Coffee Table by Eindhoven-based designer Jeroen Wand uses pieces of leftover veneer to create a solid wooden structure. By pressing the pieces of wood types into an intricate composition, the studio explores the dynamic and unpolished side of design.

www.jeroenwand.nl

STUDIO JEROEN WAND

BARKOW LEIBINGER

Designed by American/German practice Barkow Leibinger, the Fellows Pavilion is located in the American Academy in Berlin. Made from lightweight glass and steel, the geometric structure is illuminated to appear as if it is floating above the surrounding garden lawn.

www.barkowleibinger.com

BARKOW LEIBINGER

THE BOOK SOCIETY

The Book Society is a bookstore, cultural space and publishing platform in Seoul. Founded by Helen Ku and Lim Kyung Yong in 2010, it plays an important role in local culture, promoting independent art, design and publishing. Participating in many curatorial and editorial projects, The Book Society has published artists’ books as well as various titles with a focus on contemporary art, critical theory and design.

We have partnered with The Book Society to create a specially-curated bookstore, reading area and exhibition space at our Cheongdam store in Seoul.

Image courtesy of EH

Find out more about the project here.

THE BOOK SOCIETY

BJARKE INGELS

Designed by architects Bjarke Ingels (BIG), La Maison des Fondateurs will house a new museum for Swiss watch manufacturer Audemars Piguet. Functional yet sculptural, the overlapping spiral structure lets in natural light and frames the panoramic views of the valley whilst blending seamlessly into the landscape.

www.big.dk

BJARKE INGELS

JEROEN VAN DE GRUITER

Line (2016), by Dutch designer Jeroen van de Gruiter is inspired by the idea of a pulse, a short moment of movement in an otherwise linear shape. Made from polished brass, Line is part of Jeroen’s ongoing research into the tactile aspects of everyday products.

www.jeroenvandegruiter.nl

JEROEN VAN DE GRUITER

JOANNE BOWLES

A recent graduate from London’s Royal College of Art, Joanne Bowles is a metalwork artist inspired by archaeology and the relationship between object and landscape. Her latest series The Buried Object investigates the life cycle of silver and copper artefacts in a subterranean environment, exploring how build-up and break-down of material transforms them over time.

www.joannebowles.co.uk

JOANNE BOWLES

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NIEVES

Based in Zurich, Nieves was founded by Swiss illustrator and graphic designer Benjamin Sommerhalder. The independent publishing house supports artists from across the world by producing unique, limited edition books and zines.

www.nieves.ch

NIEVES

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