YOGASMOGA Brentwood

YOGASMOGA Brentwood

(Los Angeles, CA) Indie fitness fashion brand YOGASMOGA has just unveiled their second retail location, this time on the West Coast, in hip Brentwood, CA. This is the second store Axis Mundi has designed for the made-in-USA label after opening last summer in Greenwich, CT. Like the flagship store on the East Coast, this new 2,500-square-foot boutique creates harmony with eco-friendly natural materials.

Bookmarc Sits Down With John Beckmann

Bookmarc Sits Down With John Beckmann

Bookmarc sits down with John Beckmann from Axis Mundi. Watch John smoke up a cigarette explaining what his firm is like to work for, his favourite architects and why NYC is so great to be in business:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=INQkZDWd68s 

John Beckmann, Live in Color

John Beckmann, Live in Color

John will be part of the panel discussion “Adding Color, Accessories, and Texture” on Saturday, March 22nd, from 1-2 p.m. This New York Times Seminar Series is part of the Architectural Digest Home Design Show on Pier 94 in New York City.

Axis Mundi Transforms Another SoHo Loft

Axis Mundi Transforms Another SoHo Loft

(New York, NY) Axis Mundi designed this massive free-form tabletop of solid walnut as part of the renovation for the 4,000 sq. ft. loft of a young tech entrepreneur.

Cast-Iron Beauty in Tribeca

Cast-Iron Beauty in Tribeca

(New York, NY) Axis Mundi begins design on a 2000 sq. ft. loft in this wonderful 19th century building by Isaac Duckworth.

Unbuilt Museums

Unbuilt Museums

We are delighted to be featured in a Hyperallergic article about Unbuilt Museums [ hyperallergic.com/79263/unbuilt-museums ] and to be included with the likes of Frank Lloyd Wright, Antonio Gaudi, Frank Gehry, and Daniel Libeskind.

"While Renzo Piano’s sleek design for the new Whitney Museum is underway, the existing Marcel Breuer building could have had a much bolder successor. The concrete lattice proposed by Axis Mundi that looks something like a Star Wars sandcrawler that rolled up to the High Line, also has an interior garden decorated with Jeff Koons’ balloon animals (perhaps his 2014 retrospective), would likely have made a stronger, more dystopic statement."