American musician Kanye West has taken to Twitter to announce that his Yeezy firm will open an architecture arm.
West said: "We’re starting a Yeezy architecture arm called Yeezy home. We’re looking for architects and industrial designers who want to make the world better."
Yeezy has until now been a fashion label that worked in partnership with Adidas.
West has yet to make his intentions clear, although he has hinted at a move away from fashion by tweeting in April: that "Yeezy is no longer a fashion company".
He has also said: "We have 160 positions to fill by the end of the year. Yeezy will hit a billion dollars this year."
The rapper has previously mentioned an interest in architecture. He told BBC Radio One in 2013: "I want to do product; I am a product person. Not just clothing but water bottle design, architecture … I make music but I shouldn’t be limited to once place of creativity.
"I hang around architects mostly, people who want to make things as dope as possible … This is the reason why I’m working with five architects at a time.
"The time spent in a bad apartment, I can’t get that back. But the education I can get from working on it is priceless."
West previously founded a design firm called Donda in 2015, also announced via Twitter.
Image: Kanye West performing in New York in 2012 (Wikimedia Commons/Kenny Sun)