Monthly Archive: May 2017
Our job of the day from Dezeen Jobs is for a design and projects director to join British furniture manufacturer Modus in Somerset, whose cork Casper stool was customised by designers and architects for a charity auction last year. More ›
the all-in-one, multi-functional system makes enjoying music relaxing, effortless and accessible for everyone, no matter what decade’s genre gets you dancing.
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using an array of the latest technologies, gabriel pulecio’s infinity immerses users in a seemingly endless room of self reflection accompanied by interactive sights and sounds.
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installed within a busy metro station, the ‘windcatcher’ comes to life whenever a coming train or passerby appears.
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It took less than eight weeks for Claesson Koivisto Rune’s Three Piece Chair to go from cardboard mock-up to production-ready model. Read more
to understand the advantages that VR has in comparison with more traditional options, we spoke with mecanoo’s johan hanegraaf, an architect and design technology specialist.
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with a historical structural canvas spanning centuries, architect anna noguera exposes the architectural history of a home with minimalist, raw materials.
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the ‘spatial painting’ sees the walls and floor drenched in an abstract arrangement of overlapping hues.
British jewellery designer Lara Bohinc has branched into lighting with a collection of lamps made from broken spheres. Read more
The concept of a sensory garden may have gotten its start as a way to open up gardening to those with special needs, but it turns out that a garden that appeals to all five of our senses is pleasurable for everyone. Creating your own sensory garden, wh…