Author Archive: philip stevens I designboom

‘the shed’ cultural venue by DS+R and rockwell group moves towards completion in new york

currently under construction where the high line meets hudson yards, the institution is scheduled to open to the public in spring 2019.

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people’s industrial design office develops 3D scanning booth that digitizes its subjects

inspired by the work of chuck hoberman, the expandable structure surrounds objects with a spherical array of fixed focal length DSLR cameras.

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pitsou kedem architects transforms old jaffa house into a ‘modern cave’ in israel

the design team has united the home’s existing spaces, turning them from small individual rooms into a sequence of brightly lit, functional spaces.

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james corner explains field operations’ plans to renovate hong kong’s tsim sha tsui waterfront

in this interview, corner discusses the challenges of working with the waterfront site, and the analytical research that goes into each of his firm’s projects.

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OMA-designed ‘white cube’ gallery in DR congo highlights the plight of plantation workers

the institution will attract the financial backing and the awareness needed for workers to buy back land, and develop a new economic and ecological model.

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