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  • Three time-bending conceptual machines designed by Montreal’s Les Ateliers Guyon ans Sidlee make up a new traveling exhibit from the Art Directors Club of New York and Shutterstock. In an industry where digital reigns supreme, The Art Directors Club of New York (ADC) set out to reinforce their artisanal approach – emphasizing their unique identity […]


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  • With the re-edition of the organically shaped MANTILLE vase, KPM Berlin revives one of the most beautiful works of the manufactory’s famous designer Trude Petri. Trude Petri’s vase MANTILLE, first launched in 1957, resembles an elegant sculpture. The sweeping lines refer to the experimental designs of the 1950s. The waist-like shape conveys the impression of […]


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In September 2014, ON/OFF introduced the BOULEvard ball on the streets of Brussels during the Kanal Playground Festival (September 17-21). The design of the BOULEvard ball was based on the principles of Buckminster Fuller, which used tensegrity – an ecological precept based on scientific theories of compression – to create a large 4m tall structure, […]


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Romsey road is a luxurious 5 bedroom house refurbishment in the city of Winchester. Our brief was to create a sense of space and calm in the tight and complicated layout. By extending at the rear on first floor we replaced two single bedrooms with two master bedrooms with en suites, as well as liberating space […]


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What kind of house would a martial arts blackbelt build? Fellow blackbelt Joan Wiener and John Klopf have practiced martial arts for a combined total of 32 years. Wiener asked John Klopf of Klopf Architecture to design her house because she believed that their shared martial arts values and philosophies could be translated into architecture. […]


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