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Studio Floris Wubben
Pressed


In order to manufacture final products, machines are becoming less and less dependent on humans. As a result, the typical human touch is disappearing from almost all products we use and see in our day-to-day life. The items created with the “pressing-machine” emphasize the meaning of human actions in creating objects. Studio Floris Wubben, Pressed from […]


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Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec
Quiet Motion


Quiet Motion is an installation made of four round platforms that rotate slowly and silently, reminiscent of a carousel. It has been designed as an allegorical interpretation of movement and contemplation. Quiet Motion from Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec on Vimeo. Following it’s first appearance in the peaceful cloister of a monastery in Milan, we are […]


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Nidolab
Animal Music


These are the offices of Animal Music, a music recording studio. Our main idea for this project was to depurate and clean the chaotic space of the common areas. We created a new space that contains a very long high table were different activities could evolve. This was the main intervention done were visitors are […]


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Seijo Peon Arquitectos y Asociados
MCC House


This lot is adjacent on the opposite part to the street, to the fairway of a golf course, in which the best views are towards the south-southeast. One of the main issues with this project is the proximity of the golf cart track, so privacy was an important matter, especially as the estate’s depth is […]


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MSWW
Sea Towers


This project in „Sea Towers” took us about 6 months. That was the time when we built up the walls, brought in the wood joinery and the whole interior was basically created. It was supposed to be a very luxurious apartment created for both: just weekend stays and permanent living. All those functions were planned in a way that the layout was divided into the […]


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Nidolab
Home Office


Working at home as an answer to one´s wish, out of necesity, confort or just because. In a 54 square meters space, we generated this home-office that allows to hold the dynamics in the life of a designer, taking into account every instace of work needed: team work, individual work, rest area, storage, meetings. For creating […]


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Zaha Hadid Architects for United Nude
Nova Shoe


Zaha Hadid and Rem D Koolhaas of United Nude are delighted to announce the new limited edition haute couture shoe designed by Zaha Hadid will be launched at the iconic store L’eclaireur, 40 rue de Sévigné, Paris, on July 2nd 2013. Zaha Hadid and United Nude’s Creative Director Rem D Koolhaas have been talking about shoes since they first […]


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cCe Arquitectos
World Green Center


Certain factors, such as the Business District site in relation to the city, connecting roads, site location and orientation, sunlight, prevailing winds, flows and internal movements of people in the Business District, existing infrastructure, green spaces and public areas, were considered when deciding on aspects such as form, building location in the site, occupation strategy, […]


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Altius Architecture Inc.
Beech house


Efficient, clean design and simple, modern spaces went hand in hand with wheelchair accessibility for this modest, 2200 square foot house. This project was designed to be an accessible house that maintained the warm feel of a family home. While planning for wheelchair access was a fundamental part of the design process, the creation of […]


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HASSELL
Vivid installations


The Dalgety Line by David Tickle and Emma Townsend is a site-specific installation that seeks to reconnect the city and the Harbour, responding to the original position of two assets of the Dalgety company (a wharf and a wool store), as well as a 2012 proposal to split the Millers Point area into two suburbs, […]


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Claesson Koivisto Rune
Baker Cookstove


The majority of women in the developing world prepare food on a technology called a three-stone fire. It is basically three rocks that support a pot with an open fire in the middle. This cooking method is very inefficient and leads to many environmental and health problems. One very real side effect being that children […]


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Karim Rashid
nhow Milan bar


nhow Milan, a design hotel from the NH Hoteles chain, was presented at the recent Milan Design Week with an exclusively restyled bar area by designer Karim Rashid, who based the lighting project around Nafir, the suspension lamp he himself designed for Axo Light. With this restyling project, the American designer of Egyptian roots has […]


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AGi architects
General Department of the Information System


AGi architects, in collaboration with Bonyan Design, win the competition for building the General Department of the Information System in Kuwait.  The design proposal developed by the architecture firm led by Joaquin Perez-Goicoechea, Nasser Abulhasan and Salvador Cejudo, AGi architects, in collaboration with Bonyan Design, has won the competition for the design and building of […]


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David Fletcher
Capstan Table


The Fletcher Capstan Table, which automatically expands from a small size to a larger one, is unique. It is the result of many years of development, but also follows a line of history of more than one and a half centuries. It is a round table that amazingly is capable of doubling its seating capacity and, just as astonishingly, […]


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Margot Krasojevic
The Air Turbine Light


This 3d printed light acts as a vertical axis wind turbine. The form of the light uses the properties of aerodynamics to behave like a wind propeller, in principal the design is inspired by the Ropatec wind rotor. The ceramic body of the light is attached to a vertical axis which turns a diode rotor […]


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Form Us With Love
Hood


Hood is a sheltering lamp that creates both room and light. Designed by Form Us With Love as a voluminous illumination shield as well as a modular LED pendant light, the pendant is addressing a modern atmosphere issue. Much like the recent Plug lamp, Hood is built on necessity. Once again bringing a dual function […]


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LUCEM
First Light Transmitting Concrete Facade


In contrast to glass and other transparent materials, concrete does obviously not apply to be a material suited for translucent constructions. In the year 1935, in France, the first experiments with light transmitting elements and conccrete lead the way to nowadays modern material Light Transmitting Concrete. It took over 80 years to develop, but today, […]


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Ramon Esteve
Daybed FAZ


Daybed FAZ is part of the Faz outdoor furniture collection, manufactured by Vondom. The collection, designed by Ramón Esteve, is inspired by the mineral shapes we find in nature and each piece of the collection has a sculptural character. Daybed Faz has a sound system with built-in speakers we can connect by Bluetooth to our mobile […]


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Rodrigo Duque Motta
Elqui Domos Astronomical Hotel


  Elqui Domos is a small 10-year-old hotel located in the heart of Valle del Elqui, a narrow valley stretched in between the Andes Mountains.The valley is renowned for its sharp, clear skies and pleasant weather, as well as for its great potential for wine growing, astronomy, and tourism. The Hotel comprises several single wooden-structured […]


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Forsman & Bodenfors
Faktum hotels


Would you spend the night on the streets? Well, there’s an innovative online campaign from Gothenburg, Sweden that’s designed to make people think and raise money at the same time. It was put together by Faktum, the city’s street newspaper, with the help of an interactive media agency. Together, they created a “hotel” website called Faktum Hotels. […]


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