Design archive for 2010-10-29

Nest by Misha Kahn

(9 years ago)
Misha Kahn recently presented us with her unique deer-shaped cabinet and now she has another very curious piece called Nest. According to Misha, Nest is “a recent exploration of combining a variety of mid-century appropriations with a giant nest, proposing a more contemporary object that welcomes endless acquirement.” Related posts:Cabinet by Misha Kahn Fears and [...]

M Residence Renovation in Japan by Case-Real

(9 years ago)
For the renovation of this M Residence by Case-Real, the designers focused on creating a true loft atmosphere even without the high ceilings or exposed ductwork. This is a studio apartment that — thanks to the implementation of a great layout — looks and feel bigger that it really is. Plenty of storage and well [...]

First Stop…

(9 years ago)
Once Tilo has his own room (in a few month’s hopefully, if everything works out as planned) then I’d like to hang one of these bedtime posters on his wall. What an adorable, typography driven, kids room print. Great gift too! (via pinterest)

Rainbow Kitchen

(9 years ago)
This colorful kitchen by made me smile. It has Jessi written all over it. (via pinterest)

EVR

(9 years ago)
Designed by Dragon Rouge | Country: United States “The new brand positioning, name, logo and packaging was created by Dragon Rouge, a global branding and design consultancy. “The first challenge for the Dragon Rouge team,” says Eric Zeitoun, president of the New York office of Dragon Rouge, “was to remove all associations with alcohol for [...]

Side by Side

(9 years ago)
Side by Side is a non-profit German company that I discovered while at Tendence 2010. They design and create products that are simply beautiful, sometimes clever and always unique. The company, which launched back in 2002, works with 20 young designers on their contemporary design collection, consisting of 48 products that range from a clothes [...]

Víctor de la Serna y Espina by Julio Barreno Gutiérrez

(9 years ago)
Spanish architect Julio Barreno Gutiérrez has added a zig-zag tunnel to this school building in southern Spain in order to connect what were previously separate sides for boys and girls.  (more…)

Little Times

(9 years ago)
Sometimes the little times you don’t think are anything while they’re happening turn out to be what marks a whole period of your life. - Andy Warhol (via Liz Danzico’s CreativeMorning talk this morning)

Paris Vs New York

(9 years ago)
Paris versus New York is a friendly visual match between those two cities, as seen by a Parisian-based-and-lover on New York : details, cliches and contradictions. Absolutely fantastic. (thank you Jolayne)

O happy day

(9 years ago)
This cheery print from Lesley and Pea oiver at Keep Calm Gallery is enough to brighten any room! O happy day!

Barbara I Gongini

(9 years ago)
These sculptural and hard-looking pieces are by Danish designer Barbara I Gongini and available at I Don’t Like Mondays. Related posts:Tusk Shirt Santa Barbara II in Argentina by Arquitectonika Barbara Barry for Ann Sacks Discover more great design by following Design Milk on Twitter and Facebook! © 2010 Design Milk | Posted by Jaime in [...]

Leap

(9 years ago)
Designed by We Recommend | Country: Sweden “Kapacitet works with the development of the web content management product ‘leap’ and associated consultancy services. Through the software and its use as well as in the visual identity, leap emphasizes softer, more human elements instead of the technical aspect of the product. leap is the new generation [...]

The Crate Series

(9 years ago)
[ 15.11.2010 - 16.12.2010. ] The new Makkink & Bey's works at the Spring Projects gallery of London.

The Crate Series

(9 years ago)
The new Makkink & Bey's works at the Spring Projects gallery of London.

‘Lox’ by PearsonLloyd for Walter Knoll (DE) at Orgatec 2010

(9 years ago)
After several joint projects ‘Lox’ is the most recent result of the collaboration between the British designers PearsonLloyd and the German manufacturer Walter Knoll. Composed of a plastic shell, optionally upholstered, and two different bases, a four-star or a tubular steel base, the swivel chair is an all-rounder for lounging and dining, conferencing and contract. more Walter [...]

TJOKEEFE

(9 years ago)
Chicago-based design studio TJOKEEFE creates simple architecturally-inspired furniture. They remind me a little bit of Faktura. Chair IV Chair IV is the skeleton of a chair reconstructed as a geometric puzzle. Comprised of solid wood and finished in two sheens of paint, it is a versatile dining chair able to coalesce with a variety of [...]

RIBA warns against Prince’s Foundation design review bid

(9 years ago)
Dezeenwire: the RIBA in London have opposed a bid by the Prince’s Foundation to take over the design review role currently fulfilled by the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE), which is to close in the wake of last week’s government spending review. See press release below.See also: CABE closed down in spending review (more…)

Friday Five with Meghan McEwen of Designtripper

(9 years ago)
Photo: Marvin Shaouni Photography Meghan McEwen is the co-founder and editor of Designtripper.com — a new blog dedicated to design-related travel with an emphasis on places to stay: indie/boutique/family-owned/design/artist-designed hotels, inns, B&Bs, vacation homes, haciendas, villas, lodges, farms, ryokans, riads, hostels, treehouses and even tricked-out tents and campervans. The editor in chief of Modern Luxury’s [...]

Clover table

(9 years ago)
The Clover coffee table explores the creation of three dimensional forms and structures from a flat sheet of DuPont™ Corian®.

Lefevre House by Longhi Architects

(9 years ago)
Longhi Architects designed the Lefevre house overlooking the ocean in Punta Misterio, Peru. . Visit the Longhi Architects website – here. . .

Reichtum by Mark Braun for Lobmeyr

(9 years ago)
Vienna Design Week 2010: Berlin designer Mark Braun presented a series of carafes engraved with images of lakes, glaciers and rivers of Austria for glass company Lobmeyr in Vienna earlier this month.  (more…)

Blue Cable Rope Bench par Tom Price

(9 years ago)
A l’occasion de la récente « Chic Art Fair » à Paris, le designer anglais Tom Price présentait son banc « Blue Cable Rope Bench ». Un banc d’extérieur fait de cordes et d’assises en matériau de synthèse composé de cinq chaises « Blue Cable Rope Chairs » mêlées les unes aux autres. Sources photographies: Outdoorzgallery Pour en savoir plus sur, [...]Blue Cable Rope Bench par Tom Price is a post from: Muuuz - Blog Architecture, Design, Tendances, Inspiration

This Week at Art MoCo

(9 years ago)
This Week at Art MoCo: a brick carpet, road trip snaps, Italian emigration, construction grade wood & the tarot. And a molecular chair. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.

The Clover Table by WertelOberfell for DuPont Corian

(9 years ago)
WertelOberfell have designed the Clover Table. The Clover coffee table explores the creation of three dimensional forms and structures from a flat sheet of Corian. It uses the materials unique properties by machining a shape out of the surface and heat bending the legs out of it. It results in a minimalistic organic structure, able [...]

Primary by Sammy Bikoulis for Triflow

(9 years ago)
Designer Sammy Bikoulis has won the Triflow Future Talents competition to create a kitchen or bathroom tap with this design featuring three stacked coloured blocks. (more…)

Analog self Mapping

(9 years ago)
[ 08.11.2010; 10:00 - 18:00. 10:00 - 18:00. ] Workshop at Corraini Library.

Luminaire Perf par Diesel-Foscarini

(9 years ago)
Proposée par Diesel et Foscarini, la lampe « Perf » s’inspire des lampes à trous de tradition nord-africaine. Orientable et finement percé, son corps métallique en forme de bec tamise la lumière tout en l’orientant. Disponible en applique, en lampe à poser ou en lampadaire, « Perf » est proposée en noir, vert, brun et aluminium naturel. Pour en [...]Luminaire Perf par Diesel-Foscarini is a post from: Muuuz - Blog Architecture, Design, Tendances, Inspiration

Casa del Condestable Video

(9 years ago)
Here is the fifth video of Studio Banana TV’s Spanish buildings made with ceramic materials series.Casa del Condestable by Tabuenca & Leache Arquitectos video.Via Studio Banana TV
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