Design archive for 2010-11-04

Broken Britain

(8 years ago)
From Pete Dungey’s site: “A drawing workshop was undertaken with a class of 27 school children between 5—7 years of age as a response to the Conservative Party phrase ‘Broken Britain’. The exercise was an investigation into the source of problems within society today, hoping to unearth why children grow into living troubled lives. When [...]

The 80s in Swiss TV

(8 years ago)
Now here’s a video that my Swiss Readers will appreciate. It’s a quick overview of Swiss TV shows in the 80s. I do remember pretty much all of them. (I’d love to see an equivalent of US TV shows.) (via bloggingtom)

Eva Street Residence by Chris Cobb : Office of Architecture

(8 years ago)
American architect Chris Cobb has designed the Eva Street Residence in Austin, Texas. . Description from the architect: Located on an urban infill lot in South Central Austin, the site’s biggest challenge was also one of its greatest’s assets, a gorgeous 150+ year old live oak that stood directly in the center of the build-able [...]

BOTTLES by Klaas Kuiken

(8 years ago)
Mass produced green glass bottles will get new individual shapes when designer Klaas Kuiken works with them. He blows them one by one into unique obje..

Student Work – Jason Nye

(8 years ago)
Designed by Jason Nye | Country: United Kingdom “The aim was to create a visual presence for Radio 3 at the London Jazz Festival venues and promote it’s award winning coverage of the event. This was done through disposable coffee cups, clutches, and novelty instrument stirrers which would be seen at places like the Southbank [...]

Here! Sod T-Shirt Packaging by Prompt Design

(8 years ago)
Somchana Kangwarnjit of Prompt Design, a Thailand-based agency, has recently been awarded a Gold Pentaward for t-shirt packaging design called Here! Sod T-Shirt Packaging. Here! Sod created a new line of t-shirts that are sold in simple yet distinctive packaging resembling food found in most supermarkets. Each shirt is custom packaged to resemble a piece [...]

OSB Office in Poland by mode:lina

(8 years ago)
mode:lina has just completed this office design in a 1960′s building basement in Poznan, Poland. They desired a space that was inexpensive but didn’t look cheap. So, they opted to use lacquered OSB for the flooring and the desks. Desk surfaces are covered in artificial leather for comfort. Photos by Marcin Dondajewski. Discover more great [...]

Gravity Pearl by NOSIGNER

(8 years ago)
Tokyo 2010: Japanese designer NOSIGNER presented magnetic jewellery made of pearls at DesignTide Tokyo 2010 this week.  (more…)

A look back at the Marmomacc natural stone fair in Verona (IT)

(8 years ago)
Marmomacc, the premier international exhibition of natural stone products and processing took place in Verona early in October. With 1500 companies exhibiting their wares it covered the widest possible spectrum of the natural stone industry, ranging from the material itself through natural-stone products to techniques and machinery for working the stone. The wide diversity of [...]

Roscoe’s

(8 years ago)
Designed by HUB Collective Ltd. | Country: United States HUB Collective designed and produced these letterpress beer labels for an avid home brewer who longed for his very own labels.  The label allows him to hand write type of beer brewed, its bottling date, and alcohol by volume.

LosAngeles/CreativeMornings with Bobby Solomon

(8 years ago)
Our November LosAngeles/CreativeMornings speaker is Bobby Solomon of Kitsune Noir on November 12th, 8.30am – 10am. (RSVP will open Friday November 5, 2010 at 11am over at losangelescreativemornings.eventbrite.com!) Bobby is a Los Angeles based designer who runs Kitsune Noir, a culture blog that dabbles in art, design, food & fashion. Since it’s inception in 2007 [...]

New from Luxx Box

(8 years ago)
Luxx Box has launched a few new products at the Quench Exhibition at PLSMS gallery during Design Tide Tokyo. Descriptions below from Luxx Box. NeoRoc Debonair meets punk… Like a street kid who spends all their time in a library, NeoRoc has a loud mouth and the smarts to back it up. NeoRoc is an [...]

CREAZIONI GIOVANI

(8 years ago)
Deadline: 22 novembre 2010Deadline: 22 November 2010

Clouds

(8 years ago)
Clouds and Umbrellas make me happy. Considering that one of Ella’s walls is light blue, these wall clouds would look amazing. (thank you Dave)

Prismatique Sample Kit

(8 years ago)
Designed by Up Inc. | Country: Canada “Prismatique launched a new line of its Vidro glass-topped tables. This kit for sales reps houses samples that illustrate the range of glass finishes, colours and designs for these tables. Sturdy plastic and blue tones reference high-quality glass, while a variety of shapes hint at the countless table [...]

Galileo’s Telescope

(8 years ago)
I bet you never thought you’d see a modern telescope! Designed by mastermind Galileo Galilei in the 1600s and re-imagined by Milan based designer Odoardo Fioravanti and optical company Palomar, Galileo’s Telescope is the most stylish way to view the stars (or spy on your neighbors!). Made of glass, leather and wood, this telescope is [...]

The Atlas of Conflict

(8 years ago)
[ 16.11.2010; 19:00 - 22:00. ] Malkit Shoshan / Designed by Joost Grootens

How Wine Became Modern: Design + Wine 1976 to Now

(8 years ago)
[ 20.11.2010 - 17.04.2011. ] At SFMOMA, the exhibition analizyses the transformation of the wine culture over the last 30 years, by presenting design objects and architectures.

Solar Plant by Bon Seop

(8 years ago)

Insomnie Design

(8 years ago)
Insomnie Design is the story of a fortunate encounter between the insomniac designer, Florent Lasbleiz and outstanding craftsmen in the Loire Valley (France). It’s a story about passion and desire, in the spirit of developing objects and crafty design for everyday life. And similar to the brand, each object has it’s own story: Emma is [...]

How Wine Became Modern: Design + Wine 1976 to Now

(8 years ago)
[ 20.11.2010 - 17.04.2011. 20.11.2010 - 17.04.2011. ] At SFMOMA, the exhibition analizyses the transformation of the wine culture over the last 30 years, by presenting design objects and architectures.

The Migration of Mel and Judith by Thomas Hillier

(8 years ago)
Architect Thomas Hillier has created a model of a miniature world based on a story about the journey of a fictional couple through Europe in a caravan made of bread. (more…)
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