Design archive for 2010-11-19
Naoki Kawamoto presented Orishiki, an origami-meets-furoshiki collection, at DesignTide Tokyo 2010. The prototype collection consists of a clutch purse, spectacle case and suitcase. From the designer: “Orishiki” is a hybrid word composed of “Ori,” taken from Origami, Japanese paper-folding art, and “Shiki” taken from Furoshiki, Japanese traditional wrapping cloth which is large enough to wrap [...]
The following post was sponsored by Greentea Design. Our sponsors are hand-picked by the Design Milk team because they represent the best in design. This exquisite Maru dining table is hand-crafted using traditional Asian methods from solid slabs of centuries-old reclaimed wood — wood that has developed a beautiful patina that lends it a unique [...]
After a few years of feedback from customers, fine-tuning their production process and success with the original Alba, iconic clock maker Furni have made their "best" Alba clock yet, the Alba Me. Watch the video after the jump.
Designed by Mash | Country: Australia “An update to the sales cases Mash completed a few years ago for Evo. As before the cases needed to hold a selection of Evo products, to be used by sales reps when visiting potential and existing buyers. Mash sourced wooden brief cases, customised the insides and screen printed [...]
At the recent Orgatec furniture fair Kinzo Air presented Air Cabin, a low sideboard filing cabinet with "lots of cargo capacity" and some distinctive aeronautical design cues.
The WIRED store (located 692 Broadway, at 4th Street in NoHo) opens today, and runs through December 26th and they’ve got these Oi modules in stock — I’m loving these Tetris-like modular pieces. Imagine how many possible combinations you could dream up! Oi modules are available in Maharam and Crypton fabrics, too so you know [...]
[ 16.10.2010 - 25.10.2010. ] James Plumb duet, in order to end up with the artistic mansion of Orlandi space, will open the doors of their new house in Milan...
GOODD is an independent shop, exhibition space and design company based in Glasgow. They’ve added a new line of stationery to their offering called Standard Stationery created by David Weatherhead. Standard Stationery is a family of stationery products that celebrate everyday office and administration tasks, referencing drafting methodology, standard paper sizes and color theory. The [...]
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The Norwegian studio designed a new mansion for Gulen, Norway.
“20 Things I Learned About Browsers and the Web” is a short guide for anyone who’s curious about the basics of browsers and the web. Published by the Google Chrome Team, illustrations by Christoph Niemann.
Designed by Mash | Country: Australia “Sing the alphabet song, A B C D F, hang on something’s missing! Not anymore, Alpha Box and Dice have now released E (Enigma). Another letter in the ever increasing Alpha Box & Dice range of wines. One day the whole alphabet will exist. If you have the complete [...]
Atelier 9.81 of France have inserted a perforated canopy in between a row of houses to create a covered pedestrian walkway in Tourcoing, France. (more…)
Looking for a stand as sleek and thin as your brand new MacBook Air? The AViiQ laptop stand might be the perfect complement. Claiming to be the world’s thinnest laptop stand, it’s less than 1/4″ thick, 12 3/4″ long, 2 3/4″ wide when folded and weighs only 5.5 ounces. It is the perfect portable stand [...]
Book printers said Jonathan Safran Foer’s “Unmakeable” Book “could not be made.” Belgian publishing house Die Keure proved them wrong. Jonathan Safran Foer’s book is an interactive paper-sculpture: Foer and his collaborators at Die Keure in Belgium took the pages of another book, Bruno Schulz’s The Street of Crocodiles, and literally carved a brand new [...]
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The new INSTA Wine Rack by Modern Cellar not only holds your wine bottles but also doubles as wine glass storage. It is made from scrap wood from their other projects to minimize waste. It can hold two wine bottles and six wine glasses. Discover more great design by following Design Milk on Twitter and [...]
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Kelly Hoppen is a world-renowned British designer who has pioneered a simple yet opulent style that has permeated interior design at every level. As well as designing apartments, houses and yachts for an ever-expanding international private client list, Kelly also undertakes commercial design projects including hotels, restaurants, office spaces and aircraft interiors. In March 2009 [...]
Generational regeneration (as with Keith Richards blood).
Designed by Michael Young with the technologies used to produce the Mac Book in Shenzhen, China.
Designgroup Stapleton Elliott designed the Dixon House in Martinborough, New Zealand. . Dixon House by Designgroup Stapleton Elliott Client Brief Our client’s brief required the creation of a weekend retreat as a place to relax, enjoy the rural landscape and share with family and friends. Site and Context The site is located in an established [...]
This minimalist wardrobe, designed by the Romanian born Andrei Munteanu for the German company Radius, has unexpected powers: the slim metal structure offers plenty of space for up to 30 jackets and carries up the 80 kg. more Radius products @ Architonic
This Week at Art MoCo: dioramas of urban decay and domestic wildlife, contemporary Old Masters, a big fish and plaster cast biking. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.
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A Berlin, dans la quartier de Pankow, l’agence d’architecture allemande Brandt + Simon Architekten a réalisé cette maison de ville adossée à un mur mitoyen. Reposant sur une structure bois, sa façade est entièrement revêtue de tuiles plates colorées. Une façade pixelisée, dégradée du blanc au vert foncé. Pour en savoir plus, visitez le site [...]Maison de ville par Brandt + Simon is a post from: Muuuz - Blog Architecture, Design, Tendances, Inspiration
This blown glass lamp fitted at the end of a rope is by Italian designer Andrea Francesconi. (more…)
[ 20.11.2010 21:00 - 21.11.2010 21:00. 27.11.2010; 21:00; ] At the PIM OFF space two performances come on stage: "La rabbia rossa" by Muta Imago and Sport [studio per] by Gruppo nanou.
The world population is growing and more people move to the city. Urbanization has a significant influence on the pattern of life and living space. Bo..
We’ve now got the full range of the Uniform Wares 100 series watches in stock on Dezeen Watch Store, including black and red (above), dark green and teal (below), and grey and yellow (bottom). (more…)
Amsterdam studio Chops and Moxie have shared with us this short film representing the concrete interior of a boutique by Japanese architect Kumiko Inui as though it’s being inflated from soft materials. (more…)
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The Japanese practice mA-style recently completed this single family home on a very narrow lot in Shizuoka, a coastal town between Tokyo and Nagoya. The street-facing facade is a plane windowless surface which is breached by the slanting portal of the the main entrance. All windows are placed on the backside of the building with [...]
These patterned false eyelashes made of paper by Paperself are the latest addition to the range of designer goods on sale at our pop-up The Temporium in London next month. (more…)
La bibliothèque 800gr du designer Dany Gilles est un système de bibliothèque modulaire constitué d’éléments en plaques de carton de 8 millimètres d’épaisseur découpés numériquement et assemblés. Une étagère rigide et légère à la fois, utilisant un minimum de matière. Dimensions (L x p x h): 46 x 35 x 46 cm A découvrir également, [...]Bibliothèque 800gr par Dany Gilles is a post from: Muuuz - Blog Architecture, Design, Tendances, Inspiration
[ 01.12.2010 - 06.03.2011. ] At the Fondazione Merz, the exhibition with the works which Mario Merz prepared in 1999 for the Fundação de Serralves of Porto.
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[ 27.11.2010 18:30 - 04.12.2010 16:30. ] "Avalanche" at 28° Film Festival in Turin, the last documentary by Carlos Casas.
Australian designer Peter Schumacher has created the Leaf Lamp for Green Furniture Sweden. . Description from the manufacturer: Very close to how nature itself designs, and yet based on simple principles, this lamp has a harmonic and natural shape. The trunk and branches, made of round birch parts with wedged ends, join without glue and [...]
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With aeronautical inspiration and with the help of the newest technology aplied to steel. Soft and attractive proportions that have timelessness as an..
[There is a video that cannot be displayed in this feed. Visit the blog entry to see the video.] The German manufacturer Wilkhahn presented at this year’s Orgatec some intresting novelties, amongst them the ‘Chassis’ chair by Stefan Diez and the office chair ‘ON’ by studio Wiege. Michael Englisch from Wiege and Stefan Diez were [...]
The Swedish practice Marge Arkitekter – by the way an entirely female-led studio founded in 2002 by Pye Aurell Ehrström, Katarina Grundsell, Louise Masreliez and Susanne Ramel – recently unveiled this single family home in a suburb of Stockholm. “The site is on a beautiful hill with unspoiled nature and gleams of the sea in [...]
Singapore-based design studio FARM created a sculpture called “The Tree” located on the site of the National Museum of Singapore. . Description from FARM: When we think about the National Museum, association with another grand old dame comes to mind. It is the huge old Banyan tree that sits majestically on the museum’s front lawn, [...]
La « Light/2″ du designer allemand Johannes Hemann est une lampe « 2 en 1″. Les deux demi-sphères en polypropylène qui la composent s’utilisent séparément comme des suspensions classiques ou s’assemblent pour créer une lampe unique proposant un éclairage tamisé. Pour en savoir plus, visitez le site de Johannes Hemann. Light/2 par Johannes Hemann is a post [...]Light/2 par Johannes Hemann is a post from: Muuuz - Blog Architecture, Design, Tendances, Inspiration
[ 19.11.2010; 19:00 - 20:30. ] On the occasion of the "Small signs in the environs" exhibition, a talk with Donata Paruccini. Today