Design archive for 2010-12-09

Wearable Spaces Necklaces by Naomi Mcintosh

(8 years ago)
Naomi Mcintosh's Wearable Spaces explores the landscape of the body with jewelry.

Leather Vessel from CraftedSystems

(8 years ago)
The newest vessel from CraftedSystems is made from all-natural, vegetable-tanned saddle leather, is 23.5″ x 6″ and is waterjet cut and handwoven by the women at the YWCA of Portland in collective “healing” fashion. It is their first piece created in leather; their other products are made from 100% sustainable wool felt. CraftedSystems is having [...]

Naomi Mcintosh

(8 years ago)
Jewelry designer Naomi Mcintosh has released a new collection called Walnut to add to her architectural jewelry designs. The pieces, which are made to explore the body’s natural landscape, are made using a combination of hand drawings and the exploratory potential of CAD/CAM technologies. Using the computer technology helps to visualize these complex and fluid [...]

What Me Worry by Artist Andrew Kuo

(8 years ago)
The Standard hotel’s very first book project What Me Worry by artist Andrew Kuo was released last week. The book debuts under the new exclusive imprint, “Standard Press,” in conjunction with Damane Editore and D.A.P. (Distributed Art Publishers). The 200 page hardcover book contains an introduction by New Yorker writer Kelfa Sanneh and includes Kuo’s [...]

Untranslatable Words

(8 years ago)
Here’s an article that caught my attention: 20 Awesomely Untranslatable Words from Around the World. Being a Swiss-German in NYC there are a few instances where I wish I could use certain Swiss-German words when speaking English and vice versa. Here are a few of the untranslatable words that caught my eye in the article. [...]

Manifold Clock by Studio Ve

(8 years ago)
Shay Carmon and Ben Klinger of Studio Ve in Israel have created a clock where the two hands are linked by a striped paper-like material, creating ever-changing 3D shapes as the hours go by. (more…)

Karlusic Residence by Hirsch Bedner Associates

(8 years ago)
Hirsch Bedner Associates have designed the Karlusic Residence in Melbourne, Australia. . Karlusic Residence by Hirsch Bedner Associates There is a 30yr old Japanese Maple,  in the front yard, which is quite an impressive tree and I didn’t want to remove the tree and therefore based the design around the Japanese Maple and nature. The [...]

Shaft House in Canada by Atelier rzlbd

(8 years ago)
“Design belongs to everyone,” says Reza Aliabadi, the architect of this residence, named the Shaft House. An excerpt from the project description: The Shaft House idea was derived from the architect’s concerns about the affordability of design. Walking down on Danforth and Woodbine avenues in Toronto, an affordable neighborhood with not too many different building [...]

White and Whimsical from Nella Vetrina

(8 years ago)
Italian company Nella Vetrina has a beautiful variety of luxurious ultra-contemporary furnishings, but their white, whimsical pieces are striking to say the least. The Mustique Lounge Chair from the Lofficina Collection A very cool grown-up cradle style chaise. Engulfing you in comfort and serious style. Custom upholstery shown in leather with a wooden base in [...]

Jerusalem Pendant by Knockoutdesign

(8 years ago)
Knockoutdesign has created a necklace inspired by the city of Jerusalem. Since each city has a different rhythm, characteristics, culture and history, Knockoutdesign explains that they wanted to translate this specific urban experience into a line of jewelry. From the designers: The Jerusalem pendant is the rest from the collection to come soon. We believe [...]

Student Work – Daran Brossard

(8 years ago)
Designed by Daran Brossard | Country: United States “Guerro’s Carrots started as a faceless yet tasty jar of pickled vegetables with only an idea for a name. Now, after combining old world flavors with new world presentation, Guerro’s offers the traditional Hispanic kitchen to an American audience in ways they’re familiar with, including a tight identity [...]

Christmas Tree Alternative

(8 years ago)
Here’s a very stylish Christmas Tree Alternative: The recycled wooden (x-mas) trees are approximate 43/45 cm high and are made out of 6 different planks. There’s a small piece of string attached to the back so you can hang it on a wall. You can screw small hooks in the planks so that you can [...]

Dream Home : Ostrava Villa by Atos-6

(8 years ago)
Related posts:Modern Dream Homes : House on Lake Okoboji by Min – DayModern Dream Homes : Haus mit Atelier by C18 ArchitektenModern Dream Homes: House on Lot 23 by Juan Esteban Correa Elejalde

Demand To See Santa

(8 years ago)
… the number of Santas available and a parent’s desire to have their children see St. Nick in a timely manner, loosely determines the potential sketchiness of Santas in your area. As demand (D) increases, you can expect a corresponding increase in quantity (Q) or available Santas and the sketchiness (S) of any given Santa. [...]

Sir Richard’s Condom Company

(8 years ago)
Designed by TDA | Country: United States “We started this company from scratch in partnership with Kreloff Equity Partners. It is a for profit company that donates one condom in developing countries for every condom we sell in the U.S. The design is intended to be more appealing to consumers than the very pharmaceutical offerings currently [...]

Helvetica Hanger

(8 years ago)
The trend of Helvetica-inspired products continues with this Helvetica coat hanger designed by Paco Bascuñán for Alegre Industrial. Discover more great design by following Design Milk on Twitter and Facebook! © 2010 Design Milk | Posted by Jaime in Home Furnishings | Permalink | No comments | Tweet This | Share on Facebook

Globe Installation by Francis Cauffman Architects and Eventscape

(8 years ago)
Francis Cauffman Architects together with Eventscape, a custom manufacturer of framed structures, have completed a globe installation in the lobby of the St. Joseph’s Hospital in New Jersey. . Description from Eventscape: As part of the hospital’s expansion project, the new main lobby opened September 2010. The advanced design of the lobby symbolizes the advanced [...]

Toronto Design Week Preview: Do West Design

(8 years ago)
A new event for the 2011 edition of Toronto Design Week is Do West Design, an initiative spearheaded by the Do West Trinity Bellwoods Business Improvement Area.

Netscape by Konstantin Grcic at Design Miami/

(8 years ago)
Industrial designer Konstantin Grcic’s installed seats made of netting suspended from a metal structure at Design Miami/ last week.  (more…)

Camioncyclette

(8 years ago)
So you think food shopping for a family of 4 is impossible with a bicycle? Think again. Christopher Machet brings you the Camioncyclette. It can carry loads up to 150kg. Camion + Bicyclette = Camioncyclette Truck + Bicycle = Truckcycle (Thank you Veerle!)

Traffic Sheep

(8 years ago)
Please tell me that these traffic sheep made you smile! Right? Designed by Christoph Machet.

Food and design videos: Design Academy Eindhoven

(8 years ago)
In this short interview we conducted as part of our Food and Design report for luxury kitchen appliances brand Scholtès, Design Academy Eindhoven chairwoman Anne Mieke Eggenkamp presents graduate projects involving food, including this system that uses sand to keep vegetables fresh (above). (more…)

‘Manifold Clock’ by Studio Ve (IL)

(8 years ago)
Another beautiful wall clock is the ‘Manifold Clock’ by the Israeli designers of Studio Ve. A manifold that is connected to the two clock hands creates a delicate 3D movement – every second a different one. Don’t miss the video which shows the effect perfectly. [There is a video that cannot be displayed in this [...]
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