Design archive for 2010-12-19

Casa Puglia by Peter Pichler

(8 years ago)
Architect Peter Pichler has converted an existing 14th century farmhouse into a family home in Puglia, Italy, adding by these perforated shutters over its facade. (more…)

Weekend Links December 19

(8 years ago)
Helsinki Design Lab Stuio talks about sustainability.Robert A.M. Sterns wins Driehaus Prize.Interview with Hani Rashid from Asymptote Architecture.FIGMENT, ENYA & SEAoNY launch design competition.Cognitive Cities Conference in Berlin.Food an Design videos with Gitta Gschwendtner.James Dyson to be appointed as Provost of the Royal Collage of Art.Hybrid Prototypes intensive design and prototyping workshop.Winner os the Rosa [...]

Edits by Edit

(8 years ago)
In this series of prints, Edits by Edit, each designer was asked to represent a musical genre using one element and one typeface (stating the genre). Above is Twist by Hey Studio and Folk by Manual Creative. Urban by Leterme Dowling and New Wave by Duane King Polka by Collective Approach and Metal by Baster [...]

Dream Home : AS House by Guilherme Torres

(8 years ago)
Related posts:Modern Dream Homes: Vancouver Architecture Review – Shuswap ResidenceModern Dream Homes : Iona Ave by Robert Mills ArchitectModern Dream Homes : Mediterranean Vacation House by A-cero

My Top5 This Week

(8 years ago)
Since I'm into self-inflicted misery, I have a certain soft spot in my heart for this lamp.

Yucca Lounge, Shanghai

(8 years ago)
A tiny cocktail lounge, Yucca, has opened on the third floor of Mansion 26F in Sinan Mansions, Shanghai.The building is the headquarters of Yucca’s creator, Australian-Greek chef and restaurateur David Laris, and it also houses three of his other restaurants: Funky Chicken, Fat Olive and 12 Chairs.Yucca’s interior design is by Shanghai-based Lime 388, a design and communications agency founded by the Paris-educated Thomas Dariel and Benoit Arfeuillere.Yucca’s crazy, modern Mexican feel conjures up thoughts of Salvador Dali, Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo. There are the religious undertones, tall candelabra, catholic crosses, elaborate floor mosaics. There are shocking colors, paisley arm chairs, iron gates and a big slab of marble as the main bar. It all looks a bit much, even without patrons. And the multitude of rum and tequila cocktails will only heighten the somewhat mad vibe. Undoubtedly the creators’ intention. - Tuija Seipell

Seattle’s Best Coffee

(8 years ago)
Designed by Creature | Country: USA “Seattle’s Best Coffee, part of Starbucks Corporation, today announced a radically simplified packaged coffee line designed to change the conventions of the coffee category. The Seattle’s Best Coffee “Level” System delivers great tasting, premium coffee with an expanded blend offering in conjunction with an innovative and bold new packaging [...]


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