Design archive for 2011-01-30

IDS 2011: The Open Lattice

(8 years ago)
A cabinet or an art installation? The Open Lattice, designed by Luigi Ferrara for Dekla, is on display at the IDS show in Toronto. Ferrara, an architect and the director of the Centre for Arts and Design and the Institute without Boundaries at George Brown College, worked on this collaboration (built by Kai Mansur) with former students Nick Crampton, John Pelo and Sisley Leung. But what is it all about?

Kraken Rum 3D

(8 years ago)
Designed by STRANGER & STRANGER | Country: United Kingdom The Kraken Black Spiced Rum has introduced 3-D labels designed by London based STRANGER & STRANGER. The 3D kraken will adorn the 750mL bottles and will be available for purchase online.

Dog Milk: Best of January 2011

(8 years ago)
The first month of 2011 is almost behind us, leaving heaps and heaps of snow in its wake… In January on Dog Milk we had some fun stuff including our very first dog blogger guest blog! Here are some highlights: From top left, clockwise: a guest blog from Young House Love superstar Burger, Popcorn Dog [...]

Plane Secretary

(8 years ago)
With the power supply hidden behind the rear table leg, while the mains adapters and plug connectors stored in a compartment at the desk the secretary..

Trunk

(8 years ago)
New Trunk Lamp by russian designer Dima Loginoff ( www.dimaloginoff.com ) produced by STUDIO ITALIA DESIGN will be presented in April at iSaloni ( Mil..

Hiedaira House by Thomas Daniell Studio

(8 years ago)
This concrete house in Hiedaira, Shiga Prefecture, Japan, by Kyoto firm Thomas Daniell Studio, is located next door to the house and studio we published on Dezeen last week (see our earlier story here). (more…)

Hotel Le Germain Calgary by LEMAYMICHAUD

(8 years ago)
LEMAYMICHAUD Architecture Design have designed the Germain Hotel in Calgary, Canada. . Hotel Le Germain Calgary by LEMAYMICHAUD The Germain Calgary boasts an exceptional location in the heart of downtown. On the corner of 9th Avenue and Centre Street, the hotel is a stone’s throw from all the city has to offer, across the street [...]

Your Top5 This Week

(8 years ago)
Whenever an architect says "I wanted to blur the boundaries between outdoor and in" I sort of cringe.

Primary Cabinet by Peter Jakubik

(8 years ago)
Here’s another project by Slovakian designer Peter Jakubik (see his Hobby Panton Chair in yesterday’s story), this time a cabinet with a chalkboard surface. (more…)


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