Design archive for 2011-02-03

Student Work – Ben Huttly

(8 years ago)
Designed by Ben Huttly | Country: United Kingdom “Through experimentation and innovation I have developed a form of packaging that is 100 percent biodegradable and recyclable. If the packaging is discarded it will have a positive effect on the environment due to the seed embedded biodegradable paper. The twine used to secure the product and label [...]

Nerd Valentine

(8 years ago)
Need nerdy gift ideas for Valentines day? Check NerdValentine by Amrit Richmond and you’re all set.

2 (or 3) Questions for Inga Sempé

(8 years ago)
With a portfolio of work such as pleated textile cabinets and ballooning Tyvek lamps, it might be said that Inga Sempé's aesthetic has a touch of whimsy about it. Her sofas extend an invitation to curl up and stay a while, a reflection of their understated opulence and evident hospitality, yet Sempé takes a straightforward approach to materials and techniques while displaying a reluctance to buy into any design world star-making machinery. This French creator seems as enigmatic as her Trame mirror.

Moonlight Sonata in Milk

(8 years ago)
Brooklyn photographer Sara Naim has taken a series of photographs that reflect Beethoven’s “Moonlight Sonata” as seen through ripples in milk. By placing milk on top of a subwoofer, she was able to capture some of the most powerful parts of the music. Take a look through all 12 of the photographs while listening to [...]

Wireless Dominoes

(8 years ago)
エスパードミノ from jarashi on Vimeo. (via unplggd)

Mosaiik Lounge Chair by Annika Göransson

(8 years ago)
Swedish design student Annika Göransson has sent us her latest creation, the Mosaiik Lounge Chair, which she will exhibit next week at the Stockholm Furniture Fair. . Annika Göransson is a Swedish design student living in Copenhagen. She takes her Bachelor degree in Furniture- and Industrial design at the Danish Design School this summer. Annika [...]

Slow Sofa

(8 years ago)
Slow Sofa, by Dutch designer Frederik Roijé, removes the need for a separate coffee table, integrating it in a single piece of furniture. It can be reconfigured in various arrangements, including a corner sofa. Parts include a table, storage, cushions and a frame support that can be used for seating or as a daybed. Slow [...]

Frontyard Art Mailboxes

(8 years ago)
Frontyard Art is an Australian company that makes contemporary freestanding mailboxes that are a leap above your standard post and box. They currently offer four main styles: Spike, Butler, Bosley and Wedge that are available in a variety of finishes and materials. Discover more great design by following Design Milk on Twitter and Facebook! © [...]

NYIGF 2011

(8 years ago)
Wooh! I had so much fun at NYIGF on Saturday. I saw many familiar faces and met a bunch of new comers. I always forget how big this show is and really I should plan to visit twice so I can actually see everything. There were some great booths, lots of beautiful things to see [...]

Y. Di Cassanova by Van Halewyck & Marco

(8 years ago)
This boutique in Antwerp by Van Halewyck & Marco Architects features glossy white surfaces in a raw concrete shell. (more…)

Chapel in St. Maria da Feira in Portugal by e|348 Arquitectura

(8 years ago)
The Chapel in St. Maria da Feira, located in Portugal, was designed by e|348 Arquitectura. I love this building so much I have little words. The stairs are amazing. The contrast, the minimalism, the elegance. Photos by Fernando Guerra, FG + SG | Architectural Photography. Discover more great design by following Design Milk on Twitter [...]

Parquet Table by Something From Us

(8 years ago)
Whenever I hear the word parquet, I can’t help but think of that talking tub of margarine. But, this table isn’t made of margarine, but rather hand-veneered teak strips in a herringbone pattern. Designed and manufactured in the UK, by Mark Irlam of Something from Us, the table is available with three leg finishes: white, [...]

Graham’s New Year Edition

(8 years ago)
Designed by Symington Family Estates | Country: Portugal “Inspired by the upcoming Chinese New Year and the use of vibrant colors in the Asian culture, the Graham’s Port Asia New Year Edition packaging has been specially released to mark the celebration for this occasion. Red, green and black were chosen to interpret:   prosperity and happiness;  harmony [...]

‘BotoxCloud’ by SAQ in collaboration with zirkumflex (DE)

(8 years ago)
In collaboration with zirkumflex, the Berlin-based design studio and project platform, SAQ has created ‘BotoxCloud’, a reactive lighting installation which echoes the complexity of weather patterns. On show in Berlin until 26 February, ‘BotoxCloud’ is akin to a constellation of three-dimensional jigsaw pieces, which react to human presence. SAQ has also published a limited edition [...]

CPD SIGNATURES

(8 years ago)
CPD SIGNATURES: A new format for fashion and business. Here, modern, contemporary brands and the retail sector cross paths. Here, retailers can vi..

Entailles by Philippe Nigro for Ligne Roset

(8 years ago)
Cologne 2011: designer Philippe Nigro presented this set of bright yellow divans, two tables and a foot stool for Ligne Roset at imm cologne last month. (more…)

Bente Miltenburg

(8 years ago)
Bente Miltenburg is a painter based in The Netherlands who depicts rooms and vignettes inside the home in an abstract way. Discover more great design by following Design Milk on Twitter and Facebook! © 2011 Design Milk | Posted by Jaime in Art | Permalink | No comments | Tweet This | Share on Facebook

tlf08 Chair by Tobias Labarque

(8 years ago)
The tlf08 chair by Tobias Labarque is made of beams of Padauk wood, assembled into the form of a lounge chair. The corners of each beam have been rounded off to provide comfort, and the tree rings are shown in plain view so that you can see the tree’s structure. Discover more great design by [...]

Nulla

(8 years ago)
Davide Groppi presents his new lamp "Nulla", a work based on removal...

MADE UP

(8 years ago)
Curated by Tim Durfee, MADE UP is the first in a series of year-long inquiries designed to bring emergent themes from the work and research of Art Center's Graduate Media Design Program (MDP), California.

Stories about churches in the Italian Church History

(8 years ago)
The sacred architecture in Italy: two book tell us about the dynamics of a fragmentary path between social history and morphology of the church building.

Siete Pecados

(8 years ago)
Designed by Sidecar | Country: Spain “A Series of wines inspired by the Seven Deadly Sins. The design of the bottles reflect each one of the sins visually. Fall into temptation.” Wrath Greed Lust Envy Pride Gluttony Laziness

Skim Milk: House in Ise by Takashi Yamaguchi

(8 years ago)
House in Ise, by Japanese architect Takashi Yamaguchi, is a space that transcends the sanctity of minimalist living. This home defines the quintessential relationship between a house and its surroundings. The first floor utilizes horizontal and vertical voids that open up to a view of the Miyagawa River. The first floor contains the living, dining, and [...]

Robert Breer

(8 years ago)
[ 18.11.2010 0:00 - 27.02.2011 0:00. ] CAPC Bordeaux

Timeline by Luca Nichetto for Skultuna

(8 years ago)
Venetian designer Luca Nichetto will present this series of brass bowls for Swedish brand Skultuna at Stockholm Furniture Fair next week. (more…)
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