Design archive for 2011-02-10

Piece Peace FRAME by Kazutoyo Yamamoto

(8 years ago)
The piece peace FRAME for photos was designed by Kazutoyo Yamamoto of dessence. I find these frames full of inspiration — simple, raw and beautiful. From the designer: A good friend, a husband and wife showed me a photo. It was a photo full of warmth. And then the couple asked “Can you make us [...]

Corker by Sebastian Bergne

(8 years ago)
This cork screw by Sebastian Bergne becomes complete as you taste different wines and evolves with your wine choices over time. Discover more great design by following Design Milk on Twitter and Facebook! © 2011 Design Milk | Posted by Jaime in Home Furnishings | Permalink | No comments | Tweet This | Share on [...]

Chloe

(8 years ago)
As vases seem to become more popular when empty, this vase allows the user to arrange it as he or she likes, just as they would do with actual flowers..

Galerie BSL by Noe Duchaufour-Lawrance

(8 years ago)
Corian has no boundaries – which is usually the tag line of the well-known product and visually proven with Galerie BSL as its prime example.  French designer Noe Duchaufour-Lawrance completed the interior of the Paris gallery by featuring a strip of white Corian wrapped around in space – creating an exhibit within an exhibit. The [...]

Nuevas Rias

(8 years ago)
Designed by CB’a Design Solutions | Country: Spain “A range consisting of three references, each one showing off a unique colour. The transparency plays an important role in the design due to the fact that it enables the different elements of the packaging to fuse together without minimizing its importance. A strong branding consisting of typography of Gothic influences, [...]

Jig by Massproductions

(8 years ago)
Stockholm 2011: Swedish furniture company Massproductions present this simple steel-framed armchair at Stockholm Furniture Fair this week. (more…)

Love Love

(8 years ago)
Love Love is a sculpture created by French artist Julien Berthier that resembles a sinking ship. It’s a fully functional boat, well, half a boat created from a 21-foot yacht that he cut in half, adding a new keel and motor. Julien has taken the sculpture across the English Channel and toured it around Europe, [...]

Multi Lines

(8 years ago)
Love this idea of a power strip-meets-extension cord by Connect Design. Discover more great design by following Design Milk on Twitter and Facebook! © 2011 Design Milk | Posted by Jaime in Technology | Permalink | No comments | Tweet This | Share on Facebook

Convegno Casa dell’Architettura – Conference

(8 years ago)
[ 16.02.2011; ] At Acquario romano (Rome), the second meeting in the series "Conversation about architecture". A round table about promotion and protection of Design...

Fabric Designs by Gunta Stölzl

(8 years ago)
German designer and artisan Gunta Stölzl‘s Bauhaus textile drawings are works of art. From wall hangings to rugs, I feel like I hit the motherload of inspiration. Prepare to waste some time on this site. [via But Does It Float] Discover more great design by following Design Milk on Twitter and Facebook! © 2011 Design [...]

BIG WINS THE COMPETITION TO DESIGN GREENLAND’S NEW NATIONAL GALLERY

(8 years ago)
BIG + TNT Nuuk + Ramboll Nuuk + Arkitekti is the winning team to design the new National Gallery of Greenland in the country’s capital Nuuk, among invited proposals totaling 6 Nordic architects.

Nuna Shoe David Fox & Miss Made in England

(8 years ago)
The nuna shoe is the result of a three way collaboration between David fox / Miss Made in England / Camira Fabrics.The fabric wes designed by David Fo..

Collection Edgar

(8 years ago)
Concept:Kid's furniture:2-6 years. Furniture will,clean design,graphic, fun and practical.Refined by its forms and its construction, minimalist line a..

Purnukka Storage Jar

(8 years ago)
In 2011 Iittala reintroduces Purnukka, a storage jar originally designed by Kaj Franck and been in production from 1953 until 1975. The ceramic Purnukka storage jar is made in the same original shape designed by Kaj Franck, while some improvements have been made to the lid. It is dishwasher, oven, microwave and freezer safe. Available [...]

The DMH Residence by Mim Design

(8 years ago)
Mim Design have sent us some photos of the DMH Residence interior they designed in Melbourne, Australia. . Description from Mim Design: This project distinguishes between old and new with a clean, timeless interior renovation melding with a classic Victorian character. The Victorian features throughout the home have been simplified to a clean, fresh palette [...]

Get Inspired : 10 Cool Playrooms

(8 years ago)
My son just turned 4 and we decided it was time to convert our guestroom to a cool playroom. Designing  an inspiring and joyous playroom is a fun home decor project. A well designed playroom offers ample storage space for games, toys and books. As well as incorporating areas for creative play, artwork and relaxation. [...]

More Perfect Typography

(8 years ago)
Last night kicked off what will soon be a regular talk and workshop series here at our collaborative workspace Studiomates. Tim Brown, Type Manager of Typekit, gave a fantastic talk titled “More Perfect Typography”. (Yes, it was a typographic geek fest.) In this talk, Tim guided us through using typographic tools and perspectives that will [...]

Cube Cloths

(8 years ago)
Designed by Jill Brown & Brian Paschke | Country: Canada “Inspired by compressed emergency clothing found in Japan; these sugar cube-sized objects expand into full-size cleaning cloths when placed in water. To emphasize this miniaturization, the cubes are packed into little boxes approximately the size of an ordinary dish sponge. Each box is assigned with a colour depending on [...]

Introducing The Design Milk Dairy

(8 years ago)
After I shut down Art Milk, it left a void here where there used to be tons of great art. So, I decided to explore ways to bring you more art, promote young and emerging artists and continue to support the art community online. I called my buddy Justin from Society6 to talk about how [...]

The DPR House by MCK Architects

(8 years ago)
MCK Architects (Marsh Cashman Koolloos) have designed the DPR House in Sydney, Australia. . Visit the MCK Architects website – here. Photography by Willem Rethmeier . .

Extension d’un restaurant par Calimucho

(8 years ago)
A Oisquercq en Belgique, au 79 rue du Bon Voisin, le restaurant « La Petite Gayolle » s’agrandit. L’agence d’architecture Calimucho a greffé à la bâtisse de briques existante une extension de verre habillée d’une fine claustra de bois. Intime et lumineux, l’espace ainsi créé s’inscrit dans le prolongement de la salle du restaurant. Sur ce projet, [...]Extension d’un restaurant par Calimucho is a post from: Muuuz - Blog Architecture, Design, Tendances, Inspiration

The TubeMe Chair by Ellinor Ericsson

(8 years ago)
Ellinor Ericsson, a student at the Danish Design School, has sent us the TubeMe Chair. . Description from the designer: The TubeMe chair is about a tactile interaction with a chair. You are able to braid the naked chair with pillow tubes creating your own upholster with the different textiles. While actually sitting in the [...]

Love Blossoms by Daniel Brown for Mulberry

(8 years ago)
British digital designer Daniel Brown has created website for fashion brand Mulberry where users can email a unique image of a flower to their valentine. (more…)

Convegno Casa dell’Architettura – Conference

(8 years ago)
[ 16.02.2011; ] At Acquario romano (Rome), the second meeting in the series "Conversation about architecture". A round table about promotion and protection of Design...

Sumo Chair par Mads Hansen Jeppe

(8 years ago)
Etudiant à la Danish Design School de Copenhague, Mads Hansen Jeppe présentera sa « Sumo Chair » à la Stockholm Furniture Fair du 8 au 12 février 2011. Réalisé à partir d’un cube de mousse d’un mètre sur un mètre, ce fauteuil est revêtu de textile stretch et ceinturé par quatre sangles qui lui donnent la forme [...]Sumo Chair par Mads Hansen Jeppe is a post from: Muuuz - Blog Architecture, Design, Tendances, Inspiration

‘Spook’ by Iskos – Berlin for Blå Station (SE) at Stockholm Furniture Fair

(8 years ago)
The newly founded designer duo Iskos – Berlin, consisting of the Danish designers Boris Berlin and Aleksej Iskos, realised this armchair for the Swedish manufacturer Blå Station. We all remember the neat ‘Nobody’ chair Boris Berlin / Komplot created for HAY. ‘Spook’ is made with the use of the same material and technique – moulded [...]

Vase Ramoscello par Nicolas Garrappa

(8 years ago)
En noir ou blanc, le designer argentin Nicolas Garrappa accole et croise ses vases « Ramoscello ». Elancés et organiques, leurs volumes aux lignes douces et brisées à la fois entrent en tension. Modulaires, ils esquissent des formes et des ensembles. Pour en savoir plus, découvrez le portfolio de Nicolas Garrappa et visitez son site. Vase Ramoscello [...]Vase Ramoscello par Nicolas Garrappa is a post from: Muuuz - Blog Architecture, Design, Tendances, Inspiration

Bank of Moscows Offices

(8 years ago)
The interior design of Bank of Moscow’s offices in central Moscow’s Kuznetsky Most area (Kuznetsky Most street 13) retains the building’s great historical bones and matches customized adornments to them. The office — one of the Bank’s many offices — occupies 7,000 square metres on the third floor and in the previously unused mansard (attic) space. Moscow-based designer, Alexey Kuzmin, retained by architectural office Sretenka for this assignment, used the space’s key feature, the large, hexagon-shaped central hall, as the defining point. He placed the client services functions in this grand, open area to evoke and retain the elegant feel of the entire building. It is windowless, so Kuzmin created a stained-glass ceiling, that echoes the forms and style of the building. Everything in the client zone was customized, including the tall wooden doors with glass, stained-glass windows, chandeliers, oak paneling for walls and ceilings and the marble floors. Kuzmin located the staff offices on the wings or balconies surrounding the client zone. The dividers in the office area are made of glass with wooden arches around them. The attic had no historically significant features and it was designed as a typical, effective office. Glass dividers allow light into the space from the small narrow roof-top windows. The ceiling is made of fire resistant panels, covered with birch veneer. The white office furniture is by[..]
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