Design archive for 2011-07-28

M3/KG / Mount Fuji Architects Studio

(8 years ago)
Architects: Mount Fuji Architects Studio Location: Meguro, Tokyo, Japan Site area: 177.27 sqm Building area: 106.33 sqm Total floor area: 259.72 sqm Project Year: 2006 Photographs: Ryota Atarashi & Satoshi AsakawaThis is a house to be built in…

Museum and Archive – Jabotinsky Center / Chyutin Architects Ltd

(8 years ago)
The Jabotinsky Institute, designed by Chyutin Architects Ltd, engages an archival collation and display of materials connected with Ze’ev Jabotinsky and with the underground Jewish nationalist movements prior to the establishment of the State of Israel. The building will…

Fresh From The Dairy: Soft Art

(8 years ago)
So far, I’ve curated 100 prints for The Design Milk Dairy, my collection of Society6 artist prints and accessories… including some recommendations from readers and also artwork created by readers. If you’re an artist interested in being featured in the collection, join Society6 and leave a link to your S6 profile in the comments or [...]

Olympic gold medals fail to impress

(8 years ago)
Dezeen Wire: the London 2012 Olympic medal design unveiled yesterday “fails to impress branding experts,” reports Sam Jones for the Guardian.  (more…)

Electric Paper Airplane Conversion Kit

(8 years ago)
Vous êtes toujours restés grands amateurs d’avions en papier ? Ca tombe plutôt bien, il est grand temps de passer aux choses sérieuses avec cet excellent système de motorisation électrique miniaturisé qui permettra à vos créations de passer à la

Youth Mental Health Building, Brain and Mind Research Institute / BVN Architecture

(8 years ago)
Architects: BVN Architecture Location: Sydney, Australia Project Year: 2010 Project Area: 3,000 sqm Photographs: Courtesy of BVN ArchitectureWhen BVN won the 2011 Sulman Architecture Award at the Australian Institute of Architects Awards last Friday, it became the first…

Tartu Rebase Street / Atelier Thomas Pucher and Bramberger [architects]

(8 years ago)
The original concept of the building was to combine the advantages of single residential homes with the economical aspects of `apartment living´. Over the last centuries the concept of single residential family houses changed enormously. Different approaches and reinterpretations…

Denise Julia Reytan

(8 years ago)
I discovered Denise Julia Reytan from my friend Capree’s awesome blog, which is always full of colorful eyecandy. Not only does she create these explosive necklaces, but she also makes other objects and installations. Share This: Twitter | Facebook | Discover more great design by following Design Milk on Twitter and Facebook. © 2011 Design [...]

Hotel La Maison, Champs Elysées

(8 years ago)
Press releases. Funny things they are. Some are big, bolshy and corporate, quoting facts and figures and making you feel all insignificant because you haven’t achieved nearly as much as the subject. Others are badly written, lackadaisical and limp, and many are copied and pasted all around the blogosphere by lazy writers looking for quick [...]

Pick Up Planter

(8 years ago)
Pick Up Sticks is a game of physical and mental skill. A bundle of sticks are held in a loose bunch and release on a table top, falling in random dis..

Gryllus

(8 years ago)
Designed by Martin Fürst | Country: Austria I created this fictitious packaging in my  free time. The project was to create a new brand of cigarettes. My plan was to make a alternative and high quality product. A Gryllus is a kind of grasshopper that lives in the tabacco fields of Japan where they eat the tabacco leaves and produce high quality [...]

Barcelona Loft by YLAB Arquitectos

(8 years ago)
Located in the traditional neighborhood of Poble Nou in Barcelona, Spain the interior of this loft in an old building certainly doesn’t feel like your typical loft. Designed by Spanish firm YLAB Arquitectos, the 100m2 apartment, which has a deep and narrow floorplan, required an interior renovation that would maximize light and ventilation. The young [...]

House in Inokashira / Studio NOA

(8 years ago)
Architects: Studio NOA Architect & Associates Location: Tokyo, Japan Project Year: 2011 Project Area: 86 sqm Photographs: Courtesy of Studio NOAThe project is situated on a very narrow plot, and bound by a small street and bamboo tree…

Robot Cleaner by Jeongmi Lee

(8 years ago)
Seoul designer Jeongmi Lee has designed a conceptual robot that steals your duvet in the morning and poos all over the floor.  (more…)

Le Quartier Concordia – John Molson School of Business / KPMB Architects with Fichten Soiferman et Associés Architectes

(8 years ago)
The John Molson School of Business (JMSB) was designed to accommodate faculty, administrators, and undergraduate and graduate students under one roof to foster a community of scholars and the exchange of ideas. It is also the outcome of a…

Très Bien shop by Arrhov Frick

(8 years ago)
Mirrored walls conceal a photography studio at the centre of this clothes store in Malmö, Sweden, by architects Arrhov Frick. (more…)

Shanghai’s Pudong District on the Rise

(8 years ago)
With nearly 23 million people, Shanghai is China’s biggest and most populous city. It is the financial and commercial capital of the country and a leading cultural center in Asia. Throughout the 1990′s and 2000′s the city underwent immense…

Nuo Lights by Kenyon Yeh

(8 years ago)
Kenyon Yeh‘s latest designs are a series of lamps called Nuo. Yeh traveled to Indonesia to work with local traditional craftsman and learn rattan weaving techniques. The Nuo lamps are made from rattan strips from banana trees. The nice tapered middle of the lights create a sleek silhouette perfect for use in modern interiors. Share [...]
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