Design archive for 2011-09-12

Theo Jansen Exhibition: The Beach Animal That Eats Wind / Theo Jansen with Earthscape

(8 years ago)
[ July 9, 2011 to September 30, 2011. July 9, 2011 to September 30, 2011. ] Designers: Theo Jansen with EarthscapeLocation: Oita Art Museum / 865 Ueno Oita city Oita, JapanPhotographs: Earthscape/Yusuke Komatsu, Shin Suzuki Japanese landscaper Eiki Danzuka collaborated with Dutch artist Theo Jansen. Earthscape (Director, Eiki Danzuka) was responsible for total…

Transpo’s Emil ‘Lucky’ Reznik Administration, Maintenance & Operations Facility / RNL Design

(8 years ago)
Architects: RNL DesignAssociate Architects: Forum Architects, Maintenance Design GroupLocation: South Bend, Indiana, USAClient: South Bend Public Transportation Corporation (TRANSPO)Project Year: 2010Project Area: 164,200 sqfPhotographs: James Steinkamp, Ken Paul RNL, in association with Forum Architects, and…

Gavroche Centre for Children / SOA Architectes

(8 years ago)
Architect: SOA ArchitectesLocation: 50 rue Arago, Zac Victor Hugo, Saint-Ouen, FranceProject Managment: SOA, Starck (feasibility consultants and economists), GA (acousticians)Client: City of Saint-OuenProject Year: 2011Photographs: ClĂŠment Guillaume The Gavroche centre for children is a…

Welcome Wacom’s new Inkling Digital Pen

(8 years ago)
Wacom’s new Inkling Digital Pen is bridging the gap between sketching by hand and drawing on the computer.  The technology allows you to sketch anywhere on paper with a pressure sensitive pens, that can pick up 1024 levels of…

Win a Richard Meier Designed Ana Watch

(8 years ago)
Italian architect Ernesto Rogers once famously stated that he wanted to design everything from “a spoon to a city”.  Pritzker Prize winning architect Richard Meier has done nearly that with his newly designed wristwatch, which becomes part of the…

Pitfire Pizza / Bestor Architecture

(8 years ago)
Architects: Bestor ArchitectureProject Location: Culver City, California, USAProject Team: Barbara Bestor (Principal), Cathy Johnson (Project Architect), John Colter (Senior Designer)Landscape Architect: Urban Organics Landscape Design, Nicholas TanStructural: Gordon Polon EngineeringContractor: Colin ThompsonProject Year:…

V12K0102 / Pasel.Kuenzel Architects

(8 years ago)
Architects: Pasel.Kuenzel ArchitectsLocation: Leiden, The NetherlandsProject Team: R. Pasel, F. KĂźnzel, F. Sack, H. Vollmuller, L. Pasel PrivateProject Year: 2011Project Area: 240 sqmPhotographs: Marcel van der Burg On the site of a former slaughterhouse…

An Architect’s Dress Code

(8 years ago)
An Architect’s Dress code (Revised 9-12-11)Employees contribute to the culture and reputation of the SVEHN JØSSANG ATELJE in the way they present themselves. An Architectural appearance is essential to a favorable impression with clients, and company shareholders (ie. Svehn). Good…

MAXXI: Joshua Prince Ramus (REX architects) Event

(8 years ago)
[ September 16, 2011; 0:00; ] Architect Joshua Prince Ramus (REX architects), just awarded as one of the five greatest architects under 50 in the world, will hold a main lecture at the MAXXI at 6:00pm on September 16th during the event Y1 – Independent…

PRD 845 / Studio Ma

(8 years ago)
Architect: Studio Ma, Inc.Design Team: Christina Moss, Dan Hoffman, Christopher Alt, Robert Des Rosiers, Jonah Busick, Brad PfahlerLocation: Phoenix, ArizonaProject Year: 2008Project Area: 24,000SqFtProject Cost: $3.5MContractor: UrbanEdge BuildersClient: Greenroof Development Company LLC…

Gavroche Centre for Children / SOA Architectes

(8 years ago)
Architect: SOA ArchitectesLocation: 50 rue Arago, Zac Victor Hugo, Saint-Ouen, FranceProject Managment: SOA, Starck (feasibility consultants and economists), GA (acousticians)Client: City of Saint-OuenProject Year: 2011Photographs: Clément Guillaume The Gavroche centre for children is a…

Welcome Wacom’s new Inkling Digital Pen

(8 years ago)
Wacom’s new Inkling Digital Pen is bridging the gap between sketching by hand and drawing on the computer.  The technology allows you to sketch anywhere on paper with a pressure sensitive pens, that can pick up 1024 levels of…

Win a Richard Meier Designed Ana Watch

(8 years ago)
Italian architect Ernesto Rogers once famously stated that he wanted to design everything from “a spoon to a city”.  Pritzker Prize winning architect Richard Meier has done nearly that with his newly designed wristwatch, which becomes part of the…

Pitfire Pizza / Bestor Architecture

(8 years ago)
Architects: Bestor ArchitectureProject Location: Culver City, California, USAProject Team: Barbara Bestor (Principal), Cathy Johnson (Project Architect), John Colter (Senior Designer)Landscape Architect: Urban Organics Landscape Design, Nicholas TanStructural: Gordon Polon EngineeringContractor: Colin ThompsonProject Year:…

Schiesser

(8 years ago)
Designed by Hatch Berlin | Country: Germany “In collaboration with Claudia Hammerschmidt Hatch Berlin took care of the new package design of the prestigious german heritage brand schiesser and worked on their new corporate design, including the creation of the 95|5 brand logo.”

The Puma House

(8 years ago)
In sports world, ‘doing stairs,’ is generally a treacherous endeavor that leaves one with burning calf muscles and an overabundance of lactic acid (Cough, cough… wheeze). The Puma House, in Tokyo, is looking at stairs from a whole new angle. Located in the city’s Aoyama design district, the Puma House encompasses the brand’s press room [...]

Once upon a time... by Ontwerpduo

(8 years ago)
Designers Nathan Wierink and Tineke Beunders have oufitted a room in a 16th century mansion with works based on fairy tales.

Student Spotlight: 337 Wine

(8 years ago)
Caroline Saridewi, a student from Academy of Art University, San Francisco created this wonderful design for 337. "With the female market in mind, Le Provocateur line of 337 wines is inspired by the sexy fashion world of Paris that visually captures the seductive and mouth watering taste of the wine. It is a risqué yet elegant approach to the wine invoking the feeling of being, or even dancing, at a sultry cabaret in the early 1900’s."

Walk the Walk by David Taylor

(8 years ago)
I’m excited to see new work from David Taylor. He’s created some new pieces from concrete and silver for Walk The Walk exhibition at Konsthantverkarna in Stockholm. Taylor’s signature style is broadened in this new collection of objects that merges the rough with the elegant and timeless. The candle holders are absolutely exquisite. Share This: [...]

Scenario by MCZ

(8 years ago)
Dezeen promotion: Scenario by Italian brand MCZ is a combined TV and fireplace.  (more…)

BFI Master Film Store by Edward Cullinan

(8 years ago)
London studio Edward Cullinan Architects have completed a concrete and steel bunker to store the British Film Institute‘s entire film collection. (more…)

Olinda Tea House by Smith + Tracey Architects

(8 years ago)
The Olinda Tea House by Smith + Tracey Architects in Olinda, Australia, was created for the owners of a 17-acre wholesale flower and foliage farm. They desired to create a tea house to fulfill a retirement dream. Previously on the site, they had a small tea room and nursery but wished for something more dramatic. [...]

Cool Chile

(8 years ago)
Designed by Bless | Country: United Kingdom “Bless has just completed the new branding for London based Cool Chile Co. one of the first companies to supply Mexican dried chillies and fresh corn tortillas to the UK. Cool Chile wanted to continue using a snake as their brand icon as they had been using a [...]

Finding Efficiency

(8 years ago)
 The 'new normal' means forever proving valueRecently, I've read several news items signalling tough times ahead for packaging design agencies. Regardless of whether the world enters a double-dip recession, the rising cost of raw materials is now seriously impacting bottom lines. This means that to keep their shareholders happy, our clients will need to pass those losses off to someone else. In some cases, consumers will take the hit (as with Nestlé and Purac). In other cases, it will be suppliers who will feel the pressure. And in many cases, it it will certainly be both.

Smarty

(8 years ago)
Between a stool and a stepladder, Smarty is a two-step which can be used in all our small needs of the everyday life: sitting, climbing, expose, setti..

The Orime Mouse

(8 years ago)
Japanese design firm Nendo has recently released their Orime Computer Mouse for Elecom. The wireless laser mouse is built entirely from flat surfaces, rather than the traditional curves. Formed as though by folding a piece of paper, the orime (which means fold), mouse fits comfortably into the hand, but also looks like low-resolution CG data [...]

Alcoholidays

(8 years ago)
Inspired by Boardwalk Empire, The prohibition and the city of Hammonton it self, 1 Trick Pony sent created a Booze package, wrapped in a 6 page "newspaper" that they have created. More after the jump! 

Kindergarten V Guntramsdorf by g.o.y.a. (AT)

(8 years ago)
The Vienna-based practice g.o.y.a. – Group of young architects – has recently completed this 730-square-meters kindergarten located in the Austrian town of Guntramsdorf. Harmoniously situated amidst a vividly green copse of chestnut trees, the ’building is organised as a series of structures, each connected visually with the trees.’  ‘To meet the various needs of the children, both classrooms and activity [...]

Sladkii Leo (Sweet Lion)

(8 years ago)
Development of labels for the line of soft beverages by La Fedja, check them out below!

Stitch and Wooly by Susanne Westphal

(8 years ago)
These Stitch and Wooly chairs by Susanne Westphal are her final graduate project from the University of Art and Design Burg Gibiechenstein. She asked the question “Why do we have less time then ever before, although we invented time saving things?” The unfinished chairs are a reminder that we need to take time with things [...]
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