Design archive for 2012-05-24

3 Way House by Naf Architect & Design

(7 years ago)
This Tokyo house by Japanese studio Naf Architect & Design has a climbing wall and ladders, in case the owners get bored of using the stairs. (more…)

Sultanas Tables by Jorge Diego Etienne

(7 years ago)
Issues d’un processus de fabrication des plus simple inspiré des coffrages utilisés sur les chantiers de construction, un petit clin d’oeil pour les excellentes « Sultanas Tables », de jolies tables et tables basses dotée d’un pied littéralement coulé en béton. Imaginées

Skim Milk: Traverso Table by Francesco Faccin

(7 years ago)
Traverso Table, designed by Francesco Faccin for Valsecchi1918, is divided into two separate parts which can be manufactured in either glass or wood. Upon dismantling, the Traverso Table takes up virtually no space. The designer describes the center beam as the key element to the table’s structural and aesthetic integrity. The exaggeration of the beam [...]

Satiro

(7 years ago)

Tuba

(7 years ago)
Tuba ist vielleicht nicht die perfekte Wahl, wenn man schwere Taschen und Mäntel aufhängen will, die bunten Glasschalen halten aber problemlos leichtere Dinge aus. Selbst, wenn man mal nichts daran aufhängt oder in den Innenräumen verstaut, sieht Tuba gut aus. Link: Tuba Fotos: Kaja Bruskeland

Full of Love

(7 years ago)
Boris Hoppek + ATOPOS CVC, FULL OF LOVE, 2012 Provocative and confrontational, Barcelona-based German street artist – turned conceptual agitator – Boris Hoppek, refuses to be drawn on his questionable content. From allegations of sexism… Continue Reading »

Sticks by Djuric Tardio Architectes

(7 years ago)
French architects Djuric Tardio have designed a wooden tipi that could be mass-produced to provide miniature nurseries in the parks of Paris. (more…)

Dutch Mountain by denieuwegeneratie (NL)

(7 years ago)
While ‘Dutch Mountain’ might sound like a rather evident oxymoron, similarly, the eclectic and decidedly curious interior of this single family residence doesn’t fall short to live up to its name. Developed earlier last year by a young Amsterdam-based practice denieuwegeneratie, the house has been designed with an aim to minimise its ecological footprint and thanks to a number of experimental sustainable [...]

Movie: Jane Ní Dhulchaointigh on inventing Sugru

(7 years ago)
In this movie filmed by Dezeen, Jane Ní Dhulchaointigh talks about inventing her fix-anything, air-curing rubber called Sugru and some of the imaginative ways people have put it to use. (more…)

Curious

(7 years ago)
Geschlossen glüht Curious wie ein geheimnisvoller Holzkasten, der etwas ganz Besonderes in sich birgt. Geöffnet ist Curious eine kompakte Tischleuchte mit moderner LED Technik. Daher kann die ungewöhnliche Lichtquelle problemlos offen und geschlossen verwendet werden. Link: Curious Fotos: Kaja Bruskeland

‘Corniches’ shelving system by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Vitra (CH)

(7 years ago)
Inspired by an idea of ‘impromptu storage area,’ France’s famous design duo Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have realised this versatile, customisable shelving system for the Swiss furniture manufacturer Vitra. Available in three different sizes and in either high-gloss black, white or Japanese red, ’Corniches’ ‘are neither regular shelves nor simple horizontal surfaces, but rather individual, isolated protrusions’ [...]

Clerkenwell Design Week: Order of St John's

(7 years ago)
The latest from London-based editor, Justine Aw. Today she caught up with the action at Clerkenwell Design Week 2012.Clerkenwell Design Week always amazes me with its beautiful and unusual venues throughout East London that provide beautiful backdrops for design. In addition to the stunning Farmiloe building and House of Detention. This year, CDW have added a third gorgeous and unexpected venue, the stunning Order of St. John. The order has been taken over by CDW to create two gorgeous gallery spaces, one light, airy and very bright space and a more mysterious, but equally stunning crypt! More photos of this gorgeous space and the beautiful furniture it showcases on the next page.TO PAGE 2 of "Clerkenwell Design Week: Order of St John’s"! -----> (Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

The Wrap

(7 years ago)
Wie einfach richtig gute Ideen oft sind, beweist Michiel Cornelissen mit “The Wrap”. Der Aufsatz wird auf die Rückseite des europäischen iPhone Ladegeräts gesteckt und ermöglicht so, dass man das Kabel direkt aufwickeln und fixieren kann. Weniger Kabelsalat mit noch weniger Aufwand. Link: The Wrap
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