Design archive for 2012-09-10

Tube Map Radio by Yuri Suzuki

(7 years ago)
Japanese designer Yuri Suzuki has made a radio from an electronic circuit board that’s arranged to look like the London tube map. (more…)

Modern Dwell Numbers Giveaway

(7 years ago)
The following post is brought to you by Modern Dwell Numbers. Our partners are hand-picked by the Design Milk team because they represent the best in design. Modern Dwell Numbers turns an address into a work of art with sleek and sophisticated fonts and bold, alluring colors. Honed from recycled architectural grade aluminum and coated [...]

Alemanys 5, Girona

(7 years ago)
Listening to architect Anna Noguera talk about the previous changes made to her latest project in Girona, Spain, you get the distinct impression that she wasn’t very pleased with what has happened to Alemanys 5… Continue Reading »

Pop-up stars: temporary contemporary architecture

(7 years ago)
From huge temporary stadia to tiny transitory event spaces, pop-up architecture fulfils many roles and comes in many guises. In some cases the very latest technologies are used to engineer complex structures, while in others a readymade approach using scavenged materials is more appropriate. Architonic examines some key pop-up projects that are designed to make [...]

Lycée Georges Frêche by Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas

(7 years ago)
Italian architects Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas have completed a school for hotel management in Montepellier, France, clad in anodized aluminum triangles and punctured by 5000 unique triangular windows. (more…)

Inspiration: Venice Architecture Biennale

(7 years ago)
There was SO much to see at the Venice Biennale ~ as usual, so much running around and so many details to take in… so beyond the features we’ve shared with you thus far (wire bending robots, Israeli Aircraft Carrier Shop, architectural model projection mapping, Russian QR code madness, amazing, colorful model in the Hong Kong space, Kipnis’ Field Of Dreams, the recycled wine bottle roof, and the incredible hydroponic floating plant system!) there have been tons of pictures left… so on the next page you can see a burst of the random inspiration encountered while exploring it all!TO PAGE 2 of "Inspiration: Venice Architecture Biennale"! -----> (Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

Loof, Singapore

(7 years ago)
When the city life of Singapore gets you down, the only way is up – up to the new and improved rooftop bar Loof. Designers Takenouchi Webb were brought in to revamp the popular drinking… Continue Reading »

Bow Desk

(7 years ago)
Massives Walnuss Holz dominiert das Aussehen dieses kompakten Schreibtisches auf angenehme Weise. Für einen möglichst einfachen Transport lässt sich Bow Desk komplett zerlegen und flach verpacken. Nachdem die Holzteile zusammengesteckt sind, sorgen lediglich zwei schmale Metallstangen für die nötige Spannung, um den Tisch zu stabilisieren. Auf der Platte werden verschiedene Grafiken, Texte oder Muster aufgedruckt, [...]

Mammut Store + toys!

(7 years ago)
MAMMUT!!! I can’t believe this swiss outdoor gear brand is already 150 years old! It’s adorable mammoth logo in black, red, and white has always pulled me in. I won’t deny that it played a big role in one of my pack purchases… that and their amazing detailing and quality! So when i wandered through the main square in Linz late that first night the Mammut store instantly caught my attention. Excitedly today, we finally had time to go in, and not only was it great to see all the products online in person, there was MORE ~ their adorable mammoth logo was in various plush sizes, on a mug, and even available as indoor rock climbing holds! Being another impulse post while running around the city, all the pics are from my HTC One S… take a peek at the fun mammoth details on the next page!TO PAGE 2 of "Mammut Store + toys!"! -----> (Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

Occupy George at Ars Electronica CyberArts12

(7 years ago)
OccupyGeorge - “Money talks, but not loud enough for the 99%. By circulating dollar bills stamped with fact-based infographics, Occupy George informs the public of America’s daunting economic disparity one bill at a time. Because money knowledge is power.” Occupy George by Ivan Cash and Andy Dao got a lot of press when they created stamped dollar bills to circulate during the Occupy movements ~ they also received an Honorary Mention in Interactive Arts at Prix Ars Electronica 2012 and are on display at the OK CyberArts12 exhibition! This means they have huge prints of the stamped bills lining a hall way and a frame with 1$ bills stamped, along with a stamping station where you can stamp your own bills! So naturally shawn and i stamped through the US cash he had for fun… stamped some infographics on my arm… and Golan Levin happen to have a crisp 2$ bill in his wallet that ended up being perfect for the wealth stats stamp! Take a peek at the fun on the next page!TO PAGE 2 of "Occupy George at Ars Electronica CyberArts12"! -----> (Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

Inspiration: Linz Part 2

(7 years ago)
More fun crazy inspiration i’ve run into in Linz that has been captured on my cell phone (all of these, once again, are on the HTC One S which i finally got unlocked, so some pics popping up on instagram/twitter while i’m here now!) The first batch of craziness can be seen here. This time we have everything from subtle MUSTACHE building! To a peek at the behind the scenes set up of the F.U.C.K. Project… fun signage and typography… toy store adventures… the super bright colors of Ar Electronica at night… stamping my arm with infographics… the solar sintering contraption in real life… and more! See it all on the next page!TO PAGE 2 of "Inspiration: Linz Part 2"! -----> (Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)


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