Design archive for 2012-10-12

Neo Derm Medical Aesthetic Center, Hong Kong

(7 years ago)
September 5th, 2012 – The look of the new Neo Derm Medical Aesthetic Center designed by Beige Design was inspired by youth, energy, sustainability, and continuity. The center sits in a bustling neighborhood in Hong Kong, where it’s 1,500 square feet is designed to attract young customers for skin care and cosmetic treatments. Check out [...]

Leather Bicycle Seat Bag, Oregon

(7 years ago)
October 4th, 2012 – It is easy for Geoffrey Franklin, designer and owner of Walnut Studio, to create authentic and carefully crafted leather bicycle accessories. It has to be! Because every few months he whips out a completely new product that looks and functions at high quality levels. Most recently, a stylish hand-tooled leather box-shaped [...]

Gue(ho)st House, France

(7 years ago)
October 2nd, 2012 – On the North-Eastern edge of France, in the off the beaten path village of Delme, is an old prison and funeral home that has been transformed into an art gallery with a ghost like facade. The unique architectural addition is the work of artist Christophe Berdaguer and Marie Péjus, who coated [...]

QT Hotel, Sydney

(7 years ago)
October 1st, 2012 - Chatter has been traveling around about the dramatic design Nic Graham has dreamed up at Sydney’s new QT Hotel, as their  doors opened last week, we are getting a glimpse at what the fuss is all about. Located in the Central Business District – an area brimming with culture, art, fashion, cuisine [...]

iPad Gramophone

(7 years ago)
October 12, 2012 – In the late 1800s, Thomas Edison introduced the phonograph, and just like that, life had a soundtrack. The Gramophone borrowed the iconic speaker horn from those early machines to amplify sound with the power of pure physics, creating the perfect contraption for your modern day devices to fit in with your [...]

This week on Dezeen

(7 years ago)
This week the UK’s architecture watchdog was forced to apologise for saying that Renzo Piano and Daniel Libeskind are “not entitled to be described” as architects, while designer Andy Martin angered a number of Dezeen readers by unveiling a concept bike that many thought “goes against structural logic” (above). (more…)

Watching The Ships Roll In by Marie Dessuant for Singularité

(7 years ago)
Part of Singularité's new releases, Watching The Ships Roll In is a beautiful sofa/bench designed by Marie Dessuant made of beech wood and removable cushions.

House with Pre-Cast Concrete Panels by Auerbach Halevy Architects

(7 years ago)
Israeli firm Auerbach Halevy Architects designed this unusual concrete house in a rural section of central Israel. The massive concrete monolith appears cold at first sight but then you notice the wood lattice that is inlaid in the facade. You also don't notice any windows on the front and sides, making your wonder if it's really a residence at all.

Scary Beautiful by Leanie van der Vyver

(7 years ago)
These back-to-front shoes by designer Leanie van der Vyver force the wearer to walk in an unnatural way (+ movie). (more…)

London Design Festival 2012: Brompton Design District

(7 years ago)
Brompton Design District boasts a thriving community of independent creative businesses who come together for events like London Design Festival and offer some of the grass roots events that the festival wouldn't be complete without.
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