Design archive for 2013-06-07

This week on Dezeen

(5 years ago)
Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto was in the spotlight this week, first for the opening of his Serpentine Gallery Pavilion and then for saying that unpaid internships in Japan are a "nice opportunity". Read on for more of the week's architecture and design news, plus Dezeen Music Project track of the week. (more...)

110% Play Harder Compression/Ice

(5 years ago)
WOW. On technological/product design advances in the work out/training space… 110% Play Harder is doing interesting things combining both compression wear and portable/modular ice therapy. Essentially creating compression leggings, shorts, socks, sleeves and more with special pockets to target just about every muscle paired with special ice packs (which are impressively thin and flexible once filled/frozen)… Beyond the design and materials used (70% Polypropylene/30% Spandex, Antimicrobial Silvertech Fabric, Superior moisture wicking, and 360° 4 way stretch) ~ the branding is fun and striking, the copy is playful, and using the thermal bag as packaging is just smart! Not to mention the details, like having a branded carbiner on the thermal bag, and giving it a nice easy ziploc like top to keep your ice packs cool inside and your stuff dry outside. Whether you’re a hardcore athlete, or simply need a better solution to icing your soreness… this is definitely something to look into. It seems that some people work out in the compression wear, others wear it later to recover, some combine it with icing post workout instead of an ice bath and manage to run errands/pick up the kids in them… and while using it during workouts (without ice!) you can use any of the many pockets to hold your phone/etc as well. So many options… and the packaging is pretty fun. Take a peek at all the details and unboxing of the Juggler Knickers on the next page.TO[..]

Throwing The First Stitch: Paul Cunningham

(5 years ago)
Modern Craft Project winner Paul Cunningham talks about his passion for making his traditional quality leather sporting goods.

Plans approved for new Munch Museum in Oslo

(5 years ago)
News: plans to move a museum housing the works of artist Edvard Munch to a new building in Oslo have been formally approved following five years of political dispute. (more...)

BBQ Gripping Bear Paws

(5 years ago)

Job of the week: salesperson at Rossana Orlandi

(5 years ago)
Our job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is a position for a salesperson at Rossana Orlandi's new temporary gallery in Porto Cervo, Sardinia, Italy. Orlandi helped to launch the careers of designers including Nacho Carbonell and Tomáš Gabzdil Libertiny with shows at her Milan venue Spazio Rossana Orlandi (pictured above) and curated the Bagatti Valsecchi 2.0 exhibition that was one of the highlights of Milan 2013. See more stories about Spazio Rossana Orlandi on Dezeen here.Visit the ad for full details or browse other architecture and design opportunities on Dezeen Jobs.

Lee Broom Helps Tell Ballantine’s 12 Story of Serve

(5 years ago)
A gorgeous contemporary crystal decanter designed by Lee Broom tells the Ballantine's 12 Story of Serve.

Kaari Table by Juhani Horelli

(5 years ago)
A modern bridge-inspired table is made using traditional wood bending techniques.

The Dieline Conference: Will You Be There?

(5 years ago)
The biggest package design event of the year starts in 2 weeks! Take a peek at some of this year's attending companies:   Arbonne • Avery Dennison • Behr • Benefit Cosmetics • Bushnell • Camelbak • Campbells • Capsule • Carters • Chiquita • Chobani • Coca Cola • Columbia • Costco • Disney • Electrolux • Funrise Toys • Gap • General Mills • Hasbro • Hatch SF • Hollister • Honeywell • Hornall Anderson • Jack Links • Jockey • Kiss USA • Klipsch • Leo Burnett • Lindt • Logitech • Mattel • Menasha • Merck • Microsoft • MOM Brands • National Geographic • Nestle • Nordstrom • Ocean Spray • Pearlfisher • Pepsico • Petco • PhilippeBecker • Product Ventures • Raison Pure USA • Sports Authority • Starbucks • Stila Cosmetics • Stonewall Kitchen • Target • TFE Wines • The Fresh Market • The Honest Company • Trader Joes • Ultra Creative • Under Armour •[..]

Before & After: Mall Of America

(5 years ago)
"For it’s 20th anniversary, the Mall of America recently unveiled their new identity in order to reflect their position as a curator of pop-culture. Taking up the challenge in creating the new face of Mall of America is Duffy & Partners, a branding and design agency based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. They were asked to create an identity that will reflect Mall of America’s iconic and bold American image. The new vibrant identity now conveys the spirit of American ingenuity, energy and excitement. Duffy & Partners redesigned the identity, environment, promotional merchandise, website, social media pages and interior branding."    

Black Country Culture

(5 years ago)
Photo, Mark Enstone A tale of two Black Country towns, separated by the country’s largest (and often most excruciating) motorway, the M6. We’re on our way back north from Littlehampton, the latest leg of our… Continue Reading »The post Black Country Culture appeared first on We Heart; Lifestyle & Design Magazine.
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