Design archive for 2013-08-16

This week on Dezeen

(5 years ago)
This week we reported on high-rise oddities, as a Benidorm skyscraper was rumoured to be built without a working lift and a fake mountain villa was ordered to be removed from the top of a Beijing tower. More architecture and design news follows, plus our Dezeen Music Project track of the week. (more...)

Inspiration: 14 Hours in Indianapolis

(5 years ago)
Phew! Reminder to self, no more red eye in, fly home in the evening trips… We just did a day trip to Indianapolis, getting in at 5:30am and flying home at 7:30pm… which means we were back in LA in under 24 hours. While we were there for a very specific purpose (hanging out with Butler Blue III, the bulldog mascot of Butler University, and checking out his Blue Mobile - more to come on that soooooon!) we also got to run around and see a bit of Indy! From watching the sunrise, to a delicious breakfast at Patachou, my first drive-in experience (Mug ‘n Bun!), my first architectural salvage (wow!), finding “Don’t Be Afraid Of The Space Rays” signage in a random yard, discovering locally made goods at Homespun and more… check it all out on the next page! TO PAGE 2 of "Inspiration: 14 Hours in Indianapolis"! -----> (Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

Caja Oscura by Javier Corvalán

(5 years ago)
The roof of this house in Paraguay can be lifted open like the lid of a box (+ movie). (more...)

A Siberian Road Trip, Part Two

(5 years ago)
Spam! Spam! Spam! Spam! Lovely Spam! Wonderful Spam! The Python folk must surely have spent some time in Siberia prior to writing that infamous song, for the much maligned canned meat product dominates our mealtimes.… Continue Reading »The post A Siberian Road Trip, Part Two appeared first on We Heart; Lifestyle & Design Magazine.

2 or (3...) Questions for Guillaume Sasseville

(5 years ago)
MOCO LOCO is 10 years on the web this year, to mark the occasion this week we're talking to designers from where we began, our home town of Montreal. Guillaume Sasseville designs "rare objects", skillfully combining the traditional crafts of the artisan and industrial production.

The Angle Table

(5 years ago)
Longue de 3,60 mètres pour une épaisseur de seulement 12 mm, une mention spéciale pour cette magnifique table aux lignes d’une grande pureté créée par le designer espagnol Ferran Serra basé à Barcelone.Plus de détails en images dans la galerieDescription originaleTable in porcelanic material, with 12mm thin and…

The Mop House

(5 years ago)
Superbe réalisation du studio AGI Architects, focus sur la très belle « Mop House », une jolie villa contemporaine avec piscine offrant d’agréables formes toutes en rondeur construite à Al-Nuzha au Koweit.Plus de détails en images dans la galerieDescription originaleThe site can be accessed from either side of the …

Kaang Hanger

(5 years ago)
Imaginé par le designer thaïlandais Kittipoom Songsiri pour les petits espaces, un coup de coeur pour ce superbe valet de chambre en bois aux lignes sobres et minimalistes.Plus de détails en images dans la galerieDescription originaleDesigned for a use in small space where a required area is only …

Abstract Oil Paintings

(5 years ago)
Un style unique et presque dérangeant pour cette étonnante série de portraits abstraits sans visages réalisés à l’huile sur toile par l’artiste coréen KwangHo Shin.Plus de détails en images dans la galerieCredits & copyright KwangHo Shin…

Medusa Table Lamp

(5 years ago)
Inspirée de la forme d’une méduse, clin d’oeil pour la « Medusa Lamp », une jolie lampe de bureau en bois avec éclairage LED créée par le designer français Thomas Merlin.Plus de détails en images dans la galerieCredits & copyright Thomas Merlin…
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