Design archive for 2013-09-17

The History of Art

(6 years ago)
The influences of contemporary creativity can usually be traced back a few steps – artists and designers often cite their inspiration or sometimes even make direct reference to it in their work. The Institute of… Continue Reading »The post The History of Art appeared first on We Heart; Lifestyle & Design Magazine.

Creative Direction on Coca-Cola

(6 years ago)
When it comes to branding, Coca-Cola is an absolute phenomenon.Blue Marlin New York's Anna Milivojevich takes you on a journey on Coca-Cola's...Click to read more... »          

"Shoreditch has come to symbolise the new creative economy of London"

(6 years ago)
Dezeen and MINI World Tour: the next stop on our Dezeen and MINI World Tour is our home town of London. In our first report, Dezeen editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs takes a trip through the east of the city and explains why the area has become such a hotbed for design and technology. (more...)

Magnetic Fields by Studio Tord Boontje

(6 years ago)
London Design Festival 2013: experimental surfaces covered in patterns created by magnetism are on show at Dutch designer Tord Boontje's studio this week (+ slideshow). (more...)

Hacienda Guzmán Extra Virgin Olive Oil

(6 years ago)
Olive oil has never looked so good! The black, white and gold on this packaging looks so sophisticated and the illustration on the bottle really...Click to read more... »          

TRESemmé Oil Elixir

(6 years ago)
JDO Brand Design & Innovation has been working with Unilever to expand the TRESemmé hair care portfolio to include a new range of premium...Click to read more... »          

David Chipperfield awarded Praemium Imperiale

(6 years ago)
News: British architect David Chipperfield has been named as the architecture laureate for the 2013 Praemium Imperiale arts prize, awarded annually by the Japan Art Association. (more...)

Wrong for Hay collection

(6 years ago)
London Design Festival 2013: British designer Sebastian Wrong has collaborated with Danish design brand Hay to create a furniture collection, presented at a Georgian townhouse in London this week. (more...)

Highlights from Top Drawer

(6 years ago)
Here’s the latest from NOTCOT’s London-based editor and resident zoologist, Justine Aw.This morning, I made my way to Top Drawer at London Olympia. The show features a wide range of suppliers and was filled with fun products and design inspiration. Here are a few of our highlights featuring designers from Britain as well as around the world, including Australia, Sweden and more! Can’t wait to see more of these products in store soon! Check it all out on the next page.TO PAGE 2 of "Highlights from Top Drawer"! -----> (Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

Flight of Fancy

(6 years ago)
Iles aux Oiseaux Suite, by Maxime Simoëns Well, looks like the Great British Summer is in its final throes, the gloom is setting in. Yes, the weather, how boringly British to mention it, but it… Continue Reading »The post Flight of Fancy appeared first on We Heart; Lifestyle & Design Magazine.

Hang Time

(6 years ago)
Photo, Shen Zhonghai It’s that time of year again when shoe maestro Camper opens a new outlet and we drop everything and come running to see what kind of magic has been created this time… Continue Reading »The post Hang Time appeared first on We Heart; Lifestyle & Design Magazine.

The White Retreat by Colombo and Serboli Architecture

(6 years ago)
This seaside studio apartment in Barcelona by Spanish studio Colombo and Serboli Architecture has an all-white interior that includes a tiled kitchen and bathroom that can be hidden away (+ slideshow). (more...)

Wind Portal by Najla El Zein at the V&A

(6 years ago)
London Design Festival 2013: Lebanese designer Najla El Zein has installed 5000 spinning paper windmills in a doorway at the V&A museum in London. (more...)

The Printed Environment: 3D printing goes architectural

(6 years ago)
3D-printed architecture might seem like the stuff of the future, but a number of architects are experimenting to try to turn tomorrow’s fantasy builds into today’s innovative projects. Architonic investigates. (by Alyn Griffiths)   read this article in full on Architonic

Atrium Champagne Bar by Foster + Partners (UK)

(6 years ago)
Foster + Partners’ design for the Atrium Champagne Bar at London’s ME Hotel has won the top award for bar design at the 2013 Restaurant & Bar Design Awards.     “Arriving guests pass through the ground floor lounge, and ascend to a dedicated hotel lobby and champagne bar on the first floor, housed within […]
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