Design archive for 2013-12-07

Traditional floor tiles arranged in stripes in a Barcelona apartment by Bach Arquitectes

(4 years ago)
Decorative tiles salvaged from different apartments are rearranged in stripes across the floor of this Barcelona residence by Spanish studio Bach Arquitectes (+ slideshow). (more...)

Herzog & de Meuron is "deconstructing stupid architecture" in Miami

(4 years ago)
Dezeen and MINI World Tour: in our first movie from Miami, Jacques Herzog of Herzog & de Meuron claims the Swiss architecture studio is trying to create a "new vernacular for Miami" that eschews sealed, air-conditioned buildings in favour of more "transparent or permeable" structures. (more...)

High-tech lighting installation by Simon Heijdens creates "3D drawings in water"

(4 years ago)
Design Miami 2013: designer Simon Heijdens has created a series of hand-blown glass vessels that turn data from wind movement into projected patterns of light (+ slideshow + interview). (more...)

Dezeen's A-Zdvent calendar: Frank Gehry

(4 years ago)
G is for Frank Gehry in our seventh A-Zdvent calendar window. The American architect's Guggenheim Museum in the Spanish city of Bilbao (pictured) famously sparked a trend for cities commissioning iconic buildings as catalysts for regeneration, while other high-profile projects include his Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles and the upcoming new headquarters for Facebook. See more architecture by Frank Gehry »

Schaf Skin Care

(4 years ago)
Designed by TAXI | Country: Canada “A minimalist approach to a newly launched organic skin care line for men. Inspired by the natural ingredients, TAXI designed the logo and packaging with the idea of “less is more” at the forefront of their mind.”

Komorebi Umbrella

(4 years ago)
Une idée simple et poétique des designers Fumito Kogure et Shinya Kaneko pour la « Komorebi Umbrella« , un joli parapluie transparent qui a la particularité d’être imprimé de motifs de feuillages pour créer sur son porteur des ombres similaire à celle qu’il y a sous les arbres.Plus de détails en images …

The Rado Redux House

(4 years ago)
Construite à Armonk aux Etats-Unis dans les années 1956-57 par l’architecte Tchèque Ladislav Rado, découverte de ce superbe travail de rénovation de la « Rado Redux House » réalisé par le studio Peter Gluck and Partners Architects dans l’esprit du courant post-moderne des années 80.Plus de détails en images dans la galerie…


TC:0.0159