Design archive for 2014-05-22

PUMA Tricks

(4 years ago)
Designed by Neighbour | Country: United Kingdom “To announce the release of the Tricks collection we designed a limited edition presentation box that was sent out to writers, bloggers and PUMA footballers. The box is made from 4 odd-coloured compartments which house each of the boots in the collection. Concealed magnets hold the sections together [...]

Heckler Design

(4 years ago)
Designed by RMA | Country: United States “We were tasked with updating existing direct to consumer packing for Heckler Design.Maintaining the brand ideals of using honest, simple and functional materials was of utmost concern. The design was created to be flexible enough to adapt the many variations of products, both color and supported device. We [...]

Espasso launches Oscar Niemeyer and Jorge Zalszupin furniture re-editions

(4 years ago)
New York 2014: New York design gallery and shop Espasso is launching a collection of re-issued furniture by late Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer and Polish-Brazilian architect Jorge Zalszupin (+ slideshow). (more...)

The Bible of Barbecue

(4 years ago)
Designed by JWT Brazil | Country: Brazil Some might argue that this doesn’t classify as packaging, others will say it does. Either way, this is amazing. “Barbecue is a major passion in Brazil. And Tramontina is the leader in kitchen supplies, with a complete line of barbecue accessories. Now, in order to increase customer loyalty, [...]

Fresh From The Dairy: Triangles

(4 years ago)
We've got triangles on the brain this week. Colorful ones, specifically! Check out our top picks this week from Society6.

Joris Laarman Lab explores 3D-printed metal and open-source chair designs in New York exhibition

(4 years ago)
An exhibition by Dutch designer Joris Laarman includes a blueprint for a chair that can be altered and produced by anyone with a 3D printer,  as well as some of the first 3D-printed metal furniture (+ slideshow). (more...)

Dezeen Mail #203

(4 years ago)
A house with a cantilevered infinity pool by Japanese Pritzker Prize-winner Tadao Ando and bus stops designed by architects Sou Fujimoto, Smiljan Radic and Wang Shu feature in this week's newsletter, plus the latest news, jobs, competitions and reader comments from Dezeen.Read Dezeen Mail issue 203 | Subscribe to Dezeen Mail

"Design, fashion and architecture hold something mysterious in the objects they produce"

(4 years ago)
Opinion: one of Soviet-era Riga's most notorious buildings is now home to an exemplary exhibition that shows how design can be used to tell profound stories about complex political and social histories, says Kieran Long.  (more...)

The LIX Is a 3D Printer That Fits In Your Pocket

(4 years ago)
A pocket-sized USB powered 3D printer pen allows users to draw in the air in three-dimensions using plastic filaments.

"All the design companies together make 10% of what Ikea makes," says Vitra's Rolf Fehlbaum

(4 years ago)
Clerkenwell Design Week: design brands need to remain small to succeed and need "a romantic person" at the helm, according to Vitra owner and board director Rolf Fehlbaum (+ interview). (more...)

HASH by Minimalux

(4 years ago)
A free-standing, solid metal bookshelf with a sculptural presence and a a sensible purpose.

NODO Chair: A Metaphor for the Lightness of Being

(4 years ago)
A chair that acts as a metaphor for the lightness/heaviness paradox in the lightness of being.

Faye Toogood turns Hostem boutique into "bohemian" artist atelier

(4 years ago)
A pine sculptor's table, industrial workmen's coats and a lone figure suspended from the ceiling have been installed at London boutique Hostem by designer Faye Toogood (+ slideshow). (more...)

Gun Architects unveils Rainforest pavilion at London's Architectural Association

(4 years ago)
Tree-like structures designed to recreate the humidity of a rainforest have been installed by German-Chilean office Gun Architects outside the Architectural Association (AA) in London's Bedford Square (+ slideshow). (more...)

Naturehumaine's steel-clad Sorel House designed to stand out from its neighbours

(4 years ago)
Skylights puncture the gabled roof of this suburban house in Montreal by Canadian studio Naturehumaine, while a sheltered terrace overlooks a wooded garden (+ slideshow). (more...)

Win a copy of ‘Simon Vélez Architect. Mastering Bamboo’ from Actes Sud publishers

(4 years ago)
Thanks to our friends at Actes Sud publishers, we’re giving away four free copies of  ‘Simon Vélez Architect. Mastering Bamboo’, a strikingly illustrated monograph on the work of the free-thinking and highly respected Colombian architect, with photography by renowned architectural photographer Deidi von Schaewen.     Outspoken in his opposition to the destruction of Bogata’s […]

So Transparent: London’s iconic Crystal Palace reloaded – Part II

(4 years ago)
Materials experts MATERIALS COUNCIL continue their investigation of the material-innovation and building-technology possibilities offered by the planned rebirth of London’s legendary Crystal Palace.   read this article in full on Architonic

Visitors scratch walls and furniture to create coloured etchings in Itay Ohaly installation

(4 years ago)
Brightly-coloured etchings appear when visitors scratch the surface of walls and furniture in this installation by Israeli designer Itay Ohaly at Israel's Design Museum Holon (+ slideshow). (more...)


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