Design archive for 2014-07-25

Binary code patterns exterior of Sydney engineering faculty by Denton Corker Marshall

(4 years ago)
Thousands of tiny ones and zeros pierce the aluminium skin of Denton Corker Marshall's new engineering faculty for the University of Technology in Sydney, spelling out the name of the building in binary code (+ slideshow). (more...)

This week on Dezeen

(4 years ago)
A collection of architectural gems in the sleepy seaside town of Littlehampton, fleshy furniture and a travelling abattoir made the headlines this week. Read on for more architecture and design highlights, plus our Dezeen Music Project track of the week. (more...)

The "first man-made biological leaf" could enable humans to colonise space

(4 years ago)
Dezeen and MINI Frontiers: RCA graduate Julian Melchiorri says the synthetic biological leaf he developed, which absorbs water and carbon dioxide to produce oxygen just like a plant, could enable long-distance space travel. (more...)

Torch Lamp by Dan Yeffet

(4 years ago)
A thin tabletop lamp with a marble base feels substantial yet lightweight with its oversized glass shade.

Atopia "not going to answer" questions over Olympic images

(4 years ago)
News: the design firm that claimed Thomas Heatherwick's Olympic cauldron bore "a striking resemblance" to its own work and this week received a financial settlement may never have shown images of its concept to London's Olympic organisers, it has emerged. (more...)

Job of the week: architects at Grimshaw

(4 years ago)
This week's job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is a position for architects at London studio Grimshaw, whose ecological park in South Korea is pictured. Visit the ad for full details or browse other architecture and design opportunities on Dezeen Jobs.

"In some ways it's like a contagious disease"

(4 years ago)
Sleepy Littlehampton now boasts more headline-grabbing design than many cities, with projects by Thomas Heatherwick, Asif Khan and others. Dezeen tracked down the woman who spread architecture through the town "like a contagious disease" (+ slideshow + interview). (more...)

Friday Five with Nico Marques

(4 years ago)
Architect and photographer Nico Marques share his loves of places and spaces in this Friday Five.

Autoban designs Heydar Aliyev International Airport terminal in Baku

(4 years ago)
Turkish architecture studio Autoban has designed giant wooden "cocoons" for the interior of the new international terminal at Baku airport in Azerbaijan (+ slideshow). (more...)

KHM26 house by Jos Blom & Tim Piët was transported to site on the back of a boat

(4 years ago)
The two largest available cranes in the Netherlands were used to hoist up this house by Dutch architects Tim Piët and Jos Blom so it could be transported by boat to a hard-to-reach waterside site (+ slideshow). (more...)

Dental Angels dental clinic by YLAB Arquitectos (ES)

(4 years ago)
YLAB Arquitectos have created the interior design, and brand image, for a dental office called Dental Angels in Barcelona’s central Ensanche neighbourhood.     “The owner, a young doctor, wanted to create a modern and functional clinic that reflects the charm and pleasantness suggested by its name: Dental Angels.” says YLAB.   The project’s aim […]

Fred Perry store, Bangkok by BuckleyGrayYeoman (UK)

(4 years ago)
BuckleyGrayYeoman’s Fred Perry flagship store in Bangkok brings a distinctively British sense of style, refinement and wit to Thailand.     Fred Perry Bangkok extends the design language BuckleyGrayYeoman has rolled out at stores in London, Cardiff and Munich. “The store has been designed with a calm, open approach to layout and a restrained material […]

Explosion Cabinet by Sebastian Errazuriz expands using sliding joints

(4 years ago)
New York artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz has created a sculptural wooden cabinet that slides apart to look like it has exploded (+ slideshow). (more...)


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