Design archive for 2014-08-26

Tillich Architektur adds folded concrete facade to textile company headquarters

(3 years ago)
For the new premises of German textile-printing company Textilmacher, Munich firm Tillich Architektur has completed a building with a concrete facade reminiscent of creased fabric (+ slideshow). (more...)

Ingo Maurer Zettel’z 5 Chandelier, 5 Ways

(3 years ago)
We dissect the infamous Zettel'z 5 Chandelier and re-configure it in a variety of different ways—which is your favorite?

The Wish List: emerging designers produce objects for Hadid, Foster, Rogers and more

(3 years ago)
Geometric pencil sharpeners, a horse-shaped chaise longue and a ladder with a built-in seat are among the dream items created by young designers for clients including Paul Smith, Norman Foster, Zaha Hadid and Richard Rogers (+ slideshow). (more...)

A 1970′s Concrete Apartment Gets a Bold Renovation

(3 years ago)
A mostly neutral, industrial apartment in the mountains of Northeastern Mexico packs a bold and unexpected punch.

Interface launches Human Nature flooring tiles modelled on forest floors and garden paths

(3 years ago)
Dezeen promotion: international carpet tile manufacturer Interface has announced the release of Human Nature, a new flooring collection inspired by forest floors, grassy fields and pebbled garden paths. (more...)

Barbecana by Edward Mascarenhas turns the Barbican into a video game

(3 years ago)
A graduate from the Bartlett School of Architecture has turned the iconic Barbican Estate in London into the setting for a proposed augmented-reality video game (+ movie). (more...)

The Living Points Structure by Ewa Sliwinska

(3 years ago)
Fluid jewelry that's a departure from the traditional jewelry conventions of stability, fixedness, and uniformity.

Where I Work: byAMT

(3 years ago)
Alissia Melka-Teichroew, founder and creative director of design studio byAMT, takes us on a visual tour of her NYC offices.

Yuko Nagayama's cafe and sweet shop wraps around a tree

(3 years ago)
This cafe and sweet shop in Okamoto, Japan, was designed by architect Yuko Nagayama to look like two separate buildings with a small courtyard and tree sandwiched in the middle. (more...)

Critic apologises for Zaha Hadid "error" in book review

(3 years ago)
News: architecture critic Martin Filler has said he regrets making an error in a review published by the New York Review of Books that accused Zaha Hadid of showing a lack of concern for worker conditions on her World Cup stadium project in Qatar. (more...)

Suppose Design Office adds double-height dining room to House in Chiba

(3 years ago)
Japanese firm Suppose Design Office has replaced the roof of a 35-year-old family house, creating a lofty new living room that opens to the garden at both ends (+ slideshow). (more...)


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