Design archive for 2014-11-23

"Serene" concrete pavilion marks the entrance to a First World War cemetery

(3 years ago)
This minimal concrete and glass pavilion in Flanders, Belgium, by Govaert & Vanhoutte Architectuurburo houses a visitor centre for the world's largest Commonwealth war cemetery, where 11,956 servicemen of the First World War are buried or commemorated (+ slideshow). (more...)

REN Skincare

(3 years ago)
Designed by Hart D’Lacey | Country: United Kingdom | Pair with: Baxter of California “Hart D’Lacey have designed REN Skincare’s 2014 Christmas Gift Packaging using vibrant illustrations of cranes, a symbol of longevity and good fortune throughout Asia. Hart D’Lacey realised the symbolism of the Crane would provide a strong concept for this range of skincare […]

Ashbridge

(3 years ago)
Designed by Buddy | Country: United Kingdom | Pair with: Lemnos “When Devon-based Ashridge Drinks asked us to create a new identity and language for their premium and organic ciders and soft drinks, we were determined to challenge the category. The depiction of fruit remained vital, but we were able to approach it in a […]

MIX glass christmas decoration

(3 years ago)
Glass Christmas tree decorations began to replace fruit decorations in the winter of 1858, when a...

Pangenerator's installation of translucent pyramids flashes in waves of light

(3 years ago)
Hundreds of plexiglas tetrahedrons rippled with waves of illumination in response to changing light conditions for this installation by design collective Pangenerator (+ movie). (more...)

Atelier Vens Vanbelle adds "retro-futuristic capsule" to a Belgian home

(3 years ago)
A curving copper-clad extension punctuated by portholes has been added to a house in Ghent, Belgium, by local studio Atelier Vens Vanbelle, who describe the structure as "a cocktail of science fiction and nostalgia" (+ slideshow). (more...)

Vík Prjónsdóttir launches latest wing-shaped blankets made from Icelandic wool

(3 years ago)
Design collective Vík Prjónsdóttir has launched two Icelandic wool blankets shaped to look like the wings of a swan and an eider duck as part of a range of avian-influenced covers. (more...)

New Pinterest board: copper

(3 years ago)
Following the popularity of David Chipperfield's office building in China featuring a copper facade, we've collected together all the best copper-based projects from the pages of Dezeen and pinned them to a new Pinterest board »Follow Dezeen on Pinterest | See more copper projects 


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