Design archive for 2014-11-24

Chérie

(3 years ago)
Designed by Atipus | Country: Spain | Pair with: Brooklyn Tailors “Packaging design for Chérie, a new Belgian top fermented cherry-flavoured wheat beer.”

Minimal cookbook presents Japanese sweet ingredients as colour swatches

(3 years ago)
Ingredients are displayed like fabric samples to help western readers recreate traditional Japanese sweets with common foods, in this cookbook by designer Moé Takemura. (more...)

2014 Gift Guide: iPhone 6 Accessories

(3 years ago)
The latest and best accessories for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus from Evernote, Definitive Technology, Bowers & Wilkins, and Olloclip.

Seoul exhibition puts Korean architect Minsuk Cho in the spotlight

(3 years ago)
An exhibition at the Plateau gallery in Seoul documents the career of Mass Studies founder Minsuk Cho, the architect behind the Golden Lion-winning Korean pavilion at this year's Venice Architecture Biennale (+ slideshow). (more...)

Geometry Collection from DesignK

(3 years ago)
Geometrical shapes and graphic patterns make up this Bauhaus-inspired set of tableware.

Alice Wang Design proposes products for the future of marriage

(3 years ago)
Taiwan studio Alice Wang Design has imagined a series of objects for a future where technology and longer life spans change the way marriage works, including a ring for couples that counts down the days until their vows expire (+ movie). (more...)

Geometric Silhouette Rings by OBJCTS

(3 years ago)
3D printed unisex rings that come in four geometrically shaped silhouettes.

The interface between technology and design holds "answers to the future"

(3 years ago)
Dezeen and MINI Frontiers: in this movie filmed in Eindhoven, Dutch Design Week director Martijn Paulen explains why he invited technology universities to be a key part of this year's event. (more...)

Dezeen Jobs: latest jobs update

(3 years ago)
See the latest from our recruitment site Dezeen Jobs, including positions with Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, Priestmangoode and Niall McLaughlin Architects, whose elliptical chapel is pictured. This is also the last chance to apply for roles with Marc Newson, Rhode Island School of Design, Benjamin Hubert and more... (more...)

Blackened timber retreat by Studio Aula built in the woods outside Tokyo

(3 years ago)
Lengths of black-painted timber clad this single-storey holiday home in Japan by Studio Aula, which steps across a wooded site in three volumes of increasing sizes (+ slideshow). (more...)

Brutalist seminary to be resurrected in 2015 after 25 years of neglect

(3 years ago)
News: after a quarter of a century of decay, a full design team has been appointed to convert the ruins of Gillespie, Kidd & Coia's Brutalist St Peter's Seminary in Cardross, Scotland, into a major venue for art and culture. (more...)

UNESCO launches competition to design cultural centre in war-torn Afghanistan

(3 years ago)
News: international heritage body UNESCO has launched a competition to design a cultural centre on the boundary of the Bamiyan Valley site, which housed two giant seventh-century statues of Buddha that were destroyed by Taliban militants in 2001. (more...)

Fab.com in reported $15 million acquisition talks

(3 years ago)
News: Fab.com is reportedly in acquisition talks with electronics development company PCH International, which could see the online design retailer sold for a fraction of its earlier valuation. (more...)

Paul Crofts Studio sinks seating areas into floor of London office

(3 years ago)
Seating areas are submerged into a pale wooden floor at this split-level office in London refitted by Paul Crofts Studio (+ slideshow). (more...)

Red Brick Brewery

(3 years ago)
Designed by Not Perfect | Y&R Vilnius | Country: Lithuania | Pair with: Marwood “Task: To create visual identity for experimental Red Brick Beer Workshop, which has been set up in the 230 year-old red brick brewery on the Baltic Sea shore. A place where experiment and play with unconventional raw materials gives birth to small […]

Cambrass Farma

(3 years ago)
Designed by Quevieneelcoco | Country: Spain “The series contains seven items produced  in a range of pastel colors and using ecologically friendly materials. It pulls away from the common design  aesthetics, principally sold in pharmacies.”

Bethan Gray and Mitchell Abdul Karim Crites design products influenced by Islamic patterns

(3 years ago)
British designer Bethan Gray and Islamic art and craft revivalist Mitchell Abdul Karim Crites have launched the first furniture and tableware collections from their new company The Ruby Tree. (more...)


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