tacklebox contains claus porto’s new york store within a freestanding archway

tacklebox contains claus porto’s new york store within a freestanding archway

the retail interior for the portuguese beauty and fragrance house pays homage to its home country's architecture. The post tacklebox contains claus porto’s new york store within a freestanding archway appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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2 hours ago, Design Boom

The Soar kit teaches tech to kids the right way

The Soar kit teaches tech to kids the right way

The future generation won’t look at VR headsets and controllers the same way we do. For us, the generation that used pens, pencils, notebooks, and blackboards, VR headsets and future-tech aren’t as easily accepted and integrated into our lives as they are with younger generations. The Soar...

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2 hours ago, Yanko Design

Nature meets tech in Studio Swine's Wave Particle Duplex installation

Nature meets tech in Studio Swine's Wave Particle Duplex installation

Azusa Murakami and Alexander Groves of Studio Swine discuss their Wave Particle Duplex installation at Brooklyn creative space A/D/O, in this movie produced by Dezeen for MINI. Read more

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4 hours ago, Dezeen

FREITAG Launches a Drawstring Bag Made From Recycled Materials

FREITAG Launches a Drawstring Bag Made From Recycled Materials

Zurich-based FREITAG is adding a new material into the mix when it comes to their line of bags and accessories made out of recycled truck tarps. To complement the tarps, they’re combining it with a flexible textile made using 100% recycled PET plastic bottles. The new ToP (Tarp on PET) venture...

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4 hours ago, Design Milk

designer turns a shopping cart into an affordable DIY wheelchair

designer turns a shopping cart into an affordable DIY wheelchair

with a desire to help as many people as possible, the designer apichai inthutsingh wants to show us how to improve a simple shopping cart and create a wheelchair to fit their lifestyle. The post designer turns a shopping cart into an affordable DIY wheelchair appeared first on designboom | architecture...

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5 hours ago, Design Boom

Pablo Limón coats furniture in silver nitrate for chromatic effect

Pablo Limón coats furniture in silver nitrate for chromatic effect

Mexican designer Pablo Limón has produced a set of furniture pieces with chromatic rainbow finishes, created by gently buffing surfaces covered in layers of silver nitrate. Read more

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5 hours ago, Dezeen

bjarke ingels group’s urban ski slope captured by rasmus hjortshøj ahead of 2019 opening

bjarke ingels group’s urban ski slope captured by rasmus hjortshøj ahead of 2019 opening

the project is located ten minutes from central copenhagen and is scheduled to open to the public this spring. The post bjarke ingels group’s urban ski slope captured by rasmus hjortshøj ahead of 2019 opening appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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6 hours ago, Design Boom

Lexus “Sole of the UX” Tires Treads the Same Ground as Nike Air Force 1

Lexus “Sole of the UX” Tires Treads the Same Ground as Nike Air Force 1

The sneaker industry has a storied history of referencing automotive design, finding inspiration in the silhouettes, colors, and materials of some of the most iconic cars ever designed (e.g. Nike DeLorean Dunk and the Air Jordan 32 Rosso Corsa). But fashion designer John Elliott has flipped the script,...

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6 hours ago, Design Milk

Harness the power of our Solar System from your desk

Harness the power of our Solar System from your desk

The DeskSpace, as beautiful as it is, had one crucial element missing. Made from polished precious minerals, the DeskSpace displayed the entire solar system on your desk, arranged in linear order, comprising every planet made from the appropriately selected gemstone. However, the biggest piece to that...

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6 hours ago, Yanko Design

Five influential pieces of furniture designed by Gio Ponti

Five influential pieces of furniture designed by Gio Ponti

The work of Italian architect and designer Gio Ponti is the focus of a major exhibition at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. Curator Salvatore Licitra, who is also Ponti's nephew, picks out five of the most important designs in the show. Read more

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7 hours ago, Dezeen

construction begins on OPEN architecture’s cavernous chapel of sound

construction begins on OPEN architecture’s cavernous chapel of sound

currently under construction, the organic volume rests on the floor of the valley, its form influenced by the sedimentary rock formations of the surrounding mountains. The post construction begins on OPEN architecture’s cavernous chapel of sound appeared first on designboom | architecture &...

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7 hours ago, Design Boom

A Scooter for us Big-Kids!

A Scooter for us Big-Kids!

It’s likely that you will associate the word ‘scooter’ with your childhood, where hours were spent gliding around on the two-wheeled contraptions. But, why should kids have all the fun? Qui is a redesigned electric scooter that has been designed with the desire to alter how the scooter’ feels in the...

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7 hours ago, Yanko Design

Foscarini Reimagines Iconic Designs in the Be/Colour Capsule Collection

Foscarini Reimagines Iconic Designs in the Be/Colour Capsule Collection

Foscarini reimagines five iconic designs for their new Be/Colour! capsule collection that’s currently on view at Foscarini Spazio Soho, and will be up for purchase for a limited time in showrooms and online. Twiggy, Magneto, Binic, Bahia, and Gregg were all given updates in bold, unexpected colors...

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7 hours ago, Design Milk

Friday Five with Hlynur Atlason

Friday Five with Hlynur Atlason

Photo by Blaine Davis Based in Manhattan, Icelandic industrial designer Hlynur V. Atlason heads up his eponymous studio, ATLASON, practicing design methods led by research, brand, and craft. After graduating from Parsons School of Design, he designed a successful clock for IKEA that put his name on the...

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8 hours ago, Design Milk

Lora is not your typical air conditioner

Lora is not your typical air conditioner

Winter is on its way out soon, but you can keep it coming every day of the summer season, thanks to the atypical Lora. Unlike most air conditioners, Lora is not boxy nor an air curtain. It’s more like a pendant lamp that hangs from the ceiling and showers you with cool air. Adding a touch of ambient...

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9 hours ago, Yanko Design

Timber walls disguise secret spaces within tiny Pavilion House in Portugal

Timber walls disguise secret spaces within tiny Pavilion House in Portugal

Andreia Garcia Architectural Affairs and Diogo Aguiar Studio have hidden a bathroom, bed, and kitchen within the walls of this timber-clad holiday home in Guimarães, Portugal. Read more

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9 hours ago, Dezeen

The State of CSS Survey 2019

The State of CSS Survey 2019

After the success of the annual State Of JavaScript survey, Raphaël Benitte and Sacha Greif have put together a new form to collect data for the State of CSS Survey. The One Pager (linking to a Typeform) features a neat load animation within a grid that’s actually interactive with your cursor. Full...

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9 hours ago, One Page Love

"The most destructive thing is to demolish a building" says Nicholas Grimshaw

"The most destructive thing is to demolish a building" says Nicholas Grimshaw

We should be wary of "handbag architecture", design buildings that are reusable, and embrace micro homes says RIBA Royal Gold Medal 2019 winner Nicholas Grimshaw. Read more

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9 hours ago, Dezeen

ford’s smart bed rolls selfish sleepers back to their own side

ford’s smart bed rolls selfish sleepers back to their own side

pressure sensors detect when a person moves from one side of the bed to the other, and gently rolls them back to their side with the help of an integrated conveyor belt. The post ford’s smart bed rolls selfish sleepers back to their own side appeared first on designboom | architecture & design...

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10 hours ago, Design Boom

MVRDV designs Albania's tallest building with pixellated facade

MVRDV designs Albania's tallest building with pixellated facade

Construction has started on a skyscraper in Tirana designed by Dutch firm MVRDV, set to feature a facade with a pixellated map of Albania at its centre. Read more

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10 hours ago, Dezeen

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