coachella art installations create a vibrant ‘pop-up city’ for festival-goers

coachella art installations create a vibrant ‘pop-up city’ for festival-goers

an international roster of artists has created a collection of landmarks that helps attendees navigate the event. The post coachella art installations create a vibrant ‘pop-up city’ for festival-goers appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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1 hour ago, Design Boom

Newly built townhouses in Melbourne channel art-deco era architecture

Newly built townhouses in Melbourne channel art-deco era architecture

Cera Stribley Architects teamed with interior design studio The Stella Collective on a series of eight, three-storey townhouses in a Melbourne suburb that reflect the area's art-deco architecture. Read more

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1 hour ago, Dezeen

Chambra Nordic Branding

Chambra Nordic Branding

Holgersson designed the branding and identity for Chamba Nordic, a Danish brand bringing traditional Colombian ceramics called ‘Chamba’ to Denmark. Made of black clay, unglazed, natural and completely safe, this ancient cookware has its very significant black look and its origins can be traced...

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1 hour ago, Mindsparkle Mag, Branding

carsten höller invites play and physical manipulation in mexico city survey

carsten höller invites play and physical manipulation in mexico city survey

a site-specific installation, 'decision tubes', sees a delicately suspended net-like structure allow visitors to wander above the museum floor. The post carsten höller invites play and physical manipulation in mexico city survey appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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5 hours ago, Design Boom

Kāwi

The newest addition to Momofuku’s ever-expanding Asian-centric network of restaurants, is Kāwi, a Korean-inflected dining room that’s headed up by executive chef and Korean native Eunjo Park, who was formerly at Momofuku Ko. Located in the behemoth that is Hudson Yards, Kāwi reflects Park’s experience...

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7 hours ago, Wallpaper *

The JBL Jr Pop is a wireless bluetooth speaker just for the kids

The JBL Jr Pop is a wireless bluetooth speaker just for the kids

“Big Sound for Music’s Tiny Fans” is perhaps the best way to describe the JBL Jr Pop, a conceptual speaker created by Shenzhen-based Kim Hyojin.A winner of both the Red Dot Design Concept Award and the iF Design Award for the year 2019, the JBL Jr Pop is a junior speaker, designed to...

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8 hours ago, Yanko Design

Special–Offer Studio

Special–Offer Studio

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9 hours ago, siteInspire, Web Design

Amazon is looking for an Industrial Design Engineer for their Robotic Fulfillment division!

Amazon is looking for an Industrial Design Engineer for their Robotic Fulfillment division!

You’ve heard of Amazon, right? One of the world’s largest retailers? Run by the world’s richest man (even after his divorce settlement!)Amazon is an absolute behemoth. Going from being a book-selling service in 1995, to being one of the biggest names in online retail, and even reaching...

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10 hours ago, Yanko Design

rockstar tries to break the world’s first 3D printed, smash-proof guitar

rockstar tries to break the world’s first 3D printed, smash-proof guitar

rock stars have been smashing guitars for decades, few with more enthusiasm than swedish-born guitar virtuoso yngwie malmsteen. The post rockstar tries to break the world’s first 3D printed, smash-proof guitar appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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11 hours ago, Design Boom

Furthermore from Equinox

Furthermore from Equinox

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13 hours ago, siteInspire, Web Design

Falken Reynolds take cues from an igloo for Vancouver loft renovation

Falken Reynolds take cues from an igloo for Vancouver loft renovation

A hidden sleeping loft and an all-white hallway lined with closets are among the features in a renovated Vancouver apartment designed by Canadian firm Falken Reynolds. Read more

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13 hours ago, Dezeen

A Seattle Condo Filled with Bold Patterned Textiles

A Seattle Condo Filled with Bold Patterned Textiles

When you’re an interior designer who also designs products, your own home makes the perfect spot to experiment with decor. Michelle Dirkse falls into this category as an interior designer with a 1960s condominium in Seattle that needed a major remodel. The dated interior was stripped except for...

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13 hours ago, Design Milk

fornasetti unfolds a universe of creations and cultural projects for milan design week

fornasetti unfolds a universe of creations and cultural projects for milan design week

the milanese atelier presents its unmistakable visionary style and timeless aesthetic that intermingles humor, nostalgia, metaphor and imagination. The post fornasetti unfolds a universe of creations and cultural projects for milan design week appeared first on designboom | architecture & design...

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14 hours ago, Design Boom

MATERIAL LUST’s Return of the Oppressed

MATERIAL LUST’s Return of the Oppressed

For MATERIAL LUST, aka Christian Lopez Swafford and Lauren Larsen, it’s been three years since their last body of work was shown. Their latest – Return of the Oppressed – was created both together and separately and recently debuted at INDEPENDENT as part of an incubator project for unrepresented...

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14 hours ago, Design Milk

BIG nestles the ‘glasir’ college into the undulating landscape of the faroe islands

BIG nestles the ‘glasir’ college into the undulating landscape of the faroe islands

the circular form of the building is designed as an extension and interpretation of the natural landscape. The post BIG nestles the ‘glasir’ college into the undulating landscape of the faroe islands appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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15 hours ago, Design Boom

Azab

Azab

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15 hours ago, siteInspire, Web Design

Cubit Should Be in Every Designer’s IRL Toolbox

Cubit Should Be in Every Designer’s IRL Toolbox

There’s nothing like living in an old house to emphasize the importance of measuring before starting on any project involving walls or floors. Even in modern-built spaces, dimensional accuracy can prove more of an ideal than a reality. Thus abiding by the axiom, “measure twice cut/drill once”...

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15 hours ago, Design Milk

Adidas unveils fully recyclable Futurecraft Loop sneaker

Adidas unveils fully recyclable Futurecraft Loop sneaker

Adidas has launched a sneaker made from virgin plastic that can be ground up and remade again, as part of the company's bid to mitigate the plastic crisis. Read more

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16 hours ago, Dezeen

MDW19: How a Tile United an Apartment in “Perfect Darkness”

MDW19: How a Tile United an Apartment in “Perfect Darkness”

In an elegant third-floor apartment in Brera, the Design District of Milan, Elisa Ossino and Josephine Akvama Hoffmeyer have created an installation where the humble tile reigns supreme. Ossino and Hoffmeyer work under the title H+O, or the initials of their two respective last names. Elisa Ossino is...

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16 hours ago, Design Milk

Earphones for when you don’t want to be disturbed

Earphones for when you don’t want to be disturbed

Earphones are a great tool to use when we want to close ourselves off to the outside world and for those time when we are just feeling a little less talkative. However, some people just don’t get this hint as they persistently try to be heard over your music. This issue led to the development of Gem;...

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16 hours ago, Yanko Design

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