Matt Gibson extends Melbourne terrace with glazed kitchen undercroft

Matt Gibson extends Melbourne terrace with glazed kitchen undercroft

Matt Gibson Architecture + Design has adapted a heritage-listed Victorian house in Melbourne by "weaving" a modern programme into the existing red-brick shell. Read more

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1 day ago, Dezeen

London introduces guidance to protect cyclists from wind tunnels created by skyscrapers

London introduces guidance to protect cyclists from wind tunnels created by skyscrapers

The City of London has introduced a set of guidelines for proposed developments to protect pedestrians and cyclists from wind tunnels created by the increasing number of skyscrapers. Read more

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1 day ago, Dezeen

Make barista-quality coffee anywhere with this portable pour over kit

Make barista-quality coffee anywhere with this portable pour over kit

As a self-respecting tea drinker myself, I understand the lengths people go to to get their daily beverage fix. I’m incredibly fickle about my cup of cardamom tea everyday, and an insipid cup of tea could completely destroy my spirit. True-blue coffee drinkers are equally fickle about their coffee....

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1 day ago, Yanko Design

Naidi Community Hall by Caukin Studio serves as a social hub for Fijians

Naidi Community Hall by Caukin Studio serves as a social hub for Fijians

Architecture collective Caukin Studio has completed a wooden cultural hall for a small village in Fiji, replacing the previous structure that was destroyed by cyclones. Read more

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1 day ago, Dezeen

IKEA trades typeface for one that is recognizable in 800 languages

IKEA trades typeface for one that is recognizable in 800 languages

IKEA's new design might feature only very subtle changes but it is considered to be the world's most universal typeface. The post IKEA trades typeface for one that is recognizable in 800 languages appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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1 day ago, Design Boom

dead space by finbarr fallon documents the hyperdense vertical graveyards of hong kong

dead space by finbarr fallon documents the hyperdense vertical graveyards of hong kong

juxtaposed against backgrounds of towering skyscrapers, the terraced gravestones present a serene yet uneasy landscape. The post dead space by finbarr fallon documents the hyperdense vertical graveyards of hong kong appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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1 day ago, Design Boom

Are you a Wolf or Whale? Portfolio Case Study

Are you a Wolf or Whale? Portfolio Case Study

Todd Torabi, Founder of Wolf&Whale, has a bold prediction: “In the next few years, smaller creative studios will be the most attractive option for...

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1 day ago, Awwwards, Web Design

Apple credit card must be stored "in a bag made from soft materials"

Apple credit card must be stored "in a bag made from soft materials"

Apple has advised customers of its recently launched Apple Card to keep the titanium card in a soft bag where it won't touch other credit cards, keys or loose change, and to gently clean it with a microfibre cloth. Read more

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1 day ago, Dezeen

GEplus arhitekti reuses village bricks for new football stadium in croatia

GEplus arhitekti reuses village bricks for new football stadium in croatia

the selected 12,000 bricks used in the facade originate from the ruined houses destroyed by the floods, and add meaning to the new stadium. The post GEplus arhitekti reuses village bricks for new football stadium in croatia appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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1 day ago, Design Boom

Fetching Fields

Fetching Fields

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1 day ago, siteInspire, Web Design

Ffora

Ffora

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1 day ago, siteInspire, Web Design

JCPCDR nestles ‘the observatory’ timber cabin in a forest in france

constructed entirely from fir wood, the observatory perfectly integrates into its forest environment. The post JCPCDR nestles ‘the observatory’ timber cabin in a forest in france appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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1 day ago, Design Boom

Noted, 23.08.19

Noted, 23.08.19

Our round-up from the week just gone, plus a few alerts for the weeks to come The 1619 project The latest and perhaps biggest special project from the New York Times is a multi-media publishing event marking the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first slaves in what was to become the USA. Last...

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1 day ago, magCulture

fabian oefner cuts-up and recomposes cameras, exposing their inner beauty

fabian oefner cuts-up and recomposes cameras, exposing their inner beauty

a collection of technical objects are sliced, rearranged and distorted to become new forms. The post fabian oefner cuts-up and recomposes cameras, exposing their inner beauty appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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1 day ago, Design Boom

Francis Bacon prints and honeycomb feature in Simone Rocha's Hong Kong store

Francis Bacon prints and honeycomb feature in Simone Rocha's Hong Kong store

Sculptural bees nests encased in transparent boxes are the focal point of Simone Rocha's new store that has opened in Hong Kong. Read more

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1 day ago, Dezeen

ji hee lee crafts mouth-watering meals out of colorful pieces of paper

ji hee lee crafts mouth-watering meals out of colorful pieces of paper

from perfectly-round pizzas to sushi rolls and parmesan cheese, the artist transforms brightly-colored pieces of paper into the most delicious meals. The post ji hee lee crafts mouth-watering meals out of colorful pieces of paper appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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1 day ago, Design Boom

Danish designers propose using roaming 3D-printing robots to repair environments

Danish designers propose using roaming 3D-printing robots to repair environments

Buildings and coastlines could be monitored by fleets of autonomous repair robots, according to a Danish initiative that advocates "freeing" 3D printers to fix global problems. Read more

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1 day ago, Dezeen

Thomas Juul-Hansen opts for earthy tones in Bangkok's Scope Langsuan apartments

Thomas Juul-Hansen opts for earthy tones in Bangkok's Scope Langsuan apartments

Dezeen promotion: The interiors of the Scope Langsuan residential building have been designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen, his first project in Thailand. Read more

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2 days ago, Dezeen

Le Rose Bleu Wine Packaging

Le Rose Bleu Wine Packaging

Le Rose Blue represents a French premium rose wine generating awareness of the ocean’s conservation. Anagrama Studio had to communicate the essence of a high quality Rose Wine with social brand values. The importance of the ocean’s preservation conforms an important part of Le Rose Bleu brand values,...

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2 days ago, Mindsparkle Mag, Packaging

JENNIFER Corporate Design

JENNIFER Corporate Design

Mubien Studio designed the branding for JENNIFER, a San Diego luxury residential real estate agent working for Pacific Sotheby’s and specializing in areas of Rancho Santa Fe, Del Mar, Solana Beach, and La Jolla. The post JENNIFER Corporate Design appeared first on Mindsparkle Mag.

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2 days ago, Mindsparkle Mag

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