Bumpr Updated with Custom Rules, Browser Plug-ins and Keyboard Shortcuts

Bumpr Updated with Custom Rules, Browser Plug-ins and Keyboard Shortcuts

Longtime readers may remember that a little more than two years ago my friend Scott Ostler and I released a…

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19 hours ago, Subtraction

bergmeisterwolf elevates three ‘forest houses’ at the foot of an italian woodland

bergmeisterwolf elevates three ‘forest houses’ at the foot of an italian woodland

clad with a dark timber, the three identical volumes become a unified object that forms part of the natural landscape. The post bergmeisterwolf elevates three ‘forest houses’ at the foot of an italian woodland appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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20 hours ago, Design Boom

Home sharing is given a lavish boost with the launch of Airbnb Luxe

For the past 11 years, Airbnb has remained a cherished resource for the budget traveller. The company’s comprehensive offering has also made jaunting off on holiday with friends, finding a temporary crash pad when moving to a new locale or situating visiting family members close by, veritably seamless. Now,...

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23 hours ago, Wallpaper *

LEOPOLD BANCHINI

LEOPOLD BANCHINI

Leopold Banchini’s floating domestic factory Casa CCFF nestled in an urban patch of overgrowth in Geneva intrigued us for its eclecticism and clever manipulation of natural light and space. The Swiss architect, who founded his practice in 2016 after working with Daniel Zamarbide under the name of BUREAU...

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Colle-Croce celebrates horizontality with a concrete house in Argentina

Colle-Croce celebrates horizontality with a concrete house in Argentina

Located within a quiet and exclusive residential community, yet bordered on one side by a busy road – the Pan-American Highway – Casa MB owes its low profile and massing to its context, say its Argentinian authors, the Buenos Aires-based architecture studio Colle-Croce. The young and dynamic firm, headed...

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Casting cosmic effects with Doshi Levien’s first studio range

Casting cosmic effects with Doshi Levien’s first studio range

The latest venture from design studio Doshi Levien feels like its most personal to date. Known for translating their versatile aesthetic into dynamic forms for the likes of Kvadrat, Galerie Kreo, Moroso and more, the London-based duo has taken a thoughtful step back into the studio, creating their first...

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Fabienne Verdier: the painter reimagining Cézanne country

Fabienne Verdier: the painter reimagining Cézanne country

Walking through Aix-en-Provence, it’s easy to see why Paul Cézanne painted the landscapes that surround this medieval French city so obsessively. The city’s most famous son painted Provence landscapes as if driven by internal demons. In doing so, he revolutionised the ideals of perspective that had held...

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Humble Pizza

The crowded landscape of King’s Road is a bold location in which to open a new dining venture. And bold it is — in every sense — for Humble Pizza, who, behind a period timber shopfront, has introduced this lively corner of West London to a menu of plant-based Italian classics. In a space brought to life...

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ODA turns former sugary refinery into "crown jewel of Dumbo"

ODA turns former sugary refinery into "crown jewel of Dumbo"

New York architecture firm ODA has transformed a landmarked factory in Brooklyn's Dumbo overlooking the city's East River into an office building fronted by a huge glistening glass facade. Read more

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1 day ago, Dezeen

researchers unravel the science behind freezing soap bubble phenomenon 

researchers unravel the science behind freezing soap bubble phenomenon 

inspired by viral videos, a group of researchers from virginia tech set out to discover the science behind the 'snow-globe' effect. The post researchers unravel the science behind freezing soap bubble phenomenon  appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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1 day ago, Design Boom

George Lucas would approve of these armchairs!

George Lucas would approve of these armchairs!

A pretty big mea culpa for not having this up on the 4th of May, but this chair is definitely geekworthy, regardless of what time of the year it is!Designed taking inspiration from Star Wars’ Imperial Tie Fighters, Kenneth Cobonpue’s armchair literally turns conceptual interstellar aircraft...

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1 day ago, Yanko Design

This credit card also tracks your carbon footprint along with your payments

This credit card also tracks your carbon footprint along with your payments

It’s easy to see how much money you have in the bank. It’s easy to check your weight, your height, how much water you’ve consumed, but tracking your carbon footprint, as critical as it is in a time like this, isn’t as easy as you think. Up until now, the only two things that affect...

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1 day ago, Yanko Design

this artist’s studio in london is hidden behind two distinctive gabled façades

this artist’s studio in london is hidden behind two distinctive gabled façades

designed by architecture firm CAN, 'lomax studio' is nestled along a small industrial mews in south east london. The post this artist’s studio in london is hidden behind two distinctive gabled façades appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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1 day ago, Design Boom

Financial Times returns to renovated Bracken House

Financial Times returns to renovated Bracken House

John Robertson Architects has renovated Bracken House, in London, for the Financial Times' return, carefully updating its Hopkins Architects-designed "Gothic high-tech" atrium. Read more

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1 day ago, Dezeen

The PILLR Elevated Laptop Stand is a pragmatic+minimal way to reduce fatigue

The PILLR Elevated Laptop Stand is a pragmatic+minimal way to reduce fatigue

Like most laptop stands, PILLR elevates your work machine to a higher level, allowing you to view your laptop screen at a much higher, more natural angle, preventing neck-fatigue. Unlike most laptop stands PILLR, however, doesn’t look like a badly designed accessory that hides behind your expensive...

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1 day ago, Yanko Design

Artist explores her "deep connection and attraction" to Luis Barragán in movie The Proposal

Artist explores her "deep connection and attraction" to Luis Barragán in movie The Proposal

Jill Magid, the American artist who made a diamond ring out of Luis Barragán's ashes, has released a film documenting her preoccupation with the Mexican architect. Read more

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1 day ago, Dezeen

A Holiday Mountain Home Clad with Wood Sunshade in Tarvisio, Italy

A Holiday Mountain Home Clad with Wood Sunshade in Tarvisio, Italy

Z House is a holiday home situated on a steep slope that presented many challenges for geza during the design process. Located in Tarvisio, Udine, Italy, the mountain house design required two volumes that are sectioned out with different heights that flow down with the slope. The house is modest in...

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1 day ago, Design Milk

This foldable light box goes from flat-packed to photo studio within seconds!

This foldable light box goes from flat-packed to photo studio within seconds!

In the design world, we have a saying. Until someone buys and uses your products, their judgement of how good it is comes broadly from two things. Its packaging, or its presentation. Now you can’t really judge a product by its packaging if you’re seeing it online on your laptop, phone, or...

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1 day ago, Yanko Design

Malgorzata Blachuta’s Klapniok Alternative Natural Seat

Malgorzata Blachuta’s Klapniok Alternative Natural Seat

For Małgorzata Błachuta, a graduate of the art department at the Pedagogical University of Krakow, designed and built the Klapniok alternative natural seat for her Master’s Diploma. Inspired by the thought that many disorders we experience today – such as ADD, aggression, anti-social behavior,...

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1 day ago, Design Milk

LOCALARCHITECTURE extends rudolf steiner school with technology and age-old expertise

LOCALARCHITECTURE extends rudolf steiner school with technology and age-old expertise

the school buildings are characterized by their organic forms, enclosing a courtyard that is oriented towards the landscape and follows the sun's path across the sky. The post LOCALARCHITECTURE extends rudolf steiner school with technology and age-old expertise appeared first on designboom | architecture...

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1 day ago, Design Boom

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