PASCAL FLAMMER created this timber house in Balsthal. There are two principal floors; one set 75 cm below the earth, one 1.50 m above. The ground floor consists of one single family room with a noticeably low horizontal ceiling. In this space there is a physical connection with the nature outside the continuous windows.
Marc Holman, a designer at the brand strategy and design firm Lippincott, discusses the use of paradox in design, and he discusses several examples of this element that will inspire you. The post Sketches on the Connectivity of Art appeared first on HOW Design.
La Yaya es la marca de helados de las hamburgueserías Bacoa. Desarrollada por TwoPoints.Net, la identidad visual (inspirada en recetas típicas españolas como la tarta de Santiago, el flan o los churros con chocolate) está basada en un lettering vintage, con una tipografía y unos colores muy básicos y un sistema de identidad visual flexible […]
Konstantin Grcic's exhibition at the Vitra Design Museum might be described as a retrospective that looks to the future, that narrates the only “Panorama” there is to tell, i.e. the present: where the boundaries between private and public living space and workspace are increasingly blurred.
Liquid Light has successfully produced ethylene glycol, which is used to make products like polyester fabrics and plastic bottles, from CO2.. New Jersey Company Converts Carbon Dioxide into Ethylene Glycol. This company turns carbon dioxide, a waste material, back into something usable.
Let The Transformation Begin: Hermès Métamorphose by Vallée Duhamel . The inexhaustible imagination of Montreal-based studio Vallée Duhamel, aka Julien Vallée and Eve Duhamel, is once again showcased in a visual handmade poem where everything transforms into something new.
Inspired by the mass of debris and objects floating in the ocean, artist Gilles Cenazandotti turns plastic trash into beautiful sculptures….
Founded in 1928 by Gio Ponti, Domus magazine remains one of the most authoritative voices in the fields of architecture and design – an internationally recognised platform of excellence for innovative thinking and influential criticism. Domus is a monthly magazine of contemporary architecture, design and art. For over 80 years it has been one of […]
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