Two installations at the National Gallery of Art offer an interesting counterpoint to Rem Koolhaas’s “Elements” ethos.
A designer’s book of self-assignments prompts us to learn by going “beyond what is asked” in our workaday professional lives.
Architect Peter W. Ferretto analizes Seoul’s churches which at first sight reminds us of past post-modern pastiche exercises but on closer inspection reveals a highly complex hybrid: a symbol of urban fragmentation.
When it first launched, few people could have ever expected the Coolest Cooler to be as successful as it has been…it would have been impressive just to hit the $100,000… The post When Product Design Goes Viral: ‘Coolest Cooler’ on Track to Set All-Time Kickstarter Funding Record appeared first on SolidSmack.
My good pal Rowen Frazer of Mission designed this lovely infographic showing how eight brands compared to each other on the field at 2014 World Cup. You can see a full version here, and read more about the project here.
Preparations for the London Design Festival are underway at the V&A this weekend as its corridors begin to fill with hundreds of glass cylinders. They’re part of an installation entitled ‘Human Nature’ by glass artist Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert that will occupy a three-storey space between the Medieval and Renaissance Galleries.
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