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Project L.E.V - School and Centre of Fine Arts | Moatasem Esmat

Project L.E.V – School and Centre of Fine Arts | Moatasem Esmat

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• July 20, 2011 • Comments (2)

Shared by Moatasem Esmat, Project L.E.V is his school project proposed in Egypt- Helwan city. + Project statement by Moatasem Esmat Le Corbusier once said, Architecture is the masterly, correct, and magnificent play of masses brought together in light. Those words inspired me to always seek something that redefines today’s architecture. Project L.E.V stands for […]

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Cartier Time Art  | Tokujin Yoshioka

Cartier Time Art | Tokujin Yoshioka

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• July 18, 2011 • Comments (0)

“Cartier Time Art” Art Direction by Tokujin Yoshioka Held from August 26 to November 6, 2011 at Bellerive Museum, Ein Haus des Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, Höschgasse 3 8008 Zurich, Switzerland The brilliant innovations of technology and aesthetics for Cartier timepieces will be on display in an traveling international exhibition directed by Tokujin Yoshioka, titled […]

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New Book by Roger Diener, Joseph Abram & Martin Steinmann: DIENER & DIENER

New Book by Roger Diener, Joseph Abram & Martin Steinmann: DIENER & DIENER

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• July 14, 2011 • Comments (1)

An Illuminating New Title on the Internationally Acclaimed Architecture Practice Phaidon is pleased to present the only monograph on the internationally acclaimed Swiss architecture practice of Diener & Diener. With a subtle, sophisticated style that combines intellectually rigorous thinking with an unpretentious, practical approach to design, Diener & Diener are world renowned for their singular […]

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Presenting Moving Design's 2011 Call to Action: An Intervention on Bicycle Safety

Presenting Moving Design’s 2011 Call to Action: An Intervention on Bicycle Safety

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• July 13, 2011 • Comments (0)

Moving Design 2011: An Intervention on Bicycle Safety has begun! The new program is aimed at advancing powerful ideas in response to the need for bicycle safety and awareness in the City of Chicago. During 12 evening sessions over six weeks, 30-40 moving designers/artists will convert design into tangible and real social currency. Participants will […]

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Rick Valicenti of Thirst awarded The National Design Awards

Rick Valicenti of Thirst awarded The National Design Awards

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• July 13, 2011 • Comments (0)

Rick Valicenti, founder and principal of Chicago design firm, Thirst, has been recognized for excellence in Communication Design for the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum’s 2011 National Design Awards program. This year is the twelfth anniversary of the Awards, which will be bestowed at a gala award ceremony in New York City on October 20, 2011. […]

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nu lighting | ilanel design studio

nu lighting | ilanel design studio

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• July 11, 2011 • Comments (3)

Australian lighting designer ilan.el has created the nu lighting. It is an adjustable lighting piece inspired by the contemporary Japanese dance ‘Butoh’ – Four elongated rays of light representing limbs and joints, creating formations of expression linking body and mind in a form of dance with light. Materials: Bamboo timber, Acrylic Light: LED + Designer: […]

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Spermatozoi Collection | Daniel Issak of Dea Luce

Spermatozoi Collection | Daniel Issak of Dea Luce

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• July 6, 2011 • Comments (0)

Dea Luce, a leading player in the blown-glass lighting industry is making its mark from Santa Monica with a freshet of innovative designs. The organic, nature-inspired forms of designer Daniel Issak represent an intense yearning to balance the values imbibed from his childhood in an artistic Spanish family and those derived from his fascination with […]

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Master Project by Jagoda Szymkowiak

Master Project by Jagoda Szymkowiak

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• July 5, 2011 • Comments (0)

Shared by Jagoda Szymkowiak, this is a master diploma project from University of Fine Arts in Poznan – Poland. + Design statement by Jagoda Szymkowiak The inspiration for the project was the space of international airports. While travelling we spend most of time in a sitting position, which has the negative effect on the human […]

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Savage Hood | Minwoo Lee

Savage Hood | Minwoo Lee

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• July 3, 2011 • Comments (0)

Designed by a South Korean fashion designer Minwoo Lee, this fashion item called ‘Savage Hood’. The design’s motive came from the animal skin coats, imagining human species surviving during the cold winter seasons during the cave man era. It is a small winter item, but it will do more than a small job. Covered by […]

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pageCUES | Angela + Mark Gilbert

pageCUES | Angela + Mark Gilbert

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• June 28, 2011 • Comments (0)

Designed by Angela and Mark Gilbert, pageCUES are graphical card markers which slide onto the pages of books and magazine to highlight things of interest. A set consists of 10 pageCUES and each one has a different graphic image based on a central theme. Currently there are 4 ranges available to buy Architecture, Woodland, Parklife […]

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