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Northwest Corner, Southeast Light | Mary Temple

Northwest Corner, Southeast Light | Mary Temple

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• January 14, 2011 • Comments (0)

A new work in the Light Installation Series 2002 – Present Opening Thursday, February 3, 2011, 5:00 – 7:00 pm On view through May 25, 2011 Rice University Art Gallery has commissioned a new installation by New York artist Mary Temple. In her “light installations,” Mary Temple paints directly on walls and floors creating experiential […]

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Optical Pouf | Sand & Birch Design studio

Optical Pouf | Sand & Birch Design studio

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• January 13, 2011 • Comments (0)

Another enjoyable and fashionable creation coming out from Sand & Birch’s studio. Optical is a nearly half spherical pouf, upholstered in cotton or leather, and crossed by one or two eye-catching ribbons made of Carbon Flex, an hi-tech material that Sand & Birch has decided to experiment in its furnitures. From a frontal perspective, they […]

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"26.50 EUR per kilogram" Aluminum serie | Alexandre Xanthakis

“26.50 EUR per kilogram” Aluminum serie | Alexandre Xanthakis

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• January 13, 2011 • Comments (0)

Greek designer Alexander Xanthakis designed the chair “26.50 EUR per kilogram” Aluminum serie. The chair has evolved, more versions are available, an aluminum structure instead of steel, a plywood seat, and a backless version. + Design statement by Alexander Xanthakis Economical situation push young designers like me to think humbly in order to succeed. There […]

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DOK sideboard | Reinier de Jong Architecture & Design

DOK sideboard | Reinier de Jong Architecture & Design

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• January 12, 2011 • Comments (1)

Rotterdam-based design studio Reinier de Jong Architecture & Design recently has created the DOK sideboard. + Product description by Reinier de Jong Architecture & Design Atmosphere has left its moist traces on the appearance of DOK sideboard. The drops of a morning dew remain visible in the corrosion of this sideboard. We deliberately choose steel rather […]

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Decoding Participation, Engagement and Interaction with Technology Series

Decoding Participation, Engagement and Interaction with Technology Series

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• January 12, 2011 • Comments (0)

A series of three workshops in London in February 2011, exploring the value of practicing interaction design technology approaches in the design and development of community environments to foster participation and exchange. Featuring guest speakers including David Barrie (The People’s Supermarket), Charlie Tims (Demos), Heather Ring (Urban Orchard) and Steve McAdam (Fluid and Soundings) presenting […]

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MOT Hanger | Jongho Park

MOT Hanger | Jongho Park

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• January 11, 2011 • Comments (0)

Might many people sympathize if a series of daily acts that we see and feel around us were place on design? MOT is a hanger that paid attention to an act of nailing. We can see in many case around us that it is not well nailed but bent. MOT is reflected an act of […]

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New LAM Lamp Range | Duffy London

New LAM Lamp Range | Duffy London

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• January 11, 2011 • Comments (1)

New for 2011, Duffy London are excited to announce the launch of their latest range of LAB Lamps which are now available in a variety of colours. These contemporary desk and floor lights use genuine laboratory components in their construction. The sand blasted Pyres flasks enable the lamps to provide a warm and ambient grow. […]

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Three new galleries for China's Ningbo Science Exploration Centre | MET Studio

Three new galleries for China’s Ningbo Science Exploration Centre | MET Studio

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• January 11, 2011 • Comments (0)

Multi-award-winning masterplanners and exhibition designers MET Studio have been commissioned to create three galleries for China’s new Ningbo Science Exploration Centre, due to open in Spring 2012. The 50,000 sq m new-build centre will house six permanent galleries in total, across two storeys, and MET Studio (in a joint undertaking between the company’s London and […]

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1x3, 1x6 and 4x3 | Petar Zaharinov

1×3, 1×6 and 4×3 | Petar Zaharinov

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• January 10, 2011 • Comments (1)

Bulgarian architect/designer Petar Zaharinov has created these 1×3, 1×6 and 4×3 tables which are inspired by interlocking burr puzzles. The name of a particular piece of furniture comes from the logic of its structure. It consists of the number of different element types multiplied by the number of elements of each type. The whole mathematical […]

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Modernatique Chair set | Cho hyung suk

Modernatique Chair set | Cho hyung suk

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• January 3, 2011 • Comments (2)

Korean designer Cho, hyung suk recently has created the Modernatique Chair set. In general, Furniture is divided in two style, Modern and Antique. These two styles are very different in appearance. so it is very different from each attraction. Modernatique chair has the each elements of these two styles. Beautiful curves of antique and clean […]

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