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Senscommon has updated rainwear standards in creating its first product in the form of the Cyclist Raincoat — a breathable, lightweight over-coat fully adapted to cycling motions.
June this year saw the opening of the new and incredibly designed building by Barcelona-based studio Barozzi Veiga — a project developed to be an extension of the Villa Planta, which accommodates the Bündner Kunstmuseum, in the Swiss city of Chur.
Cointec Office is a workspace for a consultant firm designed by Spanish architecture firm Dot Partners. The office was designed to emphasise spaciousness, with one large room stretching across the entire structure.
A strong duality between black and white comes alive in Repouso, an installation by Laura Gorski. Assembling an invasion, to the classic white gallery, as a stunning ordeal and inviting the unknowing visitor for a distinctive promenade — the artist continues on her pursuit to explore the passage of time and unique landscapes.
Norm Architects and Menu’s Tumbler Alarm Clock turns the tumultuous business of waking up, on its head.
The Hague based fashion designer Bao Yao Fei is a true discovery. Usually, writing an article on a designer with compelling images or exciting concepts starts with extensive Google research.
Three degrees of transparency: black, white, and transparent. One simple and familiar telling: time. Say hello to the minimal #12 Clock by Simone Cappellanti.
Founded by Mike Tosetto, Never Sit Still is a motion design company based in Sydney, for whom the creative studio Christopher Doyle & Co. — also based in Sydney — has designed an exceptional identity and branding work.
Villa J2 is a lovely family home in Sweden designed by Jonas Lindvall of the Swedish multidisciplinary design firm Lindvall A & D.
Like Canadian designer Bruce Mau, who declared an interest in the moment when two objects collide and generate a third, I too believe the third object is where the interesting work is. Following the same principle, Seattle-based artist Katherine Wesselman uses photography to explore the relationship between fragments and image.
A beautiful extension of a pastoral cliff on the coast of Madeira, Portugal; an eclectic museum sports a beautiful façade made of dark stones.
Vilde Moen Hudson is a graphic designer based in Norway, who achieved a BA in both her home country as well as in the UK.
Belgian design studio Muller van Severen has crafted curving loungers called Wire S # from wire netting as part of a furniture commission for one of the Solo Houses, a series of architect-designed dream homes in Spain.
In Au Pont Rouge, a 110 year old iconic department store located in Saint Petersburg, architecture studio Cheungvogl has created a singular and innovative open exhibition retail space around a robotic system.
Lakeside House is a long and elegant silhouette set against a mountainous backdrop. Designed by Shinichi Ogawa & Associates, this Japanese home utilises its inspiring environment as a key feature in the design.
Working in a family business may be a trying experience for some, but for sisters Emily and Jessica Hadden of British accessories brand Alfie Douglas, it seems the family bond can only enhance their products and working environment.
Here is a eureka moment many designers dream of: Observing a common household item triggers an insight to create an extraordinary design product.
Quoting Aristotle and Leonardo da Vinci in a product’s design history is an ambitious statement, especially when referring to modern sound devices.
After the introduction of Apple’s iPhone 7, we can clearly see a pattern in the field of industrial design: innovative designs are giving way to reiterated ones that enhance and improve a user’s experience.
Rony Schneider is a graduate from the Department of Visual Communication in Shankar, Israel, and as final project he has created this incredibly beautiful piece of art work: Fold In, Fold Out & A Cut.