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Guests to Wanted Design engage with “Panic Room”- one of six roving interactions that explore politics and design If you attended last month’s NYCxDESIGN 2017, New York’s annual design week, and visited the Wanted Design venue, chances are you ran into TRIAGE, an ambitious roving exhibition that “reframes contemporary urgencies through the lens of design.” MOCO editor Harry Wakefield talked to Allan Chochinov, the Chair of the multi-disciplinary MFA in Products of Design grad program at New York’s School of Visual Arts, to know more.
Designers Rui Pereira and Ryosuke Fukusada have rethought how we wake from sleep and start our days with a series of objects and an integrated bathroom unit.
Blow Me Up is an inflatable glowing air hose, literally a blow-up balloon that can be rolled up and stored in a can.
Viride (from the latin “green”) is a collection of experimental luminaries by Goula / Figuera Studio that brings together two omnipresent elements in the domestic landscape: artificial lighting and plants.
After a long search for an apartment located in central Prague architect Klara Valova SMLXL studio’s clients jumped at the opportunity to buy one in the former ETA Regula factory.
A renovated flat by BONBA Studio in Barcelona, Spain uses colour, texture and materials to delineate spaces in a more open, light-filled space.
Breaking Surface is a table by Sophie Hardy that consists of colored sheets of paper sandwiched between two sheets of plywood.
We regularly post design on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. As part of our 2016 year in review here are the five most liked posts, by you, for February 2016.
We posted a lot on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter (even Tumblr) last year. Here are the five most liked posts, by you, for January 2016.
Details: Architect David Dworkind has created a small and vibrant Indian restaurant in our hometown, Montreal, called Super Quality Indian Snack Bar, which we hope is a reflection of the food not just the design.
Details: Designed by Joe Doucet, the Alba Collection – Alba is Gaelic for Scotland – pays respect to the spiritual home of whiskey, Scotland.
Details: designed by Mark Reigelman, Smokers consists of a miniature monochromatic wooden cabin, temporarily installed throughout New York City.
Details: EO arquitectura’s Borrell Apartment is a substantial renovation of an apartment located in Barcelona’s increasingly revitalized Eixample quarter.
This sponsored post is brought to you by A’ Design Award and Competition. Results are in! This year’s A’ Design Awards features 1277 winners from 88 countries in 94 different design categories.
Details: Designed by Monica Forster, the Neron table is a light table top that rests on a robust, but simple and elegant structure.
Popular right now on our social media channels, Studio E.O’s Indefinite vase “is an exploration of the relationship between geometric and organic forms – transparent and opaque… melting materia interacts with definite angular forms and gravity determines the relationship in between.” For all of our daily design updates see our Twitter feed at twitter.com/mocoloco, our updates on facebook.com/mocoloco and on Instagram (even more social networks here).
This sponsored post is brought to you by Lexus. Announced at the Lexus Design Event 2016 during Milan Design Week, AGAR PLASTICITY is the Grand Prix winner for the fourth annual Lexus Design Award.
This sponsored post is brought to you by Lexus. On April 11, in the midst of Milan Design Week, the Grand Prix winner of the fourth-annual Lexus Design Award 2016 will be revealed.
Details: Designed by Rik ten Velden, Selectors Cabinet is DJ furniture built with a steel frame and modular wooden cabinets.
Details: The k101 is a handcrafted motorcycle project by Munich-based Impuls, designers Phillip Wulk and Matthias Pittner, in collaboration with artists Fabian Gatermann and Matthias Edlinger.