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paris approves herzog & de meuron’s 180-meter triangle tower

once completed, the skyscraper will become the third tallest structure in the french capital after paris recently raised the height limit for new buildings.

bjarke ingels group plans double curved office building for philadelphia

the four-storey design is contained within a sculpted sand-blasted façade that references the circular form of the adjacent park.

LYN atelier uses recycles material from london 2012 olympic games for hub 67

the temporary community center located in london embraces a temporary and recycled aesthetic adding to the local architectural palette with a high quality design.

leandro erlich’s house is pulled by the roots in karlsruhe

the artist's use of a civil engineering tool adds a provocative element to the installation in which at first glance, one may think that the crane driver has made a very big mistake.

from the sky to the road, bentley salutes aerobatic breitling jets

the upscale series is limited to just seven cars, each inspirited by the breitling jets which mirror the distinctive duo tone color scheme with yellow details.

herzog & de meuron’s summit building in switzerland contains a mountaintop restaurant

the structure’s form absorbs the language of the region’s vernacular wooden architecture, while respecting the site’s impressive surroundings.

penda creates dandelion influenced interior for toby’s home

penda creates dandelion influenced interior for toby’s homeall images courtesy of xia zhi       ‘toby’s home’ is a café and flagship store for a line of toys.

subodh kerkar sculps oceanic odyssey with thousands of mussel shells

the vast arrangement of colorful, iridescent shells punctuate the landscape, forming a textural surface across the sand.

design paradigms builds eco-friendly jewel box villa in switzerland

jewel box villa was deemed as such thanks to a juxtaposed outer shell wall, which gives the illusion that the home is being opened; glass and metal peek out from beneath, resembling the precious jewels within.

francois boucher’s venus rendered on UWL surfboard deck

francois boucher's, the french rococo master, seminal venus is characterized on this hand shaped, made in france custom surfboard by boom-art and UWL.

studio APL converts half-century old building into modern storefront

the renovated space provides the two woman team dedicated spaces to sell goods, teach workshops, and hide-away in a separate studio space above the main floor.

iris van herpen: transforming fashion at the high museum of art

the exhibition features 45 outfits carefully selected from 15 of van herpen’s collections, celebrated for their union between traditional craftsmanship and innovative technologies.

interview with graphic designer jessica svendsen

jessica svendsen is an american graphic designer currently working at pentagram’s new york office. jessica recently told us more about her design process and influences… The post interview with graphic designer jessica svendsen appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

james boock visualizes audio effects with analog sound revival objects

sound revival puts the performance back into live music by visualizing the synthesizer effects of tremolo, reverberation, delay, and voice modulation.

refin brings industrial, elegant versatility into interiors with plant and deck collection

the italian ceramic tile company has released two new collections meanwhile, designboom was invited to see first-hand how the tiles are made in their factory located in modena.

experimental housing prototypes for urbanizing sub-saharan africa

the welcome africa project explores possibilities in the construction industry in the population-booming sub-saharan region; three structural prototypes were planned, constructed and tested as potential options.

time-stacked photos by matt molloy look like impressionist paintings

showing a large chunk of time in a single image, each composition reveals the passing of the day as a dreamlike panorama.

fabrica’s you make the park combines sustainability with modularity

fabrica has constructed ‘you make the park’ -- a series of outdoor seating -- installed within the expo milan's piazza dei tigli to adhere with the global event's mission of exploring sustainable development.

theis + khan finalize new RIBA headquarters in london

conceived as a younger sibling to the main building, the workspace is a reconfiguration of a 1950s building previously occupied by the institute of physics.

janaina mello landini explores interconnectedness with ciclotrama 20

the rope-based, site specific installation is a physical map displaying an assortment of paths, movements, and fluxes.