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How about a calendar that shows when daylight occurs throughout the year? The full evolution of daylight, twilight, darkness, and moonlight is displayed for each day of 2015 in this Yearlight Calendar by Bradley Pitts.
Following the success of the Ostrich Pillow, a travel cushion that fits over the head for sleeping anywhere, Studio Banana Things has launched a smaller version that slides onto the user's arm or hand (+ slideshow).
With days and nights getting colder I like to cozy up my home and add decorating touches to make it cozy and welcoming.
Is it time to ditch the tub? Bathroom trend study reveals tricks for top redesigns When redecorating your bathroom there are numerous choices you’ll face.
News: a team comprising Danish architects COBE and Finnish firm Lundén Architecture has won a competition to design a new transport centre for Tampere, Finland's second-largest city.
Positioned right on the edge of a residential area in De Pinte, Belgium, this intriguing home neighbors an enchanting small forest gathering all the benefits and pouring them inside. Villa Moerkensheide showcases a symmetric spatial configuration: three cubes around an equilateral triangle.
The combination of yellow and black is one of the most contrasting ever because these color are opposite: the first is one of the brightest colors and the second is a complete absence of light, so their combination is vibrant.
World Architecture Festival 2014: an apostrophe-shaped bridge in a British industrial city and a pair of structures at a sustainable forest in Australia feature in the second group of category winners for awards at this year's World Architecture Festival in Singapore (+ slideshow).
News: a proposal for a new east-west cycleway that would float on the River Thames has been unveiled by a consortium of architects, artists and engineers formed to promote the development of better cycling links in London.
Inside Festival 2014: after day two at the Inside Festival, the final award winners have been revealed, including a marble-lined cinema in a Hong Kong shopping centre and an Australian school of architecture filled with colourful bespoke furniture (+ slideshow).
A piece of the historic Covent Garden market appears to have broken free of its stone base, with its top half levitating in the air, in the latest installation by London designer Alex Chinneck.
Excessive luxury seems to be even more appreciated when joined by a theme. In the case of this glittery estate in Glendale’s College Hills neighborhood, California, USA, the owners opted for a “custom neoclassical style”, with columns and statues spread throughout.
This Tokyo shop by Schemata Architects features exposed industrial fittings and galvanised metal display rails that have been treated to produce a petrol-toned surface (+ slideshow).
Casa Ming is a contemporary house designed by LGZ Taller de Arquitectura and is located in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico.
Here are some best product and furniture designs which were covered on DigsDigs during September 2014.
These timber and bamboo huts were designed by Agora Architects to offer temporary accommodation to refugees arriving in Thailand from across the Burmese border (+ slideshow).
Movie: in this exclusive interview, architect Winy Maas of MVRDV explains how the firm developed the distinctive curving arch design of the Markthal in Rotterdam, which opened today.
The humble field of trash bin design is unexciting to say the least; there’s just not much going on in the way of improvements.
In his first interview since joining Apple, industrial designer Marc Newson discusses his latest product – a domestic draft beer machine he says is the equivalent to a Nespresso coffee maker for beer lovers – and the future of the watch industry in the wake of the Apple Watch (+ interview + slideshow).
Good news, there’s a Tom Dixon Design Sale now through October 15. That means savings on all sorts of wonderful things, like the Flash Rectangular Table, Flash Square Table, and the Flash Round Table you see above.