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    Tuplet – Floor Lamp by Taeg Nishimoto

    Tuesday, October 28, 2014

    Architect & designer Taeg Nishimoto has created a lamp design that can configured in multiple ways.  Tuplet is a floor lamp that uses a mesh fabric called Buckram. Buckram is impregnated with resin and is usually used to make the inner structure of hats or other objects that require the stiffness. The mesh has an elastic quality and […]

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  • outdoor-human-sculpture- Feltépve-01

    A gigantic man emerges from underground

    Monday, October 27, 2014

    Be it Douglas Coupland’s Gumhead or Yang Soo-in’s interactive sculpture Yobosayo, public art has always sparked a sense of curiousity amongst the masses and enhanced the city’s aesthetic. Hungarian artist Ervin Loránth Hervé’s outdoor sculpture titled Feltépve (meaning “ripped up” or “popped up”) created for the Art Market Budapest has been the talk of the town and received much appreciation from locals and tourists. As […]

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  • vienna-foldable-Bike-01

    Tricycle with a bicycle like riding experience

    Wednesday, October 22, 2014

    Vienna based Bulgarian industrial designer Valentin Vedov has designed the Vienna Bike featuring a folding system and a multipurpose back storage. Designed for short or long distance travels in urban and suburb areas, the bike can cover a distance of up to 60 km when assisted by pedaling and reach a speed of up to 22 km/h with a single […]

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    The Singh Project by Amit and Naroop

    Monday, October 20, 2014

    Kanwar Singh (Image above) Created by British photographers Amit and Naroop in their studio over a period of one year, the Singh Project is a celebration of the most powerful and obvious symbols of the identity of a Sikh man – A Turban and a Beard!  In the Sikh culture, the turban (also knows as Dastaar) is an article of faith […]

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  • receipt-printer

    3 Kinds of Receipt Printer

    Saturday, October 18, 2014

    Printing receipts is necessary in many retail establishments according to LinkedIn. You can see this in department stores after paying for your purchases or after picking up your repaired car from an auto shop. This is also seen in many restaurants when paying for your bills and more so with credit cards. Even in the […]

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  • cyclists-car-frame-latvia-riga-01

    Creative protest by activist cyclists in Riga

    Thursday, October 16, 2014

    During the 2014 European Week of Sustainable Mobility, a bunch of pro-activist cyclists of the Let’s Bike It community peddled on the busy roads of Riga during peak hours with the goal of discouraging people to use cars and popularizing the cycle culture in Russia and other parts of Europe. Unlike the regular protests with banners and slogan shouting, […]

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  • wishing-well-steel-sculpture-01

    Calgary sculpture heats up the public art debate

    Tuesday, October 14, 2014

    Love it or hate it, public art gets people talking. A Canadian project called Wishing Well has revved up the debate once again. Commissioned by the city of Calgary in 2012, Wishing Well is a stainless steel sculpture five metres tall and split at the apex into two hemispheres. Visitors stand between the two hemispheres […]

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  • volkshotel-amsterdam-edmund-room-1

    Hotel room for the intrepid adventurer

    Monday, October 13, 2014

    Designed by Jos Blom and Jasper Eustace, Edmund is one of the nine special rooms of the brand new Volkshotel in Amsterdam. The design of this unconventional hotel room is inspired by the irregular shape of a mountain. Several objects of wood and rubber have been clustered in the middle of the room to form a […]

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  • emmanuelle-moureaux-shinjuku-central-park-100-colors-01

    Emmanuelle Moureaux is back with her 100 Colours

    Friday, October 10, 2014

    ‘100 Colours‘, a project inspired by the Japanese traditional sliding screens was first conceived in 2013 for the Shinjuku Creators Festa by Tokyo-based French architect Emmanuelle Moureaux. While the first installation was indoors, Moureaux has taken the second edition of her ‘100 Colours’ outdoors, transforming the water plaza of Tokyo’s Shinjuku Central Park into a vibrant, pulsating space. “When I […]

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  • house-for-trees-7

    Man lives in harmony with nature at the House of Trees

    Wednesday, October 8, 2014

    ‘House for Trees’ is a prototypical house designed by Vo Trong Nghia Architects in response to the rapid urbanization of Vietnamese cities and their deviation from their origins as rampant tropical forests. Built in the Ho Chi Minh city, which apparently is covered with a mere 0.25% area of green space, the project aims at creating more green spaces in the city and also […]

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Tuplet-floor-lamp
Oct
28

Architect & designer Taeg Nishimoto has created a lamp design that can configured in multiple ways.  Tuplet is a floor lamp that uses a mesh fabric called Buckram. Buckram is impregnated with resin and is usually used to make the inner structure of hats or other objects that require the stiffness. The mesh has an elastic quality and […]

outdoor-human-sculpture- Feltépve-01
Oct
27

Be it Douglas Coupland’s Gumhead or Yang Soo-in’s interactive sculpture Yobosayo, public art has always sparked a sense of curiousity amongst the masses and enhanced the city’s aesthetic. Hungarian artist Ervin Loránth Hervé’s outdoor sculpture titled Feltépve (meaning “ripped up” or “popped up”) created for the Art Market Budapest has been the talk of the town and received much appreciation from locals and tourists. As […]

vienna-foldable-Bike-01
Oct
22

Vienna based Bulgarian industrial designer Valentin Vedov has designed the Vienna Bike featuring a folding system and a multipurpose back storage. Designed for short or long distance travels in urban and suburb areas, the bike can cover a distance of up to 60 km when assisted by pedaling and reach a speed of up to 22 km/h with a single […]

the-singh-project-01
Oct
20

Kanwar Singh (Image above) Created by British photographers Amit and Naroop in their studio over a period of one year, the Singh Project is a celebration of the most powerful and obvious symbols of the identity of a Sikh man – A Turban and a Beard!  In the Sikh culture, the turban (also knows as Dastaar) is an article of faith […]

receipt-printer
Oct
18

Printing receipts is necessary in many retail establishments according to LinkedIn. You can see this in department stores after paying for your purchases or after picking up your repaired car from an auto shop. This is also seen in many restaurants when paying for your bills and more so with credit cards. Even in the […]

cyclists-car-frame-latvia-riga-01
Oct
16

During the 2014 European Week of Sustainable Mobility, a bunch of pro-activist cyclists of the Let’s Bike It community peddled on the busy roads of Riga during peak hours with the goal of discouraging people to use cars and popularizing the cycle culture in Russia and other parts of Europe. Unlike the regular protests with banners and slogan shouting, […]

wishing-well-steel-sculpture-01
Oct
14

Love it or hate it, public art gets people talking. A Canadian project called Wishing Well has revved up the debate once again. Commissioned by the city of Calgary in 2012, Wishing Well is a stainless steel sculpture five metres tall and split at the apex into two hemispheres. Visitors stand between the two hemispheres […]

volkshotel-amsterdam-edmund-room-1
Oct
13

Designed by Jos Blom and Jasper Eustace, Edmund is one of the nine special rooms of the brand new Volkshotel in Amsterdam. The design of this unconventional hotel room is inspired by the irregular shape of a mountain. Several objects of wood and rubber have been clustered in the middle of the room to form a […]

emmanuelle-moureaux-shinjuku-central-park-100-colors-01
Oct
10

‘100 Colours‘, a project inspired by the Japanese traditional sliding screens was first conceived in 2013 for the Shinjuku Creators Festa by Tokyo-based French architect Emmanuelle Moureaux. While the first installation was indoors, Moureaux has taken the second edition of her ‘100 Colours’ outdoors, transforming the water plaza of Tokyo’s Shinjuku Central Park into a vibrant, pulsating space. “When I […]

house-for-trees-7
Oct
8

‘House for Trees’ is a prototypical house designed by Vo Trong Nghia Architects in response to the rapid urbanization of Vietnamese cities and their deviation from their origins as rampant tropical forests. Built in the Ho Chi Minh city, which apparently is covered with a mere 0.25% area of green space, the project aims at creating more green spaces in the city and also […]

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