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    Creative illustrations open a dialogue to modern day social issues

    Saturday, July 4, 2015

    Spanish artist Luis Quiles’ illustrations are a perfect combination of his exceptional creative skills and thought provoking ideas. He has created an extremely controversial and provocative series of illustrations that makes a bold statement on the modern day social issues like over-the-counter drug addiction, censorship, corruption, religion, sexism, violence, child abuse, and most relevant of all, our social-media obsessed lifestyle. The caustic […]

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    Dubai to build world’s first 3D printed office

    Thursday, July 2, 2015

    Symbolic for its skyscrapers and high-rise buildings, in particular the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, Dubai has now revealed its plans to build the world’s first ever fully functional 3D printed office. “This building will be a testimony to the efficiency and creativity of 3D printing technology, which we believe will play a major […]

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    Turntable with built-in speakers plays your vinyls vertically

    Sunday, June 28, 2015

    Cutting-edge technology and space-spacer solutions are the two ‘design mantras’ that contribute towards the success of any design in today’s fast paced markets. Chicago-based consumer electronics start-up Gramovox has combined the two to create a state-of-the-art turntable that plays your records vertically through built-in, dynamic, full-range stereo speakers. Gramovox’s design philosophy is to re-imagine vintage audio design with modern […]

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  • city-of-dreams-pavilion-NYC-by-izaskun-chinchilla-architects-01

    The City of Dreams Pavilion in NYC by Izaskun Chinichilla Architects

    Wednesday, June 24, 2015

    Since 2010, FIGMENT, the Emerging New York Architects Committee, and the Structural Engineers Association of New York have hosted a competition to design and construct the ‘City of Dreams’ Pavilion on Governors Island, NY. The theme looks to the future – of cities, people and crucially, to our relationship with materials and the sustainability of our […]

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    Solar powered camper with different interior solutions

    Sunday, June 21, 2015

    Camper enthusiast and entrepreneur Derek M fell in love with classic trailers while watching his father restore these campers in his own backyard. Derek shares, “A few years ago I borrowed a fiberglass trailer and started taking the trailer out on weekends and visiting parts of California that I never knew existed. I was amazed at how comfortable, […]

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    A timeless furniture piece from design history finds new life

    Monday, June 15, 2015

    Flying Rumi armchair is designed by Turkish sculptor and designer Sadi Ozis as one of the first Turkish metal furniture pieces in 1964. Sadi Ozis founded  the first metal furniture atelier of Turkey in 1956 and has designed and produced various timeless furniture in his atelier between 1956 -1967, Flying Rumi being one of them. This elegant […]

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    Quebec designer reinvents a walk on the bottom of the sea

    Saturday, June 13, 2015

    Interior designer Jean de Lessard takes a fresh look at the traditional fish market through his own atypical lens: “I approached this project from the ‘vintage’ viewpoint of Jules Verne, but through a time line between today and tomorrow. It’s subtle, a little crazy, but fun!” Inspired by the adventure novel Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the […]

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  • gallery installation. Photo John Thomson

    Canadian artist goes squirrely

    Thursday, June 11, 2015

    Inspired by the surreal works of Dali, Otto Dix and James Ensor, Victoria British Columbia artist Carollyne Yardley has added another genre to the mix – Squirrealism. Bizarre. Whimsical. Confusing. Take your pick. They all describe Yardley’s fascination with the familiar rodent as an artistic motif. Celebrity of Being Annonymouse “I am a storyteller at […]

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    Smart water bottle reminds you to stay hydrated

    Monday, June 8, 2015

    Water is essential for the human body to function and a sufficient water intake on a daily basis is the best way to stay healthy. But, the question is “how do we know what is sufficient?” and even if we do, most of us are so caught up leading a hectic lifestyle that we simply forget to drink water. […]

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    Designer fuses minimalism with street art aesthetics

    Friday, June 5, 2015

    Inspired by the Panic Room by Tilt, Kiev-based designer Pavel Vetrov has created an interior setting for a hotel room fusing two contrasting styles. At a quick glance, it appears as if there are two separate spaces. But, when you take a closer look you realize it is the same space. The space has a distinct division where one […]

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controversial-illustrations-by-luis-quiles-01
Jul
4

Spanish artist Luis Quiles’ illustrations are a perfect combination of his exceptional creative skills and thought provoking ideas. He has created an extremely controversial and provocative series of illustrations that makes a bold statement on the modern day social issues like over-the-counter drug addiction, censorship, corruption, religion, sexism, violence, child abuse, and most relevant of all, our social-media obsessed lifestyle. The caustic […]

first-3d-printed-office-museum-of-future-dubai-01
Jul
2

Symbolic for its skyscrapers and high-rise buildings, in particular the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, Dubai has now revealed its plans to build the world’s first ever fully functional 3D printed office. “This building will be a testimony to the efficiency and creativity of 3D printing technology, which we believe will play a major […]

floating-record-player-by-gramovox-kickstarter-03
Jun
28

Cutting-edge technology and space-spacer solutions are the two ‘design mantras’ that contribute towards the success of any design in today’s fast paced markets. Chicago-based consumer electronics start-up Gramovox has combined the two to create a state-of-the-art turntable that plays your records vertically through built-in, dynamic, full-range stereo speakers. Gramovox’s design philosophy is to re-imagine vintage audio design with modern […]

city-of-dreams-pavilion-NYC-by-izaskun-chinchilla-architects-01
Jun
24

Since 2010, FIGMENT, the Emerging New York Architects Committee, and the Structural Engineers Association of New York have hosted a competition to design and construct the ‘City of Dreams’ Pavilion on Governors Island, NY. The theme looks to the future – of cities, people and crucially, to our relationship with materials and the sustainability of our […]

retro-modern-camper-01
Jun
21

Camper enthusiast and entrepreneur Derek M fell in love with classic trailers while watching his father restore these campers in his own backyard. Derek shares, “A few years ago I borrowed a fiberglass trailer and started taking the trailer out on weekends and visiting parts of California that I never knew existed. I was amazed at how comfortable, […]

flying-rumi-chair-04
Jun
15

Flying Rumi armchair is designed by Turkish sculptor and designer Sadi Ozis as one of the first Turkish metal furniture pieces in 1964. Sadi Ozis founded  the first metal furniture atelier of Turkey in 1956 and has designed and produced various timeless furniture in his atelier between 1956 -1967, Flying Rumi being one of them. This elegant […]

Némeau-fish-market-design-by-jean-de-lessard
Jun
13

Interior designer Jean de Lessard takes a fresh look at the traditional fish market through his own atypical lens: “I approached this project from the ‘vintage’ viewpoint of Jules Verne, but through a time line between today and tomorrow. It’s subtle, a little crazy, but fun!” Inspired by the adventure novel Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the […]

gallery installation. Photo John Thomson
Jun
11

Inspired by the surreal works of Dali, Otto Dix and James Ensor, Victoria British Columbia artist Carollyne Yardley has added another genre to the mix – Squirrealism. Bizarre. Whimsical. Confusing. Take your pick. They all describe Yardley’s fascination with the familiar rodent as an artistic motif. Celebrity of Being Annonymouse “I am a storyteller at […]

hidrate-me-smart-water-bottle-01
Jun
8

Water is essential for the human body to function and a sufficient water intake on a daily basis is the best way to stay healthy. But, the question is “how do we know what is sufficient?” and even if we do, most of us are so caught up leading a hectic lifestyle that we simply forget to drink water. […]

pavel-vetrov-sunday-half-painted-apartment-01
Jun
5

Inspired by the Panic Room by Tilt, Kiev-based designer Pavel Vetrov has created an interior setting for a hotel room fusing two contrasting styles. At a quick glance, it appears as if there are two separate spaces. But, when you take a closer look you realize it is the same space. The space has a distinct division where one […]

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