• 1_Hoda Zarbaf_Vaginal Rapture

    Artist Hoda Zarbaf reimagines an orgasm made of fabric

    Friday, December 12, 2014

    “Vaginal Rapture” is a new sculptural piece from the Soft Souls Series, created by the Iranian-Canadian artist Hoda Zarbaf. In her latest sculpture series “Soft Souls”, Zarbaf uses recycled textiles, preowned clothing, old toys and found objects to expose and express her personal understanding of being a woman through old-fashioned feminine means and skills. Collecting the abandoned pieces of […]

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    Lounge chair constructed from birchbark

    Thursday, December 11, 2014

    Berlin-based designer Anastasiya Koshcheeva has designed the Sibirjak lounge chair crafted using birchbark. This natural material is not only flexible, soft, water-repellent and antibacterial, but also breathable, durable, and strong. Due to its numerous advantages, birchbark was traditionally used in many cultures to create everyday objects such as  baskets, boxes, or quivers, musical instruments, canoes etc. Despite these unique […]

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    Nature reclaims itself inside an art gallery in Oslo

    Monday, December 8, 2014

    Norwegian artist Per Kristian Nygård has attempted to merge an organized architectural environment with the organic nature of landscapes through his latest installation titled ‘Not Red But Green’. The installation consisting of green swerving mounds spread throughout the white-walled space of the Oslo’s No Place gallery. The installation not only explores the relationship between architecture and nature, but also explores the limitations and possibilities of […]

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    Furniture collection inspired by Mexican Tradition

    Monday, December 1, 2014

    London based H Furniture launched its Loom Collection at the Designjuction during The London Design Festival 2014. The Loom Collection is a distinctive seating range inspired by a manual belt-making loom, typical to the city of Oaxaca, Mexico. The seating collection consists of the Loom Chair and Loom Stool. Both starting with a wooden structure available in […]

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    Modular dining table by Neptun Ozis

    Tuesday, November 25, 2014

    Istanbul based designer Neptun Ozis has developed the SLICES dining table that can be put together only with eight screws and made only from sustainable, natural materials, using his worldwide yacht interiors design and detail expertise. “SLICES” dining table is a high quality, modern  furniture item based on the idea of using  natural materials with the most […]

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    Danish designers create a natural way to dock

    Monday, November 24, 2014

    Known for creating timeless products embracing contemporary Nordic design, Danish interior design company Enveo has teamed up with Kebony to create an aesthetic, functional and sustainable smartphone and tablet dock. The Acorn is inspired by nature and crafted from warm-toned Kebony maple; it embodies simplicity, sustainability and functionality. For the designers at enveo, the Acorn dock […]

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  • wooden-bag-by-hobo-woodworks-Hobo Founders Sam Clemens (left) and Lenny Hopkins

    West coast duo turn old wood into briefcases

    Thursday, November 20, 2014

    Image Above: Hobo Founders Sam Clemens (left) and Lenny Hopkins A briefcase made out of wood? Personal carry-alls are just one of many products made out of distressed and discarded lumber by Vancouver start-up Hobo Woodworks. Not that company founders, Sam Clemens and his half-brother Lenny Hopkins, are hobos. On the contrary. As general contractors they […]

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    Walkabike – A radical new bicycle for the urban commuter

    Wednesday, November 19, 2014

    A key hurdle to widespread use of bicycles by urban commuters has been that a standard bicycle is not conducive to the formal attire required of a majority of urban professionals. Walkabike aims to change just that ! Designed by architect & biking enthusiast Jude Dsouza and his team at JDAP, Walkabike is a lightweight, foldable […]

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    Solar powered bottle cap lighting installation by Basic Design

    Tuesday, November 18, 2014

    “The more we bring design for development to the forefront, the brighter our collective future will be.” says Theunis Snyman, Founder & Industrial Designer, Basic Design The Vancouver-based social enterprise aims to redefine the value of waste by giving a second life to landfill-bound materials and creating unique, cruelty-free products. A percentage of sales is donated to the […]

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  • illuminated-bike-path-inspired-by-van-gogh-painting-studio-roosegaarde-01

    Solar powered bike path inspired by Van Gogh painting

    Friday, November 14, 2014

    Well known for creating interactive designs that explore the dynamic relation between people, technology and space, artist Daan Roosegaarde and his team of designers & engineers at Studio Roosegaarde have recently unveiled their latest creation called the Van Gogh-Roosegaard Bicycle Path.  Based of Vincent Van Gogh’s painting The Starry Night, the kilometer long section is part of a bike route that passes […]

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1_Hoda Zarbaf_Vaginal Rapture
Dec
12

“Vaginal Rapture” is a new sculptural piece from the Soft Souls Series, created by the Iranian-Canadian artist Hoda Zarbaf. In her latest sculpture series “Soft Souls”, Zarbaf uses recycled textiles, preowned clothing, old toys and found objects to expose and express her personal understanding of being a woman through old-fashioned feminine means and skills. Collecting the abandoned pieces of […]

anastasiya-koshcheeva-sibirjak-lounge-chair-birchbark-01
Dec
11

Berlin-based designer Anastasiya Koshcheeva has designed the Sibirjak lounge chair crafted using birchbark. This natural material is not only flexible, soft, water-repellent and antibacterial, but also breathable, durable, and strong. Due to its numerous advantages, birchbark was traditionally used in many cultures to create everyday objects such as  baskets, boxes, or quivers, musical instruments, canoes etc. Despite these unique […]

per-kristian-nygard-not-red-but-green-olso-1
Dec
8

Norwegian artist Per Kristian Nygård has attempted to merge an organized architectural environment with the organic nature of landscapes through his latest installation titled ‘Not Red But Green’. The installation consisting of green swerving mounds spread throughout the white-walled space of the Oslo’s No Place gallery. The installation not only explores the relationship between architecture and nature, but also explores the limitations and possibilities of […]

loom-collectionl-h-furniture
Dec
1

London based H Furniture launched its Loom Collection at the Designjuction during The London Design Festival 2014. The Loom Collection is a distinctive seating range inspired by a manual belt-making loom, typical to the city of Oaxaca, Mexico. The seating collection consists of the Loom Chair and Loom Stool. Both starting with a wooden structure available in […]

slices-modular-dining-table-by-Neptun-Ozis-01
Nov
25

Istanbul based designer Neptun Ozis has developed the SLICES dining table that can be put together only with eight screws and made only from sustainable, natural materials, using his worldwide yacht interiors design and detail expertise. “SLICES” dining table is a high quality, modern  furniture item based on the idea of using  natural materials with the most […]

smartphone-dock-acorn-by-enveo-05
Nov
24

Known for creating timeless products embracing contemporary Nordic design, Danish interior design company Enveo has teamed up with Kebony to create an aesthetic, functional and sustainable smartphone and tablet dock. The Acorn is inspired by nature and crafted from warm-toned Kebony maple; it embodies simplicity, sustainability and functionality. For the designers at enveo, the Acorn dock […]

wooden-bag-by-hobo-woodworks-Hobo Founders Sam Clemens (left) and Lenny Hopkins
Nov
20

Image Above: Hobo Founders Sam Clemens (left) and Lenny Hopkins A briefcase made out of wood? Personal carry-alls are just one of many products made out of distressed and discarded lumber by Vancouver start-up Hobo Woodworks. Not that company founders, Sam Clemens and his half-brother Lenny Hopkins, are hobos. On the contrary. As general contractors they […]

2014_JDAP_WALKABIKE_002
Nov
19

A key hurdle to widespread use of bicycles by urban commuters has been that a standard bicycle is not conducive to the formal attire required of a majority of urban professionals. Walkabike aims to change just that ! Designed by architect & biking enthusiast Jude Dsouza and his team at JDAP, Walkabike is a lightweight, foldable […]

solar-powered-bottle-cap-lights-installation-01
Nov
18

“The more we bring design for development to the forefront, the brighter our collective future will be.” says Theunis Snyman, Founder & Industrial Designer, Basic Design The Vancouver-based social enterprise aims to redefine the value of waste by giving a second life to landfill-bound materials and creating unique, cruelty-free products. A percentage of sales is donated to the […]

illuminated-bike-path-inspired-by-van-gogh-painting-studio-roosegaarde-01
Nov
14

Well known for creating interactive designs that explore the dynamic relation between people, technology and space, artist Daan Roosegaarde and his team of designers & engineers at Studio Roosegaarde have recently unveiled their latest creation called the Van Gogh-Roosegaard Bicycle Path.  Based of Vincent Van Gogh’s painting The Starry Night, the kilometer long section is part of a bike route that passes […]

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