• herisalli-viennese-guest-room-gegenbauer-vinegar-brewery-02

    Guest room interiors revolve around the bed design

    Wednesday, January 28, 2015

    Using the bare minimum of intervention, Austrian architecture studio Heri & Salli has created five small Viennese guest rooms at the Gegenbauer Vinegar Brewery in Vienna. The highlighting feature of each room is a large bed constructed using an interlocking lattice of stacked timber beams. The Viennese Guest Bed is a multi-functional piece comprising of piled up squared timbers that […]

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    Storyboard Furniture brings furniture from “Tree to Table”

    Monday, January 26, 2015

    “Beginning with the material form and beauty of the wood that is unveiled by milling a tree, the stories that tree has witnessed in it’s life are drawn out in our furniture with intelligent design and exacting craftsmanship..” Two NSCAD University in Halifax alums, sculptor Mike Sharpe and third-generation woodworker Dennis Hale teamed up together […]

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    Installation sparks a conversation on gun issues in the United States

    Friday, January 23, 2015

    Brooklyn-based conceptual artist Michael Murphy‘s methodological approach to creating multi-dimensional, sculptural pieces aims to connect the viewer’s experience with layers of delicate meaning. The artist recently created a controversial installation, titled Gun Country for the 2014 open art competition ArtPrize. The 18 feet high installation consists of 130 plastic guns suspended in the air by clear fibers to create a graphical […]

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  • GlowPear-self-watering-planter-7

    Glowpear: A self watering planter for urban spaces

    Wednesday, January 21, 2015

    With rapid industrialization and urbanization, fewer and fewer of us live in areas covered with green spaces. According to a study published in the renowned British medical journal The Lancet, it concludes that green spaces not only reduce stress levels and prevent heart diseases, but also bridge the gap between the health condition of the poor and that […]

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  • raw-almond-popup-restaurant-winnipeg-The interior of the first pop-up

    RAW:Almond serves up meals on ice

    Monday, January 19, 2015

    Artwork or restaurant?  RAW:Almond is both, a pop-up restaurant that makes an event out of dining out. Picture 2,000 people in boots and coats feasting on ash cured scallops, creamy cannelloni beans with roots and herbed hen, or Alberta lamb and pumpkin curry, among other delicacies, while sitting on fur lined benches under a fabric […]

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  • sticker-collage-by-Ye-Hongxing-03

    Sticker collages juxtapose traditional Chinese imagery with contemporary objects

    Saturday, January 17, 2015

    Beijing-based artist Ye Hongxing claims that Fusion is her reaction to the “swift change of China’s social system”. As a reflection to this rapid change and how the Chinese culture has been influenced by the West over the recent years, Hongxing has created a series of artworks, titled  “East of Eden”, that juxtapose traditional Chinese imagery such as Buddhist symbols […]

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    Interactive public art illuminates winter in Montreal

    Saturday, January 10, 2015

    Luminothérapie is Quebec’s largest competition for temporary installations. Organized in two parts, its purpose is to present an original, interactive wintertime experience for visitors to the Quartier des Spectacles, and to stimulate creativity in urban installations and digital art. Until February 1, 2015, Montrealers and visitors are invited to discover two new works, Prismatica by […]

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    Humanitarian design connects architecture with humanitarian aid

    Wednesday, January 7, 2015

    St. Jerome’s Centre, a sanctuary for disadvantaged and displaced children on the outskirts of Nakuru, Kenya, isn’t your ordinary structure. It has plenty of natural light and, in a departure from dormitory style which is the norm with other orphanages, there are quiet nooks and crannies for study, reading or just plain relaxing. It’s unique […]

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    Colourful cubes adorn the facade of a bank in Tokyo

    Sunday, January 4, 2015

    After receiving a well deserved acclamation for the ‘100 Colours’ installations, Tokyo-based French architect Emmanuelle Moureaux has kicked off 2015 with yet another colourful architectural project. Moureaux has designed a colorful facade exterior for the Nakaaoki Branch of the Sugamo Shinkin Bank in Tokyo. Since the site is located on the corner of a major intersection, there […]

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    2014’s top 10 architecture posts

    Sunday, December 28, 2014

    2014 has been an immensely exciting and creatively inspiring year for all of us at DZine Trip. We would like to thank our collaborators, contributing writers, editor-at-large and most importantly all our readers who constantly motivate us to dig deeper in search of unique and inspirational projects.  To wrap up this year, we have compiled a list of […]

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herisalli-viennese-guest-room-gegenbauer-vinegar-brewery-02
Jan
28

Using the bare minimum of intervention, Austrian architecture studio Heri & Salli has created five small Viennese guest rooms at the Gegenbauer Vinegar Brewery in Vienna. The highlighting feature of each room is a large bed constructed using an interlocking lattice of stacked timber beams. The Viennese Guest Bed is a multi-functional piece comprising of piled up squared timbers that […]

the-plane-cloud-pendant-lamp-by-storyboard-furniture-01
Jan
26

“Beginning with the material form and beauty of the wood that is unveiled by milling a tree, the stories that tree has witnessed in it’s life are drawn out in our furniture with intelligent design and exacting craftsmanship..” Two NSCAD University in Halifax alums, sculptor Mike Sharpe and third-generation woodworker Dennis Hale teamed up together […]

gun-country-usa-map-michael-muprhy-1
Jan
23

Brooklyn-based conceptual artist Michael Murphy‘s methodological approach to creating multi-dimensional, sculptural pieces aims to connect the viewer’s experience with layers of delicate meaning. The artist recently created a controversial installation, titled Gun Country for the 2014 open art competition ArtPrize. The 18 feet high installation consists of 130 plastic guns suspended in the air by clear fibers to create a graphical […]

GlowPear-self-watering-planter-7
Jan
21

With rapid industrialization and urbanization, fewer and fewer of us live in areas covered with green spaces. According to a study published in the renowned British medical journal The Lancet, it concludes that green spaces not only reduce stress levels and prevent heart diseases, but also bridge the gap between the health condition of the poor and that […]

raw-almond-popup-restaurant-winnipeg-The interior of the first pop-up
Jan
19

Artwork or restaurant?  RAW:Almond is both, a pop-up restaurant that makes an event out of dining out. Picture 2,000 people in boots and coats feasting on ash cured scallops, creamy cannelloni beans with roots and herbed hen, or Alberta lamb and pumpkin curry, among other delicacies, while sitting on fur lined benches under a fabric […]

sticker-collage-by-Ye-Hongxing-03
Jan
17

Beijing-based artist Ye Hongxing claims that Fusion is her reaction to the “swift change of China’s social system”. As a reflection to this rapid change and how the Chinese culture has been influenced by the West over the recent years, Hongxing has created a series of artworks, titled  “East of Eden”, that juxtapose traditional Chinese imagery such as Buddhist symbols […]

Luminothérapie-quartier-des-spectacles-montreal-02
Jan
10

Luminothérapie is Quebec’s largest competition for temporary installations. Organized in two parts, its purpose is to present an original, interactive wintertime experience for visitors to the Quartier des Spectacles, and to stimulate creativity in urban installations and digital art. Until February 1, 2015, Montrealers and visitors are invited to discover two new works, Prismatica by […]

10 interior stairway
Jan
7

St. Jerome’s Centre, a sanctuary for disadvantaged and displaced children on the outskirts of Nakuru, Kenya, isn’t your ordinary structure. It has plenty of natural light and, in a departure from dormitory style which is the norm with other orphanages, there are quiet nooks and crannies for study, reading or just plain relaxing. It’s unique […]

Sugamo-Nakaaoki-Bank-by-Emmanuelle-Moureaux-07
Jan
4

After receiving a well deserved acclamation for the ‘100 Colours’ installations, Tokyo-based French architect Emmanuelle Moureaux has kicked off 2015 with yet another colourful architectural project. Moureaux has designed a colorful facade exterior for the Nakaaoki Branch of the Sugamo Shinkin Bank in Tokyo. Since the site is located on the corner of a major intersection, there […]

architecture-posts-2014
Dec
28

2014 has been an immensely exciting and creatively inspiring year for all of us at DZine Trip. We would like to thank our collaborators, contributing writers, editor-at-large and most importantly all our readers who constantly motivate us to dig deeper in search of unique and inspirational projects.  To wrap up this year, we have compiled a list of […]

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