• b-and-bee-stacked-festival-housing-01

    Alternative shelter for festival goers

    Tuesday, July 29, 2014

    Recently spotted at the Gentse Feesten, an annually held music and theater festival in Ghent, Belgium, this beehive-like structure is a cozy alternative to the uncomfortable camping and overpriced hotels during festival times. B-and-Bee is a mobile, modular, and stackable sleeping cell developed by Achilles Design and One Small Step, and produced and operated by social entrepreneurs Barbara Vanthorreof Compaan and Ron hermans of Labeur. The structure […]

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    Celebrating love of humanity at The Temple of Agape

    Thursday, July 24, 2014

    Temple of Agape at the “Festival of Love” in London “I have decided to stick with love”…This beautiful thought was put in words by the great American humanitarian Martin Luther King and has resonated well into the hearts of the Southbank Centre team and artists Morag Myerscough and Luke Morgan. The duo along with a bunch of […]

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  • structure-inspired-by-first-nations-architecture-01

    Structure inspired by first nations architecture

    Wednesday, July 23, 2014

    Montreal & Ottawa based architectural practice Rubin & Rotman Architects in collaboration with architect Douglas Cardinal has designed the Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute built near the Chibougamau town in Central Quebec, Canada. The building’s concept turns to the classic architecture of the Cree people’s traditional longhouse, the shaptuan, and to the particular context of the village of Oujé-Bougoumou. […]

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    Cella renders urban spaces green

    Tuesday, July 22, 2014

    Yongkyu Kim and Jonghyun Baek of Landscape design company Ecoid have created an innovative product designed to bring urban dwellers closer to nature. Cella is an unique contemporary planter created after a rigorous research and development. It was first developed while Yongkyu Kim was working on a green roof research project called “Mosspebble” at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. Cella is […]

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  • bird-in-upcycled-nest-10

    Bird Nest installation touts ecological breakthrough

    Thursday, July 17, 2014

    Scour the forest floor for wood and leaves, add a collection of recyclables from local rubbish bins and presto, you have a giant bird’s nest smack dab in the middle of a forest 40 kilometers from Imperia, Italy. Bird in Upcycled Nest is the latest creation from British artist and activist Char Evans and her not-for-profit […]

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  • melissa-store-nyc-we-are-flowers-installation-softlab-01

    Floral installation adorns the interiors of a NYC boutique

    Tuesday, July 15, 2014

    Well known for their out of the box ideas and unique installations, New York based design studio SOFTlab has combined their explorations of technology and craft to create a massive floral installation at the Brazilian boutique Melissa in New York city. Titled We Are Flowers, the installation is created with 20,000 translucent flowers that resemble a large immersive hanging surface […]

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    Textile collages of African wildlife by Sophie Standing

    Monday, July 14, 2014

    UK born multidisciplinary artist Sophie Standing‘s textile art experimentation have resulted into a series of colorful textile collages of animals. Living in Kenya, Sophie draws much of her inspiration from the African wildlife. This combined with her passion for fabrics and textiles has enabled her to create an unique series of textile art featuring animals that are […]

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    Grovemade introduces wood watch with a numberless dial

    Wednesday, July 9, 2014

    Well known for their state-of-the-art, handcrafted wooden iPhone cases and desk products, Portland based design studio Grovemade has expanded their realm of creativity by introducing their latest Grovemade Wood Watch. Designed in collaboration with Stefen Andren, Wood Watch is a minimalist watch design which marks a total absence of numbers on the dial. Instead, the wooden analog watch […]

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    Sculptural furniture by designer Joseph Walsh

    Tuesday, July 8, 2014

    After a well acclaimed response for his furniture collection Formations, Irish designer and craftsman Joseph Walsh is back with his latest project called Magnus Celestii. Showcased recently at the  New Art Centre at Roche Court in UK, the sculptural furniture piece is the first work of this scale realized by Joseph Walsh’s studio. The title of the pieces derives from the […]

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  • duffy-london-abyss-table-01

    Table design represents the phenomenal ocean depths

    Sunday, July 6, 2014

    “And when you gaze long into an abyss, the abyss also gazes into you” – Friedrich Nietzsche. That’s exactly what designer Christopher Duffy‘s latest creation “Abyss Table” demonstrates. Built with multiple layers of stacked glass and high grade wooden slices, the design is concerned with depth, and creates a geological cross-section as mesmerizing as the sea. “I was looking […]

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b-and-bee-stacked-festival-housing-01
Jul
29

Recently spotted at the Gentse Feesten, an annually held music and theater festival in Ghent, Belgium, this beehive-like structure is a cozy alternative to the uncomfortable camping and overpriced hotels during festival times. B-and-Bee is a mobile, modular, and stackable sleeping cell developed by Achilles Design and One Small Step, and produced and operated by social entrepreneurs Barbara Vanthorreof Compaan and Ron hermans of Labeur. The structure […]

festival-of-love-temple-of-agape-01
Jul
24

Temple of Agape at the “Festival of Love” in London “I have decided to stick with love”…This beautiful thought was put in words by the great American humanitarian Martin Luther King and has resonated well into the hearts of the Southbank Centre team and artists Morag Myerscough and Luke Morgan. The duo along with a bunch of […]

structure-inspired-by-first-nations-architecture-01
Jul
23

Montreal & Ottawa based architectural practice Rubin & Rotman Architects in collaboration with architect Douglas Cardinal has designed the Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute built near the Chibougamau town in Central Quebec, Canada. The building’s concept turns to the classic architecture of the Cree people’s traditional longhouse, the shaptuan, and to the particular context of the village of Oujé-Bougoumou. […]

cella-house-plant-holder-01
Jul
22

Yongkyu Kim and Jonghyun Baek of Landscape design company Ecoid have created an innovative product designed to bring urban dwellers closer to nature. Cella is an unique contemporary planter created after a rigorous research and development. It was first developed while Yongkyu Kim was working on a green roof research project called “Mosspebble” at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. Cella is […]

bird-in-upcycled-nest-10
Jul
17

Scour the forest floor for wood and leaves, add a collection of recyclables from local rubbish bins and presto, you have a giant bird’s nest smack dab in the middle of a forest 40 kilometers from Imperia, Italy. Bird in Upcycled Nest is the latest creation from British artist and activist Char Evans and her not-for-profit […]

melissa-store-nyc-we-are-flowers-installation-softlab-01
Jul
15

Well known for their out of the box ideas and unique installations, New York based design studio SOFTlab has combined their explorations of technology and craft to create a massive floral installation at the Brazilian boutique Melissa in New York city. Titled We Are Flowers, the installation is created with 20,000 translucent flowers that resemble a large immersive hanging surface […]

textile-collage-african-wildlife-sophie-standing-09
Jul
14

UK born multidisciplinary artist Sophie Standing‘s textile art experimentation have resulted into a series of colorful textile collages of animals. Living in Kenya, Sophie draws much of her inspiration from the African wildlife. This combined with her passion for fabrics and textiles has enabled her to create an unique series of textile art featuring animals that are […]

grovemade-wooden-watch-01
Jul
9

Well known for their state-of-the-art, handcrafted wooden iPhone cases and desk products, Portland based design studio Grovemade has expanded their realm of creativity by introducing their latest Grovemade Wood Watch. Designed in collaboration with Stefen Andren, Wood Watch is a minimalist watch design which marks a total absence of numbers on the dial. Instead, the wooden analog watch […]

sculptural-bench-by-joseph-walsh-02
Jul
8

After a well acclaimed response for his furniture collection Formations, Irish designer and craftsman Joseph Walsh is back with his latest project called Magnus Celestii. Showcased recently at the  New Art Centre at Roche Court in UK, the sculptural furniture piece is the first work of this scale realized by Joseph Walsh’s studio. The title of the pieces derives from the […]

duffy-london-abyss-table-01
Jul
6

“And when you gaze long into an abyss, the abyss also gazes into you” – Friedrich Nietzsche. That’s exactly what designer Christopher Duffy‘s latest creation “Abyss Table” demonstrates. Built with multiple layers of stacked glass and high grade wooden slices, the design is concerned with depth, and creates a geological cross-section as mesmerizing as the sea. “I was looking […]

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