• johammer-electric-motorcycle-01

    Electric motorcycle for the speed lovers

    Saturday, April 19, 2014

    Are you a green loving biker, yet cannot compromise with style, performance and most importantly speed? The Johammer J1 is the frst serial state of the art electric motorcycle with a reach beyond 200 kilometres. Designed and produced in Austria, the electric chopper is an ultimate combination of an unique concept, unconventional design and innovation technology.  Installed […]

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    Dinosaur museum in Canada marries sculpture with structure

    Wednesday, April 16, 2014

    “It’s skin and bones,” says Project Manager Martin Baron of Teeple Architects in Toronto. “The metal roof is the skin and the wooden legs are the bones.” Teeple Architects are the visionaries behind the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum in Wembley, Alberta, 22 kilometers west of Grande Prairie.  It’s an apt metaphor for the new museum next to one of […]

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  • interactive-lighting-installation-by-miguel-chevalier-01

    Interactive lighting installation at a church in Morocco

    Tuesday, April 15, 2014

    Magic Carpets 2014 is an interactive lighting installation that was rolled out on the floor of the former Sacred Heart of Casablanca Church in Morocco. Created by French artist Miguel Chevalier in collaboration with French Institut and Voxels Productions, the light display draws inspiration from the the world of biology, microorganisms, and cellular automata. Similar to a cell’s ability of multiplying in abundance, dividing and […]

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  • abraham-poincheval-lives-inside-a-bear-carcass-for-two-weeks-01

    French artist spends two weeks inside a bear

    Friday, April 11, 2014

    In a quest to confront life in an extreme situation, French performing artist Abraham PointchevalAbraham Pointcheva has tried a couple of experiments to discover the unexplored situations in life. In the past, he immured himself for a week inside a bookstore in Marseille and also got himself buried in a deep hole in front of the Town Hall of […]

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  • pibal-bicycle-by-philippe-starck-and-peugeot-01

    Pibal bicycle by Philippe Starck and Peugeot

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

    In the present times, bicycle commuting has become immensely popular among urban dwellers. While biking at a lower speed on an empty street or a lesser busy road is the safest option to avoid accidents, it can get rather challenging and dangerous to bike during heavy traffic hours. In an attempt to address this issue, […]

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  • the-bride-lamp-by-mammalampa-01

    Lamp designs inspired by bridal style

    Monday, April 7, 2014

    Latvian design studio mammalampa has created an unique collection of lamps called The Bride. As the name suggests, the design has been inspired by bridal style. Similar to a bride’s personalized style, each and every lampshade has an unique personality characterized by an unique pattern in which it was woven.  According to the designers, “The Bride’s “dress” is […]

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  • Cardboard-Cathedral-NewZealand-01

    Cathedral built with cardboard and shipping containers

    Saturday, April 5, 2014

    The city of Christchurch in  South Island of New Zealand witnessed a black period in February 2011 when a massive earthquake measuring a magnitude of 6.3 struck the city causing 185 deaths and huge damage to the city’s infrastructure. Amongst the several buildings, the iconic Christchurch Cathedral was one of them which was completely destroyed. In an immediate response […]

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  • The-Jane-Restaurant-Antwerp-Piet-Boon-Studio-02

    Church transformed into a high-end restaurant in Antwerp

    Monday, March 31, 2014

    Michelin-star chef Sergio Herman and chef Nick Bril’s creative vision of a “fine dining meets rock ’n roll” themed restaurant was transformed into a reality by Dutch design studio Piet Boon. The high-end, contemporary restaurant named The Jane was brought into existence by revamping the interiors of a church of a former military hospital in Antwerp, Belgium. […]

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  • superbambi-chair-scoope-design-1

    One furniture piece with multiple functions

    Friday, March 28, 2014

    It’s a chair, it’s a stepladder, it’s a table! Superbambi is a multi-functional contemporary piece of furniture designed by  Scoope Design. Described as a “Superhero Chair” by the designers, the wooden chair is composed of two movable and interlocking pieces (Orange & White).  You can create different furniture objects by easily rearranging the orange piece and inserting its […]

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  • modern-elevated-house-by-hyde+hyde-architects-01

    Photographer’s home by Hyde+Hyde Architects

    Wednesday, March 26, 2014

    This modern house has been designed by Hyde+Hyde Architects for a photographer client at the bottom of an unused quarry in South Wales’ Brecon National Park. The two story house is conceived as a rectangular form elevated from the ground level. While the concrete slab covered in corten clad SIPs (structural insulated panels) ensures a high level […]

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johammer-electric-motorcycle-01
Apr
19

Are you a green loving biker, yet cannot compromise with style, performance and most importantly speed? The Johammer J1 is the frst serial state of the art electric motorcycle with a reach beyond 200 kilometres. Designed and produced in Austria, the electric chopper is an ultimate combination of an unique concept, unconventional design and innovation technology.  Installed […]

dinosaur-musuem-in-alberta-by-teeple-architects-07
Apr
16

“It’s skin and bones,” says Project Manager Martin Baron of Teeple Architects in Toronto. “The metal roof is the skin and the wooden legs are the bones.” Teeple Architects are the visionaries behind the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum in Wembley, Alberta, 22 kilometers west of Grande Prairie.  It’s an apt metaphor for the new museum next to one of […]

interactive-lighting-installation-by-miguel-chevalier-01
Apr
15

Magic Carpets 2014 is an interactive lighting installation that was rolled out on the floor of the former Sacred Heart of Casablanca Church in Morocco. Created by French artist Miguel Chevalier in collaboration with French Institut and Voxels Productions, the light display draws inspiration from the the world of biology, microorganisms, and cellular automata. Similar to a cell’s ability of multiplying in abundance, dividing and […]

abraham-poincheval-lives-inside-a-bear-carcass-for-two-weeks-01
Apr
11

In a quest to confront life in an extreme situation, French performing artist Abraham PointchevalAbraham Pointcheva has tried a couple of experiments to discover the unexplored situations in life. In the past, he immured himself for a week inside a bookstore in Marseille and also got himself buried in a deep hole in front of the Town Hall of […]

pibal-bicycle-by-philippe-starck-and-peugeot-01
Apr
9

In the present times, bicycle commuting has become immensely popular among urban dwellers. While biking at a lower speed on an empty street or a lesser busy road is the safest option to avoid accidents, it can get rather challenging and dangerous to bike during heavy traffic hours. In an attempt to address this issue, […]

the-bride-lamp-by-mammalampa-01
Apr
7

Latvian design studio mammalampa has created an unique collection of lamps called The Bride. As the name suggests, the design has been inspired by bridal style. Similar to a bride’s personalized style, each and every lampshade has an unique personality characterized by an unique pattern in which it was woven.  According to the designers, “The Bride’s “dress” is […]

Cardboard-Cathedral-NewZealand-01
Apr
5

The city of Christchurch in  South Island of New Zealand witnessed a black period in February 2011 when a massive earthquake measuring a magnitude of 6.3 struck the city causing 185 deaths and huge damage to the city’s infrastructure. Amongst the several buildings, the iconic Christchurch Cathedral was one of them which was completely destroyed. In an immediate response […]

The-Jane-Restaurant-Antwerp-Piet-Boon-Studio-02
Mar
31

Michelin-star chef Sergio Herman and chef Nick Bril’s creative vision of a “fine dining meets rock ’n roll” themed restaurant was transformed into a reality by Dutch design studio Piet Boon. The high-end, contemporary restaurant named The Jane was brought into existence by revamping the interiors of a church of a former military hospital in Antwerp, Belgium. […]

superbambi-chair-scoope-design-1
Mar
28

It’s a chair, it’s a stepladder, it’s a table! Superbambi is a multi-functional contemporary piece of furniture designed by  Scoope Design. Described as a “Superhero Chair” by the designers, the wooden chair is composed of two movable and interlocking pieces (Orange & White).  You can create different furniture objects by easily rearranging the orange piece and inserting its […]

modern-elevated-house-by-hyde+hyde-architects-01
Mar
26

This modern house has been designed by Hyde+Hyde Architects for a photographer client at the bottom of an unused quarry in South Wales’ Brecon National Park. The two story house is conceived as a rectangular form elevated from the ground level. While the concrete slab covered in corten clad SIPs (structural insulated panels) ensures a high level […]

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