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Kinetic sculpture at the BMW Museum (audio swap)
Glass Furniture by Santambrogio Milano : Could this be a new trend ? Glass Furniture by Santambrogio Milano : Could this be a new trend ? Designed by Italian manufacturer Santambrogio Milano these pieces of furniture made from glass are something quite interesting, that you don’t see everyday. The collection uses the ultra-clear Diamant Glass that is produced by Saint Gobain. At a first glance I’ve thought that this design is totally impractical, but after I’ve saw that the design is made using superdurable tempered glass I’ve changed my mind. Who knows maybe this glass furniture design will replace the old wood furniture designs that are right now in every home, because the materials look very good. – Via
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Natural Pools or Natural Swimming Ponds (NSPs) Let nature clean the water... Chemical-free water garden and swimming pool. The plant portion, or regeneration zone, is separated from the swimming area by the wall seen a few inches below the water’s surface. Natural Pools or Swimming Ponds Natural Pools or Swimming Ponds
25 Wrist Tattoos | Penny's Daybook | 25 Wrist Tattoos | Penny's Daybook | There’s always this one question that crosses everyone’s mind at least once in their lives: Tattoos – Should I get one? Yes/No? Tattoos are quiet, inspiring artwork that carry stories and hide secrets on a human canvas. It’s been said that wrist tattoos were used to ward off all sorts of illnesses and diseases. But today, many see wrist tattoos as simple inspirations as they brave through stormy weather – a glance at their wrists and hope fuels them. These 25 wrist tattoos exemplify that.
Artwork : Leslie Ann O'Dell
Fearon Hay Architects
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Small Japanese Homes
Create Beautiful Effects with The Bokeh Kit Create Beautiful Effects with The Bokeh Kit Cordito Keep all of your cords and phone accessories in one fancy, rolled up package. More → Focus Shifter A handle for smooth shifts in focus and a marker board for planning your route More → The Poppy
Kevin Pollard » Blog Archive » Zumthor’s Serpentine Pavilion I’ve just been to see Peter Zumthor’s Serpentine Pavilion in Hyde Park, London, and a number of things stood out. - Acoustically, sounds are muted as the hession that makes up the only material save for the benches absorbs sound, meaning you are more atuned to the sounds inside the pavilion than the dozens of footsteps that would be easily distracting. - The overhanging eaves protect from the weather while allowing you to be outside. The indentation on the underside of the edge of the roof means that rain water flows in sheets precisely into the gravel at the edge of the planted area, so you don’t get wet, it doesn’t splash and the plants benefit. It also negates the need for a traditional gutter. - The shifted bench away from the wall is more comfortable and lends an area to deposit things that are not in the way. Kevin Pollard » Blog Archive » Zumthor’s Serpentine Pavilion
Crater Lake - Wood Installation by 24° Studio Inspiring Installation A winner at the 2011 Shitsurai Art International Competition, Crater Lake is an environmental installation that serves as a meeting place to visit with friends, contemplate the surroundings, or simply sit for a moment. The design was inspired by the social revitalization of the city of Kobe, Japan after the Great Hanshin-Awaji earthquake of 1995. Multiple ideas and materials were tested to realize the complexity of the smooth and undulating form. Wood was chosen for its strong structural capacity, easiness to work with, and natural qualities. Crater Lake - Wood Installation by 24° Studio
Your Rainbow Panorama Your Rainbow Panorama “Your rainbow panorama” is a great permanent work of art by Olafur Eliasson made for the rooftop of ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum (Denmark), and provides the visitors a unique panoramic visual experience. It’s 150 meters of circular walkway, three meters wide made in glass, a diameter of 52 meters, mounted on 3.5 meters columns. The project, as Olafur Eliasson says, inspires a rich dialogue between visual arts and architecture, but also between our inner present-and-immediate perceptions and our previous unconscious calculations of values.
Brilliant Stairs photos
Imaginative Package Designs Packaging is a very important marketing strategy to glamorize a product in order to attract the consumer's attention. Often however, packaging can be neglected by business. Here I have compiled a selection of beautiful packaging designs, some conceptual and some that made it to the shelves but all great examples of the designer going the extra mile to ensure that all important first impression is a positive one. Imaginative Package Designs - Design Imaginative Package Designs - Design
Exhibition: Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance at Galerie BSL Exhibition: Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance at Galerie BSL Suggested Reading The Story of Eames Furniture Brimming with images and insightful text, this unique book is the benchmark reference on what is arguably the most influential and important furniture brand of our time. [more...] Buy it here: Amazon The Guggenheim: Frank Lloyd Wright and the Making of the Modern Museum First-ever book to explore the process behind one of the greatest modern buildings in America.
ArchDaily | Broadcasting Architecture Worldwide ArchDaily | Broadcasting Architecture Worldwide This article by Marc Kristal from Metropolis Magazine, originally titled “Digital Details,” looks at the work of NRI, a New York company that is leading the way when it comes to 3D Printing (or rather, additive manufacturing) – finding that there is a craft in these machine-produced models after all. First things first: The term “3-D printing” is a misnomer according to Arthur Young-Spivey, the digital fabrication specialist at NRI—a 116-year-old, New York–headquartered supplier of reprographic services to architects and their tradespeople. “The correct term is ‘additive manufacturing,’” he explains. “People call it 3-D printing because it enables you to wrap your head around it, but in some ways it’s confusing.”
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FRONT - The funniest, sexiest magazine on Earth Welcome to the eye-meltingly sexy FRONT 191 with the radtastic Rebecca Fox! This is her FIRST EVER covershoot for FRONT (beautifully enhanced by the one and only Buff Monster, illustration supremo) and you have to admit it’s the sexiest bloomin’ thing you’ve ever seen! But not only that, we’re packing some serious heat with… Ten years of Kanye West’s idiocy.Chad Muska talks to us about being the most talented skater ever.Austin from Of Mice & Men answers our 20 Questions.We found out, who the heck are The Hell?We talk to the newest and prettiest face in hip-hop – Gavlyn.Okami is this months incredible Alt Girl.Robert Rodriguez gives his advice on winning at movies.We welcome the stunning Zoe McGarry back to FRONT magazine.Jeremy from A Day To Remember runs through his mixtape.We take a look at the past 20(ish) years of pop-punk.
Bartlett School of Architecture, Year 1, Brook Lin - Drawing film, UCL
Category: floating stairs Cantilever, wide and floating Staircase is at Hilti Headquarters in Schaan by Baumschlager Eberle More...
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