Posted by Kat Bauman | 4 Apr 2014 | Comments (0) "Shape" is a fun animated exploration of what design can mean and how it shapes our experiences. It's the heart of a project by PIVOT Dublin that has grown over the last few years to include an informative website, educational program and outreach campaign.
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Insulted at his exclusion from the family portrait and tired of the devotion to unfinished surfaces, the dog added his own special patina to the dining room floor. (Photo: Hollis Bennett; Dwell) Filed under Case Study 6006: rubbing it in It was hard to abandon his primary-colored wooden toddler toys, knowing that when he did he would be doomed to living in the adult world of grim grays. Unhappy Hipsters
Ever wonder why there are different glasses for different wines? The idea is that each wine deserves its own type of glass to enhance its unique flavor, aroma and color. It’s an often overlooked part of the experience that every vino-enthusiast has come to appreciate.
Vases by Decha Archjananun February 13th, 2012 The vase deconstructed by student Decha Archjananun.
This laid-back wood-clad bungalow on Cape Town’s Bakoven beach oozes seaside style. The lucky owners are Cathy, Mike and their three children. A lover of bargain finds, the resourceful Cathy did the interiors herself. ‘A well-known interior designer once came up from the beach and had a look, and his advice has always stuck with me – he said that the painting was outside the window and that whatever happened inside shouldn’t compete with it,’ she recalls. Continue reading
House for a Photographer by Hyde+Hyde Architects The dramatic site within an isolated, disused quarry on the edge of the Brecon National Park demanded an architectural intervention of elegant simplicity. With a modest budget and to counter the construction complexities associated with touching the quarry walls, we developed an object building suspended within the basin – collecting light and focusing on distant views like a camera Obscura. We chose to ‘touch the ground lightly’ to heighten the spatial drama and tension between an isolated pure form and the static noise of the exposed rock face. The new home will be constructed of in-situ concrete for the first floor cantilever slab.