東海建築「自身的建築」期末評圖 評圖來賓： 王惟顥，建築師(Licensed Architect)，UCL Bartlett 建築碩士。 賴伯威，建築師(Licensed Architect)，Harvard University GSD 建築與都市設計碩士。 Advertising - Sweet Station - StumbleUpon Keyboard Coasters It’s ok to spill on this keyboard! A simple and modern set of coasters to complement your desk. Click here to buy. Invisible Bookend With this new piece Paul Cocksedge asks the question: would you want to own something, when all you can see is what it does, not what it is? Kobi Levi Kobi Levi designed a series of high heels featuring some popular Disney evil villains. Blow Wall Shelf Effortlessly dancing between installation art and functional object, YOY Idea’s Blow Shelf takes inspiration from a pile of sheet paper being blown in the wind. Pocket Cup This portable silicone cup crafted in the shape of a leaf can be folded and kept in the pocket. Animal Wine Rack Loving this series of animal shaped wood wine racks from Conte-Bleu, a design company based in Seoul, South Korea. Safari Hooks Wild walls. Snurk Geogami Bed Sheet Set Snurk is a Dutch design label, known for cushions and bed linen with photographic prints with-a-twist. Shark Socks by Lisa Grossman Cyclops iPad Case
Live Green - The Houses That PET Plastic Built Eco-minded architects and designers are making treasure out of trash by recycling used PET bottles into beautiful, sustainable, buildings. Eco-minded architects and designers are making treasure out of trash by recycling used PET bottles into beautiful, sustainable, buildings. One of the wonderful things about being recycle-minded is that every piece of trash is an opportunity to recreate something wonderful. Eco-tec, an award-winning Honduran company, has used recycled PET plastic bottles for construction of houses, water tanks, and even schools. Using some 8,000 PET recycled bottles, Eco-Tec created the “casa ecológica” or ecological house, as a means of providing sustainable construction methods and employment in Honduras. 70% of the structures built by Eco-Tec are made up of recycled PET bottles reclaimed from landfills and local clean-up projects. Each casa ecologica has a “living roof” made from sod and turf which insulates the house better than a conventional roof.
Endless possibilities >>> an Athenian “Capriccio” shows imagined versions of the city | ARCHI | SCAPES Could this be a “Capriccio Palladiano” set in Athens (originally an imaginary view of Venice’s Canal Grande by Italian painter Canaletto) ? Or a contemporary version of Giovanni Battista Piranesi‘s “Campo Marzio” (a ‘collage’ of Rome at various moments in history) ? Certainly it’s not Venice… or Rome for that matter. But these visualizations of Athens in unlikely, imagined or downright wrong conditions surely reinterpret the work of the Italian masters. Greek architects Point Supreme show they are able to blend a strong theoretical and provocative work with beautiful eye-catching images and inspired architectural design. Athens heaven 02 “Frontal Sea” – Vouliagmeni, Athens urban sea-terminal – Athens “What if” Athens 2 Strefi Pool Collage – Athens Disruptive Athens “What if” Athens 1 Tourkovounia Collage – Athens “Legit undervalued 01″ – Disaster in Athens “Kawaii” – Insular Athens Amusement park Athens Athens heaven 01 London festival / Athens Athens heaven 04 Kotzia Square – Athens Athina, Greece
"The Art of Clean Up": El arte de ordenar | noquedanblogs.com - StumbleUpon por Ursus Werhli, vía bumbumbum “The Art of Clean Up” es un libro del artista alemán Ursus Werhli, aquí recopila distintos objetos y situaciones completamente organizadas. If children’s drawings were made into toys… Email There is a studio which creates soft toys based on children’s drawings that their parents send in. Once completed, parents can buy these toys for their children, which I think is a very interesting concept and business model. But what is more interesting is seeing these weird creatures that come “alive” as toys. Leave your comment! You might also like these posts on other blogs: Inspiring and Innovative Response to Urban Rooftop Mandela Park, by Karres en Brands Landscape, Almere, The Netherlands. Almere in The Netherlands is the perfect example of a low-density city constructed from zero. Architects had a great opportunity here to demonstrate to the world how innovative and contemporary design works. Mandela Park, which opened in 2011, was designed by Karres en Brands Landscape and planned by OMA as part of the master plan for the next stage in the development of Almere. This plan focuses on the location of future business areas. Mandela Park Overview. Designing the Urban Rooftop As you can imagine, creating a new business center means ensuring easy availability and providing for new parking needs in the area. Section through car park. Human and Urban Scale Work Together The freed rectangular space of Mandela Park contrasts with the 120-meter-tall office towers in front of it. Mandela Park Overview. Mandela Park. Masterplan of park broken into distinct sections. Related Articles: The Giant Patchwork More Posts
Throwable Panoramic Ball Camera has us seeing spherical potential - SlashGear - StumbleUpon Each time there is a new way to capture media, especially when that means is inexpensive, the world goes nuts trying to see how they can show off their life and times with it. That's what's about to happen with this ball camera, the Throwable Panoramic Ball Camera, that is, a project that's currently Patent Pending and has been in the works, apparently, since back in 2010. The project has progressed to the point here in late 2011 where the designers feel it strong enough to present to the public - just toss it up in the air and at it's peak - SNAP - you've got a complete 360 degree view of the environment the ball is in. This is more than a panoramic view, it's a whole new experience. Have a look at this video and see how it strikes you: This device contains 36 mobile phone camera modules and takes a full sphere of images right at the peak of flight. [via Pfeil]
25 Cool Ideas To Display Family Photos On Your Walls Family portrait by Lori Andrews (via designcrushblog) We all have family photos that we love. Most of them live well in photo albums but the best of them could and should be displayed throughout the house. Displaying pictures could be challenging but we can and will make the process more easy for you. mixed and matched family photos Family photo heart display Family photo ladder Family photo tree Family photos above your sofa Family photo clocks Family photos around tv Family photos on wires Modern family photo tree Family photos on the whole wall (via pinterest) A large family photo covering the whole wall (via poppytalk) LOVE family photo display on clothspins (via bios) Historical family photo display (via skonahem) String lights family photo display (via pinterest) DIY Natural Wood Photo Display (via pinterest) Modern and creative kids photo display (via flickr) Interchangeable family photos for every wall (via pinterest)
9 CÁCH SÁNG TẠO NỘI DUNG HAY NHẤT ĐỂ... - Truyền thông Trăng Đen Treehotel...Sleep in Nature! The Mirror cubePhoto © Peter Lundstrom, WDO | Treehotel In a heavily wooded country like Sweden, it comes as no surprise when one comes across a hotel deep in the forest. However, the Treehotel is something beyond the ordinary. Located in Harads, a village in the northern part of the country with only 600 inhabitants, the hotel has made the forested region a touristic attraction. Designed by some of Scandinavia’s leading architects such as Martin Videgård and Bolle Tham as well as Mårten & Gustav Cyrén, the hotel promises to reconnect its guests with nature. The Mirror cube (interior)Photo © Peter Lundstrom, WDO | Treehotel The Mirrorcube includes a queen size bed designed by Martin Videgård and Bolle Tham and blends into the forest surroundings due to the mirrored walls, which reflect the surroundings. The CabinPhoto © Peter Lundstrom, WDO | Treehotel The Cabin (interior)Photo © Peter Lundstrom, WDO | Treehotel The Birds nestPhoto © Peter Lundstrom, WDO | Treehotel sources: Treehotel
A Cathedral Made from 55,000 LED Lights The Luminarie De Cagna is an imposing cathedral-like structure that was recently on display at the 2012 Light Festival in Ghent, Belgium. The festival was host to almost 30 exhibitions including plenty of 3D projection mapping, fields of luminous flowers, and a glowing phone booth aquarium, however with 55,000 LEDs and towering 28 meters high the Luminarie De Cagna seems to have stolen the show. ( via stijn coppens, sacha vanhecke, sector271) #2ReFi: reality fiction - displacements: an x'scape journal