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silver&silver streetsick: Larry Sultan Mike Mandel 1977 oldtimefriend: Chelsea Art Ball, London, 1958-1959, Sergio Larrain (Source: secretcinema1) Design You Trust – Design and Beyond! The CP1 Lounge Chair was created by the famous Charles Pollock for Bernhardt Design. Charles Pollock, in case you didn’t know, was the one who dreamed up the office chair back in 1963. He died in 2013 in a fire, but came up with one last creation before he died. Continue reading “Daily Gadget Inspiration #83” » Unbelievable way of opening doors by rotating it with a gentle push.

Bloesem Friday, 4 March 2016 by Irene Hoofs We're officially moving to our new online platform, BloesemDesign.com! *throws confetti and pops champagne* It's been a long time coming and we're beyond thrilled to finally share with you guys this big step we're taking. Can't believe it's been almost 10 years since I started this blog as a space to share my interior inspirations.. So it sure feels pretty surreal to think how this blog has progressed and blossomed to a full-service creative studio complete with an amazing team behind it. The blog posts from both Bloesem Living and Bloesem Kids will continue to roll out, but on our integrated platform BloesemDesign.com instead!

Julika Welge at Designersblock London 2010 Julika Weldge is presenting her project growing carpet. This carpet consists of single identical parts that can be stuck together variously. The single parts hold together because of their undercutting form. Additional fasteners become unnecessary. After an order the customer receives the single elements in number and colour of his choice. He can combine the different parts and playfully stick them together – creating his own carpet.

Inspirations pastel world credits and source: 1 photo by Tim Walker, Film & Video The following films are presented for educational and non-commercial use only. All copyrights belong to the artists. About UbuWeb Film & Video UbuWeb is pleased to present hundreds of avant-garde films & videos for your viewing pleasure. THAT'S LIKE WHOA - Part 15 The Decelerator: a Slow Motion Perception HelmetArtist Lorenz Potthast has figured out a way to slow down time. Ok, not really, but his Decelerator Helmet certainly manages to trick the mind into believing time is slowing. The helmet takes a video signal from the outside mounted camera that is displayed on the screen of the helmet and simultaneously inside the helmet for the user to see.

Rectangle shoes by Maria Nina Vaclavek reveal feet outlines These rectangular shoes by student designer Maria Nina Vaclavek play on the contrast between geometric forms and the curving shape of the wearers feet (+ slideshow). Maria Nina Vaclavek said that the process used to make her Rectangle shoes was based on the way early humans formed their primitive leather footwear. "I chose the first shoe ever made by man in prehistoric times to brace against cold and chafing as an inspiration," Vaclavek told Dezeen. "I based my work more on the method of fabrication than the visual aspect of the shoe."

The Murphy Life: Foldaway Side Table Do-it-yourself decorating allows you to customize your home, apartment, condo, or room with DIY accents that transform your space on a budget without completing a full-scale remodel. Whether you're a beginner or an expert, we guide you with instructions, tutorials, and step-by-step photos for indoor and outdoor projects and room makeovers. We have tips, techniques, and tools to get you started on paint projects, the easiest way to freshen up a space or decor item. But it doesn't stop there! We'll demonstrate how to make over furniture with paint, reupholster cushions with fabric, update garage sale items with wallet-friendly crafts tutorials using fabric and paper, and create DIY wall art for any space using a variety of materials and techniques.

Le voyage créatif Let me take you with me on one of my afternoon strolls through the city. It takes time to get to know a new place, and I’m an eager explorer. So I use as much time as I can running between work and some classes to sniff out places I can call my own. Now, Sir Drake hotel may not be mine, but last week after I had met this model, I needed a petite moment of awe and quiet to get back out there. Ask The Dust Many people prefer personal computer pcs above notebooks, and even for good explanation. They tend to be reliable and will do issues notebook computers are not able to. Nonetheless, as a way to truly take full advantage of everything that a desktop has to offer, there are certain things you ought to know. You will definately get that information and facts within this item. Join an online group for those who find out about personal computers.

Revolutionary Ocean Skyscraper Designed for Research Designed by French architect Jacques Rougerie, the 170 feet (51m) tall SeaOrbiter will be the first vertical skyscraper ship of its kind. Two-thirds of the spectacular vessel is underwater, perfect for accommodating a team of 18-22 researchers who will be able to spend 24 hours a day underwater. Researchers will use the facilities for a variety of purposes, including studying marine biology and climate change, looking for shipwrecks, and even utilizing pressurized environments to simulate being in space for astronauts. To top it off, the craft is completely sustainable with its power coming from solar, wind and waves. “One of the first users will be the science community,” says Rougerie. “It’s designed to explore the ocean in a new way, mainly spending time under the sea, giving people the opportunity to live under the sea for a very long time, to observe, to undertake research missions, like marine biology, oceanography and climate issues.”

Ora-Ïto's Nikeames trainer is an homage to Charles and Ray French designer Ora-Ïto has developed a conceptual trainer with curved veneer sections to reference the work of Modernist furniture designers Charles and Ray Eames. Ora-Ïto pays tribute to the late American couple with the Nikeames shoe design, which he imagines could be produced by sports brand Nike. The wooden sections designed to wrap around the shoe take influence from the moulded plywood shell of the Eames Lounge 670 armchair, designed for Herman Miller in 1956.

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