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News Treelife We are excited to announce that our first offline event, TreeLife by TCH, will be unveiled in a major city in 2013. This event will showcase innovative and creative sustainable architecture, and illustrate that green can co-exist with urban city life. The world's first major public exhibition of 'green design' treehouses, TreeLife will bring the biggest names in international architecture, design and art into the one public place for the first time, showcasing cutting edge green and sustainable design. Life in the trees Treehouses have become creative eco-statements in the design world. Global program of events: To celebrate the incredible temporary environment created by TreeLife, the exhibition will host a program of events that will vary from city to city. Art-life: Green-themed, organic art installations placed around treehouses including topiary. Silent Cinema: Public, open-air "silent" movie screenings using wireless, sound-proof headphones. Rollerdisco: A 70s "rollerskate" rink.

BLOND WHITE DINNERWARE BY THE RELIEF GROUP < TABLETOP < COLLECTION < DESIGN HOUSE STOCKHOLM A raised pattern of dots and stripes adds tactility and visuality to a classic design. Blond is made of new bone china, and consists of different cups, saucers, plates and bowls. The dinner set was invented by the Relief Group more than 10 years ago under the leadership of Signe Persson Melin, Sweden’s first professor of ceramics. Zerocalcare Masters of Paper Art and Paper Sculptures To most people, making a paper plane could be one of the simplest thing to do. It’s the simplest and easiest form of paper art, for this case a flying art. However, there’s a special minority who takes thing to the next level. They can turn the basic form of origami – which is folding a paper in half – together with a little cutting, folding, bending, shaping, and more paper folding, into an utmost creative artwork you have ever seen. Credit: Sculpture by Simon Schubert In this post, we will attempt to show how these minority, creative minded folks turn a very thin slice of wood – paper – into wonders, and bringing paper art to the next level. Jen Stark Jen Stark is a contemporary artist whose majority of work involves creating paper sculptures. Over and out Reciprocal Enchant Coriolis Effect Simon Schubert Emma Van Leest Daniel Grein A trained designer for digital and print media from University of Applied Sciences Schwäbisch Gmünd Germany. Elodole Helen Musselwhite Carlos N. Olafur Eliasson Mr.

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