Archives for the month of: October, 2013

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Designed by Basten Leijh and presented at the Dutch Design Week, the bike is made of two pieces of layered plywood covered in a 6 layers of weather-resistant varnish. Held together by aluminum beams and requires no welding to assemble.

For more information about the bike or the designer follow the link here.

Created by global design consultants 2×4 for Midnight Moment; the largest coordinated effort in history by the sign operators in Times Square to display synchronized, cutting-edge creative content on electronic billboards and newspaper kiosks throughout Times Square every evening.

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Designed by Kacper Hamilton, this glassware set is named after a British tale of a 19th century gentleman that was notorious for forgetting to pass the port.

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Instead of focusing on the wide photos of galleries or artwork that we are used to seeing, Berlin based von Rauch shows us the fine details of artworks behind the scenes of gallery openings.

Images of art restoration, sculptures in storage, and the details of frames and stretched canvas make it difficult to place the gallery or name the artwork and instead leaves us with abstract images full of textures and somber scenery.

Visit her website for the full gallery of images and other works.

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Approved by the Cupertino City Council, the 2$Bn building designed by British Firm will cover 260,000 square meters with park on the interior and exterior of the circular building.

For more information and details about the project follow the link here.

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Mimicking the molecular structure of carbon atoms, London studio Loop.pH has created a structure made from fibre glass and carbon. Named the SOL Dome, it has solar cells at the base of the structure, which in turn power an animated light show that projects onto the surface on the structure.

For more information about the SOL Dome and a short movie about the project click here.

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iOS 7 lock screen and Contacts app inspired business card, by Beasty Design.

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Winner of Future Project of the Year award for this years World Architecture Festival, designed by Brisbane studio Cox Rayner Architects, will consist of five halls facing the harbor and a observation tower that will also double as the power plant for the museum.