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Dutchbeach art installation sees massive symmetric designs around the Netherlands

  massive temporary geoglyphs dot the beaches  along the north sea; in the Netherlands.  featuring motifs of plants; and human portraits escalated to huge dominating designs. they are mostly of several feet in length and made very close to sea … Continue reading Dutchbeach art installation sees massive symmetric designs around the Netherlands

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Super Magnification of insects by the ALPA’S SWITAR LENS

in the world of macro photography, swiss-optical company ALPA challenges the limits of photography as we know it. its latest product, the exclusive rodenstock/ALPA lens macro switar 105 mm,  allows users to display even the smallest parts of insect hair. photographer bernhard schurian extensively … Continue reading Super Magnification of insects by the ALPA’S SWITAR LENS

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BIG just completed TIRPITZ; an underground glass façade in Denmark

The new TIRPITZ  transform and expands a historic German WWII bunker into a groundbreaking cultural complex comprising four exhibitions within a single structure, seamlessly embedded into the protected shorelands of Blåvand in western Denmark. The construction of the 2,800 m2 … Continue reading BIG just completed TIRPITZ; an underground glass façade in Denmark

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How much is your trash; a 4year experiment hopes to find out

Antoine Repessé stopped throwing away his recyclable trash. The photographer  collected  his empty plastics from the toilet, old magazine, and cartons of his favourite cereals.  And for four years, he accumulated  waste (mostly inorganic) in his apartment; leavening him little room … Continue reading How much is your trash; a 4year experiment hopes to find out

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University of Stuttgart explores digital Fabrication with Pavillion

The Institute for Computational Design and Construction (ICD) and the Institute of Building Structures and Structural Design (ITKE) at the University of Stuttgart have completed a new research pavilion exploring building-scale fabrication of glass and carbon fibre-reinforced composites. The novel … Continue reading University of Stuttgart explores digital Fabrication with Pavillion

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Jazzy Li’s curation of the Museum of Islamic Art celebrates IM Pei

Yueqi Jazzy Li showcased some of his recent photos on the monumental that is The Museum of Islamic Art, Doha;  eight years after the building completed in Doha. Jazzy Li , who is New York-based  photographer, captures the unique features … Continue reading Jazzy Li’s curation of the Museum of Islamic Art celebrates IM Pei

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Factory Fifteen Studios proposes Skyler: a single story city.

Ever imagine how how  the future  would be in half a century from now? food, architecture, energy and habitation. As more people move into cities and cities become ever denser, the frequency of towering structures become repeated ; to cope … Continue reading Factory Fifteen Studios proposes Skyler: a single story city.

Design chap Victor Jap throws creativity into a bristan workspace.

Latte art are all the rave , but little inspiration has gone into the  Interior Architecture for barista serve shops. This latest design project by the vietnamese architect , Victor. Who takes a spin at simplifying the interior work space , adding a bit of natural lighting and colors while leaving the function area largely unscaled by his reimagination. This design feature  a long labby area with the sole purpose of enriching the coffee taking experience. Large shuttles allow in sunlight with patches of green to blend the artificial with the natural setting. Display tray hold  printed vases indicating a … Continue reading Design chap Victor Jap throws creativity into a bristan workspace.

Simon Forgcas rethinks coffee table lighting with Mono lamps

Mono Lamp is a personal side project of Simon Forgács , an hungarian Ux designer . The  design of the lamp is inspired by TV test cards which sort to capture the essence of TV for the generation who grew up in the ‘80s & ‘90s. The beautiful wooden stand seen on these images was designed by Claus Jensen & Henrik Holbaek from Tools. Simon is available on social media ( Twitter : Facebook )  to connect and share some of his other project could be functional as an added lighting for late night work or just purely for its aesthetic value. Continue reading Simon Forgcas rethinks coffee table lighting with Mono lamps

Following the successful installation of Activity Based Working at their Global Headquarters in New York, CWa repurposed this mobile framework for the Austin office. The ABW method of working empowers users by supporting a variety of working styles. By relinquishing corner offices and cubicles, the working environment gains efficiency and allow for additional communal spaces such as the barista bar and plaza. Each of the four neighborhoods, or business groups, are equipped with the tools needed to support daily tasks.  This collaborative approach makes for a more creative and comfortable working environment, which will support GLG Austin in cultivating their learning … Continue reading

BAE imagines autonomous airplanes across the Uk

BAE Systems has announced that, as part of collaborative efforts across the UK to assess how autonomous air vehicles could be integrated into UK airspace, the company has begun a new phase of unmanned aircraft technology trials using a Jetstream 31 as a ‘flying testbed’ which flies itself whilst having pilots on board who could take control at any time. The trials are being conducted from the Company’s military aircraft engineering and manufacturing facility in Warton, Lancashire, UK. A pilot and co-pilot are in control for take-off and landing –   as it is yet to be fully autonomous but … Continue reading BAE imagines autonomous airplanes across the Uk