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Dae-hoo Kim shared this beautiful industrial design project for a wall clock titled the Color of Time. The concept of time is like a numerical representation of a moment.
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While some design trends can stand the test of time, many wind up as nothing more than passing fads. However, ask any interior designer if there’s a “dated” decor look that they’re a still a fan of, and chances are they’ll have at least one solid example because even though the internet at large can tell you something is passé, you’re still completely entitled to love it.
It’s December so posts here are pretty slim. Soon I’ll be adding a post with some of my favorite things — books, buildings, exhibitions — from 2017, but in the meantime, here’s a link to the Year in Review I did at World-Architects.
About (Est. 2017) ” People live, work and move more and more within the Mälardal region, and billion are invested in more traffic, new trains and new trains. In order to enable more people to commute and use this bet from October 1, 2017 a new commuter ticket under the name Movingo.
There’s nothing harder to bear than a child who is sick. They’re confused, scared, and in pain. And a trip to the hospital only makes things scarier. What if there was a better way? That’s the promise of Alder Play.
There’s nothing quite like sharing a meal with your favorite humans, especially one that’s prepared at home with love. Whether you’re buying for a home chef, budding bartender, an enthusiastic eater or all three, a gift that revolves around food and drink can be foolproof.
My neighborhood borders the neighborhoods known as Little Italy and Chinatown. Despite a few holdouts, the former community has largely departed, displaced by the latter community. A striking and somewhat heartbreaking sociological difference can be seen in the local supermarkets. Whenever I see an elderly, local Caucasian woman in
Furniture continues to be a popular topic with Core77 readers, and here are ten of the standout pieces and stories we saw this year. First off, some nuts-and-bolts stuff, that doesn’t actually require any nuts and bolts. We covered how Ikea’s new joinery system is advancing the design of the
At the beginning of the year, artist Isabelle Staub has already impressed us all with her take on the character designs of famous Disney princesses. Now she is back with more animated characters recreated in her own unique style that brings new life to the well-known faces.
martijn koomen and tadas maksimovas designed and built a fully-functional fixed-gear bike in tribute to an enigmatic, mathematical constant. martijn koomen and tadas maksimovas designed and built a fully-functional fixed-gear bike in tribute to an enigmatic, mathematical constant. are you knowledgeable about architecture? passionate about writing?
Paul Revere Pottery, works by the Saturday Evening Girls, 1926. Ceramic. USA. Via Goldstein Design Museum. “The Paul Revere pottery was one of the important art potteries of the Boston area in the…
We toured the globe in 2017 to check out the best modern design at various events, fairs, and shows to bring you the latest and greatest.
For his Christmas In Yemen project, the street artist Igor Dobrowolski mixes Christmas photos with images of the humanitarian crisis in Yemen, to remind us that these children are living a real hell.
wilson architects, in association with clarke and prince architects, designed a new australian institute of tropical health and medicine on thursday island.
the scenery pavilion designed by the danish dual studio is situated in the garden of gl. holtegaard art gallery in the northern outskirts of copenhagen.
Continuing our review of the year, architecture editor Jessica Mairs looks at the themes that dominated construction in 2017, from outlandish shipping container designs and fantasy skyscraper concepts, to the demise of brutalist housing stock. Plant-covered buildings sprouted up everywhere We published more proposals for plant-covered buildings this year than ever before.
Millennial pink was introduced to the world slowly, and then all at once. This dusty, muted version of a classic hue has taken the world by storm – that is, the fashion and interior decorating world. No longer just reserved for a little girl’s room or play area, this new “it” color is being treated as …
by habituallychic Traditional design often gets a bad rap but in the right hands, it can look fresh instead of fuddy duddy. The clients who hired interior designer Miles Redd and architect Gil Schafer to design their San Francisco home actually suggested the look and had Pinterest boards to help convey their vision.
While a good designer should never shy away from color, there is something to be said for a neutral color scheme. The right earth tones can create an almost spa-like atmosphere that exudes relaxation and lets both residents and guests feel safe and comfortable.
Projects by Copenhagen-based research and graphic design studio Alexis Mark are centred around concept with context. Each of piece of work, from publications to exhibition design, identities, typefaces and even more, merge the boundaries between art, design and culture, “driven by a particular interest in the concepts of language and mediation as an artistic practice and in an interdisciplinary context,” the studio tell It’s Nice That.
I first came across Anne Wagoner, a talented interior designer based in Raleigh, North Carolina on Instagram about a year ago. I instantly identified with her refined, traditional, and pretty aesthetic. Anne believes in feminine details, the power of a beautiful chandelier, a perfectly executed drape, and a stunning wallpaper.
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Jocelyn Proust has been busy participating in the annual Four Corners Art Collective #adventcalendarart daily Instagram challenge this month. It is the third year this challenge has taken place and Jocelyn has licensed a number of the designs created in previous years for calendars, fabric and stationery.
Simon is a Sydney based digital designer. He is the Director of a boutique digital design studio, Bailey Street Design located in the vibrant inner west suburb of Newtown. Simon studied graphic design at Shillington College and specialises in web design for small and medium size businesses. Simon and his team (Toby the studio dog) are passionate about visual communication in the digital environment