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Green Heart Marina One Singapore-Architecture for Tropical Cities by ingenhoven architects Aedes Architecture Forum, 2017 Paperback, 124 pages While in Berlin last November, ingenhoven architects’ “Green Heart” was on display at the Aedes Architecture Forum. Although I didn’t make it to the exhibition, I did manage to get my hands on the catalogue about the amazing Marina One project in Singapore.
It’s been a little while since our last Netflix Recommendation, we have one for you now. It’s 40 minutes short documentary I watched last Sunday during a casual cold day in Canada.
Amazon has announced the list of 20 finalists in the running to become the new home city for their highly hyped second headquarters, known as HQ2. The tech company, based in Seattle, selected the finalists from more than 238 applications from cities located in Mexico, Canada and the United States, each hoping to raise their global profile and jump start their individual economies with the 50,000 new jobs the company says it would create.
11 Juan Miró / Miguel Rivera / Alejandro Ibarra / Norma Rodríguez Michael Hsu / Caty Padilla / Ángel Jiménez / Sergio Reza / Efrén Adán / Daniela Díaz / Esaú Munguía Text description provided by the architects. Ithualli House is a modern residence in Monterrey, Mexico that was raffled off in a nationwide lottery to raise money for college scholarships.
Since the age of 17-when she shot her first photograph, using a 35mm camera, of her mother at a bar in her hometown of Braddock, Pennsylvania- LaToya Ruby Frazier has been documenting the dignity, hope, and perseverance of working-class black life in the midst of crisis and decline.
Until someone finds a cure to Alzheimer’s and dementia, we’re all going to have to deal with its effects on those we love. Here’s just three items geared towards improving a patient’s quality of life when cognitive tasks become difficult.
Artist Shantell Martin describes her work as both spontaneous and algorithmic, and it’s this contradiction that I find really interesting. At first glance one might dismiss her marker drawings as childish doodles but allow her a moment to articulate her ideas and it’s clear her works aren’t simply naive fun; there’s a rich language in her line.
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Insurance company Aflac and health research company Sproutel unveiled a robot duck companion at this year’s CES, made for children going through cancer treatment. More than just a plush toy, the animated robot features a chest sensor with a chemotherapy…
There’s been quite a hoo-ha online about this week’s revelation that the new Formula 1 logo, unveiled last November at the Abu Dhabi grand prix, looks remarkably similar to that used by a 3M brand of, er, compression tights.
While the image of a working mother and wife doesn’t surprise anyone these days, back in the 1950’s it was an odd occurrence. Women more often than not tended to stay at home and look after the kids and the house.
boex’s reusable design means customers can rest at ease knowing their purchase is not contributing to global plastic pollution. boex’s reusable design means customers can rest at ease knowing their purchase is not contributing to global plastic pollution. the pair presents DELAKTIG, an aluminium platform inviting customers to create their own furniture solution.
German designer Jette Scheib found inspiration from childhood visits to the circus when it came time to design her recently launched Trapeze pendant for Swedish brand Oblure.
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The Guardian redesigned in print and online, we spoke to Pentagram partner Michael Bierut and research found young people want creative jobs – the news from the last seven days. Newsstands were awash with The Guardian’s new print newspaper this week, as the national ditched the classic Berliner format for tabloid.
Dmitry Bocharov is a talented photographer and filmmaker from Khabarovsk, Russia who currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California. Dmitry focuses on fashion, he shoots amazing beauty, glamour and editorial photography. Every woman have her own “white”. “White” – that makes her att
sou fujimoto and laisné roussel form part of a team led by lambert lénack, which has been selected to build ‘destination meridia’, a neighborhood in nice.
When digital meets physical anything can happen and Stokholm based duo Anny Wang & Tim Söderström managed to push their screen art into the real world “Transitional Speculation is Wang & Söderström’s first major exhibition in Stockholm and “is the first time where we have a platform whe
For some, reading a book is already a rewarding and indulging pastime. But throw in some puzzles and it’s a whole different mix of fun. The Codex Silenda is a 5-page book of puzzles laser-cut from real wood. But it’s not the simple kind.
Students and faculty at the University of Miami’s architecture school constructed a performance venue from a series of orange poles underneath the city’s Brickell MetroRail station. The temporary Brickell Stage was designed and erected by a group from the university, and hosted a range of free outdoor performances that included music, comedy and poetry.
There are some restaurants you frequent solely for the food, with no other expectations in mind, and some that offer a more engaging sensory experience. You wouldn’t expect candlelight and an impeccably suited maitre d’ at a place like Taco Bell, but the more avant-garde the cuisine – and …
Cape Town-based artist Leila Walter’s Monologue series of drawings expresses continuity between the lines and forms of cityscapes. The meditative detail of the 16 works, which document public spaces from various cities around the world, is an exercise in finding pause in the commonplace.
In November of 1964, Fact magazine, published by the controversial editor Ralph Ginzburg, ran a scathing criticism of Coca-Cola company. The cover of the issue neatly summarizes the basic thesis of the piece: No news to the health-conscious reader today (apart from that last point), but
Photographer Helena Georgiou captures subjects that are often overlooked as we all go about our everyday lives. Her impressive portfolio features many portraits of people that we’d probably pass on the road without another glance. Using vibrant colors and replicating patterns, these people-a few front and center, other obscured-are styled with their environment.
Lyon-based photographer Jordan Prot, captured the essence of his neighbourhood, la Part-Dieu, through the Maurice Ravel Auditorium in Lyon. This landmark of br
François Ollivier is an artist living in Montreal. In this series entitled “Frozen”, he attempts to recreate in images the special atmosphere of Quebec winters, reputed to be particularly harsh. The landscapes buried under the snow are surrounded by a pink halo which gives the photos an almost ominous poetry, but imbued with a cottoneous dream.
“You don’t have to do a 200-page graphic novel. You don’t have to imitate anyone you admire – they and their work already exist. Start from the bottom: short, weird, imperfect. It’s okay to draw bad comics. You have to let it go when the fail comes, you are probably no genius, but maybe you have something to say.
Polish studio mohi.to designed this sleek catalogue for Spectra Lightning, a company specializing in professional design and sale of lighting products. “Our task was to create a catalogue promoting and presenting the company. The catalogue reflects the brand’s values and aspirations, as well as promoting and positioning the company in the lighting market accordingly.
After British MP Andrea Leadsom called for the Royal Mail to issue a postage stamp commemorating Brexit, some people who are not entirely in favor of leaving the EU have posted their best efforts at a stamp design on Twi
Digital Arts 2017 may have been the year of adopting new visual trends – greenery, authenticity, Hygge for example – but our increased desire to seek solitude, worlds that are not our own and realism are all part of what’s expected in design, photography, fashion and homeware trends in 2018.
Pâtisserie Rhubarbe based in Montreal offers high quality pastries, cakes and confectionery as well as their own spreads and cereals.
Creative Agency: Foreign Policy Photos: Jovian Lim Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work Location: Singapore Gallery & Co is the of…
this is such a cheerful, almost kitschy kitchen, isn’t it? it definitely has those retro vibes with the pea-green backsplash tiles by Milagros, a Mexican tile shop on London’s fabulous Columbia Road and deVOL cabinets , peppered with vintage-inspired cooking accouterment adorning simple shaker shelving.
“Nina cookies come in three flavors: Blondies (vanilla), Chocolate Bliss (cacao and chocolate) and Lemon & Ginger, all made with organic integral sugar and free of: gluten, dairy, refined sugar, artificial additives, preservatives, colorants and hydrogenated fats.”
Fashion Photography by Kate Bellm. Category: Photography, Fashion. Photographer: Kate Bellm. Location: Berlin
Belgian graphic/web designer, author of Veerle’s blog and chief of the playground at Duoh! Loves soulful deep house music & riding her bicycle. Vive le vélo!
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