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Photography by Jack Lovel Australian modular design and prefabrication company Modscape, have added a modern extension to an old brick house that sits on a corner lot in Brunswick, Victoria. Peeking out from behind a brick wall, the extension features Colorbond Diversaclad in a ‘Night Sky’ color, with complementing black powder-coated double glazedRead More →

If you’ve never had the desire to disappear into the background then you’re either a very confident person or a verbally continent one. But for those of us wallflowers with our feet permanently in our mouths, photographer Brooke DiDonato’s As Usual series will have a particular resonance. Mixing the everydayRead More →

Life-sized sculptures of 84 men have been installed on top of ITV’s London HQ to call for improved suicide prevention services and bereavement support. Suicide is the biggest killer of men under 45, with 84 men taking their own lives in the UK each week. Read moreRead More →

core of architecture and art — CAA — reveals its latest concept project, ‘wandering in the clouds’, located in south korea. inspired by the taoist concept of ‘yi’, the project is illustrated as a metaphorical ‘cloud’, which surrounds the mystical mount yukyang in samcheok city. the design is stimulated by theRead More →

Artist Michael Pinsky’s upcoming installation at London’s Somerset House will see visitors breathe in the air pollution of five different cities. The piece comprises a series of geodesic domes whose air quality, smell and temperature accurately recreates that of London, Beijing, Sāo Paulo, New Delhi and Tautra, a remote peninsulaRead More →

ecal student ilseop yoon uses a corrugated structure to build a strong yet lightweight aluminum seat. influenced both from the world of architecture and fashion, the pleats chair combines a strong structure with beautiful aesthetics. the pleats chair the designer chose aluminum both for its rigidity and lightness but alsoRead More →

Designer Karl Toomey’s AI assistant Alice may be the worst PA in history. Karl’s latest artwork is his new website, which follows Alice’s stream of consciousness through a robotic voiceover and a string of subtitles on a yellow backdrop. Within the first two minutes of meeting her, she not onlyRead More →

virgil abloh’s latest art exhibition, ‘PAY PER VIEW’, does well to capture the designer’s hyper-meta approach to art and design, presenting a somewhat dystopian world inspired by mass communication and the logo boom of 20th century. currently on display at kaikai kiki gallery in tokyo, japan, the recently announced new menswear designerRead More →

from march 30 to june 10, 2018, the fondation cartier pour l’art contemporain presents freeing architecture, the first major solo exhibition devoted to the work of japanese designer and architect junya ishigami. an important and singular figure of japan’s young architecture scene, ishigami—winner of the golden lion award at the veniceRead More →

massimiliano and doriana fuksas, working alongside slovenian architect sandi pirš, have won a competition to design a structure that will soar to a total height of 111 meters (364 feet). located in koper, slovenia, the ‘capo grande tower’ will connect the region’s coastline to the mountainous terrain above. slightly inclinedRead More →

A little while back, there was a question posted to css-discuss: Is it possible to style the rows and columns of a [CSS] grid—the grid itself? I have an upcoming layout that uses what looks like a tic-tac-toe board—complete with the vertical and horizontal lines of said tic-tac-toe board—with text/iconRead More →

You’ve got an idea or perhaps some rough sketches, or you have a fully formed product nearing launch. Or maybe you’ve launched it already. Regardless of where you are in the product lifecycle, you know you need to get input from users. You have a few sound options to getRead More →

located in a rural area of the basque country, the 300-year-old ‘baserri’, a typical farmhouse for the local architecture, is divided into two dwellings, following the symmetrical axis. bilbao architecture team (BAT) intervenes in one of them maintaining the original identity of the house. BAT team mainly redesigned the day zone, where part ofRead More →

When I started working as a web developer in 2009, I spent most of my time crafting HTML/CSS layouts from design comps. My work was the final step of a linear process in which designers, clients, and other stakeholders made virtually all of the decisions. Whether I was working forRead More →

Over the last decade, web performance optimization has been controlled by one indisputable guideline: the best request is no request. A very humble rule, easy to interpret. Every network call for a resource eliminated improves performance. Every src attribute spared, every link element dropped. But everything has changed now thatRead More →

The last time we spoke to Johanna Walderdorff she had just moved to Leipzig to concentrate on her large-scale fantastical creations. Sine then, the German illustrator has been working nonstop. “I got commissioned for the first time shortly after the last article and I haven’t stopped working since. Last yearRead More →

from the exterior, this black cylinder appears looming and industrial, but on the inside waits a pleasant surprise. stepping through the gates, visitors are welcomed into an agora of books, a colosseum entirely white except for a ribbon shelf of reading material in an assortment of various colors. it surroundsRead More →

As I was reading John Maeda’s 2018 Design In Tech report (a must read), I was blown away by a quote about halfway through: “Surprisingly very few companies conduct qualitative user research. Early stage startups surveyed by Albert Lee/Dayna Grayson: 12%, Mid-stage: 32%, Late-stage: 46%.” Twelve percent! And less thanRead More →

Welcome to the second installment of the “Discovery on a Budget” series, in which we explore how to conduct effective discovery research when there is no existing data to comb through, no stakeholders to interview, and no slush fund to draw upon. In part 1 of this series, we discussedRead More →