Easy Printed Vinyl Lamp

Stars, wherever you are Desk/table lamp, lets you enjoy the stars any time Perforated fabric shade is lined with clear vinyl A ThinkGeek / GameStop exclusive Read more... Stars wherever you are The stars, twinkling in the firmament, are sublime. Source: Home & Office : Constellation Lamp

Joshua Vides Installs Black & White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas

Following its major acquisition of Damien Hirst’s gigantic Demon with Bowl sculpture, Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas has now enlisted Joshua Vides to create an immersive installation entitled Til Death Do Us Part inside its Pearl Concert Theater. Source: Joshua Vides Installs Black & White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas

Create Baseline Grids on the Web Using Sassline

  A major part of online content is text-based, but people won't be interested in reading the text on your site unless the typography is well designed. You might work with custom frameworks but those can feel restrictive. Instead try Sassline, a free Sass-based library for creating perfect gridlines on the web. Source: Create Baseline … Continue reading Create Baseline Grids on the Web Using Sassline

Streets: Aaron Li-Hill (Kiev)

Painted with the support of Sky Art Foundation and Mural Social Club, this latest mural from Aaron Li-Hill ( interviewed ) is entitled The Impact Of Discovery. Featuring some of the American artist's signature motion-inspired imagery, the piece put up on the side of the Cultural Center of Ukraine’s largest science and technical school ( … Continue reading Streets: Aaron Li-Hill (Kiev)

Ring / Life Style Koubou

The premises are easily accessible and fairly wide, located in a category 1 medium- and high-rise exclusive residential district, and have a busy road, albeit one-way, right in front and tall apartment buildings on both sides. Source: Ring / Life Style Koubou

braille neue typeface by kosuke takahashi wins one for information-equality

Braille type is often included as alongside conventional letters, but “Braille Neue” typesets blend both visible and tangible characters in the same space, creating hybrid alphabets that anyone can read. Source: Touchable Typeface: Ingenious Fonts Combine Visual & Braille Characters

Grunge Peeling Wall

Grunge Peeling Wall Texture More textures from category Copyright © 2009-2018 FreeStockTextures.com Source: Grunge Peeling Wall

the building centre in london reveals hidden stories of subterranean architecture

the built environment trust investigates subterranean architecture at the building centre galleries in central london. welcome to the underworld shows how and why we build underground, sharing stories of epic engineering, playful design and humanity-saving structures. underground construction offers rich opportunities and unique challenges. Source: the building centre in london reveals hidden stories of subterranean architecture

Interrobang: How this handy punctuation mark fell out of style

It’s no secret that the internet has revolutionised how we communicate. We can have face-to-face chats with people across the globe for free, condense our speech into quick acronyms and emojis, and expose our genitalia to strangers without so much as a polite “hello” first. Source: Interrobang: How this handy punctuation mark fell out of … Continue reading Interrobang: How this handy punctuation mark fell out of style

ANA / Christian Groß architecture

Situated on Ottobeurer street in the municipality of Ungerhausen, Lower Allgäu, the residential house, built at a cost of €178,000 is located near the centre of the village. Because no local land development plan exists for the site, construction standards were taken from Paragraph 34 of the Building Code. Source: ANA / Christian Groß architecture

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Interview: Lucy Marczyk

Lucy Marczyk is no stranger at est. Associate & Senior Interior Designer of Nexus Designs, we’ve been lucky to have Lucy’s influence grace the pages of our magazine, pass on her travel tips from the city that never sleeps and forecast trends in Milan. Source: Interview: Lucy Marczyk

Bill Cunningham Was So Alive

I loved him without knowing how to love him. If you think of love as an activity—a purposeful, shared exchange—what could anyone who was lucky enough to be acquainted with Bill Cunningham, the late, legendary Times “On the Street” and “Evening Hours” style photographer, writer, former milliner, and all-around genial fashion genius, really offer him … Continue reading Bill Cunningham Was So Alive

Top stories of the week: design love from Bangkok, hide and seek architecture and a new hotel chapter

With architecture and construction firmly in the spotlight, Hotel Designs has witnessed another jam-packed week full of interesting stories that highlight our love in design and architecture. Breaking down these headlines is editor Hamish Kilburn…  New York, New York! Source: Top stories of the week: design love from Bangkok, hide and seek architecture and a … Continue reading Top stories of the week: design love from Bangkok, hide and seek architecture and a new hotel chapter

Descending Rust World by Pat Presley

A little tightening up of an older piece by our friend Pat Presley. Keywords: digital technical concept spaceship art illustration painting design by Pat Presley Source: Descending Rust World by Pat Presley

“Les Fuseaux“ Cultural Center / ANMA

Sitting at the edge of an industrial zone, Saint-Dizier’s new arts centre occupies a complex site close to a roundabout fed by several busy roads. Despite slotting discreetly into a generally undistinguished environment, the building serves as a notable defining element marking the town’s threshold. Source: “Les Fuseaux“ Cultural Center / ANMA

Peter Dunham for Kips Bay Show House

  It was raining when I visited the Kips Bay Show House in Palm Beach and Peter Dunham's room looked like the perfect place for rainy day activities. The Los Angeles based designer upholstered the walls in his Collage fabric from Peter Dunham Textiles, upholstered the sofa in his Souk fabric, and grounded the room … Continue reading Peter Dunham for Kips Bay Show House

IKEA supports marginalised women in India with handmade homeware collection

Banana-fibre baskets and handwoven textiles feature in IKEA 's seventh Innehållsrik collection, made in collaboration with small-scale producers in India. The indigo-themed Innehållsrik collection is spearheaded by the Swedish brand's IKEA Social Entrepreneurs initiative – a programme set up in 2013 to establish long-term partnerships with social enterprises that help marginalised people all around the … Continue reading IKEA supports marginalised women in India with handmade homeware collection

Michelob Ultra and the Big Quiet Want to Soothe Your SXSW With a Sunset Meditation

With so much to do and see, South by Southwest can be a frenzied festival. So Michelob Ultra wants to help attendees who may be experiencing sensory overload. The beer brand is hosting a sunset meditation, in partnership with mass-meditation movement the Big Quiet, on Sunday, March 10. Source: Michelob Ultra and the Big Quiet … Continue reading Michelob Ultra and the Big Quiet Want to Soothe Your SXSW With a Sunset Meditation

“I like to work on projects that have an aspect of reality”: Richard Dowker’s pink-toned photography

“I am drawn to the regular or unconventional, don’t get me wrong beautiful people are beautiful, but life isn’t always beautiful,” says London-based photographer Richard Dowker. Originally from a village in Cumbria, Richard moved to London at the age of 19 to study photography at Middlesex University. Source: “I like to work on projects that … Continue reading “I like to work on projects that have an aspect of reality”: Richard Dowker’s pink-toned photography