Apartment House, Gradaska (Friday, March 30, 2007)
The Apartment House in Ljubljana presents an innovative facade, treated as an interface between the interiors and the surrounding context as well as their varied characteristics.
High and Low Living (Wednesday, March 28, 2007)
Merging eastern and western traditions, High and Low Living brings together varied styles of sitting in a single piece of furniture.
Remembrance (Monday, March 26, 2007)
The humble straw is bound together to achieve dramatic effects in this highly creative installation by designer Tokujin Yoshioka
John Pawson Works (Sunday, March 25, 2007)
John Pawson is one of the foremost proponents of Minimalism in architecture and design. The incisive text, with specially commissioned pictures, explores Pawson's design process, working methods and philosophical approach, and illuminates the emotional and artistic content of his work.
Kloud Chair (Friday, March 23, 2007)
Designer Karim Rashid takes inspiration from the fluid and soft forms found in nature to arrive at the simple yet sensuous Kloud Chair.
Casa do Cristo (Wednesday, March 21, 2007)
Framed by a small plot within the expanse of its agricultural surround, the Casa do Cristo allows its context to dictate its organization and resultant form.
Poggibonsi (Monday, March 19, 2007)
Clean lines and subtle colors mark this storage system that finds application in a variety of environments.
Atelier Haussmann (Monday, March 19, 2007)
Profile of the German design studio Atelier Haussmann, founded by the Hussmann brothers -- Rainer and Andreas.
Rumah Bangka (Friday, March 16, 2007)
Indonesian architect Raul Renanda adopts from the vernacular in his designs for the Rumah Bangka, creating in its wake not just an interesting architectural vocabulary but a sound branding for the project.
desainrenanda (Friday, March 16, 2007)
Profile of the Indonesian design firm desainrenanda, founded by Raul Renanda.
newGROWTH (Wednesday, March 14, 2007)
Responding to the dimensions and lighting requirements on site, the newGROWTH range of chandeliers and wall scones take on array of innovative and unique sculptural forms.
C P Lighting (Wednesday, March 14, 2007)
Profile of the American product design studio C P Lighting.
Eindhoven Airport Terminal (Monday, March 12, 2007)
In a nod to Barnett Newman's painting -- Who's Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue -- the Eindhoven Airport Terminal adopts the primary colors to aid its fun.
M+R interior architects (Monday, March 12, 2007)
Profile of the young Dutch design firm M+R interior architects.
Pocket Watch - Alarm Clock (Friday, March 09, 2007)
A simple case transforms the portable pocket watch into a static alarm clock in this design by Studioroom906 that adds new value to it while allowing for an ease of storage.
Studioroom906 (Friday, March 09, 2007)
Profile of Studioroom906, Eindhoven, Netherlands
Ice Box Pavilion (Wednesday, March 07, 2007)
Architect Roberto Navarrini's design for the Ice Box Pavilion adopts a simple yet bold visual language to translate it into an 'architectural hinge' in the northern region of Veneto, Italy
n_navarriniarchitetti (Wednesday, March 07, 2007)
Profile of the Italian architecture office n_navarriniarchitetti
X-07 Wolf (Monday, March 05, 2007)
Responding to its context and establishing a dialogue with it leads the X-07 Wolf apartment building to adopt contrasting vocabularies on its northern and southern facades -- an aspect that emerges characteristic of its design.
X-TERN Architects + Urban Planners (Monday, March 05, 2007)
X-TERN Architects + Urban Planners, based in Merano, Italy, was founded in 2001 by Salvo Di Silvestro, Marco de fonzo and Giorgio Gottardi in order to research the fields of architecture, urban planning, graphic design, web design and visual communication.
Pane Chair (Friday, March 02, 2007)
Designer Tokujin Yoshioka redefines the experience of sitting with the Pane Chair which adopts refreshingly new material and structural configurations.
Tokujin Yoshioka Design (Friday, March 02, 2007)
Winner of many awards, Tokujin Yoshioka has his works as permanent collections of the MoMA, Center Pompidou, Vitra Design Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
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