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Similar to Pixar's famous ability to turn cold machinery into warm and lovable characters, designer Tomáš Vacek, founder of Studio Vacek, has transformed the typical rod-like prosthetic leg into a muscly, body-friendly extension.
Today, concrete is the most widely used man-made material. We’re used to witnessing it’s form on massive architectural structures, such as the Hoover Dam.
Stockholm based design studio, FORM US WITH LOVE have teamed up with TID Watches once again for the shapely display of their new TID No.
“Rough Diamond Chandelier is a marriage of computer technology and hand-craftsmanship.” explains Jonathan Ben-Tovim, founder and creative director at Melbourne-based Ben-Tovim Design.
Melbourne-based Stylist and Art Director Marsha Golemac has teamed up with local blanket makers Kate & Kate for an undeniable arresting, yet politely restrained capsule collection of geometric and colorful blankets.
The form and function of some objects tend stay exactly the same, others evolve over time. While the functionality may see little change, the transformative power of an evolving object often tells a completely different story than its predecessor.
Snapshot: Need something that can disguise itself as a completely practical desk device while also being able to come to the rescue when you need an outlet for fun and/or procrastination?
Industrial Designers Dylan Davis and Jean Lee, founders of Seattle-based Ladies & Gentlemen Studio, are packing their bags and moving to New York City, just in time to put their Shape Up 5-Piece Chandelier on display at Sight Unseen OFFSITE this week.
Vancouver-based designers D Calen Knauf and Conrad Brown crossed paths while skateboarding in 2001, when they discovered a mutual appreciation for shapes, colors, textures and crafting.
Brandon Clifford and Wes McGee, founding designers of Boston-based Matter Design, are known best for a range of experimental projects which break conventional disciplinary notions of scale.
French Art Director Benjamin Guedj and Illustrator Benoit Challand have joined forces to design the branding assets for L'Accusé - Paris’ latest gourmet eatery in the First Arrondissement.
Snapshot: To make food as tasty to look at as it is to eat, designers Vasso Asfi and Loukas Angelou, the creative minds behind Studiolav, have created a set of solid wood stamps, bearing hounds tooth and tweed patterns, to give sweet pastries a small dose of style.
Snapshot: One of the more funkier moments of Salone del Mobile this week, was the debut of Israeli architect and designer Samuel Benshalom’s delightful conversation piece, Mad Horse Table.
What to expect at this years' Ventura Lambrate 2015 in Milan, Italy Six editions on and still going strong. Ventura Lambrate 2015 highlights the theme of Unite and Connect, one of Ventura Lambrate’s core values. This year's exhibition also sets the stage for crossovers between design and fields of science and social progress, material research and pioneering design–fashion/couture hybrids.
Snapshot: Oh, you’re still using normal batteries? Fortunately for you - and the environment - Yamaha wants to change the sharing and management of energy in sustainable ways.
Snapshot: Operating under the direction of Prof. Jürgen Huber at the University of Applied Sciences Berlin, student-designers Lisa-Marie Peters and Christian Pannicke were challenged to create a product with typographic reference for the Museum of Letters Berlin.
Snapshot: New York based designers Lauren Larson and Christian Swafford, the creative minds behind Material Lust have realized yet another functional sculpture.
Snapshot: Bang & Olufsen celebrate 90 years of craftsmanship and artistry with a new line of audio-visual electronics that brings us back to their beginnings in 1925.
"Our ancestors lived in the trees." Explained furniture designer Peter Opsvik when he first revealed his rather unusual Globe Garden chair in 1984.
Scotland born, Stockholm educated, craftsman extraordinaire David Taylor is a contemporary artisan who uses post-industrial waste and precious metals to create, and recreate, household objects such as candlesticks, lamps, and mirrors again - and again.