The microporous structure of the fired ceramic at a relatively low temperature allows the water to infiltrate through the wall of the object.
.exnovo: the new lighting design collections in professional 3D printing at Maison et Objet 2015
Parabola Chair Wins Red Dot and Good Design Awards and Launches Kickstarter Campaign
Dutch museum links Studio Drift to Vincent van Gogh
HWKN DESIGNED YOTEL COMING TO BROOKLYN
Two boomerang shapes with pitched roofs combined with a shared common zone covered with a flat roof create the building’s spatial expression.
The roof of the hall, fully clad with stainless steel, gives rise to building’s iconic character and points to the heart of the city.
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Unveils Designs for Campus Redevelopment, with more than 70 Percent of Funding Goal Secured
Peeling away one sticker each day reveals the gradational changing of the seasons as each fades into the next.
Cut Paw Paw is a structure that is deliberately incomplete. It is both a new building and an old ruin. It is both garden and home.
LUMINOSE prototype was introduced at Budapest Design Week in October 2014
Nelson Garrido has sent us his photographs of Sublime Comporta – Country House and Restaurant.
Beautiful pieces of Chocolate Art of distinctive textures create different tastes.
A stylish bar, fit for a lavish cocktail party before being recycled, has been produced by British design studio, Flow Creation using luxury papers from British manufacturer, James Cropper
The house could only be one storey tall so a partially underground parterre floor which acts as the building’s base was formed accommodating children’s rooms.
Lifting the main exhibition space allows the public and the museum program to float freely underneath creating a connection between the urban fabric and water.
The purpose of this wooden Egg is to create a void, to unveil a new dimension and through it potentiate mystery emphasised through Nelson Garrido’s photography.
SPARK’s entry to a competition held this year under the framework of the Liget Budapest project.
The Museum is open to the public for the first time following restoration and now connected to the adjacent Pinacoteca Civica to create a major museum complex.
Four thick stone walls, the remaining elements of an ancient rural house, enclose a wooden frame that explores the full height of the interior.