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Jonathan Millard An Atlas of Erasure

The project explores the fear of inevitable loss of meaning, memory and identity through an Alzheimer’s Respite Centre. Demanding regulations cross with poetic notions of memory to explore its relevance in Hackney Wick; a site threatened by change

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Carolos Mouchtaris The Algae Experiment

A speculative project exploring the possibilities of harvesting algae for fuel & showcasing the difficulties met along this journey. ___Exhibiting in the Creek Gallery @ Faversham, Kent UK. 5th-15th of January 2012.

mouchmouch

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2050:Fuel Cartridge

Year: 2050, the effects of climate change leave us with less land; both urban and agricultural. This project takes on mass car storage and algae cultivation for biofuels whilst providing humanity with year round fruit and veg.

mouchmouch

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Gossamery Barn by Adrian Yim

This project is interested in visceral or haptic tactility in the single family house mediated through more subtle interventions in architectural detailing.

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Paul Cureton Manchester Metropolitan University

'Rationalising the Isle of Haptics' After Diller & Scofidio’s ‘blur building’ (2002), Pencil.

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Oliviu Lugojan-Ghenciu Architectural Association

Heaven 2.0, born from Biosphere 2 and Hollywood's film sets.

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The Vader Project Auction

This past Saturday on July 10th, The Vader Project had an auction at Freeman’s Auction House in Philadelphia. Over 100 customized Darth Vader helmets were auctioned off at approximately $3,000 each.

MikeGusto

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Designers at work: Sasa Kovacevik

Sasa Kovacevik - fashion born of Serbian tradition, ethnography, anthropology and history

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Matthew Williamson’s new exclusive bridal collection

Awesome fashion photography by Billy Balard for Fashion designer Matthew Williamson’s new exclusive bridal collection

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Melting People by Nele Azevedo

Nele Azevedo has been setting up thousands of these Melting Men all around the world. The sculptures are made out of ice and set up in public city centers to generate maximum traffic and create awareness about her cause on sustainability

ecee

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Steel Staircase designed by HSH Architekti

Suspended Solid Steel Staircase Seems to Float on Air

icbarros

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Industrial design by Christian Vivanco

The Grass Is Always Greener on The Other Side of the Fence.Industrial designer Christian Vivanco has designed a sofa that resembles a picket fence surrounding a lawn.

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Cactus Chair by Deger Cengiz

A provocative new design from Deger Cengiz, Cactus Chair examines how visual data affects the users experience.

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Inspiring illustration by Minjae Lee

...a young South Korean artist whose work expresses a semi-disturbing inner tension that is tough to ignore, even if you feel that you’d like to.

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Ironbank in NZ

Iron­bank, the new steel-clad com­mer­cial build­ing on Auckland’s K’ Road

Mike B

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“Colour-in” dress

A wearable coloring book, created by Berber Soepboer and Michiel Schuurman. 

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Eatable high fashion by Fulvio Bonavia

What can fruits and vegetables trigger in your mind related to fashion?

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Feeling Cheeky?

Cats, wolves, butts and beer… and Lady­hawke… and T-shirts for Haiti. The illustrated world of Sarah Larnach.

Mike B

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Modern Opera

Cafe culture - a refurbished cafe forms part of an opera house precinct.

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Joris Spiertz ‘Stoel’ Chair

Netherlands designer Joris Spiertz has created an industrial-minimalist piece titled ‘Stoel’.

MikeGusto

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The Lotus

The Lotus' in Hanoi was inspired by the lotus bud, a homage to centuries of Vietnam culture and history.

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Plastiquarium

Plastiquarium is recycled plastic art by artist David Edgar. Make from used detergent bottles and other recycled plastics, Plastiquarium is a collection of strange marine creatures.

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‘Typography For The Modern Gentleman’

Jackson Cook’s ‘Typography for the Modern Gentleman,’

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Heatherwick Studio Blue Carpet

'Consisting of blue glass from recycled Harvey's Bristol Cream bottles set in white resin', Blue Carpet by Heatherwick Studio won the design competition in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK for the city's first new public square.

atelier29

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Cody Stonerock ‘Kurven’ Chair

Taking his inspiration from the nautical world, designer Cody Stonerock has created the beautiful ‘Kurven’ Chair.

MikeGusto

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Earth Hour 2010

Amazing Earth Hour 2010 photos from around the world!

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Museo del Agua

Museo del Agua in Palencia, Spain by MID Estudio

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Braille-Inspired

The Braille system is one of design's most ingenious feats. Today, designers are using it to bring more ease and joy into the lives of blind people in everything from mundanity to playtime.

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Nesnel Ofis ‘Shoe Rack’

Nensel Ofis has envisioned a portable problem solver, the perfect shoe rack. Though still a concept, this product promises to be a collapsible, stack-able, and space saving invention.

MikeGusto

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Fashionary

The first designers' sketchbook

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Plantoon ‘Kunsthalle’

Consisting of 28 cargo containers Plantoon has transformed these building blocks into a haven for a creative subculture

MikeGusto

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