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product|added Mar 08, 2017 0 rating 3.01 / 5  |  21849 votes

Tower House

 

The architect got attracted by in-between spaces created by the x shaped configuration rather than the shape itself. He placed living room, master bedroom, kitchen and small rooms one by one along the flow of house so that the in-between spaces formed among the rooms can work as an independent outdoor space for each space. Especially the in-between space of living room and master bedroom are oriented to the south in order to draw abundant sunlight into the space.

Designer: ON ARCHITECTURE INC. (Korea, South)

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product|added Mar 06, 2017 0 rating 3.01 / 5  |  26146 votes

Foscarini Illuminates The Armory Show

 

Last week, Foscarini collaborated with Hotel Americano to furnish two pop-up lounges at the Armory Show. Inspired by Enrique Norten’s Hotel Amerciano in nearby Chelsea, the VIP lounges featured some of Foscarini’s most iconic and artistic lamps over vibrant blue and yellow backdrops, as oppose to white walls commonly seen in galleries. As the lines blur between art and design, Foscarini’s sponsorship found a synergy with the show’s scope and audience.

Designer: Foscarini (Italy)
Manufacturer: Foscarini (Italy)

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product|added Mar 05, 2017 0 rating 3.01 / 5  |  23081 votes

Net_Work installation

 

Curated by Healoha Johnston, Kaili Chun and Hongtao Zhou created Net_Work installation at Honolulu Museum of Art to invite visitors to navigate through a weblike system in this participatory installation. The gallery space is connected and reorganized by abstract wall maps of global shipping, immigration, internet, air traffic and many others. It plays with ideas of agency and autonomy in a global economy, and foregrounds notions of self-empowerment within predetermined systems.

Designer: hongtao zhou (United States)
Inspired By: hawaii

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product|added Mar 04, 2017 0 rating 3.01 / 5  |  23761 votes

HALO table lamp

 

HALO is a table lamp created in collaboration with Christophe Genard, one of the last Belgian glass blowers. Its pronounced glass body emphasizes the circular fluorescent light positioned at its center — An element which is regularly designed to be hidden in most lamps. HALO’s geometric design is directly inspired by the standard light bulb; While being small enough to give off an impression of levitation.

Designer: Quentin de Coster (Belgium)
Manufacturer: L'Atelier du Val (Belgium)
Material: Glass
Colours: Grey, blue, pink
Dimension: W33 x H40 cm
Price: 590

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product|added Mar 03, 2017 0 rating 3.01 / 5  |  36501 votes

Matryoshka

 

Matryoshka is located in a residential area of four to five-story buildings, situated deep within Gangnam’s main street. The site is rectangular with pyramidal frame, tapering at the top due to setback regulations. A hard crust has been built here to make the internal space flexible. This crust becomes a structure which includes a boundary within a boundary, becoming smaller and overlapping at the to just like the Russian doll Matryoshka.

Designer: LEAU design (Korea, South)

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product|added Mar 02, 2017 0 rating 3.01 / 5  |  34655 votes

Volo

 

Volo is not just a led light but an original concept. Its lines and original shape is exclusive. Volo has been designed giving special attention to its soft curves and light effects. VOLO design follows the lines of the wings of a seagull in flight, making Volo a 24W power per wing a led fixture of modern times but in the same moment evocative.

Designer: Batmann (Italy)
Manufacturer: Micron Lighitng (Italy)
Inspired By: the wings of a seagull in flight
Material: Aluminium recyclable
Colours: white, anodized nickel, special colors upon request
Dimension: 1 meter 1 wave

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