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In this TED talk, President of the Rhode Island School of Design, John Maeda, shares a lifetime of work in art, design, and technology, concluding with a picture of creative leadership in the future. Courtesy of TED Talks … Read more
Apartments are getting smaller and smaller. To combat this ever shrinking urban dilemma, a company called ORI is building modular, movable and totally automatic furniture for people who live in cramped quarters. Watch this video … Read more
Hella Jongerius has designed chairs in three shades of white, but her exhibition at the Design Museum, London, is another story. The commissioned installations in “Breathing Colour by Hella Jongerius,” through September 24, combine unusual materials and shapes with the designer’s 15 years of research into metamerism, the phenomenon in which colors seem to match, because of how they reflect different light wavelengths, but don’t actually.
Article Courtesy of Huffington Post and Architectural Digest Jun 05, 2017 The natural balance of a floral bloom lends itself perfectly to structural composition. For Architectural Digest, by Eric Allen From Shakespeare to Georgia O’Keeffe, … Read more
On the bailang river bridge in the city of weifang, in the shandong province of china, stands a mighty installation that takes the title of ‘world’s largest spokeless ferris wheel.’ the ride, which goes by the … Read more