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Continuing our series celebrating Palm Springs Modernism Week, we're examining Hope Residence, the home that American architect John Lautner designed for comedian Bob Hope to resemble a volcano. Read more
our eyes can't see these waves on our own.The post emilio chapela programs robot to paint white noise — 1% of the big bang appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Scientists believe that a newly developed electronic skin that is able to mimic the function and properties of human skin could help to create prosthetics capable of providing sensory feedback. Read more
devastated by fire, norm architects has restored a historic villa in copenhagen, with minimalist interiors that are flooded with natural daylight.The post norm architects restores poul henningsen’s former summerhouse appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
couples can see 'window to the heart' in person until february 28, 2018.The post arandalasch + marcelo coelho install the world’s largest fresnel lens at times square appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
A dilapidated building, once used an embassy for Mexico, was the venue where new Japanese furniture producer Ariake showcased its inaugural collection during Stockholm Design Week 2018. Read more
the idea is to connect the surrounding woods with parks within the site that are conceived as layered fields, taking inspiration from chinese rice fields.The post peter pichler’s curve-shaped development blends in with layered landscape of taiping appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
'alquimia' features a mix of disciplines from different workshops that transform ordinary objects into unique pieces, shaped by the hands of master makers.The post furniture on fire: EWE studio sculpts contemporary objects using centuries-old techniques appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
A 1910s barge, fitted out by Le Corbusier to be a homeless shelter for the Salvation Army, has sank during flooding of the Seine river in Paris. Read more
the copper tube pathways were composed by the architect so that each one would have its own music.The post shaker-inspired copper framework creates musical score in this parisian studio appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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