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Luotuowan Pergola's undulating geodesic canopy has been made by LUO Studio from wooden beams salvaged during the renovation of Luotuowan village in China. Read more
the project plays with materiality between concrete, stone, wood, and greenery, using recycled or discarded items. The post PL interior design recycles materials to create hostel in taiwan appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
West Coast-based R&A Architecture + Design has fused two buildings on the national historic register in downtown Portland, Oregon, to create a new "house of welcome" for the city. Read more
An exhibition at Stockholm Design Week, called A Second Ago, sees 12 students examine some the most pressing issues of our time through made objects. Read more
the architect carefully studied the proportions of the arches and materiality used historically in sydney. The post koichi takada architects uses over 300,000 bricks to create ‘arc’ façade in sydney appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
With color gels, you can create a lot of interesting and vibrant portraits. It's a way for you to put your own spin on a traditional lighting setup and make images with powerful tones and moods. In the video below, photographer Daniel Norton shows how to create color shadows in your studio shots by mixing strobes with color gels and utilizing a single "clean" light. Why mix in a light witho
Architect Matthew Springett and educator Fiona MacDonald, who collaborate as Matt + Fiona, have worked with children with autism to design and build a sensory playground. Read more
A skinny house by STPMJ dominates its surroundings by stacking five tall floors onto a 100-square-metre plot in Seoul to create a "provocative" take on a family home. Read more
the new seven-storey 'vienna house mokotów' hotel is constructed using a reinforced concrete structure. The post JEMS architekci takes design cues from brutalism to create new hotel in warsaw appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
herpen takes inspiration from celestial maps with her latest collection, which she describes as an 'evolution of the human shape'.  The post iris van herpen uses laser cutting techniques to create 3D anamorphic couture appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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